Mennello Museum of American Art featuring Mira Lehr: High Mark Exhibit


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Information compiled and written by Robert Voss

Visit the Mennello Museum of American Art, for the opening of our 2020 season with an enticing solo exhibition, Mira Lehr: High Water Mark — a delightful exploration into the recent work of highly esteemed Miami-based artist and eco-feminist, Mira Lehr. This exhibit is being held from January 24 – May 10, 2020.

It is just a short drive from Downtown Orlando to the Mennello Musuem of American Art. There is limited parking on property. It is advised to park in the Orlando Science Center Parking Garage. The museum is located at 900 East Princeton Street, Orlando, Florida 32803.

Get your tickets now. Regular admission to the gallery is adults – $5, Seniors (60+) – $4, Students (with valid ID) – $1, Children ages 6-17 – $1, Children under age 6 – Free, and Active, Retired Military & Veterans with ID – Free. Night of reception costs $10 per person. Sorry, no refunds. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.

Featuring four distinct installations in each of the main gallery spaces, the museum will be transformed to tell the stories of our oceans and waterways. Find yourself captivated by Lehr’s work, as she creates the atmospheric experience of the underwater condition that carries with it a vulnerability that can be both intimidating and inspiring.

Don’t forget about the opening reception that is being held on Friday, January 24, 2020, from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. The reception will feature elegant appetizers by Runway Catering, music by The Steamin’ Trio, and a cash bar. Complimentary shuttle services will be available on the night of the opening reception for guests wanting to view exhibitions at both the Mennello Museum of American Art and Orlando Museum of Art’s Living Color: The Art of the Highwaymen. MEMBERS-ONLY PREVIEW: 5:30-6:30PM.

Mira Lehr works at the intersection of art and nature, focusing on our relationship with our surroundings. Don’t miss discovering her mysterious world, whose beauty reminds us not only of the gifts we have been given by nature — but the importance of preserving them for future generations. For more information on her work please visit

Don’t miss your opportunity to see this art exhibit. For more information please visit

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