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Nicole Kleban Star Garden

Nicole Kleban Memorial Garden

The Nicole Kleban Memorial Garden and a fund for its maintenance was established in loving memory of Nicole Kleban by her family and friends.


Bradley Arthur, a world famous sculptor and member of Congregation Kol Ami, designed and created the memorial located at our front entrance. Some of his other works are in collections across the United States and in Switzerland, France, Austria and Italy. He has exhibited throughout the world, including the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, Lincoln Center in New York City, and the Grand Palais in Paris. A number of Arthur's works from the Richard Brown Baker Collection are now at Yale. Bradley was born in Tampa and raised in Miami Beach. At age seventeen, he had his first class working with metal at the Coconut Grove School of Art, and from there his imagination and talent flourished. After returning to Tampa to earn his B.A. from the College of Fine Arts at the University of South Florida, Arthur attended the Lacoste School of the Arts in Lacoste en Provence, France. His education includes apprenticeships with master artists in metal, stone and bronze in Miami, Florida, Paris, France, Pietrastanta, Italy, and New York City.

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