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Louise Nevelson exhibit at Naples Museum of Art

Les Maercklein of Naples explores Stephen Knapp's Lightpaintings, at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, titled Dawn's Forest, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Knapp's pieces, which are on display until December 26, were also a hit with visitors. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Les Maercklein of Naples explores Stephen Knapp's Lightpaintings, at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, titled Dawn's Forest, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Knapp's pieces, which are on display until December 26, were also a hit with visitors. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • Sangho Back, left, looks at Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors look at Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors look at Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Seasonal residents Sally Madden of Wisconsin, right, and Edie Nelson of Connecticut, left, take in Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors look at Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors fill the lobby at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, titled Dawn's Forest, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors look at Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Les Maercklein of Naples explores Stephen Knapp's Lightpaintings, at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, titled Dawn's Forest, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Knapp's pieces, which are on display until December 26, were also a hit with visitors. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Glo Roche, left, and Jolene Rushton, both of Naples, explore Stephen Knapp's Lightpaintings, at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, titled Dawn's Forest, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Knapp's pieces, which are on display until December 26, were also a hit with visitors. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors explore Stephen Knapp's Lightpaintings, at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, titled Dawn's Forest, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Knapp's pieces, which are on display until December 26, were also a hit with visitors. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors look at Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Visitors look at Louise Nevelson's 'Dawn's Forest' which filled the entrance at the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Nevelson, who passed away in 1988, unveiled the piece in 1986 at the Georgia-Pacific Center in Atlanta, where it remained until the Naples Museum of Art acquired it in 2010. Greg Kahn/Staff

Visitors explore the Naples Museum of Art in Naples on Nov. 14, 2010. Sunday was the opening of Louise Nevelson's piece, titled Dawn's Forest, which is the largest and last major sculptural environment of Nevelson's career. Knapp's pieces, which are on display until December 26, were also a hit with visitors.

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