St. Pete sculptor Frank Strunk III opens 'Nox Lex et Motus' exhibition during the Saturday Art Walk

His studio is in the Warehouse Arts District.

click to enlarge St. Petersburg sculptor Frank Strunk III - DAVE DECKER
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St. Petersburg sculptor Frank Strunk III
Every second Saturday, the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance coordinates the St. Petersburg Second Saturday ArtWalk with the Edge District, the Grand Central District, and the Warehouse Arts District associations. Art lovers can guide themselves (sorry, the trolleys from art walks of yore are no more due to “labor shortages,” according to the alliance), and this month a stop at the Warehouse District studio of Frank Strunk III should be on your agenda.

It’s where the heart-on-his-sleeve, steel-under-his-hands sculptor stages “Nox Lex et Motus,” a collection of small works, including some accented with a tiny bit of motion that has the ability to squeeze a tear out of even the most hardened heart. About 50 galleries are open late for the evening, so plan to make it an all night affair. 

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