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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 …

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“Eve’s Other Garden” by Dixie Murphy

Artist: Dixie Murphy Genre: Other Bio: Resident of Riverside, attended Terry Parker High School. I create jewelry from metallic clay which is fine silver or enriched sterling after firing in a kiln. All hand formed, not cast or molded. I like to include glass, faceted gems, polished stone. I’m a member of Jacksonville Gem and MineralSociety and enjoy teaching classes …

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“Bronze Flower” by Michelle Bianchi

Artist: Michelle Bianchi Genre: Other Bio: I was a casualty of the economy…. I started enjoying assembling and upcycling jewelry that would have otherwise seen it’s last days. Painter gone rogue into jewelry upcycling due to health issues. Jewelry has been the prefered medium because of it’s easier mobility and shipping. I started my online store which features my handmade …

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“Intracoastal Green” by Kate Merrick

Artist: Kate Merrick Genre: Painting Bio: Nature and color rule my life. I am an active gardener, cyclist, yoga enthusiast, beach lover, and involved grandmother. Drawing and painting are a part of me and my compulsion to create. I still feel like I have just begun. Piece: Intracoastal Green Piece Description: Pastel is a good, portable medium to attempt to …

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“Tears In The Morning” by Patrick Rose

Artist: Patrick Rose Genre: Music Bio: Patrick A. Rose (ASCAP ARTIST) Pat got his first piano at age 7 and his first guitar at age 11. He formed his first band at age 14 in Savannah, Ga. He performs as a solo singer/guitarist, and with the band “Mid-Life Crisis” (www.mif-lifecrisis.net). He has performed throughout the southeast, and owns Rose Recording …

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“Long Cycle Ride” by Heather and Holly Blanton

Artist: Heather and Holly Blanton Genre: Painting Bio: We are twin artists,originally from Jacksonville, Florida. This is a collaborate piece done by us recently. Holly is an abstract and realist painter and Heather specializes in sports themed works. Their work can be seen at Stellers Gallery and the Beaches History Museum in Jacksonville Beach. Their websites are www.hollyblantonart.com and www.heatherblanton.com. …

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“East” by Lynette Walther

Artist: Lynette Walther Genre: Sculpture Bio: I am an artist, writer and photographer and a retired college educator (journalism/graphic design). Through my travels I have combed beaches on many continents and the result is a trove of seagrass and vintage china shards which I recycle and fashion into “Arti-facts,” fanciful sea creatures — starfish, mermaids and seahorses. Piece: East Piece …

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“Gibson Homeplace” by Wayne Morgan

Artist: Wayne Morgan Genre: Photography Bio: I started taking pictures in 1999 after having heart issues which required a pacemaker. I was thirty five years old. Since then I have published five coffeetable books with my nature/scenic photographs. Satilla Solitude, Kase For The Environment, Satilla Solitude 2nd Edition, Okefenokee Swamp – Wild & Natural, and Zirkle To Alaska – My …

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“The Summoner’s Gem” by Garrett Corfield

Artist: Garrett Corfield Genre: Painting Bio: I work in many mediums including oils, acrylics, ink, pen, and pencil. I love painting landscapes, but recently my favorite has been psychedelic art. Piece: The Summoner’s Gem Piece Description: This piece started out as an oil landscape, but I got bored and decided to give it a trippy twist. Web: Garrett Corfield – …

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“wjct banner” by Rade Stjepanovic

Artist: Rade Stjepanovic Genre: Other Bio: My name is Rade Stjepanovic, and I am a highly motivated graphic-web designer from Jacksonville, Florida. Piece: wjct banner Piece Description: Each letter (wjct) has a story behind it. They describe Jacksonville and WJCT as well. Web: Rade Stjepanovic – Website Rade Stjepanovic – Facebook Rade Stjepanovic – Twitter Rade Stjepanovic – Behance