Come for the Art; Stay for the Music

If you are looking for a fun way to spend what promises to be a cool day at the beach, you won’t want to miss the Family Arts Festival in Daytona Beach Shores.  Check out some of the area’s finest artists and listen  to live music on the beach on the final day of the Daytona Beach Shores Jazz Festival. Plenty of family activities and yes….Own A Debbie will be there!

Taking place oceanfront and on the beach at Frank Rendon Park in Daytona Beach Shores.  It’s free! MajorcaBoatsDone

Arts And Crafts Show This Weekend!

Busy getting ready an upcoming show this weekend. This time you will find Own A Debbie at the annual St. James Episcopal Church Art And Crafts Fair. It’s located at 38 South Halifax Drive, Ormond Beach.  It’s  taking place Saturday from 10-4 and Sunday from noon till four. Lots of baked goods for sale too!  Inclement weather  won’t  bother you here…we’re indoors!

Kaleidiscope5There’s  only two more weeks to catch the Kaleidoscope Show at the  Art and Antiques Gallery in the quaint arts community of Eau Gallie. Look for “Hats Off” and “Going Bananas”.  Yup. They are mine!

Then, Saturday, March 28 marks the first annual Family Art Fest featuring artists from the Art Guild of Ponce Inlet and lots of Jazz on the  beach.






And of course, don’t forget to check out our ongoing exhibit at the Quality Inn International Speedway lobby in Daytona Beach.


The Eau Gallie Arts District

When two of my favorite pieces were accepted for the first annual Kaleidoscope exhibit at  the Art and Antiques Gallery in Eau Gallie, the first thing I did was jump up and down.  The next thing I did was look for Eau Gallie on the map.

For our purposes, it’s located near Melbourne on Florida’s east coast. It’s a tiny community with a strong emphasis on the arts. It’s amazing how many galleries and art related businesses there are in this little town.

So now I am really excited about the private reception on March 7th and that two of my works will display along with 43 others specially chosen for this juried show.  My work will hang in the gallery for the month of March.

A preview for those who can’t make it to the gallery this month  is below.  The Eau Gallie Arts District is still in its infancy, but expect it to become one of Florida’s premier areas for the arts.

Hats Off!
Hats Off!
Going Bananas
Going Bananas