Inside ‘Outside-In,’ SHINE’s outstanding grand finale
What an incredible effort by all the SHINE organizers, supporters and artists. With a multimedia feast for the senses that included murals, music and installations, the celebration at Behar + Peteranecz Architecture certainly succeeded in “illuminating the power of public art.” Amazement and camaraderie seemed to be enjoyed by all in attendance. Best wishes and congrats to the artists on the sale of their artwork.
Here are some of the best photos from “Outside-In Art Exhibit & Finale Event.”
Thank you so much to all — you really hold this community together like glue.
All Photos By Daniel Veintimilla Eternal Oblivion
Carlos “ZuluPainter” Culbertson muralist, an all-around great guy, showed up with his family.
Oleson who also built the amazing installation of a volcano in St. Pete just outside, poses here with writer Mitzi Jo Gordon, owner of Bluebird Books Bus and SEA Change, Socially Engaged Art Tampa Bay. She’s also part of St. Pete Women’s Collective.
“Ethereal” print detail of one of many Chris Parks Palehorse paintings inside Behar + Peteranecz Architecture.
Signature skateboards as a medium, by Pale Horse at SHINE’s Outside-In.
Muralists Yok Yok and Sheryo created this gigantic “Gator Lounge” external view. The frame was constructed by the master Heinz Hinrichs. The video mapping installation was a collaboration between Agil Pandri Prakoso, and the mentioned muralist.
“Moon Cat” by Tampa-based and Halloween lover, illustrator Laura Spencer.
Inside Yok Yok and Sheryo installation “Gator Lounge” 1 of 3.
Inside Yok Yok and Sheryo installation “Gator Lounge” 2 of 3.
Inside Yok Yok and Sheryo installation “Gator Lounge” 3 of 3.
Vitale Bros.’ mural in comfortable family-friendly setting.
Tampa-based artist and SHINE muralist Jujmo‘s colorful and bubbly work.
April Seelbach groovy photo set-up. Black and white and white and black. At Outside In. #chameleonportrait
Food provided by: Mic Deluxx
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