Jul 212017
 
LAST CALL: Martha Hubbard Photography Exhibit at SALT Gallery

PICTURE PERFECT “POSTCARDS”:  “I am inspired by the old style of postcards and what they tell you about a place,” says photographer and celebrity chef Martha Hubbard. More than two dozen of Hubbard’s images are served up “postcard style” at SALT Gallery, located at 830 Fleming Street, in her exhibit “Postcards from the End of the Road”- on display until August 2. Hubbard’s exhibit features a glimpse at the Key West she loves: “the old houses, rusty fences, old trees, and the always-different sunsets,” she says.  Her works—printed on watercolor paper to [continue reading…]

 July 21, 2017  Posted by at 12:20 am Art, Issue #228, What To Do No Responses »
Jul 142017
 
"Tropical Summer" Paintings by Maggie Ruley

Colorful, vibrant and fun, these are the words most often used to describe the paintings of Key West artist Maggie Ruley. Ms Ruley’s upcoming show Tropical Summer highlights all the delights of mid summer here in Key West: the brilliant blue water, cloud filled skies, and island scenery. Her paintings remind us all of the joy of summer. Tropical Summer will be on exhibit at the Key West Art Center from July 14 through July 27. Join us for the opening reception Friday July 14 from 5 to 7 PM to meet the [continue reading…]

 July 14, 2017  Posted by at 12:26 am Art, Issue #227, What To Do No Responses »
Jun 302017
 
Culinary Curator Martha Hubbard Stirs Photography Pot with Exhibit at SALT Gallery:  Special Preview July 6

When local chef Martha Hubbard of Isle Cook Key West isn’t creating and curating delicious meals, she’s making and serving a fantastic array of images that reveal the island’s many special flavors.  More than two dozen of Hubbard’s images will be served up at SALT Gallery, located at 830 Fleming Street, in her exhibit “Postcards from the End of the Road,” with a special preview on Thursday, July 6 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. While celebrated for her culinary expertise and service to fine dining establishments that [continue reading…]

 June 30, 2017  Posted by at 12:26 am Art, Issue #225, What To Do No Responses »
Jun 232017
 
KWAHS Teen Camp - Pinhole Photography

Jaden Most, 11, watches Key West Art & Historical Society Teen Camp assistant instructor Lilly Magidson use a contemporary DSLR camera to photograph Pinhole Photography instructor Jodell Roberts and student Maddie Bock, 12, as they set up a pinhole camera exposure at Fort East Martello on Tuesday. Pinhole camera’s can be made from a number of materials (in this case a can) and rather than a lens, a small hole is made that light passes through to expose the photo paper, which must be placed [continue reading…]

 June 23, 2017  Posted by at 12:08 am Art, Issue #224, What To Do No Responses »
Jun 162017
 
Last Call for National Geographic Photographer Don Kincaid at SALT Gallery

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTOGRAPHER LIGHTS THE WAY TO KEY WEST’S HISTORY AND BEAUTY: “Loggerhead Light in the Dry Tortugas” and “Northwest Channel Lighthouse” are among two dozen images presented by National Geographic Photographer and local legend Don Kincaid at SALT Gallery located at 830 Fleming Street. A filmmaker and photographer for more than 40 years, Kincaid’s images document the marine habitat of the Florida Keys and the heyday of treasure-hunting, crossing “photojournalism with graphic design elements,” he says.  His images offer historic moments and colorful observations of marine [continue reading…]

 June 16, 2017  Posted by at 12:28 am Art, Issue #223, What To Do No Responses »
Jun 022017
 
Florida Keys Treasures Captured in SALT Gallery Exhibit by National Geographic Pphotographer Don Kincaid: Special Preview Party June 6

Shipwrecks, marine life, treasure—if the salt life in imagery speaks to you, SALT Gallery welcomes you to a special preview of images presented by National Geographic Photographer and local legend Don Kincaid from 6pm-8pm on Tuesday, June 6 at 830 Fleming Street. A filmmaker and photographer for more than 40 years, Kincaid’s images document the marine habitat of the Florida Keys and they heyday of treasure-hunting, crossing “photojournalism with graphic design elements,” he says.  His images offer historic moments and colorful observations of marine life [continue reading…]

 June 2, 2017  Posted by at 12:26 am Art, Issue #221, What To Do No Responses »
May 262017
 
"Key West, en Plein Air" Featured Artist Nancy Henning

The Key West Art Center is pleased to announce the opening of “Key West, en Plein Air” featuring the works of local artist Nancy Henning. Join us Friday, June 2nd from 5-7pm for the opening reception: sip a glass of wine, enjoy a lite snack, and visit with the artist. A resident since 2005 Nancy Henning has a passion for painting on the streets of Key West, in the open air. This special exhibition of her recent work bespeaks to the tropical beauty and vibrant colors of the [continue reading…]

 May 26, 2017  Posted by at 12:34 am Art, Issue #220, What To Do No Responses »
May 262017
 
Photographer Blackburn Shows Works

Local photographer Larry Blackburn will again show his photographic works on Friday, June 2nd from 6-9 pm as part of the First Friday Upper Duval Art Stroll.  The exhibit will feature new photographs of familiar sights around Key West as well as images captured in the South American country of Ecuador.  The photographs are printed on different mediums including canvas, metal, metallic paper and acrylic.  The exhibit will take place at the newest gallery in Key West, “The Salty Gallery” which is located at 1114 [continue reading…]

 May 26, 2017  Posted by at 12:32 am Art, Issue #220, What To Do No Responses »
May 262017
 
Key West Art & Historical Society ArtCamp! at Fort East Martello Offers New Sessions for Tweens and Teens aged 10-16

Youth aged 10-16 can join in on the cultural immersion fun while engaging their passion for the arts and the environment with Key West Art & Historical Society’s ArtCamp!, beginning June 12th through June 30th with three sessions: Teen Fossil Camp June 12– June 16, Pinhole Photography Camp: Technique June 19- June 23, and Pinhole Photography Camp: Creating a Body of Work June 26-June 30. The Teen Fossil Camp guides students in learning how to sculpt and cast bones working with tools in clay, plaster, [continue reading…]

 May 26, 2017  Posted by at 12:26 am Art, Issue #220, What To Do No Responses »
May 052017
 
Blackburn to Showcase Photographic Works

Local photographer Larry Blackburn will show his photographic works on Friday, May 5th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. as part of the First Friday Upper Duval Art Stroll. The exhibit will feature new photographs of familiar sights around Key West as well as images captured in the South American country of Ecuador. The photographs are printed on different mediums including canvas, metal, metallic paper and acrylic. The exhibit will take place at the newest gallery in Key West, “The Salty Gallery” which is located [continue reading…]

 May 5, 2017  Posted by at 12:29 am Art, Issue #217, What To Do No Responses »
Apr 282017
 
"Art in the Garden" Opening May 3rd, 4-6pm

The famed gardens of the Renaissance and the Enlightenment included the art masterworks as counterpoint to the natural beauty of the botanical realm. Each year, the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden on Stock Island emulates those storied sites by adding sculptural works by local artist. But while the classical gardens are usually statements about the power of humankind over nature, “Art in the Garden” emphasizes harmony with nature. Works are earth-friendly in the selection of materials (including recycled and natural “debris”) and themes. [continue reading…]

 April 28, 2017  Posted by at 12:32 am Art, Issue #216, What To Do No Responses »
Apr 282017
 
Baltimore's Award-Winning Kinetic Sculpture Float Creator Frank Conlan to Give Special Presentation on Kinetics, Friday, May 5

Award-winning kinetic sculpture float creator Frank Conlan, shown here enjoying the view from “Fiah Twuck,” a Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race creation, will appear at the Custom House Museum Friday, May 5 at 6PM for a special Key West Art & Historical Society Distinguished Speaker Series presentation, followed by a short champagne reception on the porch. The self-taught artist and Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race veteran will discuss the history of the Baltimore race, its association with the American Visionary Art Museum and some of the in’s [continue reading…]

 April 28, 2017  Posted by at 12:30 am Art, Issue #216, What To Do No Responses »
Apr 212017
 
Last Call: Cuban Master Photographer Raúl Corrales Exhibit of Rare Hemingway, Cojimar, and Cuban Revolution Images at SALT Gallery

YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION?— The work of late Master Cuban photographer Raúl Corrales is on exhibit until May 4 at SALT Gallery in Key West, featuring a portfolio of images that offer a compelling documentary and a rare opportunity for fine art collectors, Cuban history and Hemingway buffs, and photography enthusiasts alike. Included are images Corrales captured of Hemingway and his Cuban fisherman friend who inspired The Old Man and the Sea, and several from Corrales’ best-known work—the Cuban Revolution. Images like the [continue reading…]

 April 21, 2017  Posted by at 12:24 am Art, Issue #215, What To Do No Responses »
Apr 142017
 
It's National Poetry Month / Celebrating Black American Poetry

by Malcolm Willison……. The Key West Poetry Guild held its annual reading to celebrate Black American poetry at the AME Zion Church Fellowship Hall on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. It is also appropriate to consider this event as an important preliminary to the April celebration of National Poetry Month. Vicki Boguzewski, a coordinator of the Poetry Guild and organizer of this event, introduced each reader with brief relevant material on the development of Black American poetry. The first reader was Felix Pradas, who discussed the [continue reading…]

 April 14, 2017  Posted by at 12:48 am Art, Issue #214 No Responses »
Apr 142017
 
Sally Wernicoff Sculpture Show Held Over at Gildea Gallery

Local Sculptor Enjoys Big Sales with New Works in Stone Following on the tremendous success of her first one woman show, Visions in Stone, Gildea Contemporary Gallery on Southard St. has extended the show dates to allow more of Sally Wernicoff’s fans to view and purchase the unique works in alabaster, marble, and clay. “We couldn’t be happier with our sculpture,” says local art collector Sylvia Weinberg who showed up early for the opening with her husband Samy in order to get first pick of [continue reading…]

 April 14, 2017  Posted by at 12:20 am Art, Issue #214, What To Do No Responses »