Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Tampa Bay History Center Opens 'Living History'

Begining May 14th,  the History Center welcomes Living History, an exhibition of Alberto de Lama’s paintings and drawings of today’s Tampa.

The exhibition will feature more than 60 landscapes and portraits depicting the eclectic architecture, places, events and people that define contemporary Tampa.

Born in Havana, Cuba, Alberto de Lama is a master realist painter who has lived in Tampa since 1982. De Lama’s Tampa scenes and portraits capture the character of our city. His work features Gasparilla pirates, craftsmen bungalows and the Port of Tampa.

Read Tampa Tribune columnist Steve Otto's review of the exhibtion.

Alberto de Lama’s Living History, will remain in the History Center’s Third Floor Gallery through June 27th and is included with regular admission to the History Center.

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