Sarah and Tim Benitz,
Perri and Robert Bishop,
Kim and Stephen Bruno,
Samantha and Brendan Carroll,
Frances and Jeffrey Fisher,
Audrey and Martin Gruss,
LinQing Yang and Cameron Lickle,
and David Miller and Ray Wakefield
Throughout history, cars have reflected
innovation…kinetic art, industrial design, and skillful
engineering inspired decades of rolling sculpture that
enabled early transportation, elegant travel, and racing
history. Automotive design is in fact a reflection of our
imagination and what the future may hold. Design is
everywhere, but a car is personal. The rich history that
accompanies the commission of some of the most extraordinary
vintage vehicles in our history is an inspiring message.
Innovation is a theme throughout this exhibition, confirming
that art, science, and technology go hand in hand.
During the Community Exhibition, visitors of
all ages will experience the history and design of rare, one
of a kind, classic pre- and post- war automobiles in this
“dream car” exhibition. Group tours by renowned automotive
historians will be offered throughout the day, and guests
will have the opportunity to be the judges and cast their
votes for Most Artistic, Most Elegant, People’s Choice and
the Young Connoisseurs’ Award.
The community and guests will have the
opportunity to join a Special Tribute to Gold Star Families
and Veterans followed by The Grand Tour Parade of Cars
departing the main lawn at 4:15 from Ann Norton Sculpture
Gardens, crossing the bridge, touring the island of Palm
Beach and concluding at the Flagler Museum.