Art of Wild Florida: A Watercolor & Ink Exhibition Inspired by the Tallahassee Museum

Arts4All Florida, a not-for-profit organization, coordinates a statewide My Art My Way artist in residency program for students with and without disabilities in the public schools. The residencies in Bay County were a unique opportunity to extend the traditional My Art My Way program. Teaching artist Sandy Olson Hill taught visual art lessons in two classrooms at St. Andrews School in Bay County for six hours over the past few months.

After a live visit, complete with animals, from the Tallahassee Museum” Animal Encounter” team, the Bay County classes were inspired to create their own art. The very talented student artists from St. Andrews School showcase their exhibition inspired by the Tallahassee Museum below.

The artwork can be viewed online on the Tallahassee Museum and Arts4All Florida websites from June through August 2021.

View it here: Art of Wild Florida Exhibition

For more information on the My Art My Way artist in residence program, visit www.arts4allflorida.org or contact Dee Miller, Director of Education, at (813) 957-1772.