November 4 – November 15, 2011
PAC invites the public to view paintings based on the artist’s personal history and desire to contribute something to the history of art.
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October 18-November 16, 2011
New Works on display at the Englewood Art Center, opening reception October 22
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Also tagged Abstract, Art, Art Center, Bahamas and Central America, Canadian School of Non-toxic Printmaking in Alberta, Caribbean, Englewood Art Center, Environmentally Sensitive Lands Oversight Council, Friends of Myakka River State Park, Jean Blackburn, Myakka River State Park, Painting Sarasota, ringling college of art and design, Sarasota, University of Oregon, Village of Longboat Key
Sarasota Visual Arts summary report of exhibitions and events for the upcoming weekend. This features the weekend of Friday, September 23 through Sunday, September 25.
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Also tagged Alexander Archipendko, Barnum and Bailey circus, Clothesline, Englewood Art Center, Erik Groff, Florida, fundraiser, Hadley Martin Fisher, illest of illustration, illustrator, ringling college of art and design, Ringling Museum of Art, Robert Doisneau, Sarasota, St. Petersburg Museum of fine art, SYNTAX, Tampa Museum of Art, Walker Evans, William Gropper, Word of Mouth