THROUGH SEPT. 27. ARTS AND DESIGN SOCIETY’S (ADSO) “ASSEMBLAGE” SHOW AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
Hannah A. Flynn took first place honors in ADSO’s “Assemblage” show with “Birthday Wishes for Bertha.”
Features art that incorporates two or more unrelated objects.
THROUGH SEPT. 30. ADSO WINDOW GALLERY DISPLAY AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
Finally, the spotlight falls on Tuny Jennings, who works in mixed media with an emphasis on color and texture. Her folk art style is limited to one subject—cats, whom she feels are works of art in themselves.
THROUGH SEPT. 30. THE FOSTER GALLERY’S FALL ROTATION IN GRAND BOULEVARD TOWN CENTER, MIRAMAR BEACH
Artists include Melody Bogle, Gayle Campbell, Marscha Cavaliere, Donnelle Clark, Lee Clark, Skip Deems, Rebecca Dier Hart, Sandra Horne, Iva Jazayeri, Linda Kernick, Jason Lindblad, Merry Beth Myrick, William Polley, Mary Redmann, Kathleen Schumacher, Jenna Varney, and Martin Zurla. Call 850-837-3037 or visit CulturalArtsAlliance.com for more info.
THROUGH SEPT. 30. SOUTH WALTON HIGH ART STUDENTS EXHIBIT AT COASTAL BRANCH LIBRARY, SANTA ROSA BEACH
Dr. Vivian Komando’s AP art students (grades 9-12) display their work for the month of September. South Walton High School had a 100 percent pass rate on its 2019 AP Studio Art Portfolios for the 32 students that submitted portfolios to the College Board.
THROUGH OCT. 27. THE FOSTER GALLERY’S FALL ROTATION IN THE RUSKIN PLACE ARTIST COLONY, SEASIDE
Artists include Marscha Cavaliere, Donnelle Clark, Lee Clark, Patrick Connolly, Skip Deems, Joyful Enriquez, Linda Kernick, Marian Pacsuta, Mary Redmann, The Salty Sparrow, Jenna Varney, and Krista Vind. Call 850-837-3037 or visit CulturalArtsAlliance.com for more info.
THROUGH FEB. 14, 2020. ROSEMARY BEACH SCULPTURE EXHIBITION
The second biennial juried art show of contemporary outdoor sculpture along Scenic Highway 30A includes 16 sculptures by 16 artists. More at rosemarybeachsculpture.com.
SEPT. 14. ADSO ARTISTS’ STUDIOS TOUR AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
Beginning at 9 AM, participants will carpool to five different studios in the FWB area, where they will meet the artists, see their spaces, and learn how they work. The tour will end at approximately 3 PM at ADSO with refreshments and door prizes. And, yes, there will be a lunch break in there somewhere.
Cost is $25 ($20 for ADSO members). Space is limited. Call 850-244-1271 for more info.
SEPT. 24-28. NORTHWEST FLORIDA TRI-COUNTY FAIR FINE ARTS SHOW AT C.H. BULL RIGDON FAIRGROUNDS, FORT WALTON BEACH
Hours are 5-10 PM Tue.-Fri., and 2-10 PM Saturday. Opening reception Sunday, Sept. 22, 2-4 PM. Art in every medium, plus middle school and high school art. Call 850-582-1329 for more info.
SEPT. 25. ADSO LUNCHEON AT THE ART CENTER, FORT WALTON BEACH
Guest speaker Willem van Osnabrugge, a scientist by profession, has followed art as an avocation for the last two decades, including photography, drawing, watercolor, and pastels, leading to an award for a pastel portrait. Currently concentrating on oil painting, he will demonstrate mixing any color from a limited palette of just five colors.
The luncheon begins at 11:30 AM. Cost is $12 if you make your reservations by Monday, Sept. 23. After that, it’s $15. Call 850-244-1271 or email email@example.com.
SEPT. 26. ADSO’S DRINK & DRAW
The group meets at Crust Pizzeria on Lewis Turner Blvd. in Fort Walton Beach at 6 PM. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
SEPT. 28. ADSO’S URBAN SKETCHERS
The group meets at Red Robin, in front of Pensacola’s Cordova Mall, at 9 AM. Sketch for a few hours, then have lunch and discuss/share what you’ve drawn. Email email@example.com for more info.
OPENS OCT. 1. ANN DENSON TUCKER EXHIBIT AT COASTAL BRANCH LIBRARY, SANTA ROSA BEACH
Meet the artist Saturday, Oct. 19, from 2 to 4 PM.
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