Sneak Peek of Duane Michals: The Portraitist

Sneak Peek of Duane Michals: The Portraitist

I visited the Snap! Orlando space and their latest exhibition of Duane Michals: The Portraitist. If you haven’t yet visited Snap! it’s an experience you shouldn’t miss. The current show was curated by Linda Benedict-Jones, former Curator of Photography at the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and current Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University teaching the History of Photography. This collection is the first comprehensive overview of unique portraits by this influential photographer.

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Meet the Maker: Anayansi Jones

Meet the Maker: Anayansi Jones

Amanda Jones is also known by her artist name Anayansi. An Orlando artist and ceramicist from Clearwater, and a graduate of UCF, Orlando is now where she calls home. This month she is curating her first exhibition at Mills Gallery. The show is called TREPIDATION and features artists Peterson Guerrier, PJ Svejda, Jason Littlefield, Ivelisse Perez, Scott White, and Evan Rosato. The opening is from 6-9PM and you may feel feelings if you decide to go. That’s what art does. And these locals are good at making us feel.

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Schlumberger Jewels Bedazzle

Schlumberger Jewels Bedazzle

I got to experience one of the Gulf Coast’s best museums, was able to stand inches away from Guerrilla Girls, Monet, and Kara Walker and a wander through a divine little sculpture garden after tucking into yummy butter toast and a cup of hearty tomato basil bisque. There’s so much more to this museum than I ever imagined.

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Meet the Maker: Hillary LaMountain

Meet the Maker: Hillary LaMountain

Hillary LaMountain is an illustrator based in Orlando. “My work is bright, colorful, filled with sass, and a little morbid, but in like, a cute way. Growing up, I was always obsessed with horror and all things strange, so I love incorporating those themes into my brand.”

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Gallery: Morse Museum of Art

Gallery: Morse Museum of Art

EPISODE 8: When you first think of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s work, you probably think of his famous Tiffany lamps. But what many people don’t know, is Tiffany was also famous for his glass windows, jewelry, and overall artistic style. The Morse Museum of Art in Winter Park, showcases a wide variety of Tiffany’s work.

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