Composed of over two dozen of Romi's skillfully captured underwater photos, the photographer calls the two-year long project, "both a passion and a risk".
The Studios of Key West is celebrating the visions and dreams of 20 Take Stock in Children (TSiC) students. Portraits of the students by Mike Marrero show their eagerness to take responsibility for their own lives and futures. The stories about the students, their families and mentors depict their visions for themselves. The opening reception is on April 18, 2013 at 6 p.m. and the exhibition runs continuously through May 10, 2013 in the main hall.
Among other numerous awards and collections, Avis Collins Robinson was recently commissioned to create a portrait of Abraham Lincoln for Ford’s Theatre. TSKW is honored to host one of her first exhibitions, featuring painted portraiture and patchwork quilts.
Paris and Key West will collide in February at The Studios of Key West with the opening of their latest exhibition, The French Connection featuring Michele Byrne and Paul Findlay.
With his underwater project “The Sinking World”, Andreas Franke brings strange, sunken, forgotten worlds back to life and presents them in an entirely new context.
Works by 2012/13 TSKW Instructors
To help document the island's strangely undocumented bike culture, studio artist, writer and photographer Mark Hedden has captured some of Key West's more prominent bicycling icons — as well as some of the lesser known luminaries of the culture — with their bicycles.
This exhibition will include works by:Michele D. Brunschvig, Jennifer Hudgins, Carol Christine, Savannah Bassewitz, David Horn, Karen Luknis, Jane Gilbert, Gabrielle Wilson, Lucy Paige, Jane Gilbert, Judith Zabar, D.A. Snelgrove, Kathy Walters, Rita Linder, Marta Byer-White, Joan Cox, Judy Schuhlein, and David Genest.