Sunset in the Tropics 5, acrylics/mixed media on canvas, 28 x 32″ ready to be framed. For information, contact Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Local artist opens his studio for the first time ever!
Tony A. Blue “Art in a Double-wide” expect the unexpected
Having lived and worked around the area for the past 35 or 40 years, artist Tony Blue has decided to open his studio to the public – just in time for the holidays! His original paintings, photography, and hand-crafted metal jewelry will be on display and offered at special studio discounts. In addition, the unique designs of local artisan CAB Jewelry will be featured.
The reception is Saturday (Dec. 5, 2015) at 31 Sophie Avenue in Dunedin, FL from 1-4 p.m. Mark your calendar and expect the unexpected!
Over the years, Tony Blue has shown in many galleries and done all the local art shows from Dunedin’s Art Harvest to the Mainsail show in St. Petersburg and has picked up many awards along the way. However, this is the very first time he has been so inclined to open his studio to the public! “I’m somewhat of a private person” he says “but since the bottom fell out of the economy and I haven’t been doing outdoor shows, I hope to expose my new work by opening my studio Saturday afternoon.” In closing he said “I’m calling it Art in a Double-wide but t’s not your grandpappy’s trailer, expect the unexpected!”
The HOLIDAY STUDIO ART ADOPTION (Sale)…
Art prices slashed up to 50% OFF thru December 31, 2013!
• All Tony Bue paintings – 50% Off
• All Tony Blue framed Limited Edition Prints – 30% Off
Make an appointment, come to the studio in Dunedin, Florida — see the art in person!
email: email@example.com or Tel: 727-595-5311
Visit www.artoftonyblue.com for a preview and information on the artist.
Thank you to the writer and photographer for the article. Don’t know why the “on line” images are reversed though. Here is the link…