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22 MARINE ST., ST. AUGUSTINE, FL 32084 | (904) 824-2310

Exhibition

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  • Wandering Highway

    Acrylic by Pamela Bell (16in. x 20in.)
    "For 450 years, Castillo De San Marcos Fort has been the wondering Highway and cultural intersection of St. Augustine. It has tragic and triumphant stories from Native Americans, African Americans, men, and women from several countries."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $150.00 Buy now
  • Abandoned

    Photography by Daniel Ashe (19in. x 24in.)
    "The Greater Mount Zion Church, located in Rodney, Mississippi, is one of a few remaining structures from what was once a thriving river port town on the Mississippi River. Incorporated in 1828, the town grew to 500 residents and was an important shipping port during the Civil War. After the river changed course and a fire destroyed much of the town, Rodney was subject to frequent flooding and was largely abandoned over time. Rodney reflects the hardship of life along the Great River, and when this photo was taken, the river had reclaimed some of the land where the church still stands. Although Rodney, MS is mostly considered a ghost town, eight residents still call it home."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $695.00 Buy now
  • Ascension

    Photography by Daniel Ashe (19in. x 24in.)
    "This spiral staircase reflects the Shaker belief that all design should be both sturdy and simple, ultimately functional and spiritually evoking. The staircase was supposedly designed and built without any written notes and winds three floors to resolve at a dome at the top filled with natural light, symbolizing spiritual elevation into enlightenment. Hidden from view is a complex under-structure to support the intended illusion of simplicity, considered to be a sacred pursuit in the Shaker way of life. Photographed in Harrodsburg, KY."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $685.00 Buy now
  • Saint Augustine Lighthouse

    Pastels by Helene Alland (12in. x 15in.)
    "This is a plein air piece that had some final adjustments in my studio. The vantage point was from the pier at the boat launch across the street."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $300.00 Buy now
  • Ignore Ignorance

    Acrylic and paper elements by Gerald Branch (36in. x 36in.)
    "Ignorance, deliberate or not, contributes to misrepresentations and various forms of prejudice based upon not taking the time to investigate truths vs. untruths that fuel ignorance and inhumane treatment. This image is an example."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $2,000.00 Buy now
  • It Must Be Said

    Acrylic, paper, pencil by Gerald Branch (36in. x 36in.)
    "This piece encourages the viewer to make time to understand and appreciate the substance and life circumstances of people in general in order to form a basis to respect and appreciate others."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $2,000.00 Buy now
  • Deeper Attributes

    Acrylic, pencil, watercolor, paper imagery by Gerald Branch (36in. x 36in.)
    "A person should not be defined by stereotypes formed as a result of misunderstanding, misinterpretation, or misrepresentation of culturally influenced choices."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $2,500.00 Buy now
  • Patriot

    Watercolor by Diane Bradley (17in. x 21in.)
    "I love using textures and shapes to define light and shadow."
    Artwork purchased online can be picked up AFTER the exhibit ends, on or after August 25, 2024 -- or shipped to the buyer (ALL SHIPPING COSTS TO BE PAID BY THE BUYER). 
    $200.00 Buy now

The St. Augustine Art Association is partially funded by grants from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, the St. Johns Cultural Council, the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida‘s Crisp-Ellert Fund, and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Benjamin & Jean Troemel Arts Foundation.

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