LIVE Radio Broadcast at Gallery On First Sunday, 1/30 9am-1pm FREE EVENT
Stop by for a live broadcast of Real Radio 104.1’s Sunday Morning Coming Down here at Gallery on First! Host Joseph Martins and his crew will be in the house playing four hours of listener requests and inspired song programming celebrating eclectic and nostalgic music landscapes! Sunday, January 30 from 9am-1pm. Our friends from Henry’s Depot will be on site providing some Sunday Morning libations to put you in a convivial Sunday Funday mood. We’ll also be joined by the staff of Wet Nose Big Heart and their pack of adoptable animals! Great music, delicious food, fresh art and cute critters! What more do you need from a Sunday!?! Listen from anywhere by clicking the link below and tuning in 1/30, 9am-1pm: https://realradio.iheart.com/featured/sunday-morning-coming-down/
"Cecily"s" is the latest in the ongoing series of "funky interiors" by Debe Abbott. Debe has worked on this series off and on since the early 1990's. Each piece is a whimsical room drawn from her imagination and informed by her love of old black and white films from the golden age of cinema. The paintings are named for the women she imagines might live there. This original painting is executed in acrylic on professional grade acid free paper. Prints, canvas transfers and note cards will soon be available.
"Indomitable Spirit", garden sculpture by KV Abbott. This steel sculpture is made from welded found objects and has a rich rusty patina. The sculpture stands at just under 6' tall and although designed for the garden would also be suitable indoors. The sculpture was inspired by Kevin's residency at the David Hayes Sculpture Fields in Coventry, Ct. this past summer. Visit with us during Sanford Art & Jazz Night January 20 from 6-9pm
"It's A Wrap"
Gallery On First artist John Sullivan was one of several artists' whose art was selected for the City of Sanford Utility Wraps Art Program. His Carousel Horse Art can be found at the Northwest corner of First Street and Sanford Ave. in the Historic Downtown District of Sanford Florida. A special thanks to the Sanford Arts Commission for making this project come to fruition!