A new exhibit at the Lowe Art Museum featuring the handcrafted, meticulously detailed installation models as well as gizmos, toys and games of Walter Wick is set to open with a free reception June 22. The award-winning author and photographic illustrator of ‘Can You See What I See?’ and co-creator of the famed ‘I Spy’ books will speak at the event.
A new exhibit at the Lowe Art Museum featuring the handcrafted, meticulously detailed installation models as well as gizmos, toys and games of Walter Wick is set to open with a free reception June 22. The award-winning author and photographic illustrator of ‘Can You See What I See?’ and co-creator of the famed ‘I Spy’ books will speak at the event. Photo provided by the Lowe Art Museum
A new exhibit at the Lowe Art Museum featuring the handcrafted, meticulously detailed installation models as well as gizmos, toys and games of Walter Wick is set to open with a free reception June 22. The award-winning author and photographic illustrator of ‘Can You See What I See?’ and co-creator of the famed ‘I Spy’ books will speak at the event. Photo provided by the Lowe Art Museum

Author-illustrator Walter Wick to present show at Lowe Art Museum in Coral Gables

June 14, 2017 4:38 PM

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