Opening Reception Friday September 23rd!

We are very excited to debut our newest artist Milu Petersen!!

Milu was born in Mozambique, Africa. Following the Portuguese Colonial war and liberation in 1975 moved to Portugal where she attended Fundaçao Ricardo Espirito Santo, School of Arts In Lisbon. After which she studied in Denmark at Art Museum Of Skagen North of Denmark, in addition to attending classes at the School of Art in Paris, la Vila Pastille.

Milu currently resides in Cabo Frio, Brazil where she exhibits much of her work. Her paintings have been exhibited across the world including Panama, Venezuela, Cuba, Portugal, Colombia, Peru, Sweden , Norway, Denmark, Puerto Rico, Italy, Brazil and France.

Milu paints in acrylic, on canvas and has adopted a firm style of Impressionism inspired by her beautiful surroundings in Brazil and ideas formed from my wide experience and imagination.

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Muli Petersen

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Also debuting new works from Photographers Lee Davis and Sid Earley as well as Artist Flew; featuring works from Ronnie Burak, Matthew Winghart, Shayna Winghart!

Friday September 23rd, 2016

6-9 pm

Christmas in July with Deck the Chairs!

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Please join us for a fundraising event benefiting Deck the Chairs, Friday July 15th, 2016, 6pm

Check back soon for all the details!!

Deck The Chairs (DTC) is an annual lighted sculptural exhibit using the iconic red chairs of The American Red Cross Life Saving Corps. Free and open to the public, the light display aims to build community pride, foster private and public relationships, and provide a wholesome and festive downtown during the holidays. All net proceeds from DTC will benefit the historic Jacksonville Beach Life Saving Corps. Kick off is the day after Thanksgiving and the event runs through the month of December. To learn more, visit www.deckthechairs.org.

Local Exposure Photography Contest!

“Local Exposure” Photography Contest @ Gallery725

Don’t miss the Opening Reception for our Sixth Annual Local Exposure Photography Contest!! Tomorrow night, Friday January 29th 6-10pm. Peoples Choice voting is between 6-9pm – winners announced shortly after. We are very excited about this years submissions, great work and talented artists!! Please help us welcome this years participants!

Erynn Dostaler
Theron Moss
Elena Ohlander
Sid Earley
Shepard Boggs
Tyler Mandala
Bill Lewis
Lee Davis
Ronnie Burak
Sally Paulson
Neva Luhar-Trice
Amanda Rosenblatt
Carol Fisher
Wally Sears
Gabe Wise

725-5 Atlantic Blvd ~ Atlantic Beach, Fl 32233

Prizes will be awarded for the following:

1st Place
2nd Place
3rd Place

Award of Distinction Peoples Choice

The Peoples Choice award will be held at the show opening, voting between 6pm and 9pm, winners for all prizes will be announced at 9:30pm.

Changes at Gallery725

Please join us for Changes at Gallery725
Friday October 16th 6-9pm

Gallery725 is very excited to share the many changes we have made over the

summer! We have asked our artists to create new works for this special show.

Featured Artists:

Bruce MenNe

Flew

Ronnie Burak

Sid Early

Tonsenia Yonn

Matthew Winghart

Ken Daga

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.

Sid Earley "Boats in the Mist"

Sid Earley
“Boats in the Mist”

Ronnie Burak "Vineyard View"

Ronnie Burak
“Vineyard View”

Opening Reception June 5th!

Please join us for our new show! Opening June 5th 2015!

Featuring new works from artists:

Matthew Winghart

Ronnie Burak

Flew

Tonsenia Yonn

Ken Daga

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Artist Ronnie Burak

“Expression” Opening Reception Friday March 20th, 2015

We invite you to attend the Opening Reception of “Expression”

Friday March 20th, 2015 6-9pm

Featuring Artists:

Ronnie Burak

Flew

Tonsenia Yonn

Matthew Winghart

Ken Daga

Shayna Raymond

 

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Photography by Ronnie Burak

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.