Billed as the nation’s largest outdoor museum show, CANVAS is more of an “art movement,” says event founder and West Palm Beach-based gallerist, Nicole Henry. The two-week experience will run Nov. 8 to 22, and add 20 dramatic, inspiring murals to selected buildings and infrastructure throughout the downtown district. Augmented by a calendar of receptions on yachts, an early launch party on Oct. 10 plus a sensational New York City-style fashion show in the “graffiti garden” behind Henry’s gallery on Fern St., CANVAS is expected to draw more than 50,000 visitors over its two-week run. “This is so much more than a 14-day art experience,” says Henry, who has owned art galleries for more than a decade and has represented some of the most exciting contemporary artists of our time, including Vik Muniz, José Bedia, Edouard Duval Carrié, and a list

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