A little about me (so that you know I am a real person and not a spammer!)
Born in Canada arrived in USA at 6 mons.old grew up in Ct. I raised a family, there began my interest in the ancient art of Batik. I self taught and had a business designing t-shirts for children and adults. After a divorce in 97 I traveled in 99 to NH, to Mt. then settled in Va. in 2002 til Art brought me to Fl. My daughter is enrolled in Ringling College as an illustration major.
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The things I like most about the Sarasota/Manatee area
exploring the arts, Whole Foods and the farmers Market,
My Interests & Hobbies
playing and continuing to learn guitar, playing with my choc. lab,spending time with my daughters and grandkids, starting up new batik projects
FLORIDA MEMORABILIA & HIGHWAYMEN ARTIST SHOW! Getting the word out to the arts community - this Saturday, February 7th from 10 am to 5 pm at the historic Gulfport Cas ino Ballroom in Gulfport (southern St. Petersburg) - just over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge....the state's biggest show of vintage Florida souvenirs & memorabilia, PLUS meet the Florida Highwaymen Artists - James Gibson, Al Black, Issac Knight, Willie Reagan, Robert Lewis, Roy McLendon Sr., plus Kelvin Hair, son of Alfred Hair. View old Florida tourism films, as well as a documentary on the legendary Highwaymen. Details at www.hulahula.biz.
Pass this along to your friends - what Floridian doesn't love the kitsch from the old, now closed roadside attractions, or fine vintage tropical art?