This show includes Ted Wray (sculptor) whose "book excavations" result in some profoundly interesting pieces. Kathryn Marks, offers some beautifully layered and soft pieces of abstraction or abstract representational that delight the eye. And D Fontaine Radden, whose cubist style and colorful energy certainly appeal to my own soul of work. This even will be Thursday the 16th of November at the Dunedin Chamber of Commerce as well as the HUB space above. 301 Main Street, Dunedin. Hope to see you there!
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Visit and talk with ten (10) well-established local artists at seven (7) exciting studio locations in Dunedin and Palm Harbor at this free public art walk.
Saturday, November 11th, from 10a - 4p.
Voyage MedSpa and Wellness Center is having an event with the artists whose work is currently on display. We are the first rotation of Artists at Voyage Med Spa! Join me and the other artists for the Inaugural Artist Meet and Greet, Thursday April 27th from 6-8pm
Evelyn made the cover of the Dunedin Living Magazine - with a sweet article about her as a resident, artist, and community volunteer. If you would are interested in the whole article it is available as a PDF!
Open to the public, we artists love visitors - especially during Studio Waltz. Take the opportunity to visit and talk with nine (8) well-established local artists at six (6) exciting studio locations in Dunedin and Palm Harbor. Saturday, March 25th, this free event...
BIG WORKS: on January 14 @ 5:00 pm. Join us for art, live music, and more during St Pete ArtWalk and see our January exhibit with a guest artist show themed BIG WORKS an open theme whose only limitations were the artwork size and imagination.
Saturday, December 3, 2022, 6:00-9:00pm EST @ Five Deuces Galleria. Come and see the small works exhibit and visit with the artists.
Take the opportunity to visit and talk with nine (9) well-established local artists at six (6) exciting studio locations in Dunedin and Palm Harbor.
Saturday, November 12th, this free event allows you to meet artists from varying disciplines who will talk with you about their creative process, allow you to view work in progress, and enjoy home studio exhibits. They will have reasonably priced, original works from ceramics to jewelry, paintings, photographs, mosaics, collages, and whimsical sculptures, all available.
In 2020, my sister encouraged me to get a blank journal from the Brooklyn Art Library during the pandemic. With a deadline for the following year, I figured I could make that work... and as I rallied a handful of classmates on a paid zoom account to keep us painting, and as we worked through our anxiety, we also worked on our art.
I am honored, sparkled, beautifully satisfied (and a little emotional) about having been asked to be a guest with Project Popsicle to talk about art, process, creativity, and how life is certainly filled with learning and acceptance.