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Celebrate the Visual Arts in Jacksonville…

Southlight Gallery, Voted Jacksonville’s Best Gallery 2015/2016

Jacksonville’s most prominent Collaborative Art Gallery, exhibiting and selling masterful works from our area’s finest professionals:

Kathy Stark  –  Lois Newman  –  Mark Howard  –  Hillary Hogue

Pablo Rivera  –  Paul Karabinis  –  Ronda McDonald – Sharla Valeski

Allison Watson – Chris Flagg – Will Dickey – Craig Monroe – Nancy R. Schultz

Enzo Torcoletti  –  Grant Ward – Garry McElwee  –  Pam Zambetti

Belton S. Wall – Tony Wood  –  Michael Dunlap

Heralded for our advocacy, we are committed to representing Jacksonville and our downtown core with the best source of local fine art for sale in the region.

Join us every first Wednesday of the month at Art Walk

Celebrate the arts with us at SOUTHLIGHT GALLERY

Wednesday, November 6, 2019,  5 – 8 PM

Meet Christina Mastrangelo & Nicholas McNally and enjoy their insights about their respective subject matter, artistic processes, and their lives as contemporary artists. This engaging couple shares their intriguing viewpoints and amazing backstories at Art Walk while celebrating their current exhibition, “A Marriage of the Imagined and the Observed: A Husband and Wife Exhibition”. This talk takes place from 6:30-7:00 during the art walk which runs from 5:00-8:00 p.m.

“A Marriage of the Observed and the Imagined: a Husband and Wife Exhibit” is on display through December 20th, Tuesdays-Fridays, 11-3.

Illustration and classical realism mingle and embrace in this exciting exhibition featuring the works of Nicholas McNally, Associate Professor of Illustration at Jacksonville University, and Christina Mastrangelo, who teaches at the Academy of Realist Art in Boston, the Florence Studio in Italy, and the Wethersfield Academy for the Arts in Connecticut.

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