January 7-February 29

Art In Public Places celebrates Black History Month at Kissimmee City Hall, January 7 through February 29. Artists Patrick Noze, Asaan 'Swamburger' Brooks, Joyce Hayes, Tre Mark Harris TR3, Vanj Art will exhibit works on all floors.

Kissimmee City Hall

January 7-February 29

Art In Public Places celebrates Black History Month at Kissimmee City Hall, January 7 through February 29. Artists Patrick Noze, Asaan 'Swamburger' Brooks, Joyce Hayes, Tre Mark Harris TR3, Vanj Art will exhibit works on all floors.

Kissimmee City Hall

January 7-February 29

Art In Public Places celebrates Black History Month at Kissimmee City Hall, January 7 through February 29. Artists Patrick Noze, Asaan 'Swamburger' Brooks, Joyce Hayes, Tre Mark Harris TR3, Vanj Art will exhibit works on all floors.

Kissimmee City Hall

January 7-February 29

Art In Public Places celebrates Black History Month at Kissimmee City Hall, January 7 through February 29. Artists Patrick Noze, Asaan 'Swamburger' Brooks, Joyce Hayes, Tre Mark Harris TR3, Vanj Art will exhibit works on all floors.

Kissimmee City Hall

 

 

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

marilyn@osceolaarts.org

407-749-6607

CURRENT EXHIBITS

March 2 - April 30

Osceola Arts - Art in Public Places celebrates Women's History Month at Kissimmee City Hall. Central Florida artists Carrisa Imel, Ida Y. Robles, Bernadette Conte, Heather Nagy, and Patricia Byron exhibit work on all floors March 2 through April 30. Free reception on Tuesday, March 17 from 5pm to 6pm at Kissimmee City Hall, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, 34741.

Kissimmee City Hall

March 2 - April 30

Art in Public Places presents local artist Grace Senior-Morandi at The Hart Memorial Library in Kissimmee, March 2-April 30. Senior-Morandi transforms images of everyday life into unique works of art by incorporating colorful layers of shapes and patterns into joyful compositions. Grace Senior Morandi will provide a free art workshop “Art With Grace” at the Hart Memorial Library on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm. www.osceolalibrary.org . For more information on Art In Public Places contact marilyn@osceolaarts.org.

Hart Memorial Library

March 13 - April 30

Osceola Arts Art in Public Places presents artist Sina Sutter at Buenaventura Lakes Library in Kissimmee, March 13 - April 30. Born in Matanzas, Cuba, where she began her formal art training at the age of eight. She has owned and operated art galleries during most of her career, and worked and exhibited her art locally at Walt Disney World Theme Parks, Barnum and Bailey Circus World, Orlando City Hall, Valencia Community College, University of Central Florida, Ceramic Art Gallery, Vision Enterprises, Axner Ceramics. At a national level, Sutter has created art for the National Hispana Leadership Institute NHLI, the Smithsonian Center for Latino initiatives for Women’s History Month, US Department of Health, UNIFEM’s Washington DC, MPowerment Works, World Pulse Global Organization, Family Leadership Institute and Women’s Caucus for the Arts. Sutter founded and developed the Learn to Be Creative and Art Mindfulness workshops series to teach others about the impact and the power of creativity, color, mindfulness and mandalas using art as a tool. Sutter creates art by using watercolors and mixed media, adding a new dimension by incorporating a technique with hand cut glass and double canvas. Her work focuses on individual creativity, energy and mindfulness.

BVL Library

March 2 - May 31

Osceola Arts Art in Public Places presents Kissimmee artist Emmanuel “Noni” de Guzman at West Osceola Library in Celebration from March 2 - May 31. Guzman’s watercolor paintings feature a variety of subject matter, usually about wildlife, landscapes, portraits, and people's livelihoods, street vendors in particular. He finds the latter very interesting as it brings back memories of his childhood in the Philippines. “I have always been drawn to realism in my paintings ever since I was little, always trying to learn and understand how light interacts with objects and surfaces of different materials. To this day, I still challenge myself to explore new possibilities and techniques in watercolor and other mediums. For more information on Art in Public Places contact marilyn@osceolaarts.org.

West Osceola Library

January 13-February 14

Osceola Arts- Art in Public Places presents Kissimmee artist Parker Beaudoin at the Veterans Memorial St. Cloud Library. Mr. Beaudoin is influenced by the bold and colorful creations from his training as a tattoo artist. His work captures the symbolism of stories shared by his clients as well as his own personal experiences. Mr. Beaudoin’s goal is to share his love of art with everyone by creating his own company trademarked Spread Love With Art. Inc., providing accessible and affordable art for everyone. Original art created by Parker Beaudin will be on display a from January 13th through February 14th. For more information on Art in Public Places contact marilyn@osceolaarts.org.

Veterans Memorial Library

PUBLIC MURALS PROJECT

Art Transforms-Building a Creative Community

 

Public spaces are essential ingredients in every community.  Public spaces provide opportunities for people to meet and be exposed to a variety of neighbors. ARTisNOW: ​Osceola Arts Public Murals Project​ is embarking on year two! This project joins talented local artists and community members through the collaborative process of mural-making to create high-quality public murals that transform and revitalize downtown Kissimmee public spaces. This program will provide new ways of looking at the arts as a powerful force to inspire community dialogue, community development, and celebrate local culture.

 

There are four properties in historic downtown Kissimmee that will be transformed this March

 

 For more information please contact me at ​marilyn@osceolaarts.org​, 407-846-6257.

Thank you to the

City of Kissimmee & Sherwin Williams

for their sponsorship of this program!

2020 MURAL ARTISTS

2019 MURALS

16 Broadway

Artist: Christian Stanley

120 Broadway

Artist: Steven Teller

8 Broadway

Artist: German Lemus

421 Broadway

Artist: Willie Soto

Connecting You to Creativity!

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2411 East Irlo Bronson Highway

Kissimmee, FL 34744