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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

Out2News.com

Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

Out2News.com

Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

Out2News.com

Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

Out2News.com

Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

Out2News.com

Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

Out2News.com

Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Photo by: Robin Hall Out2News/Out2martincounty.com

Email your story or request to: rshall@out2martincounty.com

Out2martincounty.com adheres to full compliance with C.O.P.P.A. (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998)

“Martin County’s Photo Journal”

Out2martincounty.com

2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

Out2News.com

Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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2019 Sandhill Cove Art Sale & Show

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Palm City- On Saturday, March 30th an Art Show at Sandhill Cove Retirement Living was held for the community. 10% of the proceeds went to Helping People Succeed located in Stuart. The art exhibitors were located throughout the clubhouse and auditorium where local artists display their many beautiful works of art. There was voting by people who attended the event for their favorite artist. There were 96 artists at the event with 12 resident members that proudly displayed their works.

Their was also a kids zone outside of the clubhouse for children to paint rocks and experience the art of of face painting and enjoy sno cones.

Sponsors for the event were The Palm City Chamber of Commerce, The Garden Cluf of Stuart, The Arts Council, Segott Insurance, The Church of Latter Day Saints and Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.

Helping People Succeed provides opportunities and choices that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training and employment. To learn more contact them at: 772.320.0770.

Sandhill Cove Retirement Living is an Active-Adult Retirement Community that offers a resort-like lifestyle with first class amenities, and health service optionsfor the future. For more information please contact Jill Burton – Marketing Director at: 772.220.1090.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Pointillism Exhibit Scoring High Points

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In Photo: Student artist Kaitlin Collins explains the premise of kinetic pointillism to her father. 

A new, free exhibit just opened at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and it might have you seeing dots – or rather points. Students from all over the Treasure Coast are featured in the unique new art exhibit of the Kinetic Pointillism movement, which will be on display through Thursday, March 28th and is open to the public. On hand for the exhibit’s opening were some very enthusiastic young artists and their families. For many, it was a chance to experience their first major art exhibit opening, and for the student artists, the thrill was magnified because some of their own artwork is being displayed. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart were on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public and to help explain the premise of kinetic pointillism.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked simply by the patterns and placement of the ‘points’ or dabs of paint? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and the show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

According to Rob Ottesen, artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a high school student from Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Ottesen says the students from Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River High School in Indian River County have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

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Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Pointillism Exhibit Scoring High Points

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In Photo: Naya Orozco pictured with her interpretation of Socrates’ theory of kinetic eyes

A new, free exhibit just opened at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and it might have you seeing dots – or rather points. Students from all over the Treasure Coast are featured in the unique new art exhibit of the Kinetic Pointillism movement, which will be on display through Thursday, March 28th and is open to the public. On hand for the exhibit’s opening were some very enthusiastic young artists and their families. For many, it was a chance to experience their first major art exhibit opening, and for the student artists, the thrill was magnified because some of their own artwork is being displayed. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart were on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public and to help explain the premise of kinetic pointillism.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked simply by the patterns and placement of the ‘points’ or dabs of paint? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and the show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

According to Rob Ottesen, artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a high school student from Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Ottesen says the students from Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River High School in Indian River County have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

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Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Pointillism Exhibit Scoring High Points

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In Photo: Artists and teachers Rob Otteson, Alexandria Gribble, Tim Tredor, Kayla Roge, Kaitlin Collins, Micah Lewis, Jessica Fingal, Ashley Bowden, Naya Orzco, Adriana Harvey gather to celebrate the Kinetic Pointillism display at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.

A new, free exhibit just opened at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and it might have you seeing dots – or rather points. Students from all over the Treasure Coast are featured in the unique new art exhibit of the Kinetic Pointillism movement, which will be on display through Thursday, March 28th and is open to the public. On hand for the exhibit’s opening were some very enthusiastic young artists and their families. For many, it was a chance to experience their first major art exhibit opening, and for the student artists, the thrill was magnified because some of their own artwork is being displayed. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart were on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public and to help explain the premise of kinetic pointillism.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked simply by the patterns and placement of the ‘points’ or dabs of paint? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and the show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

According to Rob Ottesen, artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a high school student from Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Ottesen says the students from Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River High School in Indian River County have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Pointillism Exhibit Scoring High Points

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In Photo: Instructor Alexandria Gribble from IRSC’s Clark Advanced Learning Center proudly displays the kinetic pointillism explorations done by high school students from across the Treasure Coast.

A new, free exhibit just opened at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and it might have you seeing dots – or rather points. Students from all over the Treasure Coast are featured in the unique new art exhibit of the Kinetic Pointillism movement, which will be on display through Thursday, March 28th and is open to the public. On hand for the exhibit’s opening were some very enthusiastic young artists and their families. For many, it was a chance to experience their first major art exhibit opening, and for the student artists, the thrill was magnified because some of their own artwork is being displayed. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart were on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public and to help explain the premise of kinetic pointillism.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked simply by the patterns and placement of the ‘points’ or dabs of paint? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and the show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

According to Rob Ottesen, artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a high school student from Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Ottesen says the students from Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River High School in Indian River County have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Pointillism Exhibit Scoring High Points

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In Photo: Scarlett Postma enjoys having a chance to share the celebration of her sister’s first art exhibit

A new, free exhibit just opened at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and it might have you seeing dots – or rather points. Students from all over the Treasure Coast are featured in the unique new art exhibit of the Kinetic Pointillism movement, which will be on display through Thursday, March 28th and is open to the public. On hand for the exhibit’s opening were some very enthusiastic young artists and their families. For many, it was a chance to experience their first major art exhibit opening, and for the student artists, the thrill was magnified because some of their own artwork is being displayed. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart were on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public and to help explain the premise of kinetic pointillism.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked simply by the patterns and placement of the ‘points’ or dabs of paint? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and the show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

According to Rob Ottesen, artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a high school student from Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Ottesen says the students from Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River High School in Indian River County have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Pointillism Exhibit Scoring High Points

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In Photo: Instructor Alexandria Gribble from IRSC’s Clark Advanced Learning Center proudly displays the kinetic pointillism explorations done by high school students from across the Treasure Coast.

A new, free exhibit just opened at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and it might have you seeing dots – or rather points. Students from all over the Treasure Coast are featured in the unique new art exhibit of the Kinetic Pointillism movement, which will be on display through Thursday, March 28th and is open to the public. On hand for the exhibit’s opening were some very enthusiastic young artists and their families. For many, it was a chance to experience their first major art exhibit opening, and for the student artists, the thrill was magnified because some of their own artwork is being displayed. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart were on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public and to help explain the premise of kinetic pointillism.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked simply by the patterns and placement of the ‘points’ or dabs of paint? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and the show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

According to Rob Ottesen, artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a high school student from Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Ottesen says the students from Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River High School in Indian River County have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

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Pointillism Exhibit Scoring High Points

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In Photo: Student artist Ashley Bowden poses with her first exhibited artwork.

A new, free exhibit just opened at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and it might have you seeing dots – or rather points. Students from all over the Treasure Coast are featured in the unique new art exhibit of the Kinetic Pointillism movement, which will be on display through Thursday, March 28th and is open to the public. On hand for the exhibit’s opening were some very enthusiastic young artists and their families. For many, it was a chance to experience their first major art exhibit opening, and for the student artists, the thrill was magnified because some of their own artwork is being displayed. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart were on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public and to help explain the premise of kinetic pointillism.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked simply by the patterns and placement of the ‘points’ or dabs of paint? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and the show at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

According to Rob Ottesen, artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a high school student from Indian River State College’s Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Ottesen says the students from Clark Advanced Learning Center, the Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Sebastian River High School in Indian River County have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

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Walking The Labyrinth

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“Walking The Labyrinth” will be Saturday, March 2 from 10 a.m. to noon at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 5150 S.E. Railway Ave., Cove Road at Dixie Highway, Stuart.
St. Luke’s has its own portable labyrinth, painted on a large canvas which can be placed in the parish hall or out under trees surrounding the church. A labyrinth is an ancient symbol which relates to wholeness. Its purpose is to combine the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path.
Labyrinths have been used as meditation and prayer tools. It is not a maze but has only one path which leads one on a circuitous path to the center and out again.
Admission is free. For more information, call 772-286-5455 or go to www.stlukesfl.org.

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MARTIN COUNTY FAIR “PEOPLE’S CHOICE” AWARDS

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Each year, Martin County schools are invited to participate in the Martin County Fair by creating a floor display relating to the environment, using recycled and repurposed materials. The creations are voted on by fair-goers, and this year, the 60th Anniversary of the Fair, five schools entered, with the top three vote-getters receiving cash awards.

This year’s First Place winner was Jensen Beach High School, for “Wetlands to Waves”, awarded $300 from the Wallace Auto Group. Second Place went to Stuart Middle School for “Our Water Wildlife”, receiving $200 from Painting with a Twist”, and Third Place went to Hidden Oaks Middle School for “Red Tide, Green Algae Stinx”, with a $100 award from Geoffrey Smith, Sculptor. Additional entries were from Indiantown Middle School and Pinewood Elementary School.

Photo Courtesy of Bobbi Demurs – Martin County Fair Association

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MARTIN COUNTY FAIR ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

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The winners of the Best in Show awards for the five categories in the 60th Anniversary Martin County Fair Home Arts/Arts & Crafts areas were announced on Friday, February 15, 2019. Ribbons for First, Second and Third place were awarded earlier.

The Creative Arts Best in Show award went to Diane Hagg of Palm City for her “Giraffe”, made from the base of a palm frond. The Fine Arts award went to Chelsea Monet of Stuart, a student at South Fork High School for her stippling “Fall Harvest”. George Geiger of Palm City won in the Culinary category for his tomato-basil bread. The Horticulture award went to Mason Merola, a student at Jensen Beach Elementary School and a member of the Green Team Kids Club, for his tomato plant. The Photography category, was won by Rita Kimmons of Stuart, for her photo, “Great Fisherman”.

Photos Courtesy of Bobbi Demurs – Martin County Fair Association

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MARTIN COUNTY FAIR ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

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The winners of the Best in Show awards for the five categories in the 60th Anniversary Martin County Fair Home Arts/Arts & Crafts areas were announced on Friday, February 15, 2019. Ribbons for First, Second and Third place were awarded earlier.

The Creative Arts Best in Show award went to Diane Hagg of Palm City for her “Giraffe”, made from the base of a palm frond. The Fine Arts award went to Chelsea Monet of Stuart, a student at South Fork High School for her stippling “Fall Harvest”. George Geiger of Palm City won in the Culinary category for his tomato-basil bread. The Horticulture award went to Mason Merola, a student at Jensen Beach Elementary School and a member of the Green Team Kids Club, for his tomato plant. The Photography category, was won by Rita Kimmons of Stuart, for her photo, “Great Fisherman”.

Photos Courtesy of Bobbi Demurs – Martin County Fair Association

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MARTIN COUNTY FAIR ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

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The winners of the Best in Show awards for the five categories in the 60th Anniversary Martin County Fair Home Arts/Arts & Crafts areas were announced on Friday, February 15, 2019. Ribbons for First, Second and Third place were awarded earlier.

The Creative Arts Best in Show award went to Diane Hagg of Palm City for her “Giraffe”, made from the base of a palm frond. The Fine Arts award went to Chelsea Monet of Stuart, a student at South Fork High School for her stippling “Fall Harvest”. George Geiger of Palm City won in the Culinary category for his tomato-basil bread. The Horticulture award went to Mason Merola, a student at Jensen Beach Elementary School and a member of the Green Team Kids Club, for his tomato plant. The Photography category, was won by Rita Kimmons of Stuart, for her photo, “Great Fisherman”.

Photos Courtesy of Bobbi Demurs – Martin County Fair Association

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MARTIN COUNTY FAIR ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

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The winners of the Best in Show awards for the five categories in the 60th Anniversary Martin County Fair Home Arts/Arts & Crafts areas were announced on Friday, February 15, 2019. Ribbons for First, Second and Third place were awarded earlier.

The Creative Arts Best in Show award went to Diane Hagg of Palm City for her “Giraffe”, made from the base of a palm frond. The Fine Arts award went to Chelsea Monet of Stuart, a student at South Fork High School for her stippling “Fall Harvest”. George Geiger of Palm City won in the Culinary category for his tomato-basil bread. The Horticulture award went to Mason Merola, a student at Jensen Beach Elementary School and a member of the Green Team Kids Club, for his tomato plant. The Photography category, was won by Rita Kimmons of Stuart, for her photo, “Great Fisherman”.

Photos Courtesy of Bobbi Demurs – Martin County Fair Association

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MARTIN COUNTY FAIR ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS

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The winners of the Best in Show awards for the five categories in the 60th Anniversary Martin County Fair Home Arts/Arts & Crafts areas were announced on Friday, February 15, 2019. Ribbons for First, Second and Third place were awarded earlier.

The Creative Arts Best in Show award went to Diane Hagg of Palm City for her “Giraffe”, made from the base of a palm frond. The Fine Arts award went to Chelsea Monet of Stuart, a student at South Fork High School for her stippling “Fall Harvest”. George Geiger of Palm City won in the Culinary category for his tomato-basil bread. The Horticulture award went to Mason Merola, a student at Jensen Beach Elementary School and a member of the Green Team Kids Club, for his tomato plant. The Photography category, was won by Rita Kimmons of Stuart, for her photo, “Great Fisherman”.

Photos Courtesy of Bobbi Demurs – Martin County Fair Association

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Hobe Sound 18th Annual Festival of the Arts

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Hobe Sound – On Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3, 2019 the Hobes Sound Festival of the Arts was held. The Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber and produced by Howard Alan Events (HAE), producer of the nation’s finest juried art shows. Located at 11954 SE Dixie Highway in Hobe Sound. The Admission was free to the public to attend and take time to look at lots of different arts in the community. Many of the nation’s top artists and skilled craft artisans showed off their many forms of art at the 18th Annual Hobe Sound Festival of the Arts. Hundreds of gallery-style booths with a medium of fine art lining the streets in Hobe Sound. Parking was free and pets were welcomed as long as they were leashes.

The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce plays a significant role in the Martin County and northern Palm Beach County business community. The Chamber is a business organization financed entirely by membership investments. It provides opportunities for members to stay connected, network, advertise, receive continuing education, receive business support and give back to their community.

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Scoring Points with Students

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In Photo: Artist Rob Ottesen, looks on as Sebastian River High School students Tanela Auguste, Giselle Zamarripa, and Ryan Tokazowski explore kinetic pointillism

An emerging art movement is scoring high points with Treasure Coast students because it’s all about, well – movement and points. But that’s not how it was supposed to happen; however, in a case of art imitating life instead of the other way around, the creative, young artists are behind the wheel and steering the ship, and kinetic pointillism is a movement that is, quite literally, on the move, with its first major exhibit slated for March, 2019, at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center Art Gallery.

According to Rob Ottesen, an artist and the creator of the Kinetic Pointillism School (KPS), “KPS was originally intended to be an art movement for adults. But when a student from Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart won an award in a public contest for the style, it became clear that the future of the movement belonged to the next generation.” Since then, Ottesen says the students have taken over creative control of kinetic pointillism and are branching out in directions that could never have been anticipated.

Kinetic pointillism is a style of painting where points of color create an image and are applied in patterns of movement that reinforce the message of the painting. If you will, it is a spinoff or evolution of its predecessor, pointillism, which was made famous in 1886 by post-impressionist artists Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. Arguably, the most famous example of the original pointillism is Seurat’s, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, but imagine if, in that tranquil and stationary setting, you could actually feel the movement of the water, the gentle breeze, or the wagging tail of the dog being walked? That’s essentially what kinetic pointillism is all about, and it may be the first major art movement in history to be creatively driven by students of high school age.

Part of the reason children seem to be so much more adept at the style of the movement is because they are flexible, creative, and they’ve grown up in a digital revolution where dots per inch (DPI) is de rigeur for them, so translating those dots per inch into brush or pen strokes to create movement is all in a day’s work. Whatever the reason, the students from Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin Counties have taken to kinetic pointillism like fish to water, and of course, both the water and the fish are in motion. And the movement is exactly that – on the move.

On Thursday, March 7th, from 6 to 8 p.m., artists from all three counties will be gathering at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center Art Gallery for a reception to celebrate the student art exhibit, which will run from Friday, March 8th through Thursday, March 28th at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center on US1 in Port St. Lucie. Students from Sebastian River High School, Somerset College Prep Academy in Port St. Lucie and Clark Advanced Learning Center in Stuart will be on hand to share their creativity and artistry with members of the public. Also on hand will be the movement’s founder, Vero Beach resident Rob Ottesen. The exhibit is free and open to the public. If you’d like to learn more about kinetic pointillism, including how your school or student can become involved, you’ll have to get kinetic, get moving and visit www.kineticpointillism.com to view the online gallery and possibly become one of the artists whose work is spotlighted at the March gallery exhibit.

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Helping People Succeed 2019 Art for Living Calendars Available in Martin and St. Lucie Businesses!

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It’s that time of year when Helping People Succeed distributes its popular Art for Living Calendars, available for residents and guests at local business outlets, including Barnes & Noble Book Store in Jensen Beach. Looking for that perfect gift? Helping People Succeed’s 2019 Art for Living Calendar is a reflection of the beauty we have right here on the Treasure Coast! Each month is represented by one of our talented local artists. The calendars sell for only $20.00 each.

The featured calendar artists will be on hand for the calendar signing at Barnes & Noble between 1 and 3 pm on Saturday, December 8 in Jensen Beach. Present will be: Kevin Hutchinson, Sue Ann Mosely, Pam Patterson, Val Lally, Dan Mackin, Kathy Pitts, Susan Clifford, Ginny Jones, Mary Lou Knox, Laura DeBerard, Marian Vitale, Diane Raymond and Carol Baehren-Landeweer.

Other outlets available for the calendar purchases are: The Elliott Museum on Hutchinson Island, Frugal Framer Stuart Office on U.S. 1, Northern Trust on Monterey Road, Dr. Kim Dettori, DDS, on Southeast Ocean Boulevard, Dr. James Vopal on Osceola Street in Stuart, Old Colorado Inn in downtown Stuart, Palm City Art & Frame in Palm City, Stuart/Martin County Chamber of Commerce on Kanner Highway in Stuart, Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce on Bridge Road, the Palm City Chamber of Commerce and All Creatures Animal Hospital on Kanner Highway. Calendar sales available in Fort Pierce/St. Lucie County are the following businesses: NISAIR Air Conditioning on U.S. 1 and A.E. “Bean” Backus Gallery on North Indian River Drive.

The calendars will also be available at the new Helping People Succeed facility, 1601 NE Braille Place, off Savanna Road in Jensen Beach. Additional information can be provided through the office at 772.320.0778.

Helping People Succeed has been serving the Treasure Coast for over 50 years. Through its diversified, effective program services, hundreds of thousands of the most vulnerable local children, families and adults have been able to improve their lives through education, counseling, training and employment. Their goal is to become productive and happy members of our community. For more information, visit the website at www.hpsfl.org and click on the YouTube logo to review Helping People Succeed’s “Making a Difference” video – Building Successful Families – One Life at a Time. Contact Glenna Parris at 772.320.0778 for additional information.

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Photography Class – November/December Session

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Instructor: Paul Careccia | Five Classes | Tuesdays: November 6, 13, 20, 27 & December 4 | 10 a.m.

Paul has more than 30 years of experience as a photographer. He will inspire you as you pursue this fantastic art form and find true joy in the process. The class will cover topics such as developing an eye for photographs; cameras and lenses–which ones to use and why–camera basics including exposure and focusing; photographing people, action, landscapes and nature; and much more. Equipment not provided.

$60 Kane Members/$65 Kane Club & Non-Members

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Painting Class – Afternoons

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Inst. Brenda Leigh | Every Tuesday | 1-4 p.m.

Pay as You Go: $20 Kane Members | $25 Kane Club & Non-Members

Appropriate for all skill levels! Learn a new skill or improve your painting technique. All mediums are encouraged, but beginners will use acrylics. Guaranteed to be fun, informative and inspiring on all levels! Please contact the instructor at 772.221.7640 for a complete list of supplies that will be needed.

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Annual Martin County Arts Fest

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the  Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Annual Martin County Arts Fest

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Annual Martin County Arts Fest

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Email your story or request to: info@out2news.com/martincounty

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Annual Martin County Arts Fest

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the  Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

Email your story or request to: info@out2news.com/martincounty

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

Out2martincounty.com is a photo journal featuring people, “Who they are, what they do and where they do it”.

Do you have something to say, an event to talk about? An event you would like to have covered? Do it here!

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Annual Martin County Arts Fest

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

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Annual Martin County Arts Fest

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Stuart — The Arts Council presented the  Annual ArtsFest, one of the most beloved and prestigious art shows on the Treasure Coast. More than 160 talented artists from across the country lined East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate a weekend filled with fine arts and interactive entertainment.

The Arts Council of Martin County has been a leader in the arts, since 1980! The arts and cultural programs we support inspire creativity, learning and strengthen the fabric of our community. ArtsFest is both our biggest celebration of the arts and our largest fundraiser put on each year to provide opportunity for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds to discover and embrace the arts!

Stuart Painter, Chris Kling, was selected as the featured artist for ArtsFest 2017. Ms. Kling has participated in and received many awards throughout her artistic career; with many of her paintings in private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Ms. Kling has created three unique pieces for ArtsFest to be featured on posters, t-shirts and more!

The Literary Village was back again with a new sequel! You could grab a coffee at Stuart Coffee’s pop-up coffee shop and meet and greet local independent authors of genres! Participants from our Second ArtsFest Literary Competition will be reading their poems and short stories along with some featured performances by local Singer/Songwriters both Saturday and Sunday!

The wildly successful Stuart Chopped competition returned for its third year! Much like the popular TV Show, local chef’s will compete on stage and prepare a gourmet meal from a mystery box of ingredients. This year’s competition took place over the course of two days in our new CHOPPED Arena with the preliminary round being held on Saturday and Sunday.

Nestor Torres graced the ArtsFest stage in 1993, and the organizers were excited for his return for our the 30th Anniversary celebration in partnership with the Lyric Theatre and Wilmington Trust!

Finally for this years festival was the appearance of The Tibetan Monk’s Conflict Resolution Mandala. Millions of grains of sand was painstakingly laid into place on a flat platform beginning Wednesday February 8 as the monks of The Mystical Arts of Tibet created a sand mandala at the Court House Cultural Center Gallery.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning sacred cosmogram. In Tibetan, the art is called dul-tson-kyil-khor, which literally means “mandala of colored powders”. Formed of traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols, the sand-painted mandala is used as a tool for re-consecrating the earth and its inhabitants. Of all the artistic traditions of Tantric Buddhism, that of painting with colored sand ranks as one of the most unique and exquisite.

The culmination (closing ceremony) took place on Sunday, during the last day of ArtsFest when the monks dismantled the mandala, of which was poured into the St Lucie River.

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Annual Kane Center Art Show and Sale

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Port Salerno — Over 100 works of art, lovingly created by our Adult Day Program seniors, were on display Tuesday at the Charles and Rae Kane Center.

An eclecti mix of pieces from the Adult Day Program as well as community artists who donated their work to assist the program financially.

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Port Salerno — Over 100 works of art, lovingly created by our Adult Day Program seniors, were on display Tuesday at the Charles and Rae Kane Center.

An eclecti mix of pieces from the Adult Day Program as well as community artists who donated their work to assist the program financially.

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Annual Kane Center Art Show and Sale

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Port Salerno — Over 100 works of art, lovingly created by our Adult Day Program seniors, were on display Tuesday at the Charles and Rae Kane Center.

An eclecti mix of pieces from the Adult Day Program as well as community artists who donated their work to assist the program financially.

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Annual Kane Center Art Show and Sale

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Port Salerno — Over 100 works of art, lovingly created by our Adult Day Program seniors, were on display Tuesday at the Charles and Rae Kane Center.

An eclecti mix of pieces from the Adult Day Program as well as community artists who donated their work to assist the program financially.

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“SUBJECTIVE REALISM” BY ARTIST ERAN FAR

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On February 10th Palm City Art Associates (PCAA) will welcome New York artist Eran Far to demonstrate her creative art style. The public is invited to attend the regular monthly meetings held on the second Wednesday thru May, at 1:00 P.M., free of charge. Meetings are at the Cummings Library at 2551 SW Matheson Ave. in Palm City, in the Donohue Room. Each month PCAA features excellent and inspiring programs featuring a variety of talented artists who demonstrate their expertise and share tips, techniques and perspectives.

February’s renown guest artist, Eran Far, studied at the prestigious Art Students League of New York, a renown institution for over 130 years. Coming from a background of singing, theater, and dance in her younger years in New York, Eran studied under masters such as the late Joseph Stapleton, Anita Steckel, and the contemporary Dale Myer. Her style of painting was recognized as “Subjective Realism” within the abstract expressionist style. Eran has shown her art in New York, Berlin, Paris, Teheran, and Nice. Now her desire is to share her art with residents of the Treasure Coast, as well as “share her secrets” thru her upcoming classes. Currently Eran is offering art classes at the Artists’ Nook in Stuart, working as a private art instructor, conducting art workshops, and participating in art shows in different venues in Florida. To learn more about this artist, visit her website at: www.yessy.com/eranfar.

Coming up in the next few months are demonstrations by Chris Kling titled “Studio Painting versus Plein Air,” and Judy Mercer presenting “Brightly Colored Foliage in Watercolor.” For further information about Palm City Art Association, its activities, and membership, visit the website www.palmcityartassociates.com.

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3 County Study “Arts and Economic Impact”

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Treasure Coast — The Cultural Council of Indian River County, the Arts Council of Martin County and Art Mundo of St. Lucie County Join Americans for the Arts’ National Study of the Economic Impact of Spending by Nonprofit Arts and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences

In Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties, The Arts Mean Business. That is the message being delivered today by the Cultural Council of Indian River County, Arts Council of Martin County and Arts Mundo of St. Lucie County, who announced they have joined Arts & Economic Prosperity 5, a national study measuring the economic impact of nonprofit arts and cultural organizations and their audiences.

The research study is being conducted by Americans for the Arts, the nation’s nonprofit organization advancing the arts and arts education. It is the fifth study over the past 20 years to measure the impact of arts spending on local jobs, income paid to local residents, and revenue generated to local and state governments.

As three of nearly 300 study partners across all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, the three Treasure Coast Arts Organizations will collect their county’s detailed financial data about their local nonprofit arts and culture organizations such as theater and dance companies, museums and galleries, concerts, opera and orchestras, lectures, literary, and arts education organizations.

“Many people don’t think of nonprofit arts organizations as businesses,” said Keith Kite, Managing Partner, Kite Properties LLC, “but this study will make clear that the arts are a formidable industry in our community—employing people locally, purchasing goods and services from local merchants, and helping to drive tourism and economic development.”

The Cultural Council, Arts Council and Art Mundo will also collect surveys from attendees at arts events using a short, anonymous questionnaire that asks how much money they spent on items such as meals, parking and transportation, and retail shopping specifically as a result of attending the event. Previous studies have shown that the average attendee spends $24.60 per person, per event, beyond the cost of admission. Those studies have also shown that on average, 32 percent of arts attendees travel from outside the county in which the arts event took place, and that those cultural tourists typically spend nearly $40 per person—generating important revenue for local businesses and demonstrating how the arts drive revenue for other businesses in the community.

The Treasure Coast Art Councils believe that “This study will show that when we support the arts in our communities we are making an investment in an industry, one that supports jobs and generates government revenue, and is the cornerstone of tourism.”

According to Americans for the Arts’ most recent national study, the nonprofit arts industry generated $135.2 billion in total economic activity and supported 4.1 million full-time equivalent jobs during 2010, resulting in $22.3 billion in federal, state, and local government revenues. The $135.2 billion total included $61.1 billion in spending by arts organizations and $74.1 billion in event-related spending by their audiences on items such as meals, local transportation and overnight lodging. Complete details about the fiscal year 2010 study are available at www.AmericansForTheArts.org/economicImpact.

“Our Arts & Economic Prosperity series demonstrates that the arts are an economic and employment powerhouse both locally and across the nation,” said Robert L. Lynch, president and CEO of Americans for the Arts. “Leaders who care about community and economic vitality can feel good about choosing to invest in the arts. Nationally as well as locally, the arts mean business.”

Americans for the Arts’ Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 study is supported by the Ruth Lilly Fund of Americans for the Arts. In addition, Americans for the arts’ local and statewide study partners are contributing both time and a cost-sharing fee support to the study. For a full list of the nearly 300 Arts & Economic Prosperity 5 study partners, visit www.AmericansForTheArts.org/AEP5Partners.

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PIECES OF ART THAT INTERACT WITH NATURE

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