Gallery

Scenes from a Florida Civil War Fort

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Fort Clinch was constructed in the mid-1800s and occupied by Confederate troops during the early days of the Civil War. Made of almost 5-million bricks, the coastal fortification proved vulnerable t...

A Florida Wood Sculptor and His “Whispering Giants”

To the casual observer, Peter Wolf Toth's property on U.S. 1 in Edgewater, Florida might be mistaken for a shop featuring chainsaw art. Intricately-carved wooden heads of Native Americans soar into the blue skies above. Faces carved into pieces of dr...

5 Fun Places to Visit in Downtown Orlando

It’s no secret Orlando sometimes gets an undeserved reputation for being all about the Mouse House, Shamu and Harry Potter. The general thinking is there’s not much to do in downtown Orlando. But the City Beautiful is a nice place to spend a few hour...

Leoma Lovegrove’s Gallery is a Color Explosion

Rarely are you able to completely immerse yourself into the life of an artist. Sometimes their work only provides a window into their soul. But that’s not the case with southwest Florida artist Leoma Lovegrove. When you enter her gallery and gardens...

A Museum Dedicated to Medicine & Elephants

Sitting atop a hill in DeLand, Florida is an old hospital that's been around since the 1920s. The stately building was constructed during the land boom era and dedicated to the service men of World War II. After falling into a state of disrepair, th...

Inside the Sanctuary of Sculptor Albin Polasek

Albin Polasek was a Czech-American sculptor who created more than 400 works during his career, many of which are on display at his retirement home in Winter Park. The historic site overlooking Lake Osceola offers daily tours of the home, studio, gal...

How Wynwood Became Miami’s Street Art Canvas

Ten years ago, visiting Miami's Wynwood neighborhood wouldn't be on your list of things of to do when staying in the Magic City. It was a rough part of town dominated by warehouses, shoe factories, vagrants and junkies. But Wynwood's reputation star...

Shed a Tear For Disney’s Streets of America

April 2, 2016 will go down as a major turning point for Disney's Hollywood Studios. It's the day when the Streets of America - a land that's been a part of the theme park since opening day in 1989 - will be shuttered forever. Also closing: the Lig...

Don’t “SKIP” This

The Orlando artist who made headlines for losing an 18-foot cardboard banana just before a big art installation over the summer now has his own pop-up gallery inside a co-op at Artegon Marketplace. Justin “SKIP" Skipper famously took to social med...