Annual Fall Members Show
In-Gallery & Online: September 1 - October 1
This bi-annual exhibit of STAAA members features a variety of works by emerging, seasoned and professional artists.
View the award winning works in the following slideshow (when announced at 7:00pm), and browse the full exhibit down below. All works are for sale unless listed otherwise.
You can also experience the Annual Honors Show in-person by visiting the gallery: Tuesdays through Sundays, 12:00 – 4:00 PM.
The Annual Fall Members Show is generously Sponsored by:
Thank you to our Award Sponsors:
Programs & Exhibits of the St. Augustine Art Association are funded in part by grants from the the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, the St. Johns County Cultural Council, and the Community Foundation of Northeast Florida.
View the full exhibit below. Works are listed in random order, but can be sorted by using the drop-down menu below. For details on a piece or to make a purchase, click on the artwork image or the artwork title. For a listing of all works in the Annual Fall Members Show by a specific artist, click on the artist’s name below the artwork image. For a listing of all works in the Annual Fall Members Show of a specific medium (sculpture, for example), click on the medium below the artwork image.
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Exhibition Judge - Nofa Dixon
Nofa Dixon, assistant professor emerita at the University of North Florida, has been an art educator, a professional artist and an active member of the Jacksonville Community for several decades. She served as Curator of Education at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville for twelve years prior to becoming a faculty member in the Department of Art and Design at UNF where she taught drawing, painting and design classes. She served as an Artist-in-Residence for Duval County Schools, 1997-1999, and in 1998 was awarded the Art Educator of the Year by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.
Although she was trained as a painter, for years Dixon worked as a sculptor using clay, found objects and mixed media to achieve finished forms and unique surfaces. These forms and unique surfaces became her identity and have earned many honors and a great deal of recognition. These clay forms have been represented in many galleries throughout the United States and are included in hundreds of private, public and corporate collections, both nationally and internationally.