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The Ultimate Selfie
Clifford McDonald painted portraits for his students who graduated from the Visible Men Academy last week.
It's part of an ongoing collaboration with Resilient Retreat.
Back to the drawing board
City commissioners said they felt “lukewarm” about the coral-like sculpture recommended by the Public Art Committee.
Calvino owns In Love and Daisies where she sells prints on banana paper, a less polluting, wasteful and more sustainable alternative to traditional paper.
Open Your Eyes
About 300 of Vincent van Gogh's works are incorporated into this exhibit, complete with music and movement.
Thanks to PINCfest, the downtown Sarasota neighborhood has been transformed into an outdoor museum.
The City of Sarasota Public Art Committee unanimously recommended "Dwell" to go before city commissioners for final approval.
Things to Do
The 8th Annual Sarasota Winter Fine Art Festival will take place at J.D. Hamel Park Saturday, Jan. 8 and Sunday, Jan. 9 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Discover the emerging artist community taking shape in Park East, Sarasota.
Sarasota's 530 Burns Gallery will host a First Friday opening reception January 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. to celebrate the revered exhibition artists.
Free & Freeish
Selfies, art strolls, shopping and more.
Zach Gilliland helps art lovers get the big picture on how to hang.
Opening November 5, the fine art gallery features Asian-inspired paintings by Kathe Fraga and vivid landscapes from Florida artist Gary Borse.
Kirk Ke Wang is known for his thought-provoking abstract art that opens up dialogue on social issues such as racism and classism.
This past Saturday, Sarasota's Faulhaber Fab Lab hosted a pumpkin laser-engraving event that put local families in the Halloween spirit.
See all 10 award-winning watercolor pieces here.
Flamingos can definitely be ghoulish.
There will be live music, art, food and more.
Dan Houston shows his work in his Sarasota gallery and sells sculptures and paintings online.
Lemonias won first prize at the Suncoast Black Arts Collaborative’s 2021 Black Muse exhibition, with work that tells the story of her life.