The Apalachicola Museum of Art Exhibition:
Works on Exhibit by Beth Appleton
“The AMOA exhibition was one of my all time favorites; this solo show epitomized why I love and will always participate in local and regional exhibitions. The Directors, Marie and Willoughby Marshall, embraced my art as a teaching opportunity, encouraging community involvement. Artist review continues...
Many artworks were sold supporting my work as an artist as well as the venue itself. Inspired, I wrote a book and created two videos to accompany the exhibition.
The Museum was established in the historic Conter Fry house in Apalachicola, Florida, due to the efforts of Marie Marshall and her husband, Willoughby Marshall, the noted architect who led the restoration of this wonderful building. This location is now the St. Vincent Island National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, however, the Apalachicola Museum of Art will long be remembered.”
Visuals created by the artist for this exhibition include:
Cut and Paste A Scrapfish
Gently Down the Stream – The Movie
Gently Down the Stream – The Book
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