A Celebration of Art and Music

Art exhibit featuring Hannah Loesser and her father, Broadway lyricist/composer, Frank Loesser and gallery artists

"A Celebration of Art and Music" is an art exhibit presented in conjunction with a concert at the Hollywood Blvd. Theatre. The art exhibit inlcudes paintings and drawings by Hannah Loesser, her father Broadway lyricist/composer Frank Loesser, William Bock, and sculpture by Jerome Collins and Gar Waterman.

The concert: "Frank Loesser: Music and Lyrics with Jo Sullivan Loesser" is presented by The Hollywood Boulevard Theatre, 1938 Hollywood Blvd., October 14 - October 19. For concert tickets please call the Theatre at 954-929-5400. Tickets are not required for the art exhibit.

Exhibit at Bock Gallery

1904A Hollywood Blvd, Downtown Hollywood, FL  33020
Contact: William or Christy Bock at 954-922-5933

October 14 - November 15, 1997

Opening Reception with Broadway's Jo Sullivan Loesser and the artists:
Saturday, October 18th from 7:00 - 9:00pm following a special theatre performance at 5:00pm.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

About the Artists

For more information on Hannah Loessor see her portfolio on this web site

Born in Chicago, painter William Bock began his professional career studying at Indiana University. In 1981 he graduated and pursued an apprenticeship at the Johnson Atelier Technical Institute and School of Sculpture in New Jersey. He then entered graduate school at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where he taught art classes to undergraduates. He obtained his Masters of Fine Arts degree in 1987. For the years following, he was influenced by the ocean and sea shells, which are recurring themes in his art. In 1994 he moved to Florida to open his own art gallery and studio.

Bock's paintings have been exhibited extensively throughout the country and is included in numerous prominent collections. He has also furthered his career with interior murals. His impressive mural portfolio includes a French bistro in Boca Raton as well as 2 private residences in Golden Beach.

Bock possesses an innovative style that revolves around his love of nature and his respect for the sea. In the forthcoming exhibit, William Bock will show works that feature seascapes, shells, and figures.


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