Art in Bloom
Our Savior Lutheran Church is continuing to support our talented local artists. You have until May 12th to visit the art exhibition. The collection of work titled, “The UNITY,” showcases the art of the most talented artists of the Tampa Bay area: Jose Rodeiro, Gina White, Dee Perconti, Diane Radel, and Linda Roberts. The show pictures everything that unites us: the love of mothers, concerns about our future, joy, grief, and love. In this video, you have a great opportunity to see this collection through the eyes of our guest artist, Jose Rodeiro, (Ph.D., MFA, and Visual Artist Fellow, National Endowment for the Arts. Retired professor of Art History and Philosophies of Art, New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ).
Art in Bloom
The collection of work titled, “ART IN BLOOM,” showcases the floral work of Shelly Augsbury, painting under her initials, SEA.
Transplanted from Atlanta, SEA is a working artist and children’s book author/illustrator in the Tampa Bay area. SEA is known for her bold colors and joyful feelings she portrays on canvas. Her work has been featured at The Dali Museum Store, Children’s Exploration Museum, ABC Action News, Suntan Art Gallery, The Vinoy, and various exhibitions around the Southeast.
Imagine your favorite cartoon character. Now take away the solid black outlines, and picture them rendered in the soft, familiar style of a painter like Norman Rockwell. What you’ve got in mind is the work of Joel Santana, who creates fun, charming, and expressive illustrations in a unique style that’s inspired by two of the finest traditions in American image-making – Disney movies and mid-century Realism. Some of Joel’s clients include Champs/FootLocker, Walt Disney World, Royal Bobbles, Dunn & Co Advertising, Hot Topic, BoxLunch, Publix and Acme Archives Direct. Follow the artist on IG: www.instagram.com/
Contemporary Xylography by Jose Oscar Torres Pereyra
January 24th-March 9th, 2020
December 1st -January 14th 2019-20
Spirit of Cuba
Living Love Mural
Nic Vasquez – September 22, 2019
“Āhopian Tō: A Meta-Narrative of the Ultimate Narrative,”
August 25th through September 25, 2019