Art in Public Places

Charlotte Arts, your local Arts & Humanities Council, promotes the work of local visual artists through its Art in Public Places program. It’s easy to find art in your community simply while you’re out and about in your neighborhood. Charlotte Arts offers residents and visitors to Charlotte County access to public places with art changing as often as every other month. Art exhibits include watercolor, oil, acrylic, traditional media, jewelry, digital art, photography, and more. Most of the pieces are available for purchase. Click on an art image below to read more about the artist, plus location and gallery hours.

Artists who are members of Charlotte Arts may exhibit their work at AIPP. For more details, contact Leigha Murray, Program Coordinator for AIPP and Charlotte Arts Gallery. leigha.murray@charlottearts.org941-764-8100 (office), 813-360-5500 (cell)

Art Receptions

Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Home
635 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda
Tuesday, April 9, 5 to 7 p.m.
Featuring Marilyn Dorsey at a wine and cheese reception.

Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home
Wednesday, March 20, 5 to 7 p.m.
Irish Springtime featuring the art of Laura Pommier and music by Dan Martin on guitar
Refreshments and open bar.

Check Out the Artists Featured at Past Shows

Artists on Display: January and February 2019

Henry August

Henry August
Venue: Mid-Country Library

Karen Bell

Karen Bell
Venue: Port Charlotte Library

Mark Davern: Natalya

Mark Davern: Natalya
Venue: Charlotte County Administration

Marilyn Dorsey: The Whoopee

Marilyn Dorsey: The Whoopee
Venue: Kays-Ponger Uselton Funeral Home

Mary Lundeberg: Milky Way Turtle

Mary Lundeberg: Milky Way Turtle
Venue: Punta Gorda Airport

Sandra Manzke: Turtles of the Gulf

Sandra Manzke: Turtles of the Gulf
Venue: Punta Gorda Airport

Laura Pommier: Harbor Girl

Laura Pommier: Harbor Girl
Venue: Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home

 

TIna Weida: Red Lady

Tina Weida: Red Lady
Venue: Cayo Costa Dental

Charlotte Arts Gallery

Enjoy the free juried art exhibit at the Charlotte Arts Gallery at Port Charlotte Town Center. Art changes as often as once per month. Learn about artists whose work is on display now and see a sample of their work at:
https://www.charlottearts.org/gallery/

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