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Local Artist Feature: Amy Sellers

April 27th, 2017

The Back Story I was born in Lafayette, Louisiana, and have a great affection for my Cajun heritage.  I was raised in a small town of Wexford, PA. Al Spekis, a young man in his first year of teaching, encouraged me (at twelve years of age) to focus on drawing and painting.  In 1983 I…

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Local Artist Feature: Henriette Kitte

March 23rd, 2017

The Back Story Henriette’s career originated in fashion design; her specialty was women’s clothing, primarily evening and wedding dresses. Her creativity was exposed with successful design in theatrical costumes and Victorian era clothing. Throughout her career as a fashion designer, Henriette’s love of art and especially watercolor, never waned. She has studied oil painting with Al Rogoff,…

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Local Artist Feature photoARTworks & Silver Revival

November 28th, 2016

The Back Story Sharlene Gaenicke is the Owner & Inspiration Designer of: photoARTworks & Silver Revival located at The Art Cottage in Historic Downtown Titusville, Florida. Originally from Vanceboro, North Carolina, Sharlene’s parents moved the family to Lakeland, Florida when she was 13 years old. As a young adult, Sharlene was artistic and loved helping…

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Local Artist Feature: Jenny Kiker Botanical Artist

October 19th, 2016

The Back Story Jenny’s creative process starts with a combination of drawing from observation and imagination. She lets the subject inform where the line wants to go and how it wants to feel. Color is the emotion in her work. The ink is free to deepen and soften, just as color would in nature. “To…

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Local Artist Feature: Lisa King Whyte

October 18th, 2016

The Back Story Lisa King Whyte is the owner and principal of Design Whyte Interiors, and has been creating boutique residential and office environments from South Florida to New York, for more than ten years. Her design aesthetic is the result of a traditional Connecticut upbringing, mixed with the influence of Los Angeles’ vintage glamour, where…

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#DidYouKnow? According to a presidential proclamation by President George W. Bush, each person in #America produces about four pounds of #waste every day!

Each year on November 15, millions of people across the #UnitedStates take part in #AmericaRecyclesDay! Use this special day to build awareness of the importance of #recycling, and to increase it. The #world will thank you for it. Even if you practice recycling today, there is probably more you can do. We encourage you to look around at home, at work, or in school, to identify ways you can practice recycling. Take an active role in your #city inspiring others to recycle, too.

Read the following article to learn how some #cities #Reduce, #ReUse, #Recycle… #Rethink and Re-invent themselves in order to improve #sustainability ➡ www.rma.us.com/how-cities-are-rethinking-and-saving-recycling/

#ChangeTheWorld! #DoBeautifulThings
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Veteran’s Day is a day to honor all who have served in the armed forces. We thank the veterans from all eras for serving our country and protecting our freedom! We urge each of you to tell a veteran “thank you” today.

#VeteransDay2018 🇺🇸
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Recently career website Zippia released it's 10 Most Stressed Out States list, and #Florida is ranked #3.

When #stress reaches an unmanageable level it turns “chronic.” That’s when we become vulnerable to its damaging effects such as health problems and loss of productivity. In the U.S., stress affects more than 100 million people. The leading causes? Money tops the list, followed by work, family and relationships. By one estimate, workplace-related stress alone costs society more than $300 billion per year.

During the #NationalStressAwarenessDay we would like to share with you a few ways to combat #City Stress
➡️ www.cnn.com/2016/10/11/health/reducing-stress-in-the-city-can-improve-mental-health/index.html

#RMA #ReinventingYourCity 💡🏗️
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