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“Key west morning” by Roseann Egidio

Artist: Roseann Egidio Genre: Painting Bio: I am art teacher for mainspring academy a school for special needs students . I am on the board of the Jacksonville watercolor society and teach a watercolor class for adults . I have won several awards in Watercolors and love painting!! Piece: Key west morning Piece Description: This is a traditional watercolor painted …

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“St. Paul” by Nicole Holderbaum

Artist: Nicole Holderbaum Genre: Painting Bio: I am a local artist and muralist here in Jacksonville. I am the founder of the Jax Kid’s Mural Festival, a 2016 SPARK Grant project provided by the Cultural Council of Jacksonville and Florida Blue. In our Outreach Program we bring mural projects to underprivileged youth in our community with hopes of inspiration and …

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“Blue Suction” by Natalie Mckendree

Artist: Natalie Mckendree Genre: Photography Bio: Photography is my passion and I love learning new techniques. The world looks completely different through a camera lens. Piece: Blue Suction Piece Description: Blue is a calming color but mixing it with a splash makes it exciting as well.

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“Joshua Tree” by Jeff Garrison

Artist: Jeff Garrison Genre: Photography Bio:I’m a longtime resident of Saint Augustine and graduate of Flagler College who grew up in the Florida Panhandle. For as long as I can remember I have loved to take photographs. I received my first camera as a kid and have been shooting and teaching myself this amazing art ever since. For me, a …

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“The Hurricane Blues” by William Cost

Artist: William Cost Genre: Music Bio: William is a songwriter/guitarist, arranger and home recording enthusiast. He has been writing songs for 40 years. Recently William has begun producing videos featuring his songs. William enjoys sharing his music on Youtube and has a channel where you can find his videos. William enjoys listening to WJXT and has become a sustainer. Piece: …

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“Once” by Joe O’Hearn

Once, Seven Different Ways by Joe O’Hearn Once, a fear pierced him, in the middle of a meadow not unlike a pierced Sun Dancer rope-tied to the forked Cottonwood centered in the Lakota heartbeat grounds. Once, a wind brushed him, a song of long ago clear as hollow bird-bone whistles, guardedly jilted from beneath a dogwood flower—smells and sounds stormed …

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“Old Things” by Charlotte Kolb

Old Things by Charlotte Kolb I love old things, old pots, old shoes, old houses. The stories they might tell get my heart to thumping, giving my imagination a road to follow. Who loved it then threw it away for the new? Somebody’s hands were here before me. Somebody’s life happened under my feet. I try to hear the voices …

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“Indifference” by Nicole Puranda

Artist: Nicole Puranda Genre: Photography Bio: 31 year old stay at home mom. I have 2 daughters, ages 4 and 9. I have always been interested in photography and my kids inspire so many stories i would like to tell, through photography. So, my husband bought me a camera for Christmas and I have been snapping away since. Piece: Indifference …

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“Memory” by Imsung Hahn

Artist: Imsung Hahn Genre: Painting Bio: I have been living in Jacksonville for ten years since my marriage. Born Imsung Jung in Seoul South Korea, and received my BFA and worked in mixed media and as a teacher there for 26 years; exhibiting more than 100 times. My paintings are inspired by the harmony of God’s natural places and reflect …