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Art

At the museums

By Times Staff Writer
Published February 17, 2005


University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum - Through Feb. 26, "Alex Katz," drawings, paintings and artist's books by a leading contemporary painter.

Florida International Museum, St. Petersburg - Through June 5, "A Century of Jewelry and Gems, 1785-1885, from the Collection of Nancy and Gilbert Levine."

Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg - Through April 24, "Monet's London: Artists' Reflections on the Thames, 1859-1914."

Tampa Museum of Art - Through April 3, "Signs & Symbols: African-American Quilts" and "The New York Yankees and the American Dream."

Gulf Coast Museum of Art, Largo - Through Sun., "Florida Focus: Tampa Bay," featuring 12 important regional artists, curated by Mark Ormond.

Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Tarpon Springs - Through March 6, "One View/Two Visions: Plein Air Paintings by Josette Orso and Peter Schroth."

John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota - Through April 10, photographs by Ansel Adams and Clyde Butcher.

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