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FLORIDA FOCUS EXHIBITION: A Celebration of Contemporary Florida Art

Presented by Rollins Fine Art

The Studio@620 welcomes "Florida Focus Exhibition: A Celebration of Contemporary Florida Art" curated by Ken Rollins. On display March 3-17, 2012. Public opening reception on March 3 at 7 PM. Admission is free and open to the public.

Retired art museum director, Ken Rollins, turns 70 years of age in March. In celebration of this occasion, he has curated an
exhibition of the work of many artists with whom he worked over a 30-year art museum career.

The exhibition features 32 artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, glass, metal, performance and installation. The artists hail from Miami to Jacksonville,
Tallahassee to Orlando and throughout Tampa Bay.

In discussing the exhibition, Rollins said, “I was fortunate during my career to work with hundreds of Florida artists. While the choices were difficult, it is an honor to celebrate
my birthday with this group of very accomplished artists, who I consider good friends.”

Included in the exhibition are: Kevin Brady (St. Petersburg), Jack Breit (St. Petersburg), Rocky Bridges (Tarpon Springs), John Briggs (Plant City), Neverne Covington (St. Petersburg), Richard Currier (Mico), Demi (Miami), Unmarid Eitharong (Orlando), Maria Emelia (St. Petersburg), Monica Eastman-Estes (Plant City), Liz Gibson (Jacksonville), Susan Gott (Tampa), John Henry (Miami), Alexa Kleinbard (Tallahassee), Kevin Kuenzel (St. Petersburg), Duncan McClellan (St. Petersburg), David McKirdy (Tampa), Carol
Mickett and Robert Stackhouse (St. Petersburg), Leslie Neumann (Aripeka), Charles
Parkhill (Tampa), Jim Roche (Tallahassee), Lance Rodgers (St. Petersburg), Arturo
Rodriguez (Miami), Yolanda Sanchez (Miami), William Schaaf (Gainesville), Susan Supper
(St. Petersburg), Margaret Tolbert (Gainesville), Anna Tomczak (Lake Helen), Joyce Ely-
Walker (Palmetto), Jeff Whipple (Jacksonville) and Lisa Williamson (New Smyrna Beach.)
Ken is now president of Rollins Fine Art, an art consulting company, representing more
than 150 artists nationwide. Rollins Fine Art, LLC is based in St. Petersburg, Fl. For more
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