22nd Floor Capitol Gallery
Through November 30, 2015
Encore! Of Vision and Variety
By the Artists' League of the FSU Museum of Fine Arts
With a new focus and new work from previous members, and work from new members, this exhibit follows an exhibition from 2003 held on the 22nd Floor entitled Of Vision and Variety.
The Artists’ League is a special membership of the FSU MoFA. Through the leadership of Museum Director Dr. Allys Palladino-Craig and League Liaison, Dr. Viki Thompson Wylder, the Museum and the League provide mutual support for each other. The Artists’ League meets once a month on Tuesdays at the Museum. Every summer the Museum also hosts a juried exhibition by the League membership. 2016 will represent the League's 30th exhibition at the Museum.
The membership of the League is comprised of established and emerging artists from the region. With a wide diversity of media represented, members are fine artists, fine craftsmen, patrons, and part-time artists. Their work may be found in galleries, museums, art spaces, and exhibitions around the country.
Image: The Guarded Heart by Mariann Kearsley, mixed media sculpture, 6'x5'x5'
Gallery for Innovation and the Arts
Through November 30, 2015
Even the Night Shined
An exhibition of works by Janae Easton and Charity Myers
Please join us for a public gallery reception on Friday, September 4 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.
Local artists, Janae Easton and Charity Myers explore themes of family and tradition while keeping a keen eye on color and design.
Charity’s work combines modern digital design elements with traditional forms of expression, such as photography and semiology, to explore the layers and changing complexities of our lives.
Janae’s paintings use bright colors, abstract forms and merging lines to create an original collection of work inspired by folk patterns from around the world and nature.
Museum of Florida History
The Museum of Florida History will be temporarily closing as part of the ongoing renovation project at the R. A. Gray Building. The Museum lobby will remain open, including the Highwaymen Paintings, Egg Express Café, and Florida's History Shop. All other exhibits are anticipated to be closed until July 2015.
The renovations are part of a revitalization project occurring on the plaza of the R. A. Gray Building, which houses the Museum. Special care is being taken to preserve and protect the artifacts on display in the Museum. As a result, the Museum is removing artifacts beneath the construction area.
Cabinet Meeting Room
Photography by Don Browning
The artwork was donated to the Department of State Art Collection in 2007 and commemorated the establishment of a Wading Birds Rookery Sanctuary.