This is an example of artwork by color pencil artist Melissa Miller Nece, who will be among the faculty showing their work at Dunedin Fine Arts Center biggest show of the year, March 22 through May 12.
DUNEDIN - With more than 300 works representing more than 300 artists, including students, members and faculty, the Dunedin Fine Arts Center is presenting what organizers' tout as the biggest show of the year.
The exhibition, which opens March 22 and continues through May 12, represents the entire spectrum of creative experience offered at DFAC. Painting, jewelry making, pastel, colored pencil, water media, 35mm and digital photography, clay, printmaking, mixed media, stone carving, enameling and more will be featured.
“This is always such a tremendous exhibit,” said Catherine Bergmann, who as curator and director of Adult Education at DFAC has a deep involvement with the show. “Square footage wise this is certainly the biggest show we have. To see the breadth of talent represented in this exhibition is truly inspiring.”
The opening reception is March 22, 6 to 8 p.m. Admission is $5. DFAC members get in free.
Admission to the exhibition is free.
Continuing exhibitions at DFAC
- Taking SHAPE: Pinellas County Middle School art through March 31.
- BLAST OFF in the David L. Mason Children’s Art Museum through Aug. 15.
The galleries and gift shop is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.
Admission to the David L. Mason Children’s Art Museum is $4, $3 for seniors. Members and children under age 2 admitted free.
Dunedin Fine Art Center is located at 1143 Michigan Blvd.