Rick Beau Lieu of the Neighborhood Gallery & Fine Art Appraisers said he hopes that the artwork inspires a next generation of artists.
"There may be one or two who are inspired to be great," he said. "They just need to see something that will move their creative juices."
While Beau Lieu's gallery has been on West Industrial Avenue since 1986, in the past few years, it has gained recognition as part of the growing Boynton Beach Art District under Rolando Chang Barrero's direction.
Public Art Administrator Debby Coles-Dobay isn't surprised though.
"This is exactly what we wanted," she said. "We wanted our arts district to become well known and have a very solid Art in Public Places program."
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