City Galleries

City Galleries Application
Artists who are interested in having their work displayed in a City Gallery should fill out the application (PDF).
Cora Marshall Masques

Currently on Exhibit at City Hall - Cora Marshall

Cora Marshall Artist Statement: "Through art, I locate the places that form when ideas cross––ideas of self, home, and community. These new-sprung imaginative spaces are rich with possibilities and it is here that I can reveal, challenge, and expand my notions of the nature of life and my place in the world. Often, my art is centered in spirituality and I create work that seeks out the connections to and lessons from my African and Native American familial past. By mixing and melding symbols and meanings, I able to conjure new multi-layered narratives. Currently, I am working in and across the media of painting, mixed media, and photography to find intersections and crossroads among belief, understanding, and context."

For more information, visit Cora Marshall's Website
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Currently On Exhibit at The Library - Michael Braudis

Michael Braudis is a 15 year old self taught artist from Clearwater, Florida. In October, 2014, at the age of 13, a spark went off and Michael found his passion for drawing people. His medium of choice at this time was colored pencil. Realizing how much he loved drawing he continued practicing until he could perfectly capture his subjects image, with a special fondness for the story behind their eyes. Community members started commissioning him to draw portraits of their family members, friends and pets and his business grew! Michael started filming the process of his drawings, speeding them up and putting them on YouTube as speed drawings.

Michael is a former Safety Harbor Middle School student and a current freshman at Calvary Christian High School. He has recently become inspired by his Art teacher, Kristen Neufarth and his mentor Lindsay Rapp to start painting, with a focus on water and things of the sea, which is theme for this show. He had the privilege of working with Lindsay at her Gallery in Philadelphia this past summer. Starting with Acrylic paint Michael quickly moved on to Oil, which provides a deeper and richer color palette.

In 2016 Michael won a Silver Key Award from the Scholastic Art Competition; as well as The Award of Excellence in the Mainsail Art Show in St. Petersburg, Florida.

When not creating art, Michael enjoys playing tennis, going on Mission Trips, riding roller coasters and hanging out with his family and friends.

Michael is available for commissions.

To contact Michael, email

Youth Art Month

Currently on Exhibit at the Museum - Young Artists

March is Youth Art Month, and the Museum is celebrating by displaying art from some of our young homeschool artists. Come by the Museum and see the talents that our local young artists have developed through our Homeschool Drawing and Homeschool Art classes. 

Youth Art Month website

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More Information
For more information about the City Galleries, email Christine McWilliams or call 727-724-1562 ext. 1504.