It was a very special morning last week at the Tampa Museum of Art. Members were treated to an opening reception of its latest exhibition, Getting Measured. 1957-2017, with a visit from the artist, Mernet Larsen. The […]
When words fail us, visual storytelling permits an open dialogue between the narrator, the audience and the work itself. With an interest in stories from the past and historical photographical processes, it’s no wonder that Rebecca Sexton Larson has been working as the chief curator at the Art & History Museums in Maitland for the past five years. Catching up with the artist just as she transitions to her new position with the Arts Council …
Kyaien Conner has been dancing since she was five years old and became a professional West African dancer at age 14. She has performed all over the world and received multiple accolades for her choreography. Here in […]
Meet Donna Morrison, a passionate watercolor artist who makes her home in Tampa.
“With this work, I was being direct about a lot of real issues. It’s very graphic. It’s about the objectification of women and how ‘we’ collectively sort of sell our souls to look like this ideal woman that society is trying to cram down our throats. It starts pretty much the day we get our first Barbie, and now it’s inescapable with advertisements online targeting women.” — Heidi Clapp-Temple, photographer
Susan Gott has worked in glass for over 30 years and focuses in cast glass to create one-of-a-kind sculptures incorporating glass, steel and stone. Susan was raised in Tennessee and Virginia and relocated to Florida […]