VERO BEACH — Tiger Lily Art Studios and Gallery, located at 1903 14th Avenue, invites the public to its annual open studio entitled, Found Fired Focused and Framed from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20. A special public preview day on Thursday, Nov. 19 is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
View new works by artists Chris Adams Johnson, Julia Carter, Shotsi Lajoie, Jill Pease, Linda Proctor, Sharon Sexton and Glenda Taylor that cover a broad range of style and medium. Diversity and ingenuity are partnered with skill and creativity to produce works of art using sculpture, photography, fine ceramics, paintings in oil and acrylic, concrete, clay, wood, metal and found objects.
Two of the Samaritan Center Soup Bowl Tureens, crafted by Tiger Lily artists, Sharon Sexton and Glenda Taylor and Soup Bowl artists, Nancy Blair, Sean Clinton and Maria Sparsis will be raffled off at the opening.
Patrons of Tiger Lily, located in a historic old church in downtown Vero Beach, will be treated to an evening to please any palette. The artists will be available to discuss the nature of their work style and process.
Information: Call (772) 778-3443