New art exhibits around Tampa Bay

Fresh art exhibits around town.

Yolanda Sanchez's Out of Eden

Yolanda Sánchez’s OUT OF EDEN takes you on a creative meditation of natural beauty.

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Six new exhibitions are opening up around Tampa Bay this month. Let’s take a look.

🧵 Yolanda Sánchez’s “OUT OF EDEN”

📍 Creative Pinellas Gallery | ⏳ Jan. 19-April 16
The artist creates her textiles using the traditional Korean Bojagi wrapping technique, but her fabric choice and vibrant colors are anything but traditional.

🤖 McArthur Freeman II + Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman’s “IMAGINE BLACKNESS”

📍 Creative Pinellas Gallery | ⏳ Jan. 19-April 16
Experience everything from a botanical paradise to the cosmos in this AI-generated exhibit.

🏉 Carrollwood Cultural Center’s “Champa Bay”

📍 Carrollwood Cultural Center | ⏳ Jan. 12-28
This art exhibit focuses on The Buccaneers, Lightning, Rays, Rowdies, little league, and club sports.

📸 Águeda Sanfiz’s “The Other Pandemic”

📍 Morean Arts Center | ⏳ Jan. 14
Everyone has their own pandemic story. Águeda Sanfiz tells the story of the devastating loss of her sister during an unprecedented time.

📸 Tom Kramer’s “Forever Changed”

📍 Morean Arts Center | ⏳ Jan. 14
The masterful late photographer shared his feelings of pain + loneliness in his final collection of photographs.

📸 Curtis Anderson, Jr. + Stefan Jennings Batista’s “Wonder in the Wild”

📍 Morean Arts Center | ⏳ Jan. 14
This collection of photos documents one man’s conversion to a new religion and the spirituality found in nature.

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