Current Projects

Region4.1.0 at Santa Fe College

Posted by on Feb 23, 2016 in Archive, Continuing Projects, Current Projects | Comments Off on Region4.1.0 at Santa Fe College

Can art play an important role in promoting a call to action by educating the public and raising awareness? We believe that Region4: Transformation Through Imagination, an exhibition organized in 2012 by oconnorartLLC and the Superfund Art Project did just that. The current exhibition, Region4.1.0: Remediation, is a report card on the progress that has been made and the problems that remain to be addressed. We haven’t forgotten what’s at stake and wish to remind the citizens of our community that to get results we have to educate ourselves and take appropriate action to protect our health...

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Artist-Naturalists in Florida: Then and Now

Posted by on Nov 2, 2015 in Archive, Current Projects | Comments Off on Artist-Naturalists in Florida: Then and Now

Mallory has organized a new art exhibition to celebrate the re-opening of The Doris Bardon Community Cultural Center in Gainesville. The exhibit, “Artist-Naturalists in Florida: Then and Now,” includes the work of 22 contemporary Florida artists as well as prints by early artist-naturalists such as William Bartram and John James Audubon. The exhibit will be on display at The Doris, 1315 South Main Street, Gainesville, through December 11. Gallery hours are wednesday through sunday 1-5 p.m.  John did the design work for the brochure. The opening reception attracted over 200...

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Artist-Naturalists in Florida: Then and Now

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Current Projects | Comments Off on Artist-Naturalists in Florida: Then and Now

A Wildlife Art Exhibition and Related Programs Oct. 30 – December 11, 2015 The Doris Bardon Community Cultural Center   The upcoming year will be a very exciting time for friends of John and William Bartram because 2015 is the 250th anniversary of their first visit to Georgia and Florida. In response to this anniversary, I am currently organizing an exhibit of wildlife art—painting and photography—for the Doris Bardon Community Cultural Center in Gainesville. The Doris—as it’s affectionately called—is a new art center that enjoys broad-based community support. The center is...

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