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MartinArts magazine


JANE DOGGETT Thomas Winter

mARTies 2014

ArtsFest 2014

Bigger & Better!


Welcome to the Arts Council Team...

Fall brought some change to the Arts T heCouncil in an effort to be more supportive of

our diverse arts community. The management of ArtsFest, our annual arts festival and fund raising event, is back in house, with Clint Starling as Events & Sponsorship Manager. He will be working year-round to cultivate our events, social media and sponsorship support. Clint is a graduate of Martin County high school and Stetson University. Recently he has been a strong advocate for the issues facing the St Lucie River having organized several rallies last summer. He is one of the co-founders of the Lounge Series, designed to be an entertaining evening for people under 35 in Stuart! We’ve also added a part-time position to focus on two of our key mission-related programs: Arts Education and the Court House Cultural Center Galleries. Jennifer Hearn is a graduate of South Fork High School and FAU, majoring in Elementary Education. She has worked with Stuart Art Supply and many of our local artists for years and is an active volunteer in a local Parent Teacher Association. So, the next time you stop by the Court House Cultural Center, please say “hi” to Jennifer and Clint. They have added a new and refreshing dynamic to our long-standing team… Karen Barnes, Elaine Keller and Judy Walker. Working together with our many volunteers and board members, we can continue the legacy we started in 1980. Lisa P Young, Chairman Nancy K Turrell, Executive Director The Arts Council of Martin County 80 E. Ocean Boulevard, Stuart FL 34994 772-287.6676 • Fax: 288.5301 General email: info@martinarts.org Web address: MartinArts.org


Lisa P. Young, Chairperson Tom Winter, Chair-Elect Mary Ann Loomis, Vice Chair Nicki Schoonover, Secretary Neil Capozzi, Treasurer Matt Hollister, Member at Large Deborah Owens, Member at Large Jim Simoneau, Past Chairman


Lynne Barletta Roni Bartolini Hank Gonzalez Marie Jureit-Beamish Robert Kilbride Tim Kimes Sheila Kurtz Richard Levenstein Malia Schramm Nancy Scully

EX-OFFICIO DIRECTORS Mayor Eula Clarke City of Stuart Commissioner Anne T. Scott Martin County Rebecca Negron Martin County School Board


Nancy K. Turrell Executive Director Judy Walker Communications Coordinator Elaine Keller Community Relations Coordinator Karen L. Barnes Finance & Operations Manager Clint Starling Events & Sponsorship Manager Jennifer Hearn Arts Education, CHCC Galleries

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The mARTies Awards are recognizing many people who are dedicated to the cultural life of our community. Our profiles this edition feature three of the named award recipients who were honored at the February 13 event.

Jane Davis Doggett:

Thomas Winter

mARTies 2014 Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award


ane Davis Doggett, an internationally acclaimed graphic designer, is one of the pioneering women artists to have trained at the Yale School of Art and Architecture during its modernist heyday. Her colorful and comprehensive thematic graphic identity and wayfinding systems now enliven many public complexes, including 40 international airport projects — more than any other designer in the world. Doggett has received acclaim for her designs on an international scale with her work published in Italy, Japan, Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. In her later years she has returned to her artistic roots, exploring how color, geometry, and literature combine to express philosophically profound truths. Her work was recently on display at the Elliott Museum with artists Albers and Welliver. Doggett was on the founding board of directors for the Arts Council, and worked diligently to foster arts awareness in our community in the 1980’s and really, ever since. She works with the Town of Jupiter Island and their arts-related activities.

Ron Hart:

mARTies 2014 Arts Leadership Award


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ntrepreneur and business owner, music advocate, downtown promoter, musician, and landscaper. Ron Hart’s rock-and-roll attitude has shaped his approach to his business and volunteer life. Often referred to as Stuart’s Cultural Ambassador, Ron has promoted more than 60 shows on the Riverwalk Stage through the Rockin’ Riverwalk Music Series and works closely with both the Downtown Business Association and Stuart Main Street. Staying true to his passions, Ron’s current business ventures, Terra Fermata and Earthtones have an eclectic, rocking vibe which adds to the artistic culture of our historic downtown.

Bridget Glass:

mARTies 2014 Excellence in Arts Education Award


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ridget Glass was born in New York City and moved to South Florida as a teenager where she attended Lincoln Park Academy and earned a Bachelors of Music degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University. She attended Florida Atlantic University as a Masters of Arts Degree candidate. Ms. Glass has been a Music Educator for 9 years and has sung professionally since the age of 16. She is a proud member of the Florida Vocal Association. While choral director at Stuart Middle School she has grown the choral program from 55 students to 146. Among her many accomplishments are having the greatest number of boys enrolled as compared to the middle school choral programs in Martin County. Her students have participated in many community projects and outreach, supporting Music Education throughout the country.

ArtsFest 2014

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Downtown Stuart will be alive with the arts as ArtsFest arrives to showcase creativity of all kinds. 10-7 Saturday 10-5 Sunday


rtsFest is the Treasure Coast’s most beloved and bestattended event showcasing fine artists hailing from throughout the country in a juried art show, and talented musicians with local and regional followings. Beautiful Memorial Park will be transformed once again into a celebration of the arts. ArtsFest 2014 promises to bring a new interpretation of the nearly 30 year old event with several new and exciting initiatives. The ArtsFest After Dark kickoff party on Friday, March 14th 7:00 – 11:00 pm will feature live bands, good food and craft beers to get the festival off to a more energetic start this year. The Local Artists’ Tent is a new feature that will give south Florida the ability to showcase all the great artistic talent in the area! This feature is sure to bring some exciting new art into the show! New food! That’s right foodies, ArtsFest 2014 will have a whole new focus on gourmet foods! The food, beer and recreation area centered around our main stage will feature many local restaurants and food trucks serving up the best of the best on the treasure coast from artichokes to authentic Mexican tacos! Of course, in keeping with ArtsFest great tradition there will be plenty of craft beers and fantastic wines! Take a break from shopping, kick back and have a bite to eat with a beer while enjoying a performance from our wonderful entertainment line-up on the big stage. However, the music doesn’t stop there; roving musicians will be filling the park with fun and excitement so keep an eye, or ear, open for an impromptu performance while browsing through over 100 artists’ booths.

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Irish Brunch

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These are just a few examples of the many new and exciting additions to this well established event. ArtsFest 2014 will be the 28th year that the Treasure Coast has come together to celebrate the arts in our area and it is shaping up to be the biggest and best ArtsFest yet!

Thomas Winter

ArtsFest 2014 arrives just in time for St. Patty’s Day weekend this year and we have just the thing to get you’re celebration started properly; Sunday morning Irish Brunch! The stage will be filled with Irish step dancing girls and the Rowdy Micks Irish Band while VIP attendees will be filled with delicious Irish food and beverages! This separate VIP ticket will include: the brunch, park entrance and VIP access all day.

Thomas Winter


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ArtsFest 2014: Osprey & Mangrove POSTERS & T-SHIRTS to feature the work of Amber Moran at ArtsFest 2014!

The artwork selected for ArtsFest tells a story about our community. This year a piece was sought that visually expressed the fragile nature of our local ecosystem and the flora and fauna that are dependant upon it. We are very excited to be working with Amber Moran, a young and flourishing local artist who is developing a following. See her and 100+ other artists at ArtsFest… and buy what inspires you!

Amber Moran:

Featured ArtsFest Artist Amber Moran said: “I am honored and excited to have been asked to be this year’s ArtsFest featured artist. I have been passionate about and inspired by both the art world and our natural environment since I was a young girl. I am motivated to show viewers our surroundings here in Florida in a different approach using watercolors and ink, whether it be related to the ocean or in the wild. In this Osprey and Mangrove piece I created for this year’s event, I wanted to simply portray a scene we all know well here on the Treasure Coast, and would make us think of home.” Amber enjoys studying marine life not only to enhance her artwork but to inspire her boys who already have a love for the ocean to also have a love for coastal conservation as they grow older. Amber lives in Stuart with her husband and two young boys.

Amber M. Moran Custom Artwork, LLC. 561-512-1391 • http://www.ambermmoran.com

Become an ArtsFest Patron...

ArtsFest - March 15 & 16 Memorial Park • Stuart, FL

Enjoy VIP status and $250 of Fine Art of Your Choice!

To celebrate the 27th anniversary of ArtsFest, the Arts Council of Martin County is continuing the ArtsFest Patron Program. Designed to encourage purchases from participating artists, the ArtsFest Patron Program is modeled on other successful programs at festivals throughout Florida.

Give Yourself the Gift of Art!

• Make a contribution of $350.00 • Each patron will receive $250.00 in ArtsFest Patron Dollars. These can be spent with any of the 150 ArtsFest artists during the two days of ArtsFest, March 15 & 16, 2013. • Patrons will receive a variety of VIP perks during the weekend, including: • Access to the VIP tent at ArtsFest, all day, March 15 & 16 for 2 people • Receive 1 parking pass for VIP parking (available on a first come, first served basis) • Two invitations to the Pre-ArtsFest sponsor party, • Name recognition on signage at ArtsFest • Recognition in the June edition of MartinArts Magazine

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Email: p Enclosed is a check payable to: The Arts Council of Martin County in the amount of $

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p Sorry, I cannot participate this year. Please accept my contribution of $

ArtsFest Patron Programs

TEN WOMEN IN ART: Personal Baggage


At the Court House Cultural Center through April 11, 2014; Gallery hours Tues-Fri 10-4, Sat 11-3; Special ArtsFest Hours, Sat/Sun 10-4

e assume it’s best to travel light. Someone has to carry the bags; someone has to store them and they can be unwieldy and hard to move around. Maybe there simply isn’t enough room for it all. If you’re packing steamer trunks full of baggage physically and metaphorically speaking that could cost you. Experience, too, can be its own kind of baggage. It is as unique as our genes, our memories, our behaviors, our capacity for humor, folly, wisdom; our latent capacities for courage, cruelty, change and selflessness; our threshold for pain, joy and outrage; our memories, our loves.

TEN WOMEN IN ART are celebrating 30 years as an organization, having had their first exhibit in 1984. Nancy Dillen, Ellen Pavlakos, and Susan Martin are founding members, so the membership has changed through the years. “We’ve met some wonderful women artists during those thirty years. We’ve celebrated successes and shared tragedies, both personal and professional. We enjoy one another’s company so much that we often find it difficult to discuss the business of the group rather than art. There is a bond, a common passion that unites us, as corny as that sounds. And producing art is a solitary activity so we welcome the shared time together,” stated Susan Martin. 1










1. Becky Beerensson 2. Marilyn Cook 3. Nancy Dillen 4. Lydia Nelson Friedland 5. Carol Garutti 6. Grace Leal 7. Susan Martin 8. Ellen Pavlakos 9. Nancy Seib 10. Jean Thomas

Advertise your business in the MartinArts Magazine! Publishes in February, June & October | Deadline: 10th of the month prior to publication Full Page: 5” w x 8” h: $500, Half Page – 5” w x 4” h: $300, Quarter Page – Horizontal – 5” w x 1.75” h: $175 Quarter Page – Vertical – 2.5” w x 4” t: $175 All ads are Full Color CMYK, 300 dpi. Deadline for MartinArts is the 10th of the month prior to publication (January, May & September). For Arts Council members, 10% discount to magazine rates applies. A 20% discount applies if all three editions are selected in a year. Camera-ready art or digital files (jpeg or pdf format) must be submitted by publication deadline.

New Public Art: Colorado Avenue, Florida Water Bird Sculptures THE CITY OF STUART is proposing a new public art installation as part of the City of Stuart’s Centennial Celebration. Along with private donations, the City has requested funding from the NEA for this project which will commission wildlife artist Geoffrey C. Smith to sculpt six (6) Florida Water Birds. The “Florida Water Bird Sculptures” will welcome residents and visitors to our beautiful waterfront community. The placement of the centerpiece sculpture in the traffic circle at the intersection of Colorado Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard will join the three districts: the traditional African American community/East Stuart Main Street, the historic Downtown and the US 1 Corridor. Stay tuned as this artistic project develops!


Georgia Abood’s Alizarin Crimson Art Studio 2611 SE Ocean Blvd., Cedar Pointe Plaza, Stuart 772.287.7030 • www.alizarincrimsonstudio.com glabood@aol.com A professional teaching facility for artists of all levels. Along with Georgia Abood, our exceptionally talented teaching staff also includes: Kate Wood, Kevin Hutchinson and Jennifer Pollack. All levels, all ages. Oil painting supplies and frames are also available at the studio. Morning and afternoon classes 6 days a week. For class schedule, prices and up-coming exhibits please go to our website. You can also visit us on Facebook. Artists are available for commissions, portraits, murals; all subjects. Art Gumbo 4745 SE DeSoto Ave., Stuart (Port Salerno) •772.210.2950 Carolyn@artgumbo.biz www.artgumbo.biz Fine art and craft gallery featuring local artists’ work in painting, sculpture, glass, textiles, pottery, photography, jewelry, and giftware. Art Gumbo is located in the Port Salerno area of Stuart at the Fish House Art Center, an art colony of candycolored art studios on the boardwalk of the Manatee Pocket, surrounded by more than five lovely restaurants. Classes are also offered. Open year ‘round, Wed.- Sun. Noon – 6 PM. (Closed Mon & Tues). ART-TEE-DA!!! 307 Colorado Ave., Stuart • 772.600.5235 artteeda@gmail.com, ART-TEE-DA.com ART•TEE•DA!!! is an American Fine Art and Fine Craft Gallery located in historic downtown Stuart, Florida just north of Confusion Corner. In addition to fabulous original paintings, giclees, photography and sculptures, ART•TEE•DA!!! features hand-crafted fiber art, table art, ceramics, pottery, garden art, stained and hand-blown glass, writing instruments and unique jewelry, all “homegrown in America”. Open 7 days a week during season (November 1st through April 30th):Monday - Saturday: 11 AM - 6 PM; Sunday: noon - 4 PM. Summer hours (May 1st through October 31st): Tuesday - Saturday: 11 AM -6 PM; Sunday: noon - 4 PM; Mondays: available by appointment or serendipity. Facebook.com/ArtTeeDa Artist Framing Gallery 1052 NE Country Way, Jensen Beach 772.225.2500 • aristframinggallery.com Located in a home, the gallery has 40 feet of hanging space and a full service professional frame shop. We host monthly art shows, details posted on our website. The Jensen Beach Art League meets October- April. Space is available for teaching and art demonstrations. Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10-4; closed Wednesday. Monday and Saturday by chance or appointment. Contact Marilee Lee for more information. Artists For A Cause 2688 SE Willoughby Blvd, Suite B. Stuart 772.419.8778 • www.A4AC.org Artists for a Cause creates professional and educational opportunities for visual and performing artists whenever their art is being used for community improvement. We take on issues like poverty, health concerns, and support culture at the same time. As an artist, donor, or volunteer, you can join us in creatively building better communities. Visit www.a4ac.com today! Hours: 10 AM – 5 PM, Mon-Fri.

Bamboo Beach Gallery 3836 SE Dixie Hwy (Country Club Plaza)Stuart 772.359.6221 • codypic@aol.com Specializing in “Highwaymen” paintings for 14 years; now at this new location in Stuart. We also carry vintage art of various disciplines, sculpture, antiques and designer costume jewelry. We accept consignments and also handle entire estate liquidations. Owner: Hamilton McQueen (Cody) Hours: Every day of week including Sunday, 10:30 – 4:00 PM; Thursday by chance. Call if coming any distance. Blue Water Editions Gallery 4665 SE Dixie Hwy, Stuart • 772.286.0484, 772.600.2513 • www.bluewatereditions.com Blue Water Editions’ gallery exhibits and sells limited edition prints by a select group of emerging and established artists and photographers. Our art consultants work with individuals, from first-time buyers to seasoned collectors, businesses, and interior designers on corporate and residential art projects. Clay Habit Studio 1811 NE Mango Terrace, Jensen Beach • 772.341.1334 www.clayhabitsupply.com • miasclaysupply@aol.com Clay Habit Studio/ Natures Way, a one stop, full service, working / teaching studio. Facilitating / distributor for all your pottery supply needs, clay, glaze and more. Ample studio space, fully-equipped production area. Patrons welcome to come for the day, or attend regularly scheduled classes, basic to advanced. Workshops year ‘round “Come Clay With Us”. Tues-Fri 10 AM-6 PM and/or by appt.; Sat 10 AM -2 PM Court House Cultural Center 80 East Ocean Boulevard, Stuart • 772.287.6676 www.martinarts.org • info@martinarts.org Managed by the Arts Council of Martin County, the Court House Cultural Center Gallery hosts fine art exhibitions.Designed in the art deco style and built in 1937, as a federal Public Works Administration project, the building was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1997. Tues-Fri, 10 AM – 4 PM; Sat 11 AM -2 PM F-R Fine Arts, Inc. 2514 SE Willoughby Boulevard, Stuart 772.223.0032 frfinearts@gmail.com www.frfinearts.com F-R Fine Arts, Inc. gallery and studio is owned and cheerfully managed by Sharon Raab. Currently offered are still life, oil and pastel painting classes continuing most of the year, and life drawing studio January through March. We are open by appointment. Geoffrey C. Smith Galleries 47 W. Osceola St., Stuart • 772.283.8336 www.geoffreysmith.com, neil@geoffreysmith.com The Geoffrey C. Smith Galleries offers unparalleled wildlife artistry, crafting bronze sculptures featured locally, such as the “Stuart Sailfish.” His works exhibit evanescent glimpses of the natural world, transforming them into eternal, stately pieces as timeless and evocative as the ancient lost-wax casting method utilized in their creation. Hours: Mon-Sun, 11 AM-4 PM or by appointment.

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Marsh Rabbit Gallery 3216 NE Maple Ave., Jensen Beach • 772.225.5005 www.marshrabbit.com • bonneyschermerhorn@gmail. com Marsh Rabbit Gallery in the pink house (built in 1913) in downtown Jensen Beach displays and retails local artists. Each month in “Season” begins with a First Thursday reception for current featured artists. Tues-Sat. 10 am – 4 pm and Thurs nights, and by appointment. Summer hours: June 1 – Sept; Th 12-9 PM; Fri 9-4 PM; Sat 10-3 PM, or by Appointment, 225-3094. Mimi McCallum Studio & Gallery 3748 SE Ocean Blvd., Sewalls Point, Stuart, FL 772.341.1021 www.mimimccallum.com • mimi@mimimcallum.com In Harbour Bay Plaza, Sewall’s Point, it is a working/gallery studio with opportunities to enjoy classes, guest artists, and Mimi’s work. Mon-Sat, 11-6 PM. Molly’s House Gallery 430 SE Osceola Street, Stuart • 772.223.6659 www.mollyshouse.org • lmurtaugh@mollyshouse.org Molly’s Gallery hosts local artists each month in a variety of mediums. The exhibit area covers three floors of the Victorian style house. The Gallery is open daily from 10 AM – 7 PM. On the first Thursday of each month, a reception is held for the artists from 5:30-7 PM. Vicki Villa Fine Art/Peter’s Gallery 3750 SE Ocean Blvd., Stuart 772.286.0696 petersgallery@comcast.net, VickiVillaFineArt.com Nestled between the Indian and St. Lucie rivers in Harbour Bay Plaza at Sewall’s Point, Peter’s Gallery is a collection of visual works that include fine art originals, watercolor and sculpture. The gallery’s pieces capture a variety of imagery and feelings, from the southern tropics to classical style. 11-5 PM Tues-Sat &or by appt. The Pottery of Carlee Weston & Friends 344 Alice Avenue, Stuart • 772.692.3586 www.carleeweston.com • carlee@carleeweston.com We are a group studio and Gallery. We offer classes in Clay Art and Using the Potter’s Wheel. Rental space is available for visiting potters. Stuart Art Supply & Studio/The Artist’s Nook 43-45 Kindred St., Stuart • 772.220.4500 neil.capozzi@gmail.com • www.stuartartsupply.com The Artists’ Nook at Stuart Art Supply exhibits work by local artists and art education. The studio gallery offers art classes and workshops. Stuart Coffee Company Café & Gallery 55 Flagler Avenue, Stuart • 772.600.8243 stuartcoffeeco@aol.com Take a stroll through the Stuart Coffee Company & Gallery and check out our unique artwork from locally established and new, up and coming artists. The gallery walls feature mediums in oil, acrylic, watercolor and multimedia. Coffee, food, art, beer & wine, all at the Stuart Coffee Company - Café & Gallery. Located next to the Lyric Theater in historic downtown Stuart.

Cultural Venues Audubon of Martin County, Inc. 621 SE Palm Beach Rd., Stuart 772.288.2637 • www.http://audubonmartincounty.org Audubon of Martin County & Possum Long Nature Center. A 4.7-acre urban forest in the heart of Stuart with walking trails, butterfly garden, restored wetlands, historic structures, an extensive natural history library, bird art and more. The Barn Theatre 2400 E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart 772.287.4884 • www.barn-theatre.com The Barn is a 169-seat community theatre celebrating its 40th anniversary. It is the oldest Community Theatre on the Treasure Coast. They present 6 main stage productions of plays or musicals from September - June, as well as several special events throughout the year. The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast 1706 NE Indian River Dr. • 772.225.7575 www.childrensmuseumtc.org The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast is a hands-on, interactive safe learning environment located in Indian Riverside Park, Jensen Beach. Court House Cultural Center & Gallery 80 E Ocean Boulevard • Historic Downtown Stuart 772.287.6676 • www.martinarts.org Managed by the Arts Council serving Stuart and Martin County, the Court House Cultural Center Gallery hosts fine art exhibitions. Designed in the art deco style and built in 1937, as a federal Public Works Administration project, the building was added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1997. Elliott Museum 825 NE Ocean Blvd. • 772.225.1961 www.elliottmuseumfl.org A museum of Art, History, and Technology that blends traditional museum experiences with interactive exhibits designed to enhance visitors understanding of the Treasure Coast, its rich history and cultural value. Hours: Monday-Sunday, 10 AM – 5 PM Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center 890 NE Ocean Blvd., Stuart 772.225.0505 • www.floridaocean.org Located on Hutchinson Island, and situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon, the 57 acre parcel houses the Society’s headquarters, nature trails, 750,000-gallon Game Fish Lagoon, Children’s Activity Pavilion, Sea Star Touch-Tank Pavilion, Rays on the Reef Ray Pavilion and the Frances Langford Visitors Center. 10 AM- 5 pm Mon.-Sat.; noon-4 PM Sun. $10 adults, $5 children ages 3-12, Children under 3 Free, Members Free. House of Refuge Museum at Gilbert’s Bar MacArthur Blvd, Hutchinson Island, Stuart 772.225.1875 • http://www.elliottmuseumfl.org/p/20 Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the House of Refuge, built in 1875, is Martin County’s oldest building and once served as a refuge for shipwreck victims along our rocky coastline. The House is now a museum operated by the Historical Society of MartinCounty.

Lighthouse ArtsCenter 373 Tequesta Dr., Tequesta • 561.746.3101 www.lighthousearts.org As northern Palm Beach County’s oldest and largest visual arts museum, the Lighthouse ArtCenter is a two-building operation featuring a stand-alone school of art with classes for children and adults, beginner though professional levels; a popular summer camp for kids ages 4-12; and diverse and educational exhibits. Hours: Mon-Fri 10 AM – 4 PM; Sat. 10-2 PM. Lyric Theatre 59 SW Flagler Ave., Historic Downtown Stuart 772.286.7827 www.lyrictheatre.com For over three quarters of a century, the Lyric Theatre has played a leading role in bringing quality entertainment to the Treasure coast. Built as a silent movie house in 1926, the restored Lyric attracts more than 80,000 theatergoers annually for a full slate of concerts, shows and cultural events. The Lyric is on the National Register of Historic Places. Road to Victory Museum 319 SE Stypmann Blvd., Stuart • 772.692.0302 http://www.roadtovictorymilitarymuseum.org StarStruck Theatre 2101 S. Kanner Hwy. Stuart • 772.283.7787 www.StarStruckFL.com StarStruck Theatre celebrates its 13th season providing the Treasure Coast with top quality theatrical productions. StarStruck boasts a 203 seat state-of-the-art theatre where every seat is great! Take classes in our award winning academy, rent the theatre for your next party or fund-raiser or buy tickets to a great show! Stuart Heritage Museum 161 SW Flagler Ave., Historic Downtown Stuart 772.220.4600 www.stuartheritage.org

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Programs/Organizations Art Associates of Martin County 772.283.3146 www.artassociatesmartinco.com AAMC provides the opportunity for local artists to gather, share and learn in a supportive atmosphere. Our aim is to assist and encourage creativity in the arts for our members. Meetings provide demonstrations by prominent artists, information, social time & a student of the month award. We sponsor shows & exhibits, grant art scholarships, foster a paintings on loan program in the community & fund raise for charity. All are welcome! 2nd Mon of the month, Oct-May, 7:30 pm, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Smith Hall, 623 East Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL 34994 Artists for a Cause, Inc 2688 SE Willoughby Blvd, Ste. B. Stuart • 772.419.8778 www.A4AC.org • terry@a4ac.org Artists for a Cause creates professional and educational opportunities for visual and performing artists whenever their art is being used for community improvement. We take on issues like poverty, health concerns, and support culture at the same time. As an artist, donor, or volunteer, you can join us in creatively building better communities. Visit www.a4ac.org today! Hours: 10:00-5:00 PM Monday-Friday Atlantic Classical Orchestra 141 N US Highway 1, Fort Pierce 772.460.0850 www.acomusic.org The Atlantic Classical Orchestra is an all-professional orchestra in its 22nd season of presenting highly artistic performances at the Lyric Theatre in Stuart. Bach’s Children Music School 772.458.8820 www.bachschildrenmusicschool.org The Dance Academy of Stuart 333 Tressler Dr., Stuart • 772.220.9440 www.danceacademyofstuart.com Duck in the Truck Puppets, Inc. 772.334.3022 •www.puppetime.com Duck in the Truck Puppets educates and entertains children through the art of puppetry, bringing original puppets and music to festivals, schools and homes. All ages will enjoy the antics of Professor O and his merry band of characters and participating in puppet making. Florida Arts & Dance Company 938 SE Central Parkway, Stuart• 772.288.4150 www.fladance.org Florida Arts & Dance Company is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing individuals with dance education, training and performing opportunities. In addition to its regular dance and fitness classes for children and adults, FADC conducts community outreach programs for under-served segments of our community. Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society 772.460.5299• www.jazzsociety.com info@jazzsociety.com The Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society presents Jazz and Blues

music to the public in a variety of ways, including: festivals, performances, free jam sessions, hands-on workshops, clinics, community education, and outreach initiatives. Garden Club of Stuart 772.286.4718 • www.gardenclubofstuart.org Hobe Sound Fine Arts League 8879 SE Bridge Rd., Marketplace Plaza, Hobe Sound 772.546.2946 • www.hobesoundartists.com keppca@bellsouth.net Classes, workshops, two art shows, member gallery artwork for sale, college entry art scholarships. Monthly meetings are held every 3rd Monday at 7 PM from October through April. Hours: 10-2, Mon-Sat. Closed Sunday. Jensen Beach Art League 1052 NE Country Way, Jensen Beach 772.692.1884 The Jensen Beach Art League has the unique position of being the only organization on the Treasure Coast that host outdoor shows through the season from November to April. We show on the 2nd Sunday of the month at Indian RiverSide Park in Jensen Beach from 10 AM to 4 PM. The league strives to present the best art by the best artists at one of the most beautiful riverside settings. Meetings are held the 2nd Friday of the month at 10 AM at the Artist Framing Gallery at the above address. Call for information. Kids Need More Art 555 S. Colorado Ave., Ste. 104, Stuart 561-746-4576 • www.kidsneedmoreart.com info@kidsneedmoreart.com • facebook.com/kidsneedmoreart • twitter.com/kidsneedmoreart A teacher-created, advocacy-based children’s art studio offering classes, camps, programs and more at the Jupiter studio, the Pine Jog Environmental Education Center in WPB and our brand new location in beautiful Downtown Historic Stuart. Hours depending on the various programs. Log Cabin Senior Center Langford Park • Parks & Recreation Department 772.334.2926 • www.martin.fl.us.com The Martin County Parks and Recreation Log Cabin Senior Activity Center is a beautiful building. In 2006 the Cabin was placed in the Martin County Historic Register. It serves the community as a Senior Center and congregate meal site. Our Art classes are well received and their beautiful work hangs on walls for to all enjoy. Multi-Cultural Outreach Center 772.228.4595; 888.859.8774 www.Martinmcc.org • wodmulcul@att.net Palm City Art Associates, Inc. 772.286.6589 Palm City Art Associates, Inc., an organization of active artists, is dedicated to encouraging and promoting the fine arts among our members and within our community. They hold an Annual Art Show & Sale; award scholarships; & sponsor ongoing art exhibits; Palm City Art association meetings with interesting demonstrations. 2nd Wednesday from Oct - May. Donohue Room at the Cummings Library. 1 - 3 p.m. Guests Welcome!

South East Florida Archaeological Society 772.225.6508 • www.sefas.org

StarStruck Performing Arts Center & Theatre 2101 S. Kanner Hwy. Stuart • 772.283.2313 www.StarStruckFL.com is an award winning Academy & Theatre offering performance opportunities as well as classes in musical theatre, acting, dance, voice, guitar & piano. StarStruck has won national acclaim and boasts students performing on Broadway! The professional place to take a class or see a show! If your child is serious about being a performer there is no better place to train!

Stuart Community Concert Band 772.487.4449 Stuart School of Music 1608 S. Kanner Hwy., Stuart • 772.221.8000 www.stuartschoolofmusic.com Founded in 1993 and offers private lessons in piano, voice, violin, viola, cello, bass and guitar for beginners through advanced including adults. The school hosts the National Federation Music Clubs’s “Festival” and the National Guild Piano Playing Auditions each year. Treasure Coast Community Singers 772.224.8807 • www.tccsingers.org The Treasure Coast Community Singers is a 80-member community choir comprised of singers of all levels from St. Lucie and Martin Counties. Meet each Monday at 7 p.m. at North Stuart Baptist Church, 1950 N. Federal Hwy for rehearsal. Treasure Coast Flute Choir 772.288.5277 Includes fifteen professional and amateur musicians from Vero Beach to Miami. The ensemble was started by Lindsay Hager and is conducted by her husband Al. They play classical to jazz arrangements which include using the piccolo, C, Alto and Bass flutes. Treasure Coast Music Teacher’s Association 772.283.8087 • www.TCMTA.org A professional association of accredited music teachers on the Treasure Coast. Offering a variety performance opportunities including recitals and musicales in additional to master classes for students. Treasure Coast Woodcarvers 772.529.5190 Treasure Coast Youth Symphony 772.486.8175 • www.treasurecoastyouthsymphony.com The Treasure Coast Youth Symphony is composed of the most talented student musicians selected by annual audition from Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin and northern Palm Beach counties in Florida. The orchestra performs standard and classical literature, as well as modern transcriptions of Broadway scores. Visionary School of the Arts 1742 SE Indian St., Stuart • 772.283.4888 visionaryschoolofarts.com A center for fine arts instruction in most mediums, drawing skills and more for the development of beginning and emerging artists from age 6 to adults. Semester programs, internships and shows.

Bluebird Educational Productions Presents: The 2nd Annual STUART JAZZ PRO JAM @ The Flagler Center 201 SW Flagler Ave. Stuart, FL Doors open @ 7:15pm Music from 7:30 - 10 pm 1st & 3rd Thursdays, thru April 2014.

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Register for Spring Dance Classes at FADC’s New Location: 938 SE Central Parkway, Stuart 772.288.4150 Celebrating 17 years of premiere dance training inStuart! Pre-ballet • Ballet • Jazz • Tap Irish Step • Hip Hop • Lyrical & Contemporary Adult Classes too!

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is a unique artistic event held once per month in the “Palm Room” gallery of the Harbor Bay Plaza with the collaborations of The Arts Council of Martin County. This is a free art event exhibiting 15 visual artists, sculptors, Cash Bar, Live Music, and the plaza’s restaurant participation. We are proud to be part of this social, and culture experience with the mission to support the art community, and bringing a vibrant multicultural vibe to the Treasure Coast. FAF provides with an equal opportunity space for All aspiring, upcoming and established artist! To Register, fund or sponsorship an event contact: Clary
(954) 552-7062 Lisa P. Young (772) 223-8413

the patrons who have contributed $250 or More to The Arts Council*: Alizarin Crimson Studio Awareness Technology BB&T Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House Dunn Capital Management E. W. Consultants, Inc. Electrical Connections, Inc. Fox, Wackeen, Dungey, Beard, Bush, Goldman, Kilbride Waters and McCluskey LLP FPL Hollister Insurance Jerry’s Artarama Lawrence A. Sanders Foundation Martin County OPUS Booster Club New York Times Publix Super Markets Charities Stuart Art Supply Stuart News / Scripps J.J. Taylor Distributors, FL Inc. Target Stores Waste Management Water Pointe Realty Group of Stuart, Inc. Wilmington Trust FSB YP The Real Yellow Pages Mr. & Mrs. Howell Adams Karen Barnes Roni Bartolini Betty Brain Jim Bruner Craig & Patricia Chindemi Ethel F. Christin Charles & Judy Coffman Paula Costa Peter & Julie Cummings Mark & Debra Duvall Samia Ferraro M. Lanning & Jane Fox Cheryl French

Marvin Frenkel Debbie Friedman Marjorie Gildor Lauri Goldstein Henry (Hank) Gonzalez Andrea Gregory-Pooley Gayle Harrell Catherine (Katie) Hesse Paul Hundt Lars Janson Marie Jureit-Beamish Tim & Diane Kimes Phyllis Kordick Sheila Kurtz Mary Ann Loomis Andrea Lutz Carolyn Mortell Jeanette & Larry Mueller Vianne Nichols Deborah Pitts Nisha Pulliam Gary Pyne Peggy Ranger Laurence A. Schiffer Nicki Schoonover Nancy Scully Carmen L. Sherbert Mr. & Mrs. James Simoneau Brenda Simpson Mr. & Mrs. John W. Sullivan Joan H. Thomas Lee Todd Mrs. Edward C. Trimble Mr. & Mrs. George L. Turrell Nancy K. Turrell & Ted Astolfi Robert E. Valle Nichole West Susan Wilson Thomas Winter Lisa P. Young

**Listing as of print date, reflecting the previous 12 months. Please advise the Arts Council office if you notice any errors. Thank you.

Enhancing Arts Education:

Thomas Winter

Through Plein Air Day


his third annual event for advanced high school art students is an intensive program with local, professional artists. By taking students into field to study, as so many our most admired artists in history have, they are following in the footsteps of these grand masters. The Pine School, Clark Advanced Learning Center, Martin County, South Fork and Jensen Beach high schools will in total bring 75 students to this full-day program. Supported with funds from Target and the “State of the Arts” license plate program, this year’s program takes place with our location hosts at Sunlight Ranches and the FL TRAC Tying the arts education program to our “Inside Track” exhibition enables this education program to spread its wings and take on new meaning for the students and artists, alike. Additional inkind support and product discounts further the reach of our program with credit to Stuart Art Supply.

The Arts Council thanks and recognizes our teaching artists, volunteers and teachers who support this learning opportunity. Teaching Artists: Lynne Barletta (pastels), Tom Winter (photography), Pamela Hoke (acrylics), Susana Cremin (watercolor), and Tom Prestopnik (drawing). Volunteers: Sally Browning-Pearson, Kendra Deltano, Jane Wheeler, Debra Alessandra, Roni Bartolini, and Vera Mangold. Teachers: Maria Miele (Pine); John Stiles (Clark); Daniel Gorostiaga and Tracy Canada (JBHS); Tami Conrad and Shelby Power (SFHS); and Sharon Hagin, Brian Johnson and Gary Deaton (MCHS).

Paul Careccio


“For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream and... I dream of painting then I paint my dream.” -Vincent Van Gogh

2014 Nominees Lisa Jill Allison, Terry Barber, Francine Beckstead, Jane Blatt, Mitch Kloorfain, Amber Moran, Jake Sanders and John Stiles

student Nominees

$500 scholarships will be presented to students in various artistic categories. Students represent … The 2014 Student Nominees from Martin County High School, South Fork High School, Jensen Beach High School, The Pine School and Clark Advanced Learning Center are:

Spencer Ballantyne, Simone Fladung, Elora Fucigna, Lauren Gawel, Victoria Hadel, Zach Kenny, Sarah Mennuto, Kevin Paul, Rebecca Peng, Christina Perez, Mia Pray, Tessa Pray, Julia Roberts, Emily Vitale and Amanda Wind

2014 Committee: Karen Janson, Co-Chair, Nancy Scully, Co-Chair, Lynne Barletta, Barbara Bucci, Dian Bush, Neil Capozzi, Marcela Camblor. Sally Dadko Rose, Samia Ferraro, Susan Goebel, Elaine Keller, Melissa Major, Karla Preissman, Nancy Turrell & Tom Winter


The star studded mARTies evening would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors, which include: Britech, FPL, Jeanette & Larry Mueller, Karen & Lars Janson, Mrs. Barbara Trimble, StarStruck Academy & Theatre, Island Party Rentals, Country Club Florists and The College Connection. Area chefs and eateries brought tasty bites to the affair, including Melissa Major, Ooo La La, Ellie’s Deli, The Castronovo Chocolate Factory, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Mac N Cheese 101, Importico’s Bakery and Mrs. Peters. A special and heart felt thanks to our hard-working volunteer committee members, emcee Bryan Garner, accompanist Ronald Corbin, artistic consultants Jackie Bayne and Jason Gillman, and Skye Friedman for making the evening extra special for all of our guests. The mARTies were created to celebrate and applaud the creative people who make our community more enriched. Proceeds from the mARTies support year-round initiatives of the Arts Council including arts education, the Court House Cultural Center, and cultural information and promotions.

2014 mARTies Named Award Recipients Lifetime Achievement in the Arts

Jane Davis Doggett

Excellence in Arts Education

Bridget Glass

Philanthropy in the Arts

Frances Langford Foundation Arts Leadership

Ron Hart

Frances Langford Foundation mARTies 2014 Philanthropy in the Arts Award

Following Frances Langford’s long standing philanthropic support of our community, the Frances Langford Foundation has invested in many of the same organizations that she funded during her lifetime, such as Florida Oceanographic Society, United Way of Martin County and Martin Memorial Hospital. Her legacy has been carried forward by the trustees of the Frances Langford Foundation, Evans Crary and John Turner, with gifts to the Elliott Museum campaign, Florida Arts & Dance Company, and the Arts Council among others. Ms. Langford’s career included acting and singing in more than 30 films.

Terry Barber

Francine Beckstead

Nominated by Doug Jewett Since Terry Barber established his home in Martin County in 2009, he has been a driving force for the arts. Founder of Artists for a Cause, Terry has brought artists of all genres together in various community events. Whether performing opera, jazz or popular favorites, he breathes new life into everything he sings; what the Los Angeles Times calls “performances of great vitality and verve.”

Nominated by Maureen Gawel Francine Beckstead has volunteered with the Barn Theatre for 14 years. She dedicates countless hours to the Barn, managing the theater, helping with shows, putting on fundraisers, even making food for events. I’ve worked with Francine for 3 years now and am amazed and humbled by her dedication. Few people demonstrate the dedication to the arts that Francine does.

Performing Artist

Volunteer in the Arts

Jane Ejan Blatt

Nominated by Palm City Art Associates With a Master’s Degree from Columbia University, Jane Blatt taught children with learning disabilities for 32 years. Upon retirement to Martin County, FL she immediately immersed herself in the art community. Jane, painting under the name “Ejan”, has garnered many awards and exhibited in numerous juried shows. Jane is best known for her three dimensional palette knife paintings of birds.

Visual Artist

Mitch Kloorfain

Nominated by Doug Jewett Not only does he capture the beauty of our surroundings and the moments which mean the most to us as a community, this award-winning photographer regularly shares his knowledge and skill to teach others how to capture their own moments. Every December he donates his time and talent through Help Portrait Mitch is an asset to our community and an outstanding visual artist.

Digital Media Artist

Spencer Ballantyne

Nominated by Marcus Rabb I have had the absolute pleasure of knowing and working with this young man for the last 8 years at the Pine School. Spencer has been an incredible role model for the hundreds of students he has grown up around during his school career. He’s seen his share of leading roles, studied dance, voice and piano, and never ceases to amaze audiences with his positive energy and professionalism.

Student Performing Artist

Christina Perez

Nominated by Gary Deaton Christina is an exceptional artist. She is currently working on her second level Advanced Placement Art course and is a role model to the other AP art students. She has won multiple awards at art shows and was awarded the most outstanding MCHS Art Student for 2012-13. She is a young woman of exemplary character who has worked for the arts and in volunteer and leadership activities.

Student Visual Artist

Kevin Paul

Nominated by Terry Barber Kevin Paul is more than just a triple threat. With exceptional skills as an actor, singer, dancer, pianist and guitarist, I cannot recommend him more highly. President of the Artists 4 A Cause club at the Pine School, Kevin pioneered our “share arts” program, leading peer artists as they connected with youth in an at-risk community. He is committed, enthusiastic, genuine, and warm-hearted.

Student Performing Artist

Amanda Wind

Nominated by Daniel Gorostiaga I came to know Amanda two years ago when she took one of my classes. Amanda showed great interest in various artists she had not heard of before, and was quick to apply new concepts to her evolving artworks. At the end of this course, Amanda created one final work, “Point of Gravity”, which was purchased by the Elliot Museum.

Student Digital Media Artist

WOMEN SUPPORTING THE ARTS Women Supporting the Arts Announce 2014 Grant Recipients

SINCE 2004, more than $200,000 has been awarded to artists and arts-related programs by Women Supporting the Arts (WSA). This year grants tallied to just over $17,000, An additional allocation was made to the growing WSA-Public Art Fund bringing that fund to $15,000. WSA-Public Art dollars are being reserved for a future investment in sculpture in a prominent public location. Applications are judged by the members of WSA on the following criteria: value to the community in strengthening the arts; merit of the program, project, scholarship, or internship; increase of public awareness and participation in the arts; and partnerships and collaborations with existing community resources.

2014 Grants & Scholarships:

Martin Youth Leadership, Art and Culture Day Treasure Coast Community Singers, Classical Choir Spring Concert “Bach Magnifcat” Treasure Coast Music Teachers Association, Master Class by Gareth Johnson, Violinist & Tao Lin, Pianist Treasure Coast Youth Symphony, Scholarships Tykes & Teens, Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day Art Contest Visionary School of the Arts, One Year Art Education Scholarship

Nicole West

Artists for a Cause, Therapeutic Arts for At Risk Children at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County The Arts Council of Martin County, Marvin S Cone High School Juried Art Show Atlantic Classical Orchestra, Spring Sectionals – Inspiring Young Musicians Building Bridges to Youth, Murals for the East Stuart Community Duck in the Truck Puppets, Senior Moments – Art/Puppetry Florida Arts & Dance Company, Boys Hip Hop Program for Gertrude Walden Child Care Center Friends of the Martin County Library System, Art & Culture DVDs Ginny Lloyd, artist for Artistamp demonstration and arts education Pamela Hoke, artist for Treasure Coast Wildlife program “Nature is our Muse” Hope Rural School, Still Steaming Ahead Kevin Boldenow, photographer for A Photographic History of Indiantown Lisa Jill Allison, “And Then” book for HEART part 2

Madisyn Derita, recipient of the WSA Sponsored Visionary School of the Arts Scholarship

Women Supporting the Arts’ mission is to build a community of women philanthropists who inspire, educate and encourage women to strengthen the arts and cultural environment in Martin County. Women Supporting the Arts is a affiliated with the Arts Foundation of Martin County and offers grants to support arts enhancement opportunities for Martin County artists and arts-related projects, programs, scholarships and internships.


Inspired By...

An intimate conversation with artists about their passions and inspirations for members only...

APRIL 2, 2014

Lindsay Garritson, pianist

An intimate interview led by Inspired By host, Janeen Mason, with musician Lindsay Garritson.

Thomas Winter

Lindsay recently competed in the prestigious Van Cliburn competition. An award-winning performer, Lindsay has received top prizes at the 2011 Montreal International Piano Competition, the 2011 Yale Woolsey Concerto Competition, the 2010 Mozarteum International Chopin Competition (Salzburg), the Fite Family Competition, the Sarasota Artist Series Competition, the Connecticut Music Teachers Young Inspired By… Artist Competition, and the Music Teacher NaLindsay Garritson, April 2 tional Association’s Young Artist’s Competition. Lindsay holds degrees from Principia College (B.A. in Music) and Yale School of Music (M.M. and Artist Diploma). Her piano teachers include Boris Berman, Luiz de Moura Castro, Zena Ilyashov, Emilio Del Rosario, the late Jane Allen, and Jennifer Lim.

Thomas Winter

Inspired By…

Host Janeen Mason and guest, Tom Bollinger enjoy a funny story at November’s event, one of several Cultural Conversations produced by the Arts Council to celebrate the arts for their Patron level members and sponsored by Wilmington Trust. PRESENTED BY WILMINGTON TRUST, N.A.

Reservations required for all Cultural Conversation Sessions. Seats limited, fees or membership required. Cultural Conversations represents a new concept to tie together our many efforts to engage the community in all things artistic with a goal to inspire greater participation in and a passion for the arts in our community. Through our Cultural Conversations, we intend to provide interesting and evocative dialogue designed around P.L.A.C.E. (people, land, arts, culture and engagement).

Mary Alonso, widow of artist, Anthony Alonso.

Anne T. Converse

“We were very excited to host the Inside Track exhibition celebrating Martin County’s equestrian roots in Martin County with Payson Park, one of the most respected training facilities in the circuit. In fact, last year’s Kentucky Derby winner Orb trained at Payson Park. This show was

Dick Hall

At the Winner’s Circle Dinner: Jim Alonso, Terry Rieger (Diamonds by Terry) , Kadee Alonso, Jane Koppe, and Mary Alonso.

a great example of how we, at the Arts Council, try to tie the arts together with our greater community,” noted Nancy Turrell, Executive Director at The Arts Council of Martin County. Several pieces sold during the course of the exhibition as well as Anthony Alonso’s fine art books. Our partnership with Florida Thoroughbred Rehabilitation and Adoptive Care Center brought in many people from the ranches of western Martin County. Florida TRAC received a generous donation from sculptor, Mindy Colton, to assist them in their efforts to care for aging thoroughbreds. At the Winner’s Circle Dinner donated and sponsored by Diamonds by Terry, in support of the equestrian themed exhibition “Inside Track”, the highlight of the evening was when Mary Alonso pulled out Jane Koppe’s (mother of Kadee Alonso)number and she won the beautiful pendant, created by Terry Rieger. According to the family, this pendant has now become an Alonso family heirloom and will be treasured by all. Thomas Winter

Dick Hall


Artist Talk with Docents L-r: Judy Walker, Kendra Deltano, Anne T. Converse (photographer), Jane Wheeler, Mindy Colton (sculptor), Roni Bartolini, Debra Magrann, C J Lucien, Sheila Dwyer, Vera Mangold, Nancy Turrell.

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