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Continuing Studies 2020 FALL HYBRID: SEPT. 28-DEC. 18

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Ringling College Continuing Studies 2020 Fall Hybrid: Sept. 28-Dec. 18

ENGLEWOOD ART CENTER The Englewood Art Center (EAC) serves as a nexus for artists and audiences both visitors and residents, to inspire creativity, exchange ideas, endorse imagination, and encourage creative growth in an environment that is entertaining, relaxed, and welcoming. With a spectacular lineup of classes and open studios, EAC invites artists, art enthusiasts, and anyone interested to support our creative community by joining us this 2020 – 2021 season.

C O N TA C T I N F O R M AT I O N Englewood Art Center 350 S McCall Road Englewood, FL 34223 Phone: 941-474-5548 Email: eac@ringling.edu Online: www.ringling.edu/eac

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INDEX

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Mission Statement, Contact Info

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Become A Member

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Index

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Registration Form

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Policies, Procedures, Registration Options

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About Our Instructors

ON-SITE - IN PERSON CLASSES AND OPEN STUDIOS 5

Hand Building and Wheel Throwing: Beginner - Intermediate

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Ceramics Open Studio

ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES 6

Urban Sketching | Art Journal

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Needle Felted Sculpture

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Introduction To Acrylic Painting

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Oil Painting

10 Figures and Faces | Drawing and Painting 11

Drawing

12 Introduction to Scratchboard 13 Young Artists Studios

ABOUT THE ARTIST Johan Bjurman is teaching Introduction to Acrylic Painting p. 8


POLICIES & PROCEDURES

C ATA LO G S

PAY M E N T

View or download all at www.ringling.edu/SCS

We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express, or a check made payable to Ringling College of Art and Design.

By Location: Englewood Art Center (EAC): www.ringling.edu/EAC Studio + Digital Arts (S+DA): www.ringling.edu/SDA Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI): www.OLLIatRinglingCollege.org

R E G I S T R AT I O N O P T I O N S ONLINE Visit www.rcad.augusoft.net to view course details and supply lists by location, catalog, or category. MAIL Fill out the mail-in form. Enclose it with your check or credit card information and mail to: Ringling College of Art and Design Englewood Art Center 350 S McCall Road Englewood, FL 34223 PHONE: 941-474-5548

H O U R S O F O P E R AT I O N Remote staff hours (phone or email contact): Monday - Friday, 9 am - 4 pm EAC Facility: Open to students during scheduled classes only

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SUPPLIES Students are responsible for purchasing their supplies unless otherwise noted. See the Registration Description to link to the Supply List for each course.

C A N C E L L AT I O N / R E F U N D If you wish to cancel a class registration, we must have written notification. We are unable to accept cancellations by phone. You may email your request to eac@ringling.edu or send via U.S. Postal Service. We must receive your cancellation request no fewer than 5 business days before the start of class. A $25 administration fee will be assessed and deducted from your tuition refund. The effective date of cancellation will be upon receipt of your written notification.


ON-SITE - IN PERSON CLASSES AND OPEN STUDIOS

HAND BUILDING AND WHEEL THROWING: BEGINNER - INTERMEDIATE Nichole Moranda TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS: 10-11:30 AM OR 1-2:30 PM* (10-CLASS SERIES) September 29; October 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 November 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24; December 1, 3, 8 *Due to restrictions on the number of people in the studio and to accommodate social distancing – class days/times cannot be changed or substituted.

TUITION: $250 • MEMBER: $225 Learn hand building and wheel throwing techniques while creating a variety of ceramic objects. Hand building instruction will focus on slab and coil techniques. Note: Price includes up to 25 pounds of clay (for in-class project use only), glazes, and firing. Additional clay may be purchased from EAC. Students must adhere to EAC’s Pottery Studio Policies and Procedures.

CERAMICS OPEN STUDIO (Currently Enrolled Students & Studio Authorized Artists Only*) FRIDAYS: 9:30 AM-12:30 PM or 1-4 PM

CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS: $15 PER STUDIO SESSION $125 PER MONTH to attend any studio session(s) for currently enrolled students STUDIO AUTHORIZED ARTISTS: $25 PER STUDIO SESSION $225 PER MONTH to attend any studio session(s) for Studio Authorized Artists PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED THERE ARE ONLY 6 AVAILABLE SEATS PER SESSION – Sign Up Is First Come, First Served. If You Sign Up And Do Not Show Up More Than Twice, You Will Lose Open Studio Privileges Permanently. * Studio Authorized Artists are required to be Members of EAC in order to participate in Open Studios. In order to ensure adherence of Ceramics Studio Policies and Procedures, Ceramics Open Studio is open to students who are presently taking ceramics class(es) and/or those who have successfully passed the Ceramics Studio Authorization course at EAC. Ceramics Open Studio will only be available if the Ceramics classes are running.

Open Studio Policies: Price includes clay for in-studio project use only (up to 25 pounds in a single month), additional clay may be purchased from EAC, if necessary. Fees also include glazes, firings, and the use of studio equipment and tools. EAC Ceramics instructors reserve the right to use the studio as needed and can cancel any Open Studio session. Enrolled Students (not Studio Authorized Artists) new to EAC are required to get authorization from instructors to participate in EAC Open Studio. EAC Director reserves the right to revoke access to Ceramics Open Studio at any time without a refund. 5


ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

URBAN SKETCHING | ART JOURNAL Jenni Bateman WEDNESDAYS: 1-3 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) September 30; October 7, 14, 21 October 28; November 4, 11, 18 November 25; December 2, 9, 16

TUITION: $125 • MEMBER: $100 Experiment through limitation and capture simple gesture with loose pen and ink and watercolor washes. This course is designed to build confidence as you simplify shapes, learn how to use watercolor glazes (washes), and finish with a working knowledge and vocabulary of the watercolorist. What could be more rewarding than to develop your sketches into a set of greeting cards perfect for sending or to frame! Watercolor and basic drawing experience beneficial but not required.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST

• Note: Quality watercolor paper is a must. This course is designed around the use of a wirebound watercolor sketchbook • A couple of good watercolor brushes are also important, as they will hold a lot of pigment/water and can stand many years of use.

• Best to use tube watercolor paints, but a good PRANG watercolor set is acceptable. (Do not use Crayola sets.) • Extra fine tip, black, rolling ball pen • Any palette will do that is white and has wells. Think: divided plastic or foam plates, little jars for mixing washes RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATERIALS LIST

• Carson Artist Series Mixed Media Book 8.5” x 5.5”, 30 sheets https://www.dickblick.com/items/13828-1058/

• Dick Blick Scholastic Short Handle Wonder Brush, ROUND SIZES 6 and 8 https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-pointed-scholastic-round/

• Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolors Compact Set

https://www.dickblick.com/products/winsor-newton-cotman-watercolor-pans/

• Precise V5 Rolling Ball

https://www.officedepot.com/a/products/348631/Pilot-Precise-V5-RT-Premium-Retractable/

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ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

NEEDLE FELTED SCULPTURE Jenni Bateman THURSDAYS: 1-3 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) October 1, 8, 15, 22 October 29; November 5, 12, 19

TUITION: $125 • MEMBER: $100 Have some fun learning to transform your two-dimensional sketch into a fuzzy, felted sculpture. Students will sketch an initial concept for reference and learn the process of felting while building the elements of their personal sculpture. Each element of the sculpture is felted or “built,” and elements and embellishments are added to create your unique masterpiece. No sewing, only felting.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST

• Felting needles • Foam workstation • Scissors • Wire for armature • Wool roving, batting, etc. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATERIALS LIST Felted supplies are available online through a variety of fiber/textile resources such as:

• Living Felt •

https://feltingsupplies.livingfelt.com/ Dharma Trading https://www.dharmatrading.com/techniques/felting-materials.html

Basic materials are very affordable even for the beginner.

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ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

INTRODUCTION TO ACRYLIC PAINTING Johan Bjurman TUESDAYS: 10 AM-12 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) September 29; October 6, 13, 20 October 27; November 3, 10, 17 November 24; December 1, 8, 15

TUITION: $125 • MEMBER: $100 Learn to paint in acrylic in a realistic style. Whether you are new to painting or want to refine your skills to develop a sharper painting style, this class will teach you the basic techniques. This class will cover still life, landscapes, primary color painting exercises, and perspective painting. Through teacher demonstrations, one-on-one instruction, and class participation, students will be able to enhance their creativity and abilities. The class begins with still life objects and concludes with painting from photo references. Basic forms are reviewed, color matching is described, and basic drawing principles are stressed.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST

• An assortment of acrylic brushes ranging from small to medium size (1-3-6-8 flat) • One large brush for large surface coverage (12-20 flat) • Palette knife for mixing and application purposes • No. 2 pencil for drawing • Canvas panel, 9” x 12” to 11” x 14” (Either in canvas pad form, panel, or canvas paper pad) • One bottle of glass or matte medium • One bottle of slow dry blending medium • Acrylic paint (colors): cad-red, cad-yellow, cobalt blue, white, and black • Water containers (one small for clean water, one larger for wash out) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATERIALS LIST Materials can be purchased online at • https://www.dickblick.com/ • https://www.cheapjoes.com/ or in person at Art and Frame Sarasota, Michaels, and Hobby Lobby.

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ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

OIL PAINTING Maggie McClellan MONDAYS: 1-3 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) October 5, 12, 19, 26 November 2, 9, 16, 23 (3-CLASS SERIES) November 30; December 7, 14

TUITION: $125 (4-CLASS SERIES); $95 (3-CLASS SERIES) MEMBER: $100 (4-CLASS SERIES); $75 (3-CLASS SERIES) Explore the fundamentals of design and painting in this approachable and fun oil or acrylic class. Emphasis will be on structure, composition, color, and value, as well as on the creative journey of personal expression. Students are encouraged to use their own references for inspiration.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST https://cheapjoes.com/royal-langnickel-regis-oil-color-brush-paint-set.html • Basic palette for all mediums: red, orange, yellow, blue, purple, and green; Neutral (earth) tones are: brown, grey, black, and white • Canvas (any size) • An odorless brush cleaner/solvent (Gamsol, Mona Lisa or DaVinci) • Select a small variety of brushes (round and flat shapes from small to large sizes) • Soft T-shirt rags (cut up into 12 x 12 inch squares or larger) • Paper towels (quality) • Any container that will hold approximately 1/2 cup of thinning medium (tin cans work really well) • Aprons or old clothes (best idea) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATERIALS LIST Oil Paint: • Winsor & Newton oil set: https://www.dickblick.com/products/winsor-newton-artists-oil-colors/?clickTracking=true&wmcp=pla&wmcid=items&wmc kw=00461-1010&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIycXs1faN6QIVA6SzCh2JCAPpEAQYAiABEgJhkvD_BwE • https://www.cheapjoes.com/da-vinci-artists-oil-colors.html Canvas: • https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-super-value-canvas-packs/?clickTracking=true&wmcp=pla&wmcid=items&wmc kw=07526-1114&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIk-jGg_uN6QIVzYCfCh3KUg8NEAQYASABEgLIPPD_BwE Materials can also be purchased at Art and Frame Sarasota, Michaels, and Hobby Lobby.

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ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

FIGURES AND FACES | DRAWING AND PAINTING Maggie McClellan TUESDAYS: 1-3 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) September 29; October 6, 13, 20 October 27; November 3, 10, 17 November 24; December 1, 8, 15

TUITION: $125 • MEMBER: $100 Learn fundamentals and how to make effective choices for drawing and painting human figures. Students will be introduced to artistic styles, various compositions, various media, and techniques for figurative elements.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST https://cheapjoes.com/royal-langnickel-regis-oil-color-brush-paint-set.html

• Basic palette for all mediums: red, orange, yellow, blue, purple, and green; Neutral (earth) tones are: brown, grey, black, and white • Canvas (any size) • An odorless brush cleaner/solvent (Gamsol, Mona Lisa or DaVinci) • Select a small variety of brushes (round and flat shapes from small to large sizes) • Soft T-shirt rags (cut up into 12 x 12 inch squares or larger) • Paper towels (quality) • Any container that will hold approximately 1/2 cup of thinning medium (tin cans work really well) • Aprons or old clothes (best idea) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATERIALS LIST Oil Paint: • Winsor & Newton oil set: https://www.dickblick.com/products/winsor-newton-artists-oil-colors/?clickTracking=true&wmcp=pla&wmcid=items&wmc kw=00461-1010&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIycXs1faN6QIVA6SzCh2JCAPpEAQYAiABEgJhkvD_BwE • https://www.cheapjoes.com/da-vinci-artists-oil-colors.html Canvas: • https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-super-value-canvas-packs/?clickTracking=true&wmcp=pla&wmcid=items&wmc kw=07526-1114&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIk-jGg_uN6QIVzYCfCh3KUg8NEAQYASABEgLIPPD_BwE Materials can also be purchased at Art and Frame Sarasota, Michaels, and Hobby Lobby.

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ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

DRAWING Maggie McClellan FRIDAYS: 1-3 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) October 2, 9, 16, 23 October 30; November 6, 13, 20 November 27; December 4, 11, 18

TUITION: $125 • MEMBER: $100 Following McClellan’s Drawing Workbook approach, this drawing class will teach the fundamentals and help artists in any 2D medium develop their skills and abilities to create successful artworks. Classes also examine ways to work through arising challenges during the creation of your personal masterpieces.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST Do not spend excessively on supplies that might not be needed and/or used. Check with the instructor to see if what you have is adequate to start with. • Pencils (B2, B4, B6, and B8) • Graphite sticks • Conte crayon • Extra fine point Sharpie pen (Black) • Kneaded eraser • White block eraser • Sketch pad or paper (smooth textured) • Newsprint pad RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATERIALS LIST Materials can be purchased online at • https://www.dickblick.com/ • https://www.cheapjoes.com/ or in person at Art and Frame Sarasota, Michaels, and Hobby Lobby.

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ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

INTRODUCTION TO SCRATCHBOARD Sheryl Unwin FRIDAYS: 10 AM-12 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) October 2, 9, 16, 23 October 30; November 6, 13, 20 November 27; December 4, 11, 18

TUITION: $125 • MEMBER: $100 This four-week course will introduce you to the unique world of scratchboarding. You will be introduced to the essential techniques needed while using a variety of different tools to bring your image to life. Your photo references can be of any subject that you choose; a favorite animal, person, or place.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST

• 2 copies of a reference photo, size to be 5 x 7, also of good quality in order to see the detail (the picture cannot be blurry) • Pack of 3, 5 x 7 Ampersand scratchboard • #11 X-acto knife and extra blades • 4H, 5H, or 6H graphite pencil • Saral white, wax free Transfer Paper • Sakura Pigma 30062 Micron .005 tip or a pack of 6 pen set • Ampersand tool kit • Artist tape • Scissors *For beginners, please choose an animal for the first piece. Here are a couple of sites to get high quality photo downloads, free to use for artists: https://pixabay.com; https://pmp-art.com; http://www.wetcanvas.com/RefLib RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATERIALS LIST

• Art and Frames Sarasota - http://www.in2art.com/store/ • Dick Blick - https://www.dickblick.com/brands/ampersand/ • Dick Blick - https://www.dickblick.com/products/ampersand-scratchbord-tools/ • You can also find most items on Amazon.com

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ONLINE ZOOM INSTRUCTION CLASSES

YOUNG ARTISTS STUDIOS Nichole Moranda WEDNESDAYS: 4-5:30 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) September 30; October 7, 14, 21 October 28; November 4, 11, 18 November 25; December 2, 9, 16 OR SATURDAYS: 10:30 AM-12 PM (4-CLASS SERIES) October 3, 10, 17, 24 October 31; November 7, 14, 21 November 28; December 5, 12, 19

TUITION: $50 (MATERIALS INCLUDED) Join the fun and explore a new medium/technique every week. Students will create one-of-a-kind works of art in each class. Projects include clay tree faces, found object sculptures, printmaking, textile dying, painting, and much more.

REQUIRED MATERIALS LIST Classes are taught in sessions of 4 weeks. Art materials are included in the price and can be picked up at EAC at a designated date and time once you have registered. Some projects are enhanced by materials that are not provided, such as scrap paper, pencils, crayons, and bottle caps. Descriptions for each project in the 4-week sessions are available within that session as a PDF on Lumens.

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BECOME A MEMBER

BECOME A MEMBER The Englewood Art Center (EAC) has been a prominent member of the local arts community for more than 50 years. As a division of Ringling College of Art and Design since 2008, EAC has benefited from the College’s commitment and support–allowing the Center to plan for a bright future. It is our goal for you to appreciate and find value in the variety of programs offered at EAC as well as to recognize the vitality the Center brings to Englewood and our surrounding communities. We encourage you to visit often and take advantage of the many creative activities, events, classes, and exhibitions we offer. Please consider becoming an Englewood Art Center member. Your membership or tax deductible donation will support our artists, exhibitions, lectures, classes, and special events offered at the Center, and will help to ensure that EAC will be here for you and our community for years to come.

If you have questions about membership or would like more information, please call EAC and leave a message at 941.474.5548. EAC staff will return your call as soon as possible.

Membership to EAC is not tax-deductible.

2020 - 2021 MEMBER BENEFITS:

[ ] New Member

[ ] Renewal

[ ] $60 INDIVIDUAL: Reduced prices on classes, workshops, open studios, and exhibition entry fees; EAC e-newsletter; eligible for exhibition in Member Gallery. [ ] $80 HOUSEHOLD: All benefits above for up to two people in one household. Please add your membership fee to the registration form on page 15

M E M B E R S H I P R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M (Please print clearly) Name ________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________ City/State/ZIP ________________________________________ Alternate Address _____________________________________ City/State/ZIP ________________________________________ Phone Number ______________________________ Email Address _________________________________________________ Today’s Date ______________________________ Membership Expiration Date: _______________________________________

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S T U D E N T I N F O R M AT I O N (Please print clearly) Name (as it appears on credit card) ________________________________________________________ [ ] I am a new student Billing Address _______________________________________ City/State/ZIP _______________________________________ (If you have more than one address, remember to use the address that is associated with the credit card you are using.) Phone Number ______________________________ Email Address ________________________________________________ Have you attended EAC before? [ ] Yes

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If yes, what class did you take? ______________________________________________________________________________ If new to EAC, how did you learn about us? ____________________________________________________________________

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Please Return Completed Forms To:

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Englewood Art Center 350 S McCall Road

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Englewood, FL 34223

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M E T H O D O F PAY M E N T [ ] Check (enclosed) [ ] Credit Card (Full credit card number required. Registration system does not retain card number.) Visa/MC/AMEX # __________________________________________________ CCV Code ____________ Exp. Date ___________

PHOTO POLICY: By registering for courses, I acknowledge that my photo may be taken while at the EAC at Ringling College and utilized for purposes of promoting the EAC. If I do not want my photo utilized, I will step aside when photos are being taken.

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A B O U T O U R I N S T R U C TO R S

Jenni Bateman is a dynamic and engaging leader with 2+ decades proven experience as an arts educator, fierce art-maker, innovative communications specialist, and civic engagement-builder with a cohesive yet diverse design background in non-profits, the arts, small business, community-based recreation, and education. Johan Bjurman is classically trained in several painting disciplines. He established Bjurman Studio specializing in commercial artwork, including several significant and nationally recognizable projects, including designing and painting 7 trompe l’oeil lunettes of Mozart’s operas which are installed at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. Now retired, Johan spends his time in Rhode Island and Florida where he practices plein air landscape painting and exhibits his work widely. Maggie McClellan is an accomplished painter who exhibits her work nationally and abroad. She is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society, Gold Coast Watercolor Society, and the Miami Watercolor Society. Maggie has authored successful teaching programs across the United States, in the Caribbean, and abroad. She is the author of the popular book, The Artist’s Express – Secrets of the Obedient Brush.

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Nichole Moranda is an artist and native Floridian who studied at the Florida School of the Arts, MCC, Bradenton, and USF Tampa, where she received her BFA in ceramics. Nichole has a focus in ceramic hand building with a background in wheel throwing. Her ceramic work has been displayed as installations, functional pieces, and as jewelry pendants. Nichole currently has a sculpture installation, Catch of the Day, in the Englewood ArtScape Sculpture Garden. Sheryl Unwin attended the Art Institute of Boston. After years of developing her skills, she chose to share her knowledge with other artists. In 2005 she decided to enjoy the beauty of Florida living, culture, wildlife, and fabulous scenery that only the Gulf Coast of Florida can give. Her passion is to draw from people, the largest of wildlife creatures, and the smallest of domestic pets.


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