ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Other Views: Fantastical and Actual Landscapes and Landmarks, is the newest exhibit to come to Creative Clay’s virtual gallery.
The exhibit depicts fantastical, as well as actual, landscapes and landmarks created by the member artists of Creative Clay. Featured in this exhibit are several paintings by member artists that are part of the Iconic Landmarks of Tampa Bay exhibit at Spring for the Arts, Creative Clay’s May 20 fundraiser at NOVA 535 in St. Petersburg. The paintings are available for sale at the event.
“I was inspired to create the exhibit, Other Views, for our online gallery, as a complement to our Spring for the Arts May 20th exhibit, Iconic Landmarks of Tampa Bay,” said Jody Bikoff, Creative Clay’s Director of Exhibitions.
“In addition to painting actual locations as subject matter, our member artists often create works of fantastical landscapes. Other Views, features these imagined landscapes, while highlighting a few of the Iconic Landmarks of Tampa Bay paintings.”
Creative Clay’s member artists are empowered to become active, working artists who create, exhibit, and sell their artwork in the Good Folk Gallery and at venues throughout the Tampa Bay area. Member artists’ work is also available to view and purchase in Creative Clay’s virtual gallery at www.creativeclay.org. Artists receive 50% commission on all works sold. Creative Clay’s Good Folk Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Creative Clay is located at 1846 1st Ave. S, St. Petersburg, 33712.
About Creative Clay
Creative Clay’s vision is to make the arts accessible to all. Its mission is to help people with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives by providing expressive, educational and vocational experiences in the arts.
Creative Clay’s core program is its Community Arts Program, which serves 40-50 adult artists with disabilities each week. Additional programs include Artlink, an apprenticeship program; Creative Care, an arts in wellness outreach program; and Transition, a vocational training program in partnership with Pinellas County Schools.
Learn more about Creative Clay, its vision of equality through art, and its programs at www.creativeclay.org. Like Creative Clay on Facebook, follow on Instagram @creativeclaystpete; follow on Twitter @creativeclay and on LinkedIn.