New Museum Opens in DeLand

New Museum Opens in DeLand

Beach Walk
The Florida Museum for Women Artists opens to the public in Deland on November 14, and my piece Beach Walk is among the 40+ artworks selected for the Inaugural Exhibition. There is a Patron’s Preview and Members’ Reception on Friday evening, November 13. The public opening begins with Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies by DeLand Mayor Apgar at 11AM on Saturday, November 14. Admission that day will be free for everyone.

The Florida Museum of Women Artists is located at 100 N. Woodland Blvd in DeLand. Regular hours are Tue-Thurs, 11AM-6PM; Fri-Sat, 11AM-7PM; Sun, 1PM-5PM (closed Mondays and major holidays).
The 7,300 square foot space includes three galleries, a gift shop, Cafe, meeting / lecture space, and curatorial area. Future exhibitions will include contemporary art, collections and traveling exhibits from other institutions.

Click here to read related article from the Orlando Sentinel.

2 Comments On This Topic
  1. Congratulations on being apart of this inaugural exhibition. It’s an excellent drawing!

  2. I’m excited about this new museum and I’m investigating about being a member of it. I’m also a new member of CSPA and just submitted a work for CSPA’s International exhibition. I may become a member of one of CSPA’s district chapters soon.
    I’ve been following your work (it goes far back as Mainsail in the late 90s). Colored pencil was an unknown entity then, but thanks to you, it has been elevated to an amazing international level now.
    I used to work primarily in graphite (along with Louise Cherwak, my mother), but I’ve departed into color and I’m loving what colored pencil can do! I’ve linked this site as one of my faves. Thanks Melissa!

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