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3/28/2018 Member News

April Artwalk features the work of two emerging artists

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April Artwalk features the work of two emerging artists

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Creative Clay invites the publish to their April 14 Artwalk, which will feature new work by member artists Linda M. and Brandy. W.

Linda has been a Creative Clay member artist since 2011.She works in many different medias, including drawing, painting, ceramics and mixed media. Linda chooses “bright and happy colors,” she said, and likes to paint flowers and animals. Her inspiration and ideas come from books, her community visits to artists’ studios, galleries and museums.

Brandy is newer to Creative Clay, having joined our group of artists in 2017. Her favorite art form is music, and her favorite song is "You’re Just Too Good to be True," by Frankie Valli. Brandy created a mixed media art piece, by the same title, and collaged her hand-written words to the painted board.

Complementing the evening will be live music by jazz vocalist Stacie Steinke, accompanied by guitarist Chuck Hill. Learn more about this duo here: staciesteinkemusic.com.

Artwalk is a citywide monthly event every 2nd Saturday of the month. Galleries and art studios open their doors during the evening to patrons wishing to view new art work, purchase items and enjoy socializing with community.
Creative Clay’s Good Folk Gallery is located in their 4000-square-foot building, which houses their programs, in the Grand Central District of St. Petersburg. Free trolley service is provided for patrons to travel easily among the various arts districts.

Beer/wine/refreshments available for donation. Creative Clay’s mission is to help people with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives through access to the arts by providing expressive, educational and vocational experiences. We serve people with developmental, physical and emotional disabilities, as well as people in healthcare settings, children, veterans, and provide outreach art experiences in our community. Visit www.creativeclay.org.

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