Currently on view:
With four newly installed exhibitions to show off, we’re offering a limited number of guests first crack at seeing them when they open Thursday, March 4. We’re only allowing 10 guests at a time into the building – so there’ll be plenty of room for everyone to spread out and stay safe. Start with a drink on the roof, and then make your way through the galleries (socially distanced, of course).
Spaces are extremely limited, so if you’re interested, you must pre-register for one of the following blocks of time:
5:00-5:30pm Register This time slot is full. You may click the link to place your name on a wait list or select another time.
5:30-6:00pm Register This time slot is full. You may click the link to place your name on a wait list or select another time.
6:00-6:30pm Register This time slot is full. You may click the link to place your name on a wait list or select another time.
6:30-7:00pm Register This time slot is full. You may click the link to place your name on a wait list or select another time.
Florida Prize finalist Robert Aiosa is a sculptor whose primary practice is wood-working, with the attention to detail and craftsmanship you’d expect from a woodworker. As an artist, however, he turns his focus on the built environment, to understand how buildings and neighborhoods are planned and transition over time.
made possible by the Tom Majors Fund
sponsored by Truman & Company Real Estate
Zabar Project Gallery
Self-taught artist Siegert utilizes her background in art therapy and social work to mine traditional figure and portraiture for glimmers of emotional depth and intimacy. Her acrylic and charcoal works capture the inner voice of her female subjects.
Orisha: The Lost Saints is a photo series exploring the disappearing Santeria religion from the Florida Key through large format portraits of locals recast as the saints they best represent. Large scale images shed a light in the fading tradition.
Zabar Lobby Gallery
Katlin Spain pieces shapes of color together into large scale oil paintings influenced by her time spent in Key West. Bushes of bright flowers overflow from fenced yards, ripe fruit dangles from stems, and palms and poincianas overlap each other, covering the view above with different shades of green and vermillion.
sponsored by Ambrosia Bed & Breakfast