Author Archives for Shayna

“Anthology” Opens this Friday at 6pm!

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You are invited to the opening reception of “Anthology”, a newly-curated collection at Gallery725 featuring legendary works from artists Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Pierre H Matisse, Joan Miro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Mary Cassatt, Romero Britto and John Lennon.   In addition to new works from our esteemed resident artists Sid Early, Henry Von Genk, Matthew Winghart,...

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Second Annual Christmas in July!

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Call to Artists!  Accepting all Mediums  Second Annual Christmas in July benefiting Jacksonville Beach Deck The Chairs (JBDTC). An annual lighted sculptural exhibit using the iconic chairs of the American Red Cross Life Saving Corps will be held July 14th, 2017, 6-9pm. We will be accepting digital submissions through June 23rd.  Please email images of...

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Meet Peter Max

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ICONIC AMERICAN ARTIST PETER MAX TO EXHIBIT IN JACKSONVILLE!   America’s Favorite Living Artist to Appear at  Gallery 725 Peter Max will make two very special appearances at the gallery and all appearances are complimentary and open to the public with RSVP’s required.   Previews begin Saturday, March 4th, 2017.   There will be a special Uncrating Event...

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Local Exposure at Gallery725

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Seventh Annual “Local Exposure” Photography Contest @ Gallery725 “Local Exposure” is a photographic contest open to any amateur or professional photographer in the North East Florida Region hosted by Gallery725, Atlantic Beach, Fl. Local Exposure round one judging is complete! Congratulations to the following artists! Adam Lose Brian Robotham Ginger Sheridan Erin Heuser Gabriela Stevens John...

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Gallery725 Goes Global!

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Gallery725 goes GLOBAL ~  Friday November 18th 6-9pm We are very excited to debut our newest artists Milu Petersen and Jonna Gill! Milu was born in Mozambique, Africa. Following the Portuguese Colonial war and liberation in 1975 moved to Portugal where she attended Fundaçao Ricardo Espirito Santo, School of Arts in Lisbon. After which she...

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