From the Editor...

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Thursday, March 26th, 2015

Event Happens Saturday, April 4

...reflection of an igloo from a frozen lake— and Leroy Neiman’s “The Clubhouse at Old St. Andrews”—a colorful oil painting of the first golf clubhouse in the world—create a retrospective illustration of Johnson’s artistic style reaching back to the 1800s...
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Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Opens March 27 with Spectacular Reception

Submitted by Mercedes Rodgers:Long Exposure, Full Circle Gallery’s latest exhibit, features vivid photography of regional landscapes by local artist Jeffrey Parker. This solo exhibition is
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Sunday, March 1st, 2015

March Featured Artist at Walton County Coastal Library

Much of the artist’s landscape work lends itself to the traditional form of balance and color, but Huettel’s more humorous endeavors come from the enjoyment of the marvelous works of Cruikshank and Rowlandson who captured the lighter side of everyday life in Great Britain...
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Monday, February 2nd, 2015

Special Thanks to Melissa Brown

LeLoup-West is a self-taught artist and has worked in many mediums, including watercolor, pen and ink, mixed media and acrylic. Always open to new ventures, she has had the good fortune of acquiring a large number of vintage silk screens formerly used for printing t-shirts...
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Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Meet the Artists Friday, Jan. 16

Alexander is an artist and academic originally from the south. She began honing her craft early and as a result has achieved great success in the art world. Having displayed her art in a staggering amount of solo and group shows across the East Coast, Alexander is a well rounded artist with a penchant for oils...
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Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Overcame Color Blindness to Create Stunning Art

“I’ve been in Santa Rosa Beach for about eight years,” says Sutton. “The first time I painted the beaches was before I moved here, in about 2003. I came pretty often with family and surfing trips with close friends. The beach became an escape for me I think as it does for others..."