Sculptor Norman Gitzen and filmmaker Monica Kallas in front of Norman's Siren sculpture.
A short film about local sculptor and environmentalist Norman Gitzen is coming to the Lake Worth Playhouse's 5th Annual L-Dub Film Festival this weekend, January 9 - 11th.
is well-known for his
Siren (mermaid) sculpture and many other of his
metal and wood sculptures.
This story follows Norman
to a South Florida beach to help rescue turtles, onto his
roof with honey bees and to discussions around his
pond at Casa Capricorn about Monarch butterflies, Monsanto
and the importance of green environments.
also discusses his
art and the meaning of his
Vanishing Species Series.
says, "We have got to change our ways or your children are not going to see these creatures."
January 7th, 2015 | Tags: Krista Martinelli, L-Dub Film Festival, Monica Kallas, Norman Gitzen
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