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Paper Thin & Shadow Deep : Hiromi Mizugai Moneyhun's Hand-cut Paper Works

December 3, 2022 -  June 18, 2023

Paper-cut artist Hiromi Mizugai Moneyhun moved to Jacksonville, Florida, in 2004 from her hometown of Kyoto, Japan. Her three-dimensional cut paper pieces are the result of a multistep process which produces art that is at once amusingly lighthearted and startlingly alive. (more…)

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Pre Post Poetic : Hand-Stitched Collages by Debora Greger

December 3, 2022 -  June 18, 2023

28 works created 2019-2021 by Gainesville-based Debora Greger that juxtapose pre- and post-pandemic themes of the everyday world. (more…)

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Heroes : Works from the Permanent Collection

April 15 -  August 20, 2023

From depictions of comic-book greats to everyday heroes without a cape, see prints, paintings and photographs from the permanent collection that celebrate extraordinary people. On view in the first-floor Preview Gallery. (more…)

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Equine Art : From the Permanent Collection

April 15 -  September 24, 2023

Drawn from the permanent collection, see a selection of paintings, sculptures, drawings and more that show the varying ways that horses have been depicted throughout cultures and history. On view in the second-floor Preview Gallery. (more…)

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Artistic Legacy : The Story of Arthur I. Appleton

July 5, 2021 -  December 31, 2025

Ever wondered where the Appleton Museum of Art got its name, or how the museum found a home in Ocala? Stroll through the history of the Appleton Family and the museum to learn all about Marion County's cultural gem. (more…)

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