Sunday November 24th 4-8 p.m.
R.J. Higgins creates his artwork from scrap metal from discarded satellite dishes, and old box fan, oven drip pans and anything else he can get his hands on.
His work is his therapy, finding his new normal after a severe spinal injury. R.J. was initially paralyzed from the neck down. Creating helps him build strength in his hands and arms. R.j. manifests his energy through his sculpture.
Sunday December 15th
A holiday bazaar at the gallery!
Stop in for some holiday cheer..
groove to the band and do
your shopping ...many different
artists have been invited to
show their crafts and artwork!
Sunday January 26th 4-8 p.m.
Lisa Brown was born and raised on the Chesapeake Bay in southeast Virginia. The woods, rivers and marshes helped foster her appreciation for the outdoors, particularly the marine ecosystems and life so prevalent in her current art. As an adult, Lisa spent many family vacations fishing the waters of Sanibel Island. Lisa moved with her family from Virginia to Sanibel Island in 2005. She experimented with a wide variety of art mediums for many years and stumbled into painting glass about 10 years ago after rescuing several leaded glass windows from the trash. Her trash to treasure experience led to a passion for collecting and painting salvaged windows. She has displayed her work in several Florida galleries including Captiva, Pine Island, Sarasota and St. Augustine.
Lisa has been married for 22 years with two beautiful daughters and two beautiful Aussies. Outside of painting, Lisa loves to fish and enjoy the year round, outdoor life of Florida.