RECEPTION: THU APR 4, 6-8PM

ART OF THE PALM

Kerry Hoeppner

Zabar Lobby Gallery

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Kerry says his art “shows people what can be made from nature’s debris, from Einstein’s bust to a bumblebee. It stirs imaginations and entertains.”

A true artist of the Keys, Kerry Hoeppner is known for his ability to turn palm fronds, coconuts and other natural bits into whimsical sculptural creations.

supported by Anne McKee Artist Fund
sponsored by Kilwins

RECEPTION: THU APR 4, 6-8PM

10,000 MEMORIES DEEP

Lisa Esposito

Zabar Project Gallery

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10,000 Memories Deep consists of mixed media images that, like dreams, are fragmented yet connected, familiar yet uncertain. In Esposito’s work, past meets present, form and color traverse time, and personal narratives prevail.

sponsored by Key TV

RECEPTION: THU APR 4, 6-8PM

THE ITINERANT PORTRAITIST: 100 + 1: PORTRAITS IN KEY WEST

Brenda Zlamany, AIR

XOJ Gallery

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Previous chapters of The Itinerant Portraitist included the Aboriginal population from Taiwan, girls from the Dar Zayed Orphanage in the United Arab Emirates, taxicab drivers in Cuba, artists in Brooklyn, and elderly and disabled people in a nursing home.


Stories are at the heart of Brenda Zlamany’s project, The Itinerant Portraitist, which is an ongoing, multiyear project in which she explores the constructive effects of portraiture in communities around the globe. This chapter of her project, “100 + 1: Portraits in Key West” features familiar Key West faces captured in photographs and watercolors created during her residency at The Studios in January 2019.

sponsored by Historic Key West Inns

RECEPTION: THU APR 4, 6-8PM

SMALL WORKS SHOW

Curated by Lemonade Stand Gallery

Sanger Gallery

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The rules of the show are simple – nothing more than 10” in any direction – but the possibilities are endless. Since it began in 2005, Lemonade Stand’s Small Works Show has become one of the most anticipated exhibitions on the island.

Last year, despite a hurricane, a record number of submissions poured in from forty-four states and sixteen countries resulting in nearly two hundred selected works on view, including those of local artists Susan Sugar, Elizabeth Chamberlain, John Martini, Lynne Bentley-Kemp, Jim Racchi and many others. The precedent has been set and with Small Works returning for its second outing at The Studios, this year’s show promises to be the best yet.

Shop the show online here, at Lemonade Stand Gallery.

sponsored by Jane Gardner Interiors and Jim Morris & Bob Wood

The Studios of Key West