This tub of chicken below, created by Pine View high school student, Louie Zuniga, is just one example of the creative student artwork in the 2009 Spring Art show exhibit, ongoing through May 1, at Art Center Sarasota.
The exhibit, also held at the Venice Art Center through May 14, includes more than 5,00 works of art created by students from every public elementary, middle and high school in the district.
Ringling College of Art and Design awarded two $5,000 portfolio awards to Alexandra Orwasky of Riverview High School and Nichole Timoney of Venice High School. Two $1,000 portfolio awards from Manatee Community College went to Booker High School students John Frelinghuysen and Chris Leverett.
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23 Dissolving Anger and Hurt workshop (day 1)
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
23 Ladies' Night at Darwin's on 4th
24 Open House with Artist Nancy Hall: Fourth Fridays
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
24 Meetings with Ancient Ones - Messages, Guides and Readings
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Jolly good fellow
Just as Observer advertising representative Bob Lewis loves to garden, he also cultivates relationships with all of his co-workers and clients.
Going for the gold
Sisters Francesca and Elizabeth Martel returned victorious Monday, May 20, after a weekend at the Special Olympics of Florida State Summer Games, in Orlando.
Pastry Art owner passes the cup
After owning Pastry Art for five years, Forrest Shaw sold the café to Chip and Katie Beeman, who own two local eateries, Main Bar, in Sarasota, and Katie’s Café, in Bradenton.