Ricardo Rivera opened up his art gallery in Spring Hill known as Ricardo Design Gallery. On Friday October 4, 2019 they will be holding an open house for the public at the gallery located at 13112 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill 34609. It will be held from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
No way. At 15 years old, my friends had better things to do.
Such as driving behind the wheel with their freshly printed driver’s license permit. Now that was a good time.
Their idea of fun certainly wasn’t staring into the abyss of a sewing machine, listening to the helicopter noise it blurted out as my grandmother pushed down on her foot pedal, underneath her toes.
No ma’am. That was torture for my teenage friends. They’d rather watch paint dry.
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For gifts, collectibles and nice finds, Hernando art lovers and collectors will enjoy visiting Ricardo Design, Fine Art and Print Gallery on Spring Hill Drive. The gallery has etchings, sculptures, paintings and art pieces created or collected by Ricardo Rivera, who has been an artist all of his life.
The Uptown Art Gallery at the Brooksville City Hall is pleased to announce the Second Annual Plein Air Paint-Out. This will be an “on location” painting
event sponsored by the Brooksville Blueberry Festival and the City of Brooksville. The final presentation and judging will be at Brooksville City Hall on Sunday April 28th at 3:00 P.M. On Friday, April 19, 2019 from 1:00P.M. to 4:00P.M., we will formally sign in the artists and stamp all paper, canvas, etc. Bring all that you will use.
The Paul Nelson Band will play Sunday March 17 for Blues Bash at the Ranch
By: Jessica Williams
Hernando Sun Writer
A bit starstruck, I had my first interview for The Hernando Sun with the Grammy-Award Winning Guitarist, Paul Nelson, this past week.
He phoned this little ole’ newspaper writer in Hernando County. We talked about his exciting, upcoming appearance at the Blues Bash at The Sertoma Youth Ranch in Brooksville, this Sunday, March 17, among a few other interesting things.
On February 9 and 10 Temple Beth David hosted its fourth annual Nature Coast Art Show. Twenty-three artists representing various media and styles exhibited and sold their works. Some were professional artists with many years of experience. Others, like “emerging artists” Barbara Humphreys and Doug Roth are just starting out in the field.
Ms. Humphreys, a wife, and mother of two young children just moved to Hernando County last year. She studied animation at the Art Institute of Nashville.
by SUE QUIGLEY
HERNANDO SUN WRITER
Art. It’s an expression of creativity or imagination and spans all aspects of our lives from the visual and literary arts to music, theatre, dance and film. Art enhances everything we do through avenues like fashion, architecture or books just to name a few.
“One of the ways we encourage, promote, and support the creative arts in our county is the annual Art in the Park event,” said Hernando County Fine Arts Council Projects Coordinator Jan Knowles.
Article & Photography by SUE QUIGLEY
JAN. 25, 2019- Sue Plumpton and her husband, Robert, musicians for more than 25 years, are pursuing their other artistic talents to create beautiful ceramics, painting them and teaching others how to do it.
The pair, whose professional name is Short Notice, decided it was time to contemplate their other passion of collecting ceramic molds and decided to open their store Ceramics Plus.