Follow in the steps of Picasso, Van Gogh, Degas’ and Manet and have a little wine next time you pick up a brush with Canvas n Corks down at ArtSpace on Pine Ave in the city of Anna Maria.
Let local artist Debra Webster uncork a bottle and help you find your inner artist at a sip ‘n paint style work shop where all paint, canvas, and brushes will be provided along with light snacks. All you need to bring is your favorite beverage and yourself, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced artist they have everything you need to create a one of a kind masterpiece you’ll be proud to hang in your home.
Classes take place weekly for just $35 per person and include all supplies. You can schedule your group getaway or ladies night out by inquiring here at info@ArtspaceAnnaMaria.com or call 941-243-3835.
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Check out this one time event at Artspace Anna Maria! Artspace Studio & Gallery located at the end of Pine Avenue on northern Anna Maria Island, invites the public to an artist’s reception Saturday, March 22nd, 6-8 PM. This event is also free to attend!
Neon Neurons at Artspace Anna Maria
The new exhibit, “Neon Neurons“ features the work of Dr. Juan Sanchez-Ramos. Also known as ‘Zeno’, Sanchez-Ramos started his early career as a wandering portrait artist and designer, but evolved over the years to become a neuroscientist-physician. He is also the Medical Director for the Parkinson Research Foundation and Professor of Neurology at USF – Tampa.
Zeno uses images from research in Neurobiology to inspire new designs and art works. Neon Neurons was inspired by photomicrographs of neurons in his lab. Intrigued by the fractal nature of neurons, he began to draw simple neurons using a 3D drawing program. The images show the structure of developing neurons from their stem cell origins to their beautiful fractal branching structures.
Zeno will give a short talk about his research and design processes during the reception. Join artists, friends and neighbors for champagne, snacks, community painting, and live music. And, enjoy another Artspace Community Challenge! Be sure to cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award for the Artspace Challenge. Wear something neon too!
For more information, stop by Artspace gallery or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Located: above the Anna Maria Post Office, Bayview Plaza
Tuesdays through Saturdays 11-4PM.
Cardboard Kitsch and the Wooden Wallflower at Artspace
Location and Dates
Cardboard Kitsch and the Wooden Wallflower at Artspace will be open from Wednesday, September 4 until Saturday, September 14 except for Sunday the 8th, Monday the 9th, and Tuesday the 10th. The exhibit will be open to viewing from 11am to 4pm.
101 S Bay Blvd
Anna Maria, 34216
The exhibit revolves around using recycled and found materials to construct their pieces of quirky and awkward art. The folk and graffiti inspired works are created by Hector and Bonnie Ferran who are also the creators of The Village Magazine.