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Tiger Lily Art Studios & Gallery presents Six in the City

VERO BEACH — Tiger Lily artists, Julia Carter, Shotsi Cain Lajoie, Chris Adams Johnson, Linda Proctor, Sharon Sexton and Glenda Taylor invite the public to their new show titled, Six in the City, opening Friday, February 18 with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m.  A special preview day will be held Thursday, February 17 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The show features the artists’ new works and is continually updated.

“I am painting some tall coral patterned vases. I’ve made them before, but have a different color scheme in mind and I’m excited to try it out,” says Glenda Taylor getting ready for the show.

“My goal is to engage in an exciting interchange.  After encountering my work, I hope the viewer will feel a new enthusiasm for life, see alternative possibilities, and explore new territory,” says Julia Carter of her work.  Ready for the show is one of her new pieces titled, Cake Walk, a vibrant and bold oil painting.

“‘I will exhibit a new collection of my African photography from my recent safari,” says photographer Linda Proctor.  She is also finalist in PDN Magazine’s, World in Focus, an international contest for her photo titled, Child with Child, depicting Bhutanese children.

Ceramicists and painters Sharon Sexton and Shotsi Cain Lajoie added both two and three-dimensional work to the show.

Chris Adams Johnson’s contemporary constructions out of found objects are brightly colored and titled to be thought provoking.

Tiger Lily is owned and operated by the artists, whose working studio is located in a historic church in downtown Vero Beach at 1903 14th Avenue.  Hours of operation are from Tuesday -Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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