Martin Artisans Guild to Host “Art in Isolation” Exhibition

The artisans guild will host an accompanying raffle to support artist members impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

Rouge Run-off, Jane Lawton Baldridge, water-based media on canvas.

Like many arts organizations across the world, the Martin Artisans Guild took time during quarantine to regroup, revise, and revamp their fall art offerings. To demonstrate the art created during this pandemic-induced slow down, the organization will host “Art in Isolation” a new exhibition, beginning on Wednesday, September 2. The exhibition will feature works from 11 of the guild’s local artists, each putting their inspired works on display for art patrons to enjoy.

The exhibition will be hosted at The Palm Room in Harbour Bay Plaza (3778 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Seawall’s Point, FL) through October 31. The event will kick off with an opening reception on Wednesday, September 2 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Guests will meet the guild’s artists, enjoy refreshments, and wander amongst the gallery’s paintings, ceramics, and sculpture.

Endless Fields, Lynn Morgan, pastel.

Visitors are welcome Wednesday to Saturday, from 12 to 6 p.m. Phase II distancing guidelines will be followed and face masks are required (masks will be offered at the exhibition’s entrance). For more information about the exhibition, please click here.

Artists Helping Artists

In addition to the “Art in Isolation” exhibition, The Martin Artisans Guild will also host an art raffle to help artist members who have been adversely affected by COVID-19.

There are 35 total works of art submitted by 25 members of Martin Artisans Guild. Original art in pottery, jewelry, glass work, sculpture, photography, drawings and paintings will be raffled by drawings on October 25. Raffle tickets cost $20. Artwork can be viewed and raffle tickets can be purchased at the following businesses and online at:

Red Barn Furniture, 513 S.E. Monterey Rd., Stuart

Kling Gallery, 723 S. Colorado Ave., Stuart

Stuart Art Supply, 45 S.E. Kindred St., Stuart

Gilt Complex, 608 S. Colorado Ave., Stuart

Palm Room, 3760 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Sewall’s Point


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