A SEXY Problem To Have Wednesday, July 25
Studio Zsa Zsa LaPree showcases erotic art
Country Crooner Wednesday, July 11
The singer, whose new album Top Shelf is “a musical kaleidoscope—a whirl of celebration, heartbreak, the sweet pain of love and the comfort of faith’s embrace,” won Season 7 of Boyd appears …
Between Allegory and Issue Wednesday, July 4
Words are hard to find when you find yourself in the presence of an artist who isn’t simply evolving their language, but who is actively leveling up.
Creating Marvelous Wednesday, June 27
Marcie Wallace is called by God to make art
Fashion Forward Wednesday, June 13
For Jax-based artist and designer Gwen Meking, sustainable is the most haute look
History in the Making Wednesday, June 13
Juneteenth is the annual celebration of the freeing of enslaved people in Texas on June 19, 1865 ... word traveled slowly of General Robert E. Lee's April 9, 1865 surrender.
Art Is Life Wednesday, June 6
Nevelson once famously said, “my work is a mirror of my consciousness” insomuch as that is true for any artist, Nevelson is remarkable for the position she occupies as one of the four …
Waves in Sunshine Thursday, May 31
Gary Monroe discusses the legacy of the self-taught African-American painters of Florida landscapes, who have helped define art in the Sunshine State for more than 50 years.
PlayPlay for Real Real Wednesday, May 30
The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum's current multimedia exhibition PlayPlay explores the roles games play in human development from childhood into adulthood.
Luminous Light Wednesday, May 23
These works are of special interest to First Coast residents-most range from the late 1880s to the 1970s and depict the local landscape.