Galleries reopen for season at 3-D Gallery Stroll Oct. 7

VERO BEACH — Art galleries and businesses in the Downtown Dine & Design (3D) District of Vero Beach (14th Avenue and beyond) will host their monthly “Gallery Stroll” on Friday, Oct. 7 from 5 – 8 p.m.

Art galleries will be offering refreshments and showcasing their artists’ newest work. Other “artsy” businesses will be open for browsing and shopping, many with guest artists. Restaurants and cafes in the area will be open and welcoming diners.


The Artists Guild Gallery, 1974 14th Avenue, features European Doorways, oil paintings by award winning artist, Judy Burgarella. She is a student of light and shadow, always studying its effects on objects and in nature. The exhibit will be on view through October.

Tropic Art & Frame, 1910 14th Avenue, features watercolor paintings by Joan Delozier. Her favorite subjects are children on the beach and animals, but at anytime the spirit might move her to paint just about anything! She likes subjects that elicit a smile or a warm feeling.

The new, well-appointed Darby Fine Art Gallery, located at 1902 14th Avenue, is having its first opening and inaugural exhibit featuring the works of several contemporary artists including sculptors Kevin E. Cole and Stuart Fink; painters Frank Herrmann, Kayla Mohammadi, and John Walker, as well as photographer Christopher Pekoc. Stop by to welcome Darby Fine Art Gallery to the neighborhood and make sure to attend the Artist Talk on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m. as Kevin Cole, Frank Herrman and Christopher Pekoc discuss their works and inspiration.

Gallery 14, 1910 14th Avenue, presents watercolorist and wine label designer Colleen Nash Becht for her exhibit entitled It’s Time to Unwined, featuring her bright, colorful images that reflect strong light, shadow and close up perspectives. In honor of Ms. Becht’s newly created label, Unwined, a special wine tasting will be sponsored by Southern Eagle Distributing.

Tiger Lily Art Studios and Gallery, 1903 14th Avenue, welcomes Sean Sexton for a two day show entitled Pottery, Poetry and Other Things including works by Sean containing images of the land, cattle, tools, fruit, vegetables, skulls and bones.


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