Monthly Archives: May 2010

Dimishing Art Venues in Central Florida

The venues showing fine art are significantly diminishing this year, as public and private financial wells are drying up everywhere.  Central Florida is experiencing a regression in the quantity and quality of fine art outlets, which will make it more … Continue reading

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Florida and Oil

Some say it took Mrs. O’Leary’s cow to make Chicago the city of great architecture that it is today:  after the fire of 1871 that destroyed many of its buildings, leading citizens recognized the critical importance of their built environment.  … Continue reading

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Josh Garrick writes about oil spills and oil rigs

Regarding my upcoming solo exhibition at the Lake Eustis Museum of Art, writer Josh Garrick draws some conclusions about how the show is raising awareness of oil rigs, a timely event given the recent oil disaster at BP’s MC252 rig … Continue reading

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