Casselberry Sculpture House
August 11 - October 31
Monday-Friday, 9-4 p.m.
Opening Reception: Friday, August 11 from 6-9 p.m.
Artists, Brittney Fucheck and Tim Reid have taken over the Casselberry Sculpture House to bring you a unique installation of their artwork.
Common Threads considers the fragile tension of our lived experiences through a variety of mediums and processes. Exploring themes of grief and healing, decay and renewal, and the joy of discovery, the exhibition invites viewers to explore and consider new perspectives.
Common Threads features the work of three multidisciplinary artists.
Brittney Fucheck navigates coming to terms with death through appreciation, acknowledgment, and collaboration with nature.
Tim Reid provokes viewers with specific and universal insecurities, contradictions, and hypocrisy.
The late Marlenys Rojas-Reid responded to her experiences as a Latin Woman living in the United States and the challenges of being perceived as an object of hate or desire.
Casselberry Art House
Celebramos Juntos (We Celebrate Together)
Opening Reception: Friday, September 8, 6-8 p.m.
On View through October 7
Monday-Friday, 9-4 p.m.
Casselberry is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month with a special art exhibition at the Art House featuring the area’s finest Latin and Hispanic artists. This annual art exhibition has become a community favorite because of the high caliber art on display from acrylic and oil paintings to mixed media sculptures and textile artwork created by masters of their craft. Make time to stop by during the month of September or better yet, celebrate with us at the opening reception on Friday, September 8 from 6-8p.m. at the Casselberry Art House located at 127 Quail Pond Circle. There will also be a special closing celebration on Saturday, October 7 from 5-8p.m., in conjunction with the Latin Jazz and Art Festival.
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 7, 6-8 p.m.
On view: September 18 - December 20
This art exhibition will feature contemporary artwork from Hispanic and Latin Artists who use traditional and non-traditional materials to create their work. You are invited to view the artwork during the opening reception happening on Saturday, October 7 from 5-8 p.m., in conjunction with the Latin Jazz and Art Festival. There will be dance performances from top Hispanic and Latin groups as well as a free concert featuring the Pedrito Martinez Group. Food Trucks and unique vendors will also be on site to satisfy your hunger for food or a special gift. The exhibition will be on display inside City Hall from September 18-December 20.
For more information on upcoming exhibitions, please call the Art House at (407) 262-7700, Ext. 1122.