Friday, March 16, 2012

An Orlando Art 3rd Thursday Adventure

The evening kicked off at Sabio's 
(moi, Mirjana Cesar, model, Dilcia, Ellen, Arlene) 
Fabulous music, art, antiques and since it is located
 Inside Bijou's Boutique in College Park Florida
I grabbed a moment to try on some clothes FUN!

 Then downtown to FAVO!
where,  if you have been to the art deco lined hotels of South Beach filled 
with art during Art Base
you will revel in the pure energy and excitement - 
and the incredible ever changing art at FAVO in an old motel.
Gallery 1792 was there
Les Jarvela, Chef Olive, Tommy Cannalogna,(owner of Gallery 1792)  and
Will Benton (director of FAVO)

I was soooo busy talking and looking at art I did not take pics this event 
above pics are from previous event, 
now the whole top floors are full of artists!...
but I must share this link to someone I met 
an artist with impressive expressionistic surreal work
Julio Cesar Rodriguez Aguilar

Douglas Nesbit, Josh Garrick, Chris Casler, and Bill Bachman at The Gallery at Avalon Island
From Colonial then to the heart of downtown to Pine St 
where the Paint the Town Exhibit hosted by 
Orlando Magazine(This link shows artists and their work)
That crew of men (above pic) was a moment last night when 
friends and photographers intersected in the same place
 and we all had to grab a shot of these award winning photographers together!
Out the door to City Arts Factory....
but on  the way  I see friends Meridith Olinger and Donna Dowless
in a restaurant filled with more art as the 3rd Thursday Art walk takes over the downtown.
Donna Dowless and Robin at Donna's
exhibit last month at the Grand Bohemian

Me and Meridith at  Dresses; Objects of Art 2011 exhibit.

Now Inside City Arts Factory with  friend and artist Dlynn Roll
with her fabulous abstract art!

It's a visual journey...filled with wonderful convo,
culinary delights,wine if you like...
but always  interesting people, and ART!

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1 comment:

Janet Vanderhoof said...

Love your pictures. You are so fortunate to have such a wonderful art community.