Arts Coast Magazine – Pinellas Artists at Work

Part 2: Art, Computers and Systems

As digital technology began taking root in the mid-20th century, artists started incorporating various technical and conceptual systems into their practices. This reframing of art, in terms of systems, built… Read More

Emerging Artists Show 2023

I felt like Cinderella going to the ball. May 4, 2023, opening night for the 2023 Emerging  Artist to showcase in a museum setting, the culmination of artwork five or… Read More

Why You Need to Come See THIS Show

Every exhibit postcard compels you to attend, but here’s why this one is different. We all start somewhere; Beethoven had to learn scales, Einstein learned math and Van Gogh taught… Read More

The Stone Sculptor’s Creative Process- A Simplified Guide

1) Greet your stone with an air of respect for the lessons and gifts it’s about to give you. 2) Spend time with it and look for any distinguishing characteristics, unique veining… Read More

The Evolution of Abstract Precisionism

When I first embarked on my career as a painter, the path wasn’t clear to me. It would’ve been nice if someone had given me a map to tell me… Read More

My Favorite Reads of 2023 So Far: Inspiration and Admiration

For the past few years, I’ve participated in a reading challenge where I set a goal to read 52 books a year. That means I read roughly one book a… Read More

Don’t take my word for it!

Writing is great. Reading about writing can be great too. Over the years, I have amassed hours reading about how to write better and how to be a more creative… Read More

Improving solo performance

As a drummer in a pipe band, much of my time and effort is devoted to drum corps and band rehearsal.  For me, the highest motivation in playing has always… Read More

Now What?

Recently, I wrote about my experiences on the night of the 2023 Emerging Artist Grant, which is fully available on Arts Coast Magazine’s website. The experience was fun and engaging… Read More

Part 1: Art, Computers and Systems

In the mid-20th century, the advent of microchips and digital systems ignited a new era in art-making, catalyzing cybernetics and system theories that permeated consequential art movements. In this 3-part… Read More

My art exhibition finally opens

Blog Post 14 – Agueda Zabisky   The exhibition opening day has arrived: May 4th. After months of hard work, a learning curve and a few obstacles I was able… Read More

The Transformative Power of Art

As an artist, I have always been drawn to the transformative power of art. From a young age, I found solace in drawing and painting, using art as a way… Read More

Welcome To My World

Curious about how an artist works and where ideas come from. Follow me into my studio where I talk about my process. Thanks to my friend, artist, and gallerist, James… Read More

Post-Production Processing

It’s been a little over two weeks since I presented my Emerging Artist production of 61 Unused Pages by Vincent Terrell Durham at the Studio@620 and I’ve had some time… Read More


Dropping off three long scrolls after 9 long months of work is ironically like that birth thing. Blood sweat tears, the whole thing, literally. Even groaning. I’m anxious. I’m at… Read More

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