Jun 092017

“Deep in the Woods” by Firdavs Yuldashev.

“Brother” by Hanna Antonides.

On May 31, the Key West Art Center was honored to bestow the 2017 Martha Watson Sauer Scholarship on two talented graduating seniors: Hanna Antonides and Firdavs Yuldashev. Both of these young artists are dedicated and impassioned individuals; Hanna has volunteered extensively with One World One Canvas and Firdavs has won numerous national, regional, and state awards for animation and illustration. Their talent speaks best for itself through their work: “Brother” by Hanna is done in watercolor & ink and “Deep in the Woods” by Firdavs is a colored pencil on black paper.

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