Gulfport’s First Friday Art Walk celebrates women with a special theme: Women on the Rise-Watch Us Soar!
No one knows how many murals the late Keith Stillwagon painted in Gulfport, but two Gulfportians have launched an effort to document them all before they disappear forever. Here’s how you can help.
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You may have seen Lester leading the Gulfport Gecko Amalgamated Marching Band with a stuffed green gecko on her head. But did you know the St. Pete character is a working artist, college professor, and is currently curating and showing in an exhibit at the Catherine Hickman Theater?
On July 11, Ray Domingo secured the last of needed funds for his future Gulfport gecko statue. The 14-foot statue will watch over people from the west side of the Gulfport Casino Ballroom. The City granted Domingo $16,000 this May, and Domingo raised the rest in less than three months.
She’s a blue-haired feminist artist who paints her dreams: Prime Gulfport.
The downtown Gulfport studio is the center of many local art events. This May, the shop celebrates three years of open doors, art, and local creators.
Shirley Baldwin is a practical crafter, Judy Lightwater colors outside the lines. Together, they’re bringing art to the Catherine Hickman Theater.
The Gulfport icon’s rendering once lived in the Historic Peninsula Inn, but now the painting resides in Ray Domingo’s working studio.
ArtJones proved a welcome change for folks to get outside and see art created in local studios around town Saturday, December 5.
The ArtJones Open Studio Tour, one of Gulfport’s most anticipated art events, is this weekend, December 5 and 6, featuring 12 artists in seven locations.
“All my paintings have a story to tell,” says Gulfport artist Jila Davoodi whose work will be featured in the return of the First Friday Art Walk on October 2.