Past Exhibitions

MAY 3-31, 2018 / EXHIBITION

SITTING IN THE SHADE, Kate Divoll

With poems and illustrations derived from her inner child, “Sitting in the Shade” is Divoll’s ode to her adolescence in key West spent hiding from the sun but basking in the island’s magic.

Supported by Anne McKee Artist Fund

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MAY 3-31, 2018 / EXHIBITION

BEACH DAY, Lucy Paige

Sunbathers of all shapes and sizes laze in the sun or play in the ocean in Paige’s “Beach Day” series, marking a departure from her previous abstract paintings. Bright, lively and charming, the work is quintessentially tropical but never kitschy.

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MAY 3-31, 2018 / EXHIBITION

SIGHTS UNSEEN, Rick Worth

The perennial winner of “Best Artist” awards, Rick Worth is among the defining Key West artists of his generation, and likely the most productive. From his “shingle paintings”, which frame snippets of old Town architecture on fragments of metal roofs, to the dozens of murals bearing the signature all across the island, Worth is a fountain of creativity. For this not-to-be missed event, Worth fills the gallery with recent work and installation-size paintings.

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APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

VINTAGE SIMONTON STREET: 1960s, Wayne Garcia

Garcia carries on the tradition of his teacher and mentor Mario Sanchez – colorful, shallow relief sculptures etched in wood – depicting his childhood in Key West.

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APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

Esy Casey

Former Artist in Residence, Esy Casey, showcases recent video work highlighting her time spent in Key West.

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APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

WHERE YOU ARE, Victoria Mata

Victoria’s work deals loosely in the language of landscape in order to reveal a more private emotional space, at times pushing entirely away from recognizable landmarks into the world of pure form and color. The pieces in this series are built up from many obscured layers to create a sensual terrain, enriched by a complex history.

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APR 5-26, 2018 / EXHIBITION

WOMAN, Simone Lasswell & Janet Mueller

Lasswell’s ceramic torsos and Mueller’s semi-abstract paintings and mixed media sculptures serve as a dual meditation on spirituality, sensuality and the feminine. Mueller’s vibrant colors feels like they’re drawn from natural pigments, and her surfaces impacted by elemental forces: water, air, heat and gravity. Lasswell’s sculptures reveal a dancer’s awareness of her body in all of its earthy physicality.

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MAR 1-18, 2018 / EXHIBITION

Mud-Pi Ceramics Club

This curated exhibit of work from FKCC’s Mud-Pi Ceramic Club coincides with their annual benefit on Sunday, March 11.

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MAR 1-29, 2018 / EXHIBITION

Judi Bradford

A former cartoonist, occasional parade organizer and ongoing designer of hats and accessories, Bradford’s ink and watercolor sketches capture the essence — and absurdity — of our island home.

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MAR 1-29, 2018 / EXHIBITION

FOUR VEWS, David Genest, Jane Gilbert, Kathy Walters, and Judith Zabar

These four artists came together in 2012 through a shared interest in abstract art, and have enjoyed a collaborative relationship critiquing each other’s work. They have found that their common interest in abstract expressive painting influences their individual work, whether it be in portraiture, still life, landscape, or collage. This show of recent work reveals a diversity of approaches as each artist pursues the adventure of making art.

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The Studios of Key West