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It was the early ’80s, and most social clubs in Jacksonville, and indeed in the rest of the South, were only just beginning to allow black members. “It was the beginning of everybody … more
Mark Creegan is sitting in his studio, carefully covering the top of a Styrofoam cooler with wide masking tape. It’s a slow, semi-hypnotic process as he lines up the edges and gently pats the … more
Painter Christopher Clark’s newest works evoke images from Of Blood and Bone, Nora Roberts’ young adult novel. The story is written as a tale is told, unfolding with moments of brilliance … more
What happens when an entire community forgets its history? What happens when only a few people have access to that forgotten knowledge? In the case of the beaches in Duval County, a bit of … more
Refraction is the scientific principle that describes how light bends or changes direction when it passes from one substance into another. Lenses, prisms, magnifying glasses and rainbows are good … more
Silvered rainy days lend themselves to introspection and small, domestic chores and crafts. The subdued gesture of a hand on cloth, a well-researched and well-loved idea that then sidles up to the … more
Figurative artworks are compelling because they reflect the world. Portraits take the idea of reflection/presentation into the land of specificity, presenting a captured image of a person. With time, … more
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