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WORDS/IMAGES Selby Gallery Ringling College of Art and Design


Aug. 9 – Sept. 11, 2013 Selby Gallery, Sarasota, FL Selby Gallery I: Illustrators 55 Selby Gallery will host The Society of Illustrators 55th Annual Travel Show which features 46 pieces of the most outstanding works created throughout the year by nationally and internationally-known illustrator members. Based on the juried competition of more than 400 […]

More Things in Heaven and Earth: Paintings by Peter Stephens


March 28 – May 4, 2013
Allyn Gallup, Sarasota, FL

“The Standard Model” refers to the theory of the fundamental interactions in particle physics—an experimentally validated model that most contemporary physicists share.

The Work of Bart Johnson: Inside the Labyrinth

Bart Johnson, Sonny Boy, 11 x 14 inches, Oil on paper mounted on panel

November 10 – December 15, 2012
Mindy Solomon Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL

Bart Johnson wants to give people something they can’t see in the real world. His small-scale compositions consist of fluid, undulating, and seemingly infinite arrangements of imagined figures.

No Touching! except this guy; A conversation with an Art Preparator


A Sarasota based expert installer of fine art for numerous private clients, galleries, and museums including Ringling College’s Selby Gallery, and the Tampa Museum of Art. Sarasota Visual Art sits down with Lykoudis to introduce you to the person that IS allowed to touch the artwork!

Interview with Andrea Dasha Reich by Pamela Beck


Reich was born in the Czech Republic in 1946 to a progressive and creative family. Intellectually at odds with prevailing Communist ideologies, the family emigrated to Israel in 1960 where Reich studied at the Bezelel Academy in Jerusalem before moving to NYC in 1966. Her early success and travels as a corporate executive and designer in the fashion/textile business, exposed Reich to unusual hand crafts, exotic objects and a variety of colors and textures that later appeared in her art work.