See Me, Feel Me Touch Me . . . DFAC’s Summer 2022 exhibits offer a multi-media experience—with the powerful, lustrous sculptures of Thomas Anderson III, the provocative mixed media works and installations of Vickie Pierre, emotive visual interpretations of works + words from The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows and the kaleidoscopic spectrum of the Colored Pencil Society of America’s International Exhibition. We encourage you to DIVE, not wade into our summer exhibitions—Come On In, the Water’s Fine!
6/1/22 – 7/1/22
Meta B. Brown + Rossi Galleries
Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows
Inspired by the legendary online ‘book’ of imaginary words by John Koenig (now available in book form), artists are invited to illustrate a word from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows or invent your own to translate into visual form. View the online archive of words here: https://archive.org/details/the-dictionary-of-obscure-sorrows Guest Judge. Cash Awards.
6/10/22 – 8/28/22
Gamble Family Gallery
Thomas Anderson III
Solo-exhibition of Tarpon Springs-based sculptor whose powerful portraits in stone and wood reflect the visions and reality of an African American man. (1 Artist)
6/10/22 – 8/14/22
Entel Family Gallery
Solo exhibition of Florida-based multi-media artist of Haitian heritage and rising acclaim whose creative process is informed and inspired by memory, fantasy, surrealism, popular culture and the decorative and ornamental arts. (1 Artist)
7/11/22 – 8/13/22
Meta B. Brown + John and Pat Rossi Galleries
Colored Pencil Society of America International Exhibition
Annual exhibition of the best colored pencil artists working today coinciding with the CPSA convention.
Works from DFAC’s award-winning Faculty will also be featured in DFAC’s 2nd Floor Teaching Gallery, 6/3/22 – 12/23/22.
Mon. – Fri.: 10am-5pm
Sat.: 10 am – 2 pm
Sun.: 1 – 4 pm
Gallery Admission FREE
DLM Children’s ART Museum – Open WEEKENDS ONLY .
All at the:
Dunedin Fine Art Center
1143 Michigan Blvd.
Dunedin, FL 34698