The lifeguard office at Buccaneer Bay, the popular water park at Weeki Wachee Springs, now has come alive with the tropical radiance and nature-borne aura of its host park. This new blast of color came in the form of a mural freshly painted on an office wall. Even more amazingly, the mural's artist is a student whose pay came in the form of student volunteer hours.
A sublime artwork depicting a family of cranes at play, the beautiful, whimsical wooden sculpture gracing The Bromeliad Garden at Nature Coast Botanical Gardens is far more than a statue. It's an extension and celebration of life itself.
There are some new mysterious additions to the Nature Coast Botanical Garden. Tiny doors have popped up among the flowers and trees of the 3.5 acre garden waiting to be discovered by visitors.
Brooksville Main Street and Hernando County Arts Council co-sponsors of the Mini Mural Project, invite artists to make people smile by creating an original and refreshingly optimistic art piece for the third round of their Mobile Mini Murals program. The mobile murals will be on display at two Brooksville Main Street events: Murals in the Park and the November Art Stroll.
Whether they wish to act, sing or dance their way across the stage, performing arts enthusiasts will find much to like about the new class schedule at Brooksville’s Live Oak Conservatory.
Live Oak Theatre announced that registration for classes at the Live Oak Conservatory will take place Saturday, August 21, from 11 am to 2 pm at the Carol & Frank Morsani Center for the Arts, 21030 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville.
Thanks to the efforts of a young local artist, and the aid of the Hernando County Fine Arts Council, a wall of the new Hernando County Administration office has become a canvas of a fine acrylic mural; it is a large-scale artistic collaboration and the piece truly represents Hernando County.
Hernando county is home to an abundance of talent that never ceases to amaze.
Desiree Kantrim, 92, is a relatively new resident of Brooksville who has brought a life's worth of artwork with her. She relocated here from Jacksonville where she was very active in the local art scene, being part of multiple groups to celebrate and work with hometown artists.
As the world opens up, so does the stage; and in Hernando County, we now see the dawn of a performing arts season in which this stage will come alive with music and drama, fun and festivity.
For the community of Brooksville, Mary Ann Hogan was more than a community leader. She was, and is, a community institution. Mary Ann Hogan passed away on June 4, 2021. She was 90 years old.