Robert Lumpp went from transporting passengers on a riverboat vessel along the Mississippi to moving customers with the artwork he’s curated at Hobe Sound Art Gallery.
Artistic, prolific and environmentally conscientious, Tom Lucido’s legacy in landscape architecture adorns and defines much of the Treasure Coast.
Chuck Gerardi, director of sales and marketing for Southeastern Printing, is as capable of being on a team as he is leading the pack.
For Skip Hartzell, known locally as “the dog artist,” inspiration comes in the form of a morning walk—accompanied by a furry friend.
For Don and Annette Macaluso, home is both a place and person: the place being a stage, and the person being one another.
Tim Black started his writing career in the pursuit of a paycheck. But when his daughter became ill, Black discovered a more meaningful, theraputic form of storytelling.
Jason Stocks of District Table & Bar explains what keeping it in the community and eating local means to him.
Jupiter Island's Jane Davis Doggett not only joined the greats as a notable Florida artist, but she also revolutionized the travel industry.
From businessman to newly appointed Martin County commissioner, Harold Jenkins isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty.
With not only medical integrity, but also a passion for the arts, Dr. John Fasano brings an invaluable service to Martin County as a renowned plastic surgeon who treats his patients with the same care and creativity as a canvas.