Valeria Yamamoto’s Art is an Integral Part of the New Intracoastal Parks in Sunny Isles Beach

On Friday, April 25, 2014 the City of Sunny Isles Beach officially opens Intracoastal Parks at the South end of the City. The linear parks, located from 160 to 161 Streets along Collins Avenue, overlook a beautiful waterway and include walking paths, play areas, benches and tables, along with artwork by Valeria Yamamoto.

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Converge by Valeria Yamamoto

Sunny Isles Beach, Florida (PRWEB) April 24, 2014

On Friday, April 25, 2014 the City of Sunny Isles Beach officially opens Intracoastal Parks at the South end of the City. The linear parks, located from 160 to 161 Streets along Collins Avenue, overlook a beautiful waterway and include walking paths, play areas, benches and tables, along with artwork by Valeria Yamamoto.

Valeria Yamamoto is a Japanese-Argentinean artist, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is trained in graphic design and furthered her education in sculpture, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Florida International University. Her abstract work reminds viewers of both the plant and animal kingdoms. Pieces of her work have been chosen to appear in exhibitions across the country.

Two pieces, Rain and Seawhisper, are installed in the northern park. This part of the Intracoastal Parks is dedicated to the Alex A. Koslovsky Family. The southern park, dedicated to the Steiger Family, contains a sculpture named Converge. Both sections of the park offer relaxing natural vistas in addition to the inspired artwork created by Yamamoto.

For questions about events or programs offered by the City of Sunny Isles Beach, please check out the listings on sibfl.net or contact the Cultural & Community Services Department at 305.792.1706.


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