Tallahassee Nurseries Hosting Virtual Artisans in the Garden Events all November

By Amy Marcos TALLAHASSEE, Fla — This November, local award-winning nursery, Tallahassee Nurseries will be hosting their annual Artisans in the Garden event virtually. Celebrating its 24th year, this event typically takes place on one day, in-person, but this year will feature vendors online throughout the entire month via Tallahassee Nurseries’ Facebook page. The nursery suggests, “Brew a fresh hot mocha, grab your snuggliest throw, … Continue reading Tallahassee Nurseries Hosting Virtual Artisans in the Garden Events all November

@BathroomsOfTallahassee Fills a Niche in the Tallahassee Arts Community

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Andrea Davis If you’ve ever used the bathroom during a concert, you know it’s as much an aesthetic experience as a practical one. Think of bass shaking the walls, graffiti on every surface, and untrustworthy-looking toilets and sinks. One-of-a-kind bathrooms are an art form of their own, and Tallahassee is full of them, according to Cameron Rivers, the woman behind … Continue reading @BathroomsOfTallahassee Fills a Niche in the Tallahassee Arts Community

Painting the Town: A Local Muralist Adds Artistic Flair to the Capital City

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Kenny Maguire Since moving to the Tallahassee area in March of this year, artist and muralist Kenny Maguire has most definitely left his mark on both the Sunshine State and its capital city. Maguire, a hidden treasure artist found in the quirky and vibrant Railroad Square Art District, has been a devoted muralist since he was 9-years-old. The Tally Wire … Continue reading Painting the Town: A Local Muralist Adds Artistic Flair to the Capital City

5 Sculptures to See in Tallahassee

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Noah Z. Brock Sculpture Tallahassee isn’t known as a creative, art-forward city, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t unique, stunning, and intriguing creative pieces found here. Throughout the city, at museums, in the park, and on the street, there are several sculptures that are must-sees. Jim Gary’s 20th Century Dinosaurs — Located at the Tallahassee Museum, Jim Gary’s 20th Century … Continue reading 5 Sculptures to See in Tallahassee

“So Much Better Than a Photograph” Live Painting in the Capital City

By Abby Cloud Chances are, if you’ve attended a local event here in town, you’ve caught a glimpse of a man painting right before your eyes. The space before him is decked out with a full-sized easel, a partially painted canvas, and a collection of paint to his side. By the end of the night, he has created a piece focusing on the event taking … Continue reading “So Much Better Than a Photograph” Live Painting in the Capital City

Make it at MOFA Invites You to Help Paint for the Big Bend Quilt Trail

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts On Saturday, June 22 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Florida State University’s Museum of Fine Art is asking the community to contribute their art skills for a huge project. At this Make it at MOFA event, the museum will be creating a “quilt” square that will be on display this fall as … Continue reading Make it at MOFA Invites You to Help Paint for the Big Bend Quilt Trail