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Deck the halls… "The Sincerity Project" makes a case for the comfort of home in Studio 18's foyer

The centerpiece of exhibit "The Sincerity Project: Home" was a 20-foot-long wooden house at Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines. The house was constructed from 18 wooden panels painted by Miami's David "Lebo" Le Batard, Weston's Ruben Ubiera, Fort Lauderdale's Henning Haupt and other professional artists. Nearby gallery walls carry artistic interpretations of the same works by members of the special-needs community. Sales from the exhibit benefit the Children's Harbor.

This Friday, the studio will open its new exhibit "Heightened Senses," where seven artists will explore individual themes such as reflections, juxtaposition, perspective and more. The July 18 opening will include multiple sensory audience participation.

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