Serenity series opening tomorrow March 31, 2018, 11 am to 4 pm 1340 Central Avenue (between 13 & 14th streets) Sarasota, Florida 34234.
Original Andy Warhol screen print no. 131/250 Onion Soup
To be exhibited and available for purchase, limited time.
Andy Warhol screen print Onion Soup original
CENTRAL CREATIVE COMMONS ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 10AM – 4PM
1330-1340 Central Avenue, between 13 & 14th Streets Sarasota
Central Creative Commons at 1330 – 1340 Central Avenue, Sarasota, north of 10th street, is a unique enclave of studios for professional painters, a photographer, a potter and multi-media artists. The artists included for February 24, 2018 open studios: Painter Lucy Barber and Photographer Wayne Eastep.
February’s open studios gives you behind-the-scenes access to each professional artist’s working studio: meet the outstanding artists, see their work, explore and exchange ideas, and browse artworks available for purchase. The open studio event is free and open to the public.
The Central Creative Commons is located within the Central-Cocoanut Historic District and in keeping with Sarasota’s growing arts scene, is just a few blocks north of the Rosemary Arts District. Connecting to and evolving from the Rosemary District, the Sarasota arts district is growing northward. You are invited to join in this exciting new development!
January 27, 2018, Central Creative Commons, Sarasota, Florida.
My fellow artists; Lucy Barber, Brandy Eiger, Kathy Wright and I welcomed visitors and buyers to a successful “Open Studio’s” Saturday January 27, 2018. We appreciate the many visitors to our studios and thank those who supported our creative work with purchases.
Work is underway for our next Open Studio’s February 24, 2018 10am to 4pm. We will be showing new photography, paintings, and multi-media art. Visitors shared with us how much they enjoyed seeing the space where we work and being able to talk with us about our creative process. We get so much from these interactions and look forward to welcoming you to our next opening. –Wayne Eastep–