Wed, Feb 08|
Art by Grey at The Hart Memorial Library in Kissimmee
Time & Location
Feb 08, 7:00 PM – Apr 08, 7:00 PM
Kissimmee, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, FL 34741, USA
About the Event
Osceola Arts -Art in Public Places at The Hart Memorial Library in Kissimmee presents art by Grey W. Sturgill. Originally from Brooklyn, NYC, Grey didn’t focus on art until high school. She began her art experience as an Art Major at Prospect Heights HS during her junior year and a summer of study at the former “Studio O'' art collective which started her on the path of exploring different art mediums. Over the years Grey has explored and very much enjoyed the areas’ of etching/printmaking, copper relief, yarn fiber crafts of knitting & crochet, and painting. She has completed studies in Architectural Drafting, and Graphics Printing. From the 1980s through 2015 she concentrated on knitting & crochet and has a sizable collection of her original designs of winter wear for adults and babies. Her most memorable experiences have been as an Art teacher/Activity director with at-risk children and older adults. Grey Sturgill’s “Dream Doodles" art is an exploration of playful free-hand drawings. “Line lineation outcomes that allow my pens, shapes, and colors to come alive and move about and wander until finished. Dream Doodles allows for any interpretation as perceived by the observer. My whimsical Doodles Feeds & Frees Imagination,” says Sturgill. Works by Grey W Sturgill on display from February 8 through April 8.
For more information on Art in Public Places contact Tre@osceolaarts.org.