Visual Arts

February 13 - March 29

Bronze Kingdom exhibits works at Osceola Arts February 13- March 29! With over 2,000 pieces in the collection, Bronze Kingdom in Orlando represents an important spectrum of African bronze, beaded, and wood sculptures from all over the continent including Nigeria, Cameroon, Mali, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Senegal, and The Democratic Republic of the Congo. Collector, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, Mr. Rawlvan R. Bennett acquired this work over 40 years directly from African leaders through cultivated relationships and respectful negotiations, building schools, hospitals, and bridges for West African communities. Bronze Kingdom. Works from Mali, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Ghana, and Cameroon, along with works from featured artists that will range from South Africa to Central Florida will be on display in the Main Gallery. Reception 2/29 from 2p to 5p Free reception on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2-5pm. For more information contact

Main Gallery

February 29 - April 5

Osceola Arts celebrates the creative diversity of Florida artists with the Juried Art Show 2020. Over fifty local emerging and professional artists have been selected to exhibit original artworks in our galleries from February 29 through April 5. For more information, contact

Community Gallery

February 29 - April 24

Osceola Arts presents Orlando artist Michelle Irizarry in the Studio Gallery. Irizarry started painting in her native Puerto Rico at a very young age and it has been a therapeutic and healing endeavor throughout her life. Human suffering and overcoming adversity are common themes in her artwork. She is especially sensitive to environmental causes, and water is a common theme. A recent fascination with the human form has inspired her to include her daughters as subjects in many of her paintings. Michelle’s work has been described as colorful, introspective, profound and thought-provoking and have been exhibited in galleries throughout Central Florida. “Visions of Our Environment” by Michelle Irizarry in the Studio Gallery, Feb. 29 - April 24. Free artist reception on Saturday, Feb. 29 from 2-5pm, Osceola Arts exhibits are always free and open to the public. For more information contact

Studio Gallery

July 1 - August 26

Osceola Arts presents Tom "Tommy" Tompkins, arts patron, philanthropist, world traveler, and avid photographer. Mr. Tompkins has generously donated a selection of high-quality metal photographs to the Center. Each image captures a timeless moment as Tompkins joyfully documents the beauty of his globe-trotting adventures. Tom Tompkins photographs are on display in the Lobby Gallery through August 25th and are for sale with all proceeds to be donated to the Osceola Arts art education program. If you would like to make a purchase, please contact the box office at 407-846-6257 or

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Gallery Hours


10am - 5pm

Tuesday - Friday


Galleries and Exhibit receptions are free and open to the public.

Congratulations to all our

2020 National Arts Program Award Winners

Call to Artists- Juried Show

Juried Art Show

Deadline: January 11, 2020

CALL FOR ARTISTS-  Share your creative spirit and make this a brighter world!  Open to adult artists living and creating art in Florida. There is no theme for this exhibition all media will be accepted including sculpture. Original art only, executed in the past 3 years and not previously entered into or displayed in an Osceola Arts exhibition. No fee to enter, no commission on works for sale!

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Exhibit runs February 29 - April 5, 2020. Artists reception Saturday, February 29 from 2pm-5pm.

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Connecting You to Creativity!

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