Learn from the artists in these free online Zoom events that are hosted by Curator of Exhibitions, Patricia Tomlinson. Talks are recorded and available on our YouTube channel for viewing any time (linked below). Featured artists have work in the museum’s permanent collection, and speak about their inspirations and work process. Zoom participants have the opportunity to ask the artist questions.
For upcoming Artist’s Outlook talks, check our events calendar. All previously hosted and recorded videos can be found below.
Kristin Herzog’s bold paintings range from non-representational to abstract, often with a landscape or vegetative reference. Click here to visit her website and learn more.
Recorded March 25, 2021
Christopher M. Still is a painter of Florida’s wildlife, people and landscapes, and was inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame. Click here to visit his website and learn more.
February 18, 2021
Anthony Ackrill’s large-scale dramatic works depict figures in allegorical or symbolic poses and settings. Click here to learn more about the artist.
Mark Messersmith’s large, vibrant paintings explore themes of spirit and struggle within our modern world’s “natural environments”. Click here to visit his website and learn more.
Recorded December 17, 2020
Mac Stone’s photography focuses on America’s swamps in an attempt to change public opinion towards our country’s wetlands. Click here to visit his website and learn more.
Clayton Pond’s (b. 1941) paintings and limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors and their compositional balance. Click here to visit his website and learn more.
Annelies Dykgraaf’s prints reflect vast and unique personalities and relationships, also telling stories of her childhood and the uniting of cultures/races. Click here to visit her website and learn more.
Recorded September 17, 2020
Christian Duran’s treats his paintings and collages as theatrical landscapes, wherein organic bodies assemble and dissolve. Click here to visit his website and learn more.