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"Dancing Magnolia" Janice Eve Dale  Graphite

“Dancing Magnolia”
Janice Eve Dale

Presenting the Artists Free for All at Gallery725!

Six of our resident artists showcase their own unique theme.

Please join us for the Opening Reception Friday August 2nd, 2013 featuring:


Janice Eve Dale“In the Garden” – Graphite & Ink

Janice presents a series in which she uses graphite and ink to study the beauty of the natural world and the human figure.  Former Senior Creative Director of Calvin Klein Cosmetics & former Art Director of Vogue Magazine, Janice is new to the beaches of Jacksonville. We are excited she is a part of Gallery725 and are looking forward to showcasing her newest works.


Tonsenia Yonn“Portals from an Artists Mind” – Acrylic

Tonsenia’s Portals from an Artists Mind highlights small scenes from the mind, portals to another world.   Tonsenia Yonn is a mixed media artist whose love of her natural surroundings, organic textures and the unexpected combine to create an innovative and unique style.


Matthew Winghart – “Textiles” – Spray Paint

Matthew will explore classic textile patterns and present the large format pieces in acrylic lacquer spray paint.  He graduated with a degree in Commercial Photography from Ohio Institute of Photography and holds a BFA in Photography from the University of Dayton (Ohio).




Ken Daga

Ken Daga“ Architecture” – Photography

Ken Daga was born and raised in the Philippines, he has been in the Jacksonville area for the past 3 years, where he earned a BFA in Photography. His architecture series is an exploration of buildings along the East Coast of the US and a unique way of presenting these huge structures.


Kelly Meagher“Sirens” – Oil on Oak

In her series “Sirens”, Kelly examines the mythology of the Siren in various cultures.  A graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, Kelly now splits her time between Rincon, Puerto Rico and Jacksonville where she is continually surrounded by the beautiful ocean waters to inspire her works.


Flew – “Faces” – Ink

Using the juxtaposition of contrasting imagery as a central theme, Flew creates pieces that explore ideas of light and dark, chaos and order.  Frank Lewis, a native of Florida, creates works using a technique involving the layering of inks, including sumi ink.


A selection of fine wines paired with hors d’oeuvres will be served. Artists will be on hand to discuss works with collectors and admirers.