City Galleries

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Carol Zieres TESA

Currently on Exhibit at City Hall - Carol Zieres

Carol Zieres, a resident of Safety Harbor Florida, hails from the “Empire State,” New York, where she was born and raised in upstate New York near Utica. Her specialty is Watercolor painting in which she has turned many of her colorful landscape paintings into postcards of her favorite scenes portraying “Olde Florida.” Two of her Florida landscape paintings were featured on the front cover of the Safety Harbor Chamber of Commerce business directories (2013 – 2014), a nationally circulated publication.

To contact Carol, email

Currently On Exhibit at The Library - Sharon De Vore

For most of her life, Sharon De Vore's artistic expression was physical. She has had a great appreciation for art all her life & been to galleries all over the world. Because Sharon is a self-taught artist, she feels that she learned from each painting she saw from childhood to present. Several times in her life she did dabble some in oils, & for many years, sold hundreds of her black lacquer mola boxes. One of her oil paintings did win an award. Then in 1986 she took up photography & saw the world through her camera in a different way; an artistic way instead of strictly documentary. Sharon’s won several awards for her photography, & her first showing came in Clearwater, FL on January 31, 1996 at Morton Plant Hospital’s well known gallery. For the first time in the 20+ years of the art shows, CBS news came to interview Sharon & film her photographs as they were being hung. She was featured on their weekly TV show “What’s Good for Tampa Bay”. Sharon has sold many many of her photographs.

Then in the summer of 2002 Sharon & her now deceased husband, Frank Gonzalez, bought a home in Ozark. A few months later in November, Arkansas’s mountains & beauty, much like Panama’s, inspired Sharon to start painting with acrylics. Since then she has sold many acrylics & many have won awards. The Panama Canal Museum, a National Museum, & the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum each have several of Sharon’s paintings in their permanent collection. “It is like a dam has opened, & I have found a way to express the beauty I see on canvas for others to enjoy.

For more information about Sharon and her work, visit her Facebook, Art Wanted or Zazzle pages.


Currently on Exhibit at the Museum - Homefront in Times of War

This collection features memorabilia from the years during WWI and WWII including posters, newspaper clippings, photographs and other items. 

We are also featuring the series Never Forget Them and Moments in Times of War by artist Stu Dwork. 

For more information on the artist, visit his TESA or Facebook page.

Don't miss this collection on display through October.

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