Serene Anchorage, 48 x 36 inches, Oil on canvas
       
     
Morning Gossip, 37 x 20 inches, intaglio
       
     
Secret Stash, 20 X 30, Photo on Aluminum
       
     
Promiscuous Bound(verso), 3 panel painted screen, 6.5 feet wide x 6.25 feet tall
       
     
Brecha Generacional, 40 x 30 inches, Oil
       
     
Morning Glow, 30 x 40, Oil on Canvas
       
     
Loggerhead, 8 X 10 inches, Acrylic on Panel
       
     
Street View from Pepe's Restaurant in Havana, 38 x 40, Acrylic/ Oil
       
     
Ode to Paris in Blue, 49 x 12 x 30, Steel Mixed Media
       
     
Che Che's, 23 X 30, Watercolor
       
     
Island Light, 20 x 14 inches, Oil
       
     
Schooner Wharf, 48 X 36 inches, Oil on Canvas
       
     
Key West Trumpet Fish
       
     
       
     
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Margarita, 58 x 53 x 11, Mixed Media, Wood
       
     
 Carole A. Feuerman, American  Carole A. Feuerman is recognized as one of the world’s most renowned, influential, and popular hyper realist sculptors. Her prolific career spans four decades in which she has pioneered new approaches to sculpture. Working in both monumental and life size, she is the only figurative artist to hyper realistically paint bronze for use in outdoor public art, and the only sculptor to install these sculptures in the water.  While attending the School of Visual Arts in New York, she painted 13 album covers used by Time Warner Records including, but not limited to, The Rolling Stones World Tour Book, Alice Cooper, and Aretha Franklin. She has been honored with six major museum retrospectives to date. Her work has been showcased in numerous exhibitions including multiple Venice Biennales, the State Hermitage, the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation, the Kunstmuseum Ahlen, the Archeological Museum di Fiesole, and the Circulo de Bellas Artes. She won first prize at the Austrian Biennale, the Florence Biennale, the 2008 Olympic Fine Art Exhibition, best in show at the Beijing Biennale, and won the Save The Arts Foundation Award as Museum Choice.
       
     
Mangrove Snapper, 9 x 18 inches, Intaglio
       
     
  Stewart J. Andrews 1958 –    A paramedic and   EMT  , Stewart searches out and rescues fallen old trees stumps after hurricanes and uses a lathe he made himself to upcycle them into vessels of seriously beautiful form.    Stewart’s collection includes; almost extinct Cuban mahogany, sapodilla, black olive, Australian pine and women’s tongue. He loves the asymmetry of the roots and forks he finds in the old native trees.    In the nearly forty years he and his family has resided on the small island of Key West he has never forgotten his roots, namely his grandfathers, one who built his own home the other a cabinet maker.     
       
     
 Harriet Frank, American  Harriet Frank, water colorist for 52 years, recently started on a new voyage of exploration through collage. Raised in Key West, she received a BA at NYU, and an MFA at Columbia in New York. Except for an education in finger paints, she had been a self-taught child prodigy selling at the Key West Art Center from the age of 12.   Harriet finds marine scenes and sailboating an exciting format, turning them into unique collector art. She is in the permanent collection of the late Walter Cronkite and Charles Kuralt as well as many prominent island homes and yacht clubs. Her enticing collages and watercolors are viewer friendly and help to bring out in all of us the desire to sail off into paradise, to experience a joyful discovery of the sunny side of life.
       
     
Fish Story, 25 x 17 x 11, Metal
       
     
Esperanza, 48 x 23 , Intaglio
       
     
Lighthouse, 5 X 5, Acrylic
       
     
       
     
       
     
Motorcycle Momma, Wood & Enamel