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2014 Archive

Maggie Foskett: Cliché-Verre Works

On view through March 31, 2015 • Focus Gallery

LRMA recognizes artist Maggie Foskett (Brazilian/American, 1919-2014) as our 2015 representative for Women’s History Month. Foskett died on December 1, 2014 at the age of 95, after a long and distinguished career as a photographer.

40th Annual International Miniature Art Society of Florida (MASF) Exhibition

January 18 – February 15, 2015 • Changing Exhibition Galleries

The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art is pleased to host this year the 40th anniversary exhibition of this perennial winter favorite in Florida. The show brings together more than 230 artists from 10 countries and 40 states to compete in a juried exhibition organized by the Miniature Art Society of Florida (MASF).

Uncertain Landscape: Victoria Block and Alain Salesse

October 12, 2014 – January 4, 2015 • Changing Exhibition Galleries

Canadian artists, Victoria Block and Alain Salesse explore their own personal landscapes through a variety of media. For Block, large impressionistic paintings, accompanied by drawings, ceramics and installations, create a visual interplay. For Salesse, sculpture and technology synthesize in large egg forms that explore tactile realities.

Disappearing Landscape: Janos Enyedi

October 12, 2014 – January 4, 2015 • Changing Exhibition Galleries

Janos Enyedi (1947-2011) was a nationally known sculptor whose meticulous re-creations of factories and buildings in America’s rust belt bring a sense of dignity to these decaying structures. This exhibition includes a steel sculpture on the Terrace, large format digital photographs and industrial vignettes.

An Arts Legacy: George Inness, Jr. in Tarpon Springs

May 4 – August 31, 2014 • Changing Exhibition Galleries

An exhibition of landscape and religious paintings created by George Inness, Jr. (1853-1926) in Tarpon Springs during the first quarter of the 20th century. This show includes 10 large religious paintings transferred from the sanctuary of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs to the Museum and 7 secular paintings from the Brown Collection of Ormond Beach, as well as photographs, ephemera and other related materials from various lenders.

SPC Art Faculty Exhibition

March 2 – April 20, 2014 • North and South Galleries

This exhibition presents current art work created by the 5 full-time and 12 adjunct visual arts faculty of St. Petersburg College. The exhibition demonstrates the commitment and dedication of the arts faculty to nurturing art education while displaying the high standards of their own artistic development.