Exhibiting Artists

Annmarie Anderson

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often paints the sparkling waters, tropical vegetation, “conch” architecture and nautical life she encounters every day. 

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Thomas Avery

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is a shipwright, painter, and artisan. He creates scrimshaw swordfish bills and carves unique pieces from locally felled tropical trees.

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Karen Beauprie

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discovered the beauty and uniqueness of Key West over twenty years ago. Her Airedale terrier, Toby, is often spotted in her paintings.  

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Mary Blackman

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realistic work reflects years of diving, kayaking, and exploring the Keys. Exotic driftwood is fashioned into frames to compliment her work.

Linda Cabrera

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 work is a combination of realism and folk art, showing the laid back and colorful island life in which she was raised. 

Marc Caren

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is predominantly a self taught painter. Working outdoors with oil paint and a palette knife, he makes painting destination trips.   

Elizabeth Chamberlain

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has made her home in Key West for more than 30 years. She finds her inspiration in everyday island life. 

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Mary Jean Connors

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began painting after three decade as a journalist and newspaper executive. She captures light in dramatic compositions.

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Joan Cox

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paintings are strongly influenced by where she is. The predominant influence in the Keys is color, painting plein air she embraces fun. 

Susann D'Antonio

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is a three dimensional and encaustic artist. The luminous quality of her work is achieved by meticulously layering pigmented beeswax.   

Fran Decker

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enjoys painting landscapes and whimsical scenes. Her vibrant acrylics capture the flavor of the Florida Keys, which she calls home.

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Martha dePoo

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is a Key West native, a true conch. Her focus is capturing the fast disappearing flavor of old Key West and the neighboring Keys. 

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Elizabeth Devries

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had never held a hammer until moving to Key West in 1980. In a dusty workshop she began creating dioramas from shutter blades.

Carrie Disrud

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is a believer that the world can change for the better. Her work is soulful, sometimes mystical or cryptic, and always a bit of herself.

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Jane Gilbert

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uses rich, sensual layers of lines, marks, and fields of color to create gestural, abstract images, based on the natural world.

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Pamela Gode

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is an emerging artist whose works embody simplicity and color, whether creating dreamy pastels, vivid watercolors, or brilliant acrylics.

Jane Grannis

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walks, bikes, and paddles around the island of Key West creating ceramic art influenced by what she sees every day. 

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Nancy Henning

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was immediately inspired by the tropical beauty and colors of the Florida Keys. She has called Cudjoe Key her home since 2005.

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Pam Hobbs

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came to Key West on vacation over 30 years ago and never left. Her works portray the boldness and  freedom she feels in the tropics.

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Suzanne Holt

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 is inspired by the amazing scenery in the Keys. She utilizes fabric, textures, patterns, metal, and glass into her mixed media artwork 

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Georgina Hosek

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is interested in both realistic and abstract art. Her work is based on years of travel, archaeology, and a deep love of the ocean.

Hugh Johnson

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felt a magical sense of accomplishment as a child with his grandfather's oil paints. Living on a boat in the Keys continues to inspire him.

Deb Kik

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worked at a medial illustrator and photographer in Michigan. Her 2011 Key West show was entitled Bitches: Dogs & Drag Queens.

David Klein

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carves the printing plate in the traditional method of Rembrandt inking and printing each piece by hand.  

Helen Kordon

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tries to capture the mood of the subtropics in her paintings of colorful conch cottages, landscapes, and playful beach scenes.  

Deborah Moore

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uses colorful creative strokes to capture sun drenched scenes, lazy afternoons, and the charming personalities of favorite places.

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Donna Nadeau

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is inspired by Key West architecture. It's steeped in history and character with its alleys, doorways, angles, and colors.

Kristen Norman

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was introduced to street art by the documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop. Her work combines street and traditional gallery art.

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Lucy Paige

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works in acrylic, oil sticks and collage media in  order to create abstract, mixed media floral and still life as well as her current Beach Day series.

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Maggie Ruley

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creates a sense of delight. Her natural motifs and exuberant colors are a celebration of the lush and shimmering elements of the tropics.

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George Salhofer

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believes that art has the fundamental cultural responsibility to positively heighten and enhance the awareness of the viewer. 

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Anne Schroeder

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has spent her entire life in the Florida Keys. Growing up on these islands she taught herself to draw and paint the beauty around her.  

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Joanne Sloan

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feels free to break the rules. With little formal training she creates bright lively acrylic paintings in her own imaginative style.

Neva Townsend

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began working with oil paint sixty years ago, remaining self taught for three decades until she began to experiment with watercolors.

Gale Upmal

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works in many mediums, living with a paintbrush in her hand. But, her love is watercolor batik on rice paper. 

R.M. Walter

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Mally Weaver

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works show a spontaneous joy of painting. She was attracted to the Florida Keys by the stunning color and strong light. 

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Abigail White

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grew up on the island of Key West; home schooled and one of nine children she was afforded plenty of free time to paint.  

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Dawn Wilkins

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is a naturalist with an interest in and enthusiasm for the planet's flora and fauna.  Her work elegantly celebrates nature's magic.

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Gabrielle Wilson

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loves to experiment whether that means throwing paint, getting messy or playing with layering colors. She loves happy mistakes.

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Kim Workman

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feels strongly about conservation. The fish used in her Gyotaku works become, thanks to her culinary talents, delicious meals. 

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Dick Moody

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longed to get back to his easel after 30 years in the commercial world. To this end he and his wife moved to Key West, never looking back.

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Carrie Andrews

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Margo Ellis

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Craig Gray

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Kristen Norman

Yolanda Maloney

Naya Rydzewski

Armida Averette