Fort Walton Beach Florida Art

On October 12 at 7 p.m., Northwest Florida Ballet (NFB) will begin a two-hour performance of "Mad Mozart in the Sand" by the Sinfonia with its dance company and guest artists. The Arts Guild's popular "Love of the Arts" luncheon will return to the arts with a special performance by violinist SooBeen Lee and her orchestra.

Enjoy a complimentary glass of chardonnay while creating your ShardWorx masterpiece or visit the friendly farmers and bakers at the Fort Walton Beach Towne Center market. Stroll through shady trees, fountains and paved walkways against the backdrop of the historic Fort Walter Beach Historic District.

Check out some of the works by local artists currently on display in the lobby. Visit Fort Walton Beach Towne Center Market and Fort Walter Beach Historic District to see what they have to offer. Visit the Art Gallery of FortWalton Beach, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the art galleries on the Florida State University and University of Florida campuses.

If you are attending a guided art course or would rather create your own art in a creative space, Kaleidoscopes Destin is the place for you. Dorado said that the painting course is open to all people interested in art, from beginners to professional artists, and is a great option for groups who want to try something new and fun in Destin. She recommends budding artists and prospective buyers to try out new techniques. A mosaic art workshop where participants can learn mosaic art by creating their own mosaics and bird baths.

Studio by the Sea is about painting while sitting on the sand and watching the waves of the Gulf circling the shore.

In Destin you can let your creative juices flow and make your own unique souvenirs that you can take home and enjoy for many years to come. Art of painting, sculpture, jewelry and baskets form the inspiration for the gallery, while the creative space at the back of the store provides the perfect place to create your own masterpiece. The gallery and studio make it easy to embrace the inner artist, try new disciplines and techniques or just have fun.

Visit us for the second time each year at the Seascape Towne Centre at the Seasape Resort in Miramar Beach. The Tribal Charity Paddle Race will take place on Saturday, July 22 in aid of the Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center. On Sunday, June 5, the first annual T-shirt drive of the Taylor Haugen Foundation will take place in the parking lot of the Destin Convention Center, benefiting the Sierra Club of Florida and the Florida Department of Children and Family Services (FDCFS). The first FCS Foursquare Art Show and Sale will also take place on Friday, August 26 at 1 p.m. in Fort Walter Beach, Florida, and Sunday, August 27 at 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., which will take place each year in a different location and benefit the Taylorsville Community Center and its programs and services.

Destin's Michael J. Thomas has a full band to open for his upcoming novel Burial Twiztid, and Deja vu delivers finesse and energy that make audiences demand more as he transitions through his latest album. White will perform with the support of special guests and a special guest from the Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center.

The Topsail Hill Preserve State Park will open the Topsails in the Dark series with its annual Firkin Party, which will take place on Saturday, July 7, from 4 to 7 pm in the park. The Firkin 'Fete will be the first in a series of events that will bring cooler, fresher weather to the Gulf Coast's beaches.

Paint the Coast will take the popular group painting course to a new level with a Destin workshop led by local artist Kathy Schumacher. In each artwork Rodrigues visitors will find common elements, including beach, water, trees, birds, animals and other natural elements. The artistic intention is to capture the beauty and vibrancy of the coast, allowing customers to enjoy this beauty inside and outside their homes and businesses. Often the motif of the painting is a local landmark, such as a lighthouse, a beach property or a historic building.

For her, art is a relatively new discovery, since she entered art ten years ago at the age of 45 and was able to share her newly discovered passion with others. The self-taught artist was inspired by the works of her friend Eddie Rodrigues, owner of the Big Rooster Art Gallery in Mexico City. She first visited BigRooster in 2010 after finding a copy of Eddie's book "Eddie's Art of the World" from his trip to Mexico City, where he taught many times.

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