Expect to find the unexpected on Monday’s, beginning on November 13th, when you arrive alongside the Verandah of Salon GW at 351 Main St. At the Pinellas Trail (across from the Dunedin Historic Museum) you will find a trio of imaginative, Local Fine Artists and a Musician doing their creative thing. The Dunedin Art Grove was conceptualized by: LisBeth Graham, Sylvia Shanahan and Linda Keene, along with Musician Sherry Somach, who wanted an outdoor venue to create and showcase their work on an otherwise “sleepy day” in downtown.
The Dunedin Art Grove concept is “Fresh, Innovative” and what Dunedin as a town really needs to prove we are an art town and provide artistic diversity” says Brady, Founding Member and former President of the Dunedin Downtown Merchants Association, and co-owner, with Walter DeFord, of the famed and creative beauty mecca, Salon GW.
“The Dunedin Art Grove artists are diverse in style and approach to their work, Items in every price range are offered to those seeking original art and gift items for friends and to bring home. Artistic styles range widely from: Impressionistic, Representational, to Fauvist, through Abstract Expressionistic and Lyrical Abstraction. Offerings include: original Works on Canvas and Paper in oil, acrylic and mixed media. Guest pickers will find prints, ceramic art, jewelry, post cards, and original gift items from the Dunedin Art Grove.
The artists are donating 10 percent of all purchases to RCS Charities- celebrating 50 years of help and hope for people in need. RCS helps families facing homelessness return to self-sufficiency, feeds the hungry, and empowers survivors of domestic violence.
A stop at the Dunedin Art Grove is sure to brighten up your Monday stroll through downtown. The Dunedin Art Grove is open from 11:00AM – 4:00PM, Monday’s only beginning November 13, 2017.
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