Annual Mistletoe Madness Party in the Pocket!
Come to our special event for locals to enjoy their holiday shopping with family while supporting local small businesses!
The Fish House Art Center studios will be open with their special treats and goodies. The Creamery will be serving great drink specials. And here at Marker 23, we’ll be offering 10% discount on everything in our gallery and boutique! Gary Gajon will be here playing his handmade carved Native American flutes.
Sip and Shop with us on December 18th from 5-8 p.m.!
Wednesday, December 18th 5-8
Join us for the show opening to meet two of our local artists, Liza Karsai and Gary Gajon. Colorful and laboriously detailed ocean scenes and landscapes adorn the canvases of Liza Karsai. Watch Liza's live painting demonstrations during the opening reception and in the afternoon Saturday and Sunday to follow.
Gary Gajon will be demonstrating relaxing songs played on his hand crafted Native American wood flutes during the reception Friday evening.
Reception: January 3rd 5-8
Painting in the Gallery: January 3rd, 4th & 5th
Join us for the show opening to meet the artists Gary and Dee Hartman. Dee's jewelry is constructed from locally found sea glass and "jewels of the isle". Gary Hartman will also be in the gallery Saturday and Sunday doing live painting demonstrations during this fun-filled Seafood Festival weekend!
Reception: January 24th 5-8
Painting in the Gallery: January 25th & 26th
GARY & DEE HARTMAN
Join us for the show opening to meet the artist Paulette Murray. Paulette will be creating customized bracelets during the reception and taking orders for customized Valentine's Day gifts.
Reception: February 7th 5-8
Join us for the show opening to meet local artist Sue Spoford.
Reception: March 6th, 5-8
Join us for a special collaborative show featuring the artwork of local wildlife conservation artist Laura Palermo and the Florida Oceanographic Society.
Education ambassadors from the Florida Oceanographic Center will be present during the opening reception to promote their mission and answer any questions.
Palermo's paintings focus on threatened sea turtle and shorebird species to help raise awareness about conservation. 10% of the profits will be donated to the Florida Oceanographic Center.
Reception: April 3rd, 5-8
LAURA PALERMO &
FLORIDA OCEANOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
Join us for the show opening to meet the mother and son duo, Sara and Mike Thiem.
Sara's Lazy Susan turntables are created with sustainable Exotic African Woods, Crushed Shell, Acrylic Paints and Pyrography. In addition to her Lazy Susan's, Sara is also creating charcuterie boards and decorative wall hangings.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree with Mike's custom boards! Mike's technique involved a laser engraving process, allowing him to adorn his boards and home-goods with very fine and precise detailed images.