Wednesday January 15, 2020 through Saturday March 28, 2020 Location:
Paula A. Lewis Branch Library
2950 SW Rosser Blvd. in Port St. Lucie
Arts / Exhibits
The Paula A. Lewis Branch Library kicks off the 2020 ArtSpace program featuring artwork by five local residents on display now through March 28.
· Maureen Joyce: A Massachusetts native, Joyce began painting as an outlet while her children grew up. She was mentored by her uncle and well known Rockport, MA artist Martin Ahearn. Since retiring to Port St. Lucie nine years ago, she has won numerous ribbons in watercolor art shows. Maureen’s favorite subjects are water view landscapes.
· Delia Korman: A native New Yorker, Korman won her first awards for her designs and sketches of women’s apparel before she moved to Port St. Lucie more than 20 years ago. She began studying abstract art under Lea Shaw about 10 years ago and she has not been able to put her paint brush down since. She has exhibited her work at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, the PNC Bank and the Morningside Library.
· Floyd Markowitz: Markowitz has been drawing since he was 4 years old. He studied in the Fine Arts Program at Montgomery College and the University of Maryland. Since moving to Florida in 1997, he’s been active in the Port St. Lucie art community as a member of Port St. Lucie Art League. His work has been recognized along the Treasure Coast, including work selected as part the Port St. Lucie beautification program wrapping Utility Boxes along the Cross Town Expressway.
· Fran Sine: Sine enjoys painting people and drawing figures in a variety of settings. With her preferred medium as acrylic, she incorporates architecture and nature into many of her compositions. Her art has been shown in St. Andrews Art Show and the Port St. Lucie Civic Center, and she has received awards for her work.
· Joe Young: A permanent resident of St. Lucie County since March 2005, Young is inspired by the beauty of nature. He wants to give the viewer the feeling of being there. Painting somewhere between realism and impressionism he wants the viewers’ mind to blend the image together and interpret what they see.
Residents interested in displaying their artwork as part of the Kilmer Library’s non-commercial ArtSpace area should contact Kasha Barska at 772-871-5482 or email@example.com .
This is not a commercial venue. Artwork is displayed for enjoyment purposes only.