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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

With over 30 exhibitions a year, there is always new art to see. 

ON DISPLAY SEPTEMBER 30 - OCTOBER 22

RECEPTION OCTOBER 7 FROM 5-7PM

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MAIN GALLERY

In the main gallery this month will be an eclectic collection of art work curated by Heather Parker.

Exhibiting local artist Heather Parker said, "I don’t always have a current body of work, like a collection of actual paintings, to show for my time. Sometimes it’s little community projects, or landscaping and gardening, or murals, or interior decorating, or the whole of Floriopolis. It’s all the art of living. The title of the exhibit is “All of us” All the artists- the ones part of and not part of this show- we’re all in this together. Influencing the future of our local arts identity, influencing each other, and charting a course for ourselves. We’re living the creative process and inviting the whole town to come along with us."

"ALL OF US

Interconnected."

The Art of Heather and Friends

MILLER GALLERY

In the Miller gallery, Jamie Phillips' body of artwork communicates the mysterious and powerful presence of the female form. Inspire by mythological and historical female figures, Jamie has created a series of colorful and fanciful paintings.

Phillips' stated, "With a background in mixed media, I have always loved combining various forms of painting, drawing, and media. In this collection I have focused primarily on oil painting portraits that depict spiritual elements and deities. 

"MYSTICAL DIVINE FEMININE"

BY JAMIE PHILLIPS

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 HIGBY GALLERY

FRIGHT NIGHTS

AT THE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Are you ready for this? This year, the whole Center for the Arts is being converted into an immersive haunted experience for October 28, 29, & 31--Tickets are only $10 and go to support the Bay Arts Alliance mission of putting Art on Every Corner.

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Cathy Baker Ramsay is a local artist who wants to use her artistic expression during the month of Infant Loss Awareness month to teach others about the benefits of using art to heal.

After the loss of her pregnancy, Cathy uses the art style Zentangle as a mindfulness tool, creating different tangles with various mediums, as well as photography to express her creativity.

ARTWORK BY 

CATHY BAKER RAMSAY

CAFÉ GALLERY

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

NOVEMBER 2022

- Main Gallery -

Amada Hunt and Mercedes Franklin


- Miller Gallery -

Willie Morris

- Café Gallery -

Raven Watkins