welcome

TO THE 24th ANNUAL PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL Held as a fundraiser for the tiny historic island called Pigeon Key in the tropical Florida Keys, this two-day juried event attracts exemplary artists and quality buyers from across the globe.  The festival takes place February 3 & 4 at the Marathon Community Park, MM49, Marathon FL. and offers more than 70 fine artists and craftsmen, delicious local cuisine, live art and auction by preeminent celebrity marine life artist, Wyland. Enjoy historical elements, entertainment, children’s activities and educational programming highlighting the Pigeon Key Foundation’s important preservation, research and marine biology projects. We hope you’ll make plans to join us in this celebration of art, history and community. Admission is only $7 for both days (and no charge for kids 12 and under). Every dime stays local to help the Foundation carry out its mission to promote and preserve History, Education and Research.   A Big Show for A tiny Island

ABOUT

CONTACT Jill Snodgrass, Festival Director pkartfestival@gmail.com | 573.680.5468 Denise Decrow, Festival Chair Pigeon Key Foundation PO Box 510264 Key Colony Beach, FL 33051 www.pigeonkeyartfestival.com

ART SHOW

ICONIC ISLAND & BRIDGE POPULAR SUBJECT Artists   flock   to   the   island   from   around   the   world   to capture    the    beauty    and    tranquility    through    brush strokes   and   lenses,   so   it   was   only   fitting   to   create   a festival     around     this.     23     years     later     this     event continues    to    evolve,    offering    many    artists    with    a variety    of    creative    disciplines    the    opportunity    to showcase   their   original   works   for   you   to   purchase   and admire for years to come. Each   festival,   a   feature   artist   is   selected   to   provide   a custom   piece   that   is   used   in   a   commemorative   high quality    poster    and    reproduced    on    fun    souvenir    t- shirts.    Mee t    the    2017    artist    featured    in    this    year’s promotion, Terri Lynn, Green Eyed Lady
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HISTORY

PIGEON KEY ESTABLISHED IN 1908 Pigeon   Key   is   a   five-acre   island   located   2.3   miles   west of   Marathon.   It   is   connected   to   the   mainland   by   a bridge   originally   built   by   Henry   Flagler   for   his   Florida East   Coast   Railway.   From   1908   to   1935,   Pigeon   Key served    as    a    construction    and    maintenance    base camp. In   1992,   the   Pigeon   Key   Foundation   was   formed   as   a joint       venture       between       the       Monroe       County Environmental    Education    Task    Force    and    the    Mote Marine   Laboratory   of   Sarasota,   Florida,   and   a   30-year lease      was      granted.      Currently      the      Pigeon      Key Foundation   is   restoring   the   historic   island,   operating   a museum,    conducting    guided    tours    and    providing    a center   for   marine   science   research   and   education.   All funds     raised     during     the     festival     go     directly     to furthering   the   efforts   of   the   not-for-profit   Pigeon   Key Foundation.  Learn more about Pigeon Key
A look at the 2017 Festival MAKE PLANS NOW TO ATTEND THIS YEAR! More than 70 nationally recognized fine artists and craftspeople exhibited their artistry at the 23rd annual Pigeon Key Art Festival, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 4-5, at Marathon Community Park, mile marker 49 Oceanside in Marathon.

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THE ISLAND IS THE CLASSROOM Nestled     in     the     heart     of     the     Florida     Keys,     and accessible   by   ferry   boat,   The   Pigeon   Key   Foundation operates    a    Marine    Science    Center    (PKFMSC)    on    its private   five-acre   island.   The   center   gravitates   towards hands-on       learning,       turning       the       island       and surrounding ecosystem into the classroom. Students    are    provided    with    a    pivotal,    one-of-a-kind experience   that   will   be   invaluable   to   them   the   rest   of their   lives.   For   over   25   years,   PKFMSC   has   provided private,    customized    programs    to    more    than    30,000 participants       from       more       than       1,000       schools throughout   the   United   States.   Programs   are   tailored for        all        ages—elementary        school        to        post graduate—and   are   designed   and   endorsed   by   some of    the    most    respected    marine    scientists    in    the    US.      Learn more about Pigeon Key
Wyland Live Art was created and auctioned at 11 am and 2 pm daily! Kid’s art mural, autographs and official merchandise, too! Renowned marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our environment when he started painting life- size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s. Wyland always thought big. And he never stopped. Today, the Wyland name has become synonymous with the new generation of awareness about environmental conservation. Through his unique marine life paintings, sculptures, and photography, Wyland has inspired a generation about the importance of marine life conservation. His life – like his art – can find him anywhere around the world, at any time, from the Antarctic ice shelf on a photo expedition to document climate change to a grassroots journey down the Mississippi River on a mission of conservation. Since 1993, the non-profit Wyland Foundation has set the standard for environmental outreach. In partnership with the United States Forest Service and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Wyland is actively engaged in teaching millions of students around the world to become caring, informed stewards of our ocean, rivers, lakes, estuaries, and wetlands. The enormous extent of Wyland public artworks (it is estimated that his murals are viewed by more than a billion people every year), his award-winning art galleries, and community service projects have made him one of the most recognized and beloved artists in the nation. He is considered one of the most influential artists of the 21st Century, with artwork in museums, corporate collections, and private homes in more than one hundred countries. DON’T MISS WYLAND AT THE PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL DRAWING LIVE AND YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A ONE-OF-A-KIND ORIGINAL!
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FOR THE 24th ANNUAL PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL A Big Show for A tiny Island Marathon Community Park mm 49 [the show is NOT on Pigeon Key Island, the bridge is closed for repairs]

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Q:   How   do   we   get   to   the   island,   Pigeon   Key,   for   the show? A:    You    don’t!    The    Festival    was    moved    to    Marathon Community   Park   several   years   ago   when   the   ramp leading     to     the     island     became     unstable.     We     do, however,   encourage   you   to   visit   the   island   by   taking one   of   our   tours.   Your   Art   Festival   admission   entiitles you   to   one   half   price   ticket   on   our   daily   ferry.   For more info visit www.pigeonkey.net . (restrictions apply) Q: Is this a family-friendly event? A:   Yes.   Kids   12   and   under   are   free   so   bring   the   whole family. There will be a little something for everyone. Q: What kind of activities will there be for kids? A:     Expect     several     hands-on     exhibits     like     the marine         touch         tank,         fun         learning opportunities    and    art    creation    stations. Activities   by   Dolphin   Research   Center,   The Turtle      Hospital,      Marathon      Wild      Bird Center   @   Crane   Point   Hammock,   Florida Keys    Aquarium    Encounters,    Florida    Keys Community     College;     and     of     course     the Wyland   Foundation,   to   neame   a   few.   It's   a   great time to be a Pigeon Key Kid! Q: Will there be entertainment? A:   Each   day   will   have   a   full   schedule   of   educational talks   and   historical   information   along   with   painting demonstration   and   live   art.   Of   course   don’t   miss   the Wyland   drawing   live   daily   at   11   am   and   2   pm   with your   chance   to   bid   on   his   one-of-a-kind   art.   We   also have   the   Beatlemaniax   in   concert   Saturday   evening after   the   booths   close.   It’s   free   with   your   admission   to the    festival!    Lawn    chairs    and    blankets    allowed.    No outside food/drink, please Q: Where should we park? A:   Free   parking   is   available   but   somewhat   limited   at the     park.     There     will     be     free     parking     at     Switlik Elementary   in   the   east   end   of   the   school   parking   lot which    can    be    accessed    only    from    35th    street    gulf. There    are    some    ‘paid’    lots    but    they    are    in    no    way associated   with   Pigeon   Key   and   we   receive   none   of those funds. Q: Will there be food? A:    Yes,    of    course.    We    have    Greek,    funnel    cakes, lemonade,   hot   dogs   and   island   fare.   Who   knows   what this   year   will   bring   but   you   can   expect   it   to   be   fres   and good. Q: Will there be adult beverages? A:   Yes.   Our   beer   and   wine   garden   in   2017   featured   a variety   from   Stiegl   Brewing,   Florida   Keys   Brewing   and several varieties of wine. Q: Will I need cash? A:    Entry    into    the    festival,    auction    tickets    and    the concessions   will   be   cash   only.   Many   of   the   artists   will take   credit   cards   but   bring   plenty   of   funds   just   in   case. There   will   be   an   ATM   onsite   courtesy   of   First   State Bank. Q: Can I bring my dog? A:   Sorry   but   pets   are   not   allowed   at   the   park   during special events. This is a park rule.
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Marathon    is    a    10-mile-long    family-oriented    island community   conveniently   situated   in   the   middle   of   the Keys   island   chain,   comprised   mainly   of   Vaca   Key,   Fat Deer Key and Grassy Key. Residents,    snowbirds    and    visitors    enjoy    Marathon's fishing    heritage,    an    old-Keys    lifestyle    and    seafaring traditions,      a      theme      celebrated      in      the      area's accommodations,   such   as   private   waterfront   vacation homes,    small    hotels,    beachside    inns    and    tropical, family-style   resorts;   and   annual   seafood   festivals   and waterside   restaurants   that   harvest   fresh   fish,   lobster and stone crab claws from local waters. Places to Stay Things to do Interactive Maps
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WELCOME ABOUT VIDEO GET INVOLVED WYLAND LIVE! SCHEDULE ARTISTS
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AER Photography – Photography Albritton Gallery – Jewelry Barbara Hess Baron – Painting: Oil/Acrylic BJ Royster – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Boho Naturals – Other/Aromatics, soaps Bone Island Originals – Wood Carly Mejeur – Painting: Watercolor Carol Rose Dean – Contemporary Fine Craft Charlestown Porcelain – Pottery/Ceramics Clay Tinney – Jewelry Col de Mar Sea Leather Accessories – Fiber Colls Fine Art Photography – Photography Coral Shores Ceramics – Pottery/Ceramics Danielle Perry Fine Art – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Darwin Morales Art – Sculpture Dave Delacruz – Mixed Media Deborah Buterbaugh Ceramics – Pottery/Ceramics Deep Rock Mining – Jewelry Don Lake Treasure Boxes – Wood Dutch Hill Pottery – Pottery/Ceramics Floating Leaf Tables - wood Fossil Lamps – Mixed Media Glass Garden – Jewelry Glenn Lewis Photography – Photography Green Eyed Lady – Digital Art Indigo Artwear – Fiber Jessica Ann Art – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Jim Parker Custom Knives – Metalwork Joy Hannan Designs Extraordinary Mermaids – Jewelry June Powell Designs – Glass Just Mine  – Jewelry Keleri Art Studio  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic
Laguna Blue Studios  - Jewelry Leatherworks  – Fiber Linda Weisberger – Mixed Media Liz Montgomery Photo Art  – Photography Martina Henderson  – Photography Megan McCook  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Michelle Nicole Lowe  – Painting: Watercolor Molas4u.com  – Fiber Mojofolkart – Mixed Media Nautical Sand Sculptures  – Mixed Media Noel Skiba Painting  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Paradise Pendants  – Jewelry Paula Leftwich Art  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Peter’s Renditions  – Graphics/Drawings Regina Piantedosi Fine Art  – Mixed Media Rising Phoenix Glass  – Glass Serge Hung  – Jewelry Silk du Jour – Fiber Silver Moon Studio – Jewelry Splash Soap  – Other Sue Ayala  – Glass Sumthin’ Fishy  – Mixed Media Surf and Earth Designs  – Other The Inlay Artist – Jewelry The Silver Grouper  - Jewelry Thomas Wagner Photography  – Photography Tim Rahn Photography  – Photography Touch of Key West  – Photography Twisteddimensionsart.com  – Mixed Media Unique Pewter  – Mixed Media William Cantwell Fine Art  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic  
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Need a ride? Key West Transit Website If you need a ride north to the show (City of Key West and Marathon to Key West) Features include Interactive: Live Map, Arrival Times, Announcements, Mobile, Alerts, Text Only, and Bus Schedule Miami-Dade Transit Dade-Monroe Express f you need a ride south to the show (Florida City to Marathon including stops in Key Largo, Islamorada, etc.) Features Include: PDF Map, Route Schedules, and Connecting Bus Routes Up the Keys Tour See Facebook Event for tour informatin. Uber is available in Marathon!
At the Show you’ll find artists exhibiting in the following categories: Contemporary Fine Craft Culinary Digital Art Fiber Glass Graphics / Drawings Jewelry Metalwork Mixed Media New Media Other Painting: Oil/Acrylic Painting: Watercolor Pastels Photography Pottery/Ceramics Printmaking Sculpture Wood

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Sorry, no pets in the park during special events.

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NAVIGATION
CONTACT Jill Snodgrass, Festival Director pkartfestival@gmail.com | 573.680.5468 Denise Decrow, Festival Chair Pigeon Key Foundation PO Box 510264 Key Colony Beach, FL 33051 www.pigeonkeyartfestival.com

ART SHOW

ICONIC ISLAND & BRIDGE POPULAR SUBJECT Artists   flock   to   the   island   from   around   the   world   to capture    the    beauty    and    tranquility    through    brush strokes   and   lenses,   so   it   was   only   fitting   to   create   a festival     around     this.     23     years     later     this     event continues    to    evolve,    offering    many    artists    with    a variety    of    creative    disciplines    the    opportunity    to showcase   their   original   works   for   you   to   purchase and admire for years to come. Each   festival,   a   feature   artist   is   selected   to   provide   a custom   piece   that   is   used   in   a   commemorative   high quality    poster    and    reproduced    on    fun    souvenir    t- shirts.    Mee t    the    2017    artist    featured    in    this    year’s promotion, Terri Lynn, Green Eyed Lady
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HISTORY

PIGEON KEY ESTABLISHED IN 1908 Pigeon   Key   is   a   five-acre   island   located   2.3   miles   west of   Marathon.   It   is   connected   to   the   mainland   by   a bridge   originally   built   by   Henry   Flagler   for   his   Florida East   Coast   Railway.   From   1908   to   1935,   Pigeon   Key served    as    a    construction    and    maintenance    base camp. In   1992,   the   Pigeon   Key   Foundation   was   formed   as   a joint       venture       between       the       Monroe       County Environmental    Education    Task    Force    and    the    Mote Marine   Laboratory   of   Sarasota,   Florida,   and   a   30-year lease     was     granted.     Currently     the     Pigeon     Key Foundation   is   restoring   the   historic   island,   operating a   museum,   conducting   guided   tours   and   providing   a center   for   marine   science   research   and   education.   All funds     raised     during     the     festival     go     directly     to furthering   the   efforts   of   the   not-for-profit   Pigeon   Key Foundation.  Learn more about Pigeon Key

welcome

TO THE 24th ANNUAL PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL Held as a fundraiser for the tiny historic island called Pigeon Key in the tropical Florida Keys, this two-day juried event attracts exemplary artists and quality buyers from across the globe.  The festival takes place February 3 & 4 at the Marathon Community Park, MM49, Marathon FL. and offers more than 70 fine artists and craftsmen, delicious local cuisine, live art and auction by preeminent celebrity marine life artist, Wyland. Enjoy historical elements, entertainment, children’s activities and educational programming highlighting the Pigeon Key Foundation’s important preservation, research and marine biology projects. We hope you’ll make plans to join us in this celebration of art, history and community. Admission is only $7 for both days (and no charge for kids 12 and under). Every dime stays local to help the Foundation carry out its mission to promote and preserve History, Education and Research.   A Big Show for A tiny Island
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Wyland Live Art was created and auctioned at 11 am and 2 pm daily! Kid’s art mural, autographs and official merchandise, too! Renowned marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our environment when he started painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s. Wyland always thought big. And he never stopped. Today, the Wyland name has become synonymous with the new generation of awareness about environmental conservation. Through his unique marine life paintings, sculptures, and photography, Wyland has inspired a generation about the importance of marine life conservation. His life – like his art – can find him anywhere around the world, at any time, from the Antarctic ice shelf on a photo expedition to document climate change to a grassroots journey down the Mississippi River on a mission of conservation. Since 1993, the non-profit Wyland Foundation has set the standard for environmental outreach. In partnership with the United States Forest Service and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Wyland is actively engaged in teaching millions of students around the world to become caring, informed stewards of our ocean, rivers, lakes, estuaries, and wetlands. The enormous extent of Wyland public artworks (it is estimated that his murals are viewed by more than a billion people every year), his award- winning art galleries, and community service projects have made him one of the most recognized and beloved artists in the nation. He is considered one of the most influential artists of the 21st Century, with artwork in museums, corporate collections, and private homes in more than one hundred countries. DON’T MISS WYLAND AT THE PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL DRAWING LIVE AND YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A ONE- OF-A-KIND ORIGINAL!

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FOR THE 24th ANNUAL PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL A Big Show for A tiny Island Marathon Community Park mm 49 [the show is NOT on Pigeon Key Island, the bridge is closed for repairs]

THANK YOU

SUPPORTERS!

FOR THE 23rd ANNUAL PIGEON KEY ART FESTIVAL A Big Show for A tiny Island

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LODGING

Marathon    is    a    10-mile-long    family-oriented    island community   conveniently   situated   in   the   middle   of   the Keys   island   chain,   comprised   mainly   of   Vaca   Key,   Fat Deer Key and Grassy Key. Residents,    snowbirds    and    visitors    enjoy    Marathon's fishing    heritage,    an    old-Keys    lifestyle    and    seafaring traditions,      a      theme      celebrated      in      the      area's accommodations,   such   as   private   waterfront   vacation homes,    small    hotels,    beachside    inns    and    tropical, family-style   resorts;   and   annual   seafood   festivals   and waterside   restaurants   that   harvest   fresh   fish,   lobster and stone crab claws fro m local waters. Places to Stay Things to do Interactive Maps

FESTIVAL

Q: How do we get to the island, Pigeon Key, for the show? A:   You   don’t!   The   Festival   was   moved   to   Marathon   Community Park   several   years   ago   when   the   ramp   leading   to   the   island became   unstable.   We   do,   however,   encourage   you   to   visit   the island   by   taking   one   of   our   tours.   Your   Art   Festival   admission entiitles   you   to   one   half   price   ticket   on   our   daily   ferry.   For more info visit www.pigeonkey.net . (restrictions apply) Q: Is this a family-friendly event? A:   Yes.   Kids   12   and   under   are   free   so   bring   the   whole   family. There will be a little something for everyone. Q: What kind of activities will there be for kids? A:   Expect   several   hands-on   exhibits   like   the   marine   touch   tank, fun   learning   opportunities   and   art   creation   stations.   Activities by    Dolphin    Research    Center,    The    Turtle    Hospital,    Marathon Wild    Bird    Center    @    Crane    Point    Hammock,    Florida    Keys Aquarium   Encounters,   Florida   Keys   Community   College;   and   of course   the   Wyland   Foundation,   to   neame   a   few.   It's   a   great time to be a Pigeon Key Kid! Q: Will there be entertainment? A:   Each   day   will   have   a   full   schedule   of   educational   talks   and historical   information   along   with   painting   demonstration   and live   art.   Of   course   don’t   miss   the   Wyland   drawing   live   daily   at 11   am   and   2   pm   with   your   chance   to   bid   on   his   one-of-a-kind art.    We    also    have    the    Beatlemaniax    in    concert    Saturday evening   after   the   booths   close.   It’s   free   with   your   admission   to the    festival!    Lawn    chairs    and    blankets    allowed.    No    outside food/drink, please Q: Where should we park? A:   Free   parking   is   available   but   somewhat   limited   at   the   park. There   will   be   free   parking   at   Switlik   Elementary   in   the   east   end of   the   school   parking   lot   which   can   be   accessed   only   from   35th street   gulf.   There   are   some   ‘paid’   lots   but   they   are   in   no   way associated    with    Pigeon    Key    and    we    receive    none    of    those funds. Q: Will there be food? A:   Yes,   of   course.   We   have   Greek,   funnel   cakes,   lemonade,   hot dogs   and   island   fare.   Who   knows   what   this   year   will   bring   but you can expect it to be fres and good. Q: Will there be adult beverages? A:   Yes.   Our   beer   and   wine   garden   in   2017   featured   a   variety from   Stiegl   Brewing,   Florida   Keys   Brewing   and   several   varieties of wine. Q: Will I need cash? A:   Entry   into   the   festival,   auction   tickets   and   the   concessions will   be   cash   only.   Many   of   the   artists   will   take   credit   cards   but bring   plenty   of   funds   just   in   case.   There   will   be   an   ATM   onsite courtesy of First State Bank. Q: Can I bring my dog? A:   Sorry   but   pets   are   not   allowed   at   the   park   during   special events. This is a park rule.
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AER Photography – Photography Albritton Gallery – Jewelry Barbara Hess Baron – Painting: Oil/Acrylic BJ Royster – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Boho Naturals – Other/Aromatics, soaps Bone Island Originals – Wood Carly Mejeur – Painting: Watercolor Carol Rose Dean – Contemporary Fine Craft Charlestown Porcelain – Pottery/Ceramics Clay Tinney – Jewelry Col de Mar Sea Leather Accessories – Fiber Colls Fine Art Photography – Photography Coral Shores Ceramics – Pottery/Ceramics Danielle Perry Fine Art – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Darwin Morales Art – Sculpture Dave Delacruz – Mixed Media Deborah Buterbaugh Ceramics – Pottery/Ceramics Deep Rock Mining – Jewelry Don Lake Treasure Boxes – Wood Dutch Hill Pottery – Pottery/Ceramics Fossil Lamps – Mixed Media Glass Garden – Jewelry Glenn Lewis Photography – Photography Green Eyed Lady – Digital Art Indigo Artwear – Fiber Jessica Ann Art – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Jim Parker Custom Knives – Metalwork Joy Hannan Designs Extraordinary Mermaids – Jewelry June Powell Designs – Glass Just Mine  – Jewelry Keleri Art Studio  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic
Laguna Blue Studios  - Jewelry Leatherworks  – Fiber Linda Weisberger – Mixed Media Liz Montgomery Photo Art  – Photography Martina Henderson  – Photography Megan McCook  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Michelle Nicole Lowe  – Painting: Watercolor Molas4u.com  – Fiber Mojofolkart – Mixed Media Nautical Sand Sculptures  – Mixed Media Noel Skiba Painting  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Paradise Pendants  – Jewelry Paula Leftwich Art  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic Peter’s Renditions  – Graphics/Drawings Regina Piantedosi Fine Art  – Mixed Media Rising Phoenix Glass  – Glass Serge Hung  – Jewelry Silk du Jour – Fiber Silver Moon Studio – Jewelry Splash Soap  – Other Sue Ayala  – Glass Sumthin’ Fishy  – Mixed Media Surf and Earth Designs  – Other The Inlay Artist – Jewelry The Silver Grouper  - Jewelry Thomas Wagner Photography  – Photography Tim Rahn Photography  – Photography Touch of Key West  – Photography Twisteddimensionsart.com  – Mixed Media Unique Pewter  – Mixed Media William Cantwell Fine Art  – Painting: Oil/Acrylic  
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