Ann Monroe Street Gallery Features Original Artwork

From Three Local Artists

 

Original acrylics and pastels of local artists, Lorraine Potocki and Candy Schultheis  and ceramic works of art by Roxie Spell will be on exhibit at Ann’s Monroe Street Gallery in Dunedin through the end of December.

“Interloper”, Lorraine Potocki, pastel at Ann’s Monroe Street Gallery

“Interloper”, Lorraine Potocki, Pastel

Lorraine’s work will be one of the three local artist work on display at the Monroe Street Gallery.  Her work includes pastel and acrylic that reflects styles ranging from realism to impressionism to abstract expressionism. She has won many awards for her work and has exhibited throughout Florida including solos shows in Tampa, Lakeland, and Seminole. Lorraine is on the faculty of the Dunedin Fine Art Center and also teaches workshops throughout Florida.

Candy works in acrylic, pastel, oil, and graphite. Her styles range from intuitive painting, to abstract and non-objective, and realism. Winner of many awards, she has exhibited her work throughout Rhode Island and Florida, including many solos shows. She is on the faculty of the Dunedin Fine Art Center and also teaches workshops throughout Florida.  (Her work is featured above and at the Monroe Street Gallery).

Roxie studied clay art at LSU in the 1970’s and returned to the medium in 2006. Using leaves as templates, she has created her Nature’s Clay Art to reflect nature in art and art in nature. On the bottom of each piece the type of leaf is identified as well as where it is from. She has clients send or bring her leaves from many different states as well. Her work (functional as well as sculptural) has sold at art shows, shops and galleries and has won many awards.

Ann’s Monroe Street Gallery “Elephant Ear with Lizard”, Roxie Spell, clay

“Elephant Ear with Lizard”, Roxie Spell, clay

The opening reception for the show coincides with Dunedin’s Second Friday, November 9 from 5:30-8:00 pm and is free to the public. There will be live entertainment on the patio and refreshments. While you are there, stop in the main building where you can tour the studios of Ann Feldshue, Bill and Linda Renc (Painted Fish), Christine Renc-Carter, Steven Spathelf, and Kathy Corcoran (The Beadster Studio).

Ann’s Monroe St. Gallery is located at 234 Monroe St., Dunedin, FL 34698 just behind the Hog Island Fish Camp.  For information about this show and Ann’s Monroe St. Gallery, call 727-515-2203.  Ann’s Monroe St. Gallery hours are 11 to 3 or by appointment. Second Friday hours are 5:30-8:00 pm.  Also visit their website.

 

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