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FLORIDA: IN TRANSFORMATION

ON VIEW APRIL 30, 2022 - OCTOBER 30, 2022

A Florida “Call to Artist” Exhibit in celebration of the
United Nation’s designated
2022 International Year of Glass

Imagine Museum inspired artists working with the glass material to push the boundaries of 
Florida: In Transformation and submit works of art that communicated their personal narrative or influences
taken from this state — as only glass and its profound qualities can capture. 

Eli Cecil

Give Yourself Time

Dan Alexander

Aqua Nucleus Droplet

Rick Eggert

Sun Salutation

Jenna Efrein

Catch of the Day

Florida has been transforming since its earliest recorded occupation in 12,000 BC. It transformed as the continents transformed and there has been no turning back. We have everglades, we have NASA, we have Disneyworld, we have exotic birds everywhere, alligators, dolphins and manatees abound in our waterways, we have national sports teams, and hurricanes, we occupy the Atlantic coast and the Gulf Coast and most importantly, we have an average of 280 days of sunshine and mild temperatures which brings people to our state from all over the world. Diversity, eccentricity and retirees seem to dominate a national perception of our state.  

LouAnn Wukitsch

Big Blue

The FLORIDA: In Transformation exhibit showcases 49 exceptional pieces, representing 37 of the very best contemporary artists who work with glass in the state.

LouAnn Wukitsch

Big Blue

ARTISTS IN FLORIDA: IN TRANSFORMATION EXHIBIT

– St. Petersburg
– St. Petersburg
– Bradenton
– St. Petersburg
– Delray Beach
– Melbourne Beach
– St. Petersburg
– St. Petersburg
– Fort Myers
– Palm Beach
– Belleair Beach
– Miami Beach
– Jupiter
– Melbourne
– Port Charlotte
– Holiday
– Largo
– Tampa
– Sarasota

– Pensacola
– Tampa
– St. Petersburg
– Spring Hill
– Homestead
– St. Petersburg
– St. Petersburg
– Clearwater
– Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
– Venice
– Miami Beach
– Pensacola
– St. Petersburg
– Ormond Beach
– Tampa
– Dunnellon
– Fort Myers
– St. Petersburg

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