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
stuart dwork

Currently On Exhibit at The Library - Stuart Alan Dwork

Painting and art has been Stuart’s first love since age 7. Stuart graduated from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City. Cooper Union is the only tuition free, merit only admission college in the U.S. Stuart served two years in the military. A painting of two soldiers created at this time was displayed in the Pentagon in Washington, DC. Many years later, this painting was recommended as a postage stamp.

Most of Stuart’s career was spent as a creative director in a top ten ad agency on Madison Avenue NYC and later went on to run his own creative art business. Stuart works in many styles and subjects reflected from his experiences and travels around the world. His work has been in many private collections and published works, including International magazine covers. For more information or to see a catalogue of Stuart’s paintings contact him by phone or e-mail. Custom artwork offered for your particular requirements.

To contact Stuart, email 

Highwaymen Art

Currently on Exhibit at the Museum - Florida Highwaymen

In the early 1950’s through the 1980’s a group of twenty-six African-American artists known as the "Florida Highwaymen" used vivid and bright colors to display the beautiful untouched Florida landscape. The Florida Highwaymen painted wind-bent palm trees, serene sunsets, churning oceans and bright red Poinciana trees. They painted from their garages and back yards on inexpensive Upson board and then on the weekends they would travel and sell their Highwaymen paintings to hotels, offices, businesses and individuals who appreciated the artwork for around $25 a piece.

Collecting Florida Highwaymen art has become an exciting, but often expensive, hobby. The market for an original work of art by a Florida Highwayman can easily bring $5,000 or more. Some of the Highwaymen who are still living have resumed painting to meet the continuing demand for their work.

Come and see these one of a kind pieces as they are only on display through the month of February.

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