FAU Thanks Donors Of Contemporary Fine Art

William Miller, dean of FAU Libraries, with Drs. Joan Rosmarin Chodorkoff and Bernard Chodorkoff and FAU President Mary Jane Saunders.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Since BocaNewsNow.com doesn’t have a style section, and it is approaching a laid-back South Florida weekend, we are happy to pass on a few photos and information from our friends at Florida Atlantic University. The FAU Libraries recently

FAU Provost and Chief Academic Officer Brenda J. Claiborne; with FAU President Mary Jane Saunders; Marny Glasser; Judith Weiner and Dr. Howard Weiner.

honored Drs. Joan Rosmarin Chodorkoff and Bernard Chodorkoff for donating their eclectic mix of contemporary fine art, including glass, fiber, ceramics, painting, sculptures and prints to the Wimberly Library. Bernard Chodorkoff is a retired psychoanalyst/psychiatrist and his wife is a retired clinical psychologist. Seventy-five guests attended the reception hosted during the exhibition “Conceptual Narrative: Mixed Media from the Chodorkoff Collection,” which featured many of the 120 pieces of art in the collection. A permanent display of pieces from the collection will remain in the library’s atrium lobby.

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