(June 27, 2011) – The Ann Norton
Sculpture Garden has just announced Kevin A. Clark as
the incoming President of the Board of Trustees at the
Ann Norton Sculpture Garden serving a one-year term.
Clark will be responsible for ensuring that the Ann
Norton Sculpture Garden Board of Directors and its
members fulfill their governance responsibilities by
complying with applicable laws and bylaw. In addition,
Clark will be in charge of conducting board business by
presiding over meetings, proposing policies and
practices, sitting on various committees, submitting
various reports to the board, to funders, and to other
"stakeholders"; and performing other duties as defined
in the Ann Norton Sculpture Garden bylaws.
Clark is the owner of Fusedog Media Group; a multimedia
development company with a focus on Internet, CD and DVD
based multimedia applications and websites. With a
diverse range of skills, applications and media
platforms, Fusedog Media Group delivers functional
applications utilizing the latest technologies in
content creation and delivery. Clark holds an MA in Film
and Photography from the Royal College of Art, London,
England and a BFA in Fine Art, Film and Photography from
Richmond University, London, England where he graduated
with honors as a Presidents Scholar.
In addition to Clark’s appointment as incoming President
of the Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, Karyn Lamb has been
nominated as Vice President, Brian Kirkpatrick as
Treasurer, and Leslie Rose as Secretary. Additional new
Board of Trustees include: G. Ryan Bridger and Mieke van
Waveren who are joining current board members; Joseph
Pubillones, and Jeff Blakely.
Karyn Lamb has been the Chair of the 2009 and 2010
Co-Chair of the Festival of Trees for the Ann Norton
Sculpture Garden and will once again be Co-Chairing the
event in 2011. Lamb and her husband are actively
involved in the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Palm Beach
County and is a former board member of Nichols House
Museum (Boston), and founding member of the Friends of
the Boston Public Gardens.
Brian Kirkpatrick, a Florida native, is a
Vice President Lydian Bank & Trust. In addition to being
Treasurer of the Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, he is a
consultant to the Board of Directors of the Taylor
Foundation. Kirkpatrick received his Masters of Business
Administration from the University of Miami’s School of
Business and his Bachelor of Science degree in business
administration from the University of Florida.
Palm Beach resident, Leslie Rose has recently retired as
the head of Rose Family Equities LLC. Rose currently
serves on the Town of Palm Beach United Way and is a
former board member of the Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Additional new board members include: G. Ryan Bridge who
currently serves as Vice President of ECS Florida, LLC.
Bridger lives in West Palm Beach with his wife and two
children and is a graduate of North Carolina State
University honing a Professional Engineers license.
Bridger is a member of the Young Friends of the Norton
Museum, Palm Beach Historical Society, Ryan Licht Sang
Bipolar Foundation, Memorial Presbyterian Church and
Gentlemen of the Gardens.
Mieke van Waveren is the 2010 and 2011 Co-chair for the
Festival of Trees to benefit the Ann Norton Sculpture
Garden and is a committee member for the Susan B. Komen
“Perfect Pink” fundraising event. Van Waveren is the
mother of a young son, an avid equestrian, and studied
sculpture and writing.
The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Inc. is a recognized
501 (c) (3) operating foundation established in 1977 by
the prominent sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982).
The gardens are conveniently located at 253 Barcelona
Road, at the corner of Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach,
FL. The rare palm and sculpture gardens, exhibition
galleries and artist studio are currently open
Wednesday-Sunday. 11- 4 p.m. Admission is $7.00 for
adults and $5.00 for children ages 5 and over.