Osceola Arts partners with local businesses and government agencies to present Art in Public Places.  Artwork is currently on display at the Hart Memorial and Buena Ventura Lakes libraries, Kissimmee City Hall and Florida Hospital Celebration.

Contact Marilyn Cortes-Lovato for exhibit details and artist application.


Marilyn Cortes-Lovato

Director, Visual Arts

Osceola Arts




January 8 - February 28

Raymond Jimenez and Katiana Robles are Orlando artists. Jimenez, a ceramicist, uses the human face as a jumping off point for his work. With this common vocabulary and easily recognizable form, he plays with the concepts of perception, self-perception, masks, identity, and seeks to find/bring new understandings between himself and the viewer. Katiana Robles is a multidisciplinary artist who sculpts, paints, and illustrates in a variety of media including some edible ones. Her work has been exhibited throughout Central Florida. Robles & Jimenez exhibit together at the BVL Library in Kissimmee Jan. 8-Feb. 28, 405 Buenaventura Blvd, Kissimmee, FL 34743 Instagram @kat_robles. @OsceolaArtsArtinPublicPlaces

Buenaventura Lakes Library

November 20 - January 8

Osceola Arts and Art in Public Places will showcase Kissimmee artist Gladys Torres at Kissimmee City Hall from Nov. 20-Jan. 8. Gladys Torres paints Christian iconography and traditional religious references to explore, critique, celebrate, lament, and reflect upon her personal connection to her Venezuelan heritage and her Christian faith.

Kissimmee City Hall

January 1 - February 28

Osceola Arts- Art in Public Places presents Chris Carr. Mr. Carr was born in North Carolina but has lived in Orlando, FL for the last twenty years. Creating has always been a part of Carr's life for many years and many different outlets, but photography captured and kept his attention. He prides himself on always looking at things differently while viewing the world with a unique perspective. These traits were the driving force in his Puddle Reflections photo series. The series captures surreal landscapes from nothing more than reflections in puddles. Images which evoke the idea of two worlds, colliding in one image, all brought together from one small view. Chris Carr's work will be on display at the Hart Memorial Library in Kissimmee from January through February 2018.For more information on Art in Public Places contact marilyn@osceolaarts.org.

Hart Memorial Library

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