About Hibiscus Gallery
The Hibiscus Gallery is located inside Pinecrest Gardens, South Florida’s Cultural Arts Park, which features over 1,000 varieties of rare and exotic tropical plants and palm trees in a native tropical hardwood and cypress setting. The garden’s dramatic landscape enhanced with natural streams, caves, and fissures provides the stage for its historically designated structures and buildings.
Hibiscus Gallery serves as the exhibition space for the garden’s resident artist Xavier Cortada. The main gallery space (official venue for Cortada Projects) presents the artist’s participatory art projects. Cortada also exhibits his individual works in his studio (at the historic Whilden-Carrier Cottage onsite) and in site-specific installations in the Colonnade and across the garden.
Hibiscus Gallery aims to use the art displayed on its walls and across the garden to help viewers discover new ways of seeing. Inspiring them to better appreciate their connection to each other and the natural world, the gallery hopes to grow a cadre of engaged citizens who will do their part to better understand, protect and live in tune with nature.
The gallery also displays Xavier Cortada’s signed, numbered, limited edition prints that are available to the public onsite and online. Proceeds from Hibiscus Gallery sales benefit Cortada Projects!
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