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Ke Francis show at Florida Mining Gallery
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Artsy on the Road: Tales from Florida

Since Mr. Forager & I made our trek West from Florida over a year and a half ago, I hadn’t been back to my hometown.  So we took advantage of finally being semi-close to a major airport, counted up…

Design Foraging Galleries

Friday Finds: Galleries to Love

This whole economic mess has contributed to the loss of countless galleries around the US.  I know first hand what it is like to put blood, sweat and tears into one.  OK, maybe not blood, but plenty of sweat…

Red Yellow Love Melt, oil on canvas
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Action Figuration:  Betsy Cain

When I took figure drawing in college, I recall my professor telling us that once we mastered drawing the figure realistically, that’s when the real fun begins.  For once you understand the hollows and bumps of the human figure,…

Williams
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April Facebook Featured Artist: Steve Williams

When I launched the Artsy Forager Facebook Featured Artist program this month, I was thrilled when Steve Williams agreed to be my inaugural artist. Like me, Steve is a native of our hometown, Jacksonville, Florida and has long been…

topaz
Daily Artsy Mixed Media

Curious Amalgamations of the Unrelated: Geoff Mitchell

It seems to be human nature to look for meaning in everything.  We agonize over the meaning of baby names before choosing monikers for our offspring, we overanalyze  other people’s words to find out what they really meant, we…

CPHACE series by Laird
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Artsy on Escape Into Life: Laird

Check out my Escape Into Life post today featuring Laird, a Northeast Florida photographer whose work can be seen at Florida Mining.  You may remember his work from my Gallery Spotlight post featuring FM.  This new work is stunning!…

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Artsy Spot:  Florida Mining

Ninety-nine percent of the time I completely love my life in the Pacific Northwest.  But occasionally, there is that nagging little 1% that longs to be back in my hometown of Jacksonville, Florida, just so that I can be…