Directors Choice and A Moment Noticed

Concurrent Art Exhibitions Featuring Neverne Covington, Rebecca Skelton, and Olga Stamatiou

Date(s) & Times

February 13-March 7, 2016

Opening Reception Saturday February 13, 2016 / 5-9 PM

Exhibition available to view by appointment, call The Studio@620 727-895-6620




Red Circle Sponsors: Katee Tulley and Helen Levine, Bill and Hazel Hough

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The Studio@620 invites you to enjoy recent works by our 2015 Director’s
Choice winners Neverne Covington and Rebecca Skelton who will be
featuring figurative works.
Explore a new world of intimate images in the Ellis Gallery where the first Florida
exhibition by Olga Stamatiou, “A Moment Noticed” will be featured.
As a result of traveling with "Seawall Child", a non-profit mobile emergency services vehicle, and
acting as an art command center helpIng relief organizations work with
children, Olga has created a series of fifty 6 x 6 inch paintings, acrylic on
canvas. There will also be a video presentation of “A glimpse of life on the
road.” which compliments this visual travelogue.

 SEEWALLCHILD : to engage, enthrall, educate, and heal through a fusion of art and technology for children.

 SEEWALL CHILD believes in the power of art to transform the human spirit.

 Our goal is to provide relief in times of crisis.

 For the past eight years we have been building award winning art based interactive installations for children’s crisis centers and children’s hospitals

 We will now be going mobile with our Emergency Mobile Service vehicle to natural disaster areas and emergency situations, acting as an art    command center helpIng relief organizations work with children.

 The EMSv will be complete with art and educational supplies which provide physical and mental stimulating activities.

 Our mobile kitchen will serve healthy and fun meals.

 Emergency Mobile Service vehicle . The combination truck/trailer would not only act as a mobile kitchen providing nutritional comfort food during a  time of crisis, but would also act as. a mobile art studio with all the supplies , a mobile imagination playground, equipment needed to become a positive distraction for children.

 Preventing and treating the distress experienced by children as soon as possible is crucial for optimal long-term health and recovery.