“Patterns In Life”
Exhibition Begins: Sunday, October 27, 2013
Exhibition Ends: Saturday, November 23, 2013
Artist Reception: Friday, November 8, 2013
Marsha Baumert – Mixed Media
Melinda Giron – Oil & Mixed Media
Margret Hildreth – Fotographer
Marsha Baumert has created her “Patterns in Life” contemporary and vibrant body of work to reflect a variety of simple, as well as complex themes found in nature’s beauty. Melinda Giron transforms patterns found in life into texture, color, and the essence of the subject matter – sharing her perceptions for viewers to explore. Margret Hildreth, a self-taught “Fotographer”, loves to photograph the wildlife and natural habitats of Florida, inviting the viewer to share the images that reflect the many variegated “Patterns” that she has discovered.
“All Member Holiday Exhibit”
Exhibition Begins: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Exhibition Ends: Saturday, December 28, 2013
This popular annual holiday exhibit includes special holiday works from the Gallery’s member artists…all priced at $100 or under! Artistic works include paintings, pottery, wood, tile, photography, ornaments, and much more. It’s a great opportunity to find that special, one-of-a kind, handmade gift for that someone special! So shop early while supplies last.
“Be an Original…Give Art!”
Music, Art & Cuisine, Downtown Pensacola
The next Gallery Night will be November 15th. Please drop by for a fun evening of entertainment by Sweet Prospect, refreshments and a chance to see our GREAT LOCAL ART. Downtown, Pensacola.
The American Planning Association (APA) announced the designation of Palafox Street as one of 10 Great Streets for 2013. Each year during National Community Planning Month, APA’s Great Places in America program names 30 exemplary streets, neighborhoods and public spaces to highlight the role planning and planners play in adding value to communities, including fostering economic growth and jobs.
APA singled out Palafox for its European influences, eclectic mix of Spanish Colonial and Chicago School architecture, expansive medians and sidewalks, and the planning that has helped turn the street into an attractive and successful gateway to downtown Pensacola.
“For hundreds of years, Palafox Street has been at the center of life in our city,” said Mayor Ashton Hayward. “Over the past three decades, our community has reinvested in Palafox Street and, as a result, Palafox has once again become the anchor to a thriving, vibrant downtown and a city in renaissance. I believe that a great downtown is the heart of any great city. Palafox Street is a big part of why Pensacola is such a great place in which to live, work, and play, and we are excited to see it recognized as a Great Street,” Mayor Hayward said.
“Historic architecture, spacious plazas, an attractive median, and wide sidewalks make Palafox Street a wonderful artery for pedestrians and motorists alike,” said APA Chief Executive Officer Paul Farmer, FAICP. “Planners also helped improve business activity along the street and enhanced Palafox as a successful entrance to downtown by converting the street back to a two-way thoroughfare,” he added.Read more
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