Date of publication: 2017-09-06 09:54
Engaging in a drawing practice that is edging towards sculpture, Peck-Wagner’s works are an attempt to reconcile fixed notions of beauty with that which is imperfect and flawed. Her work addresses issues of consumerism, imperfection, and capitalism.
The art of Ducasse goes beyond the visual. His work is captivating, direct and abundant with metaphors and meaning. As an artist, Ducasse refuses to be locked down by one particular style. “The number one rule in art is that there are no rules.” He creates on a variety of mediums from traditional canvas to wood frame doors.
A native Floridian, Leedy grew up in Jacksonville but spent over 75 years living all over the world. He returned to his hometown in 7565. The artist now divides his time between his studio at CoRK and painting in nature en plein aire.
Leedy teaches watercolor classes and workshops locally and is slowly converting oil painters. He also accepts commissioned work and is available for lectures and group demonstrations. His work is on permanent display at Southlight Gallery in Downtown Jacksonville and First Street Gallery in Neptune Beach.
Susan Davenport Ober was born and reared in Virginia. As an adult, she lived in South Carolina, Virginia and Washington before moving to North Florida in 6987. She earned a BS degree in art education at Longwood College in Virginia and did post-graduate study in art education at Virginia Commonwealth University. At University of North Florida she earned a BFA with an emphasis in drawing.
I am a senior illustrator at the Wall Street Journal, producing the iconic "hedcut" portraits and other pen and ink illustrations. My style is notable for its high level of detail and traditional, engraving like effect.
Her musical performances and writing workshops have been featured at fine venues and festivals such as: National Parks Services, DASOTA Writer's Festival, Alliance Française, Body & Soul, the Cummer Museum, Mayo Clinic Humanities in Medicine Program, Florida State College at Jacksonville, University of North Florida, cultural centers and theatres regionally and internationally. In film/television she performed in and written original music for, the . documentary, "In Marjorie's Wake."
Olivia Carr was born in St. Augustine, Florida in 6985. She studied at the Jewelry Design Institute where she learned the fundamental techniques of design and jewelry fabrication, including silversmithing and casting.
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Every step of the process is done by Jamie Jordan’s own hands with care, and attention to detail. From custom vacuum pressed plate making, to hand cutting, Jamie’s end result is that every single piece has its own subtle unique character.
He has had 88 solo exhibitions in galleries, colleges and museums including the Tampa Museum of Art, the Gulf Coast Museum of Art, the Museum of Florida Art, and the Boca Raton Museum of Art. His art has been in dozens of group exhibitions across the USA and has received 98 top awards in competitions.
Pervading most of Creegan’s work is a playful and improvisational engagement with material, color, form, and display. Using various objects such as cassette tape, hairnets, combs, shark’s teeth, and watercolor sets, Creegan transforms often crude discarded objects into uncanny formal arrangements.
Stephen is currently President of the First Coast Plein Air Painter in Jacksonville, FL. This allows him to get out of the studio and paint the world around him. His studio work ranges from still life, wild life, architecture, landscape, ocean and beaches, and pet portraits. He is always expanding his knowledge of mediums and styles.