Arts Coast Magazine – Pinellas Artists at Work

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The most important thing is to find balance at all times (my Creative Pinellas Project 4/4)

Ceramic sculpture by Agueda Zabisky   Blog Post 9 – Agueda Zabisky In the previous post, I was talking about simplifying. So today I decided to do an exercise in… Read More

The Exposed Madonna

Before moving to Florida in 2019, I spent 4 years teaching abroad in Italy and Spain. Because of my past years living in those heavily catholic countries, one main culture… Read More

New York, New York! My opening at Pen+Brush

Hi Everyone! I wanted to update what I’ve been up to! This past month I was privileged enough to go to New York twice! Once was for a bachelorette party,… Read More

Patterns, patterns, patterns

Through patterns I can create a visual language of abstraction and realism by painting the intricate and often wild, unruly patterns of plants in Floridian landscapes and interior domestic spaces…. Read More

Everything has duality (my Creative Pinellas Project 3/4)

Image Pixabay   Blog Post 8 – Agueda Zabisky Geometric patterns are the basis of all shapes found in nature. From the structure of an atom to a flower, everything… Read More

Mermaids and Myths at The Factory

I am always keeping my eye out for calls to exhibit work especially locally and nationally. I regularly select exhibitions to apply to based on whether or not the work… Read More

Developing AQ&REE: Brother Fire, Sister Fly

The year of my fellowship is almost ending, if it hasn’t already. But the experience has been absolutely stellar for me. I delved deeper into incredible and impactful Tampa Bay… Read More

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Our life is rhythm, frequency and synchronicity all the time (my Creative Pinellas Project 2/4)

Blog Post 7 – Agueda Zabisky   In the previous post, I talked a little about the sculptures from the Convergence series. From there, innovative ideas emerged. The geometric elements… Read More

Squeezing In Time

  Out of nowhere bees start swarming inside the old building that houses my studio. The  fifty year old frame structure has had several incarnations, office, woodworking shop, leather-smith, and… Read More

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The importance of knowing how to make choices (my Creative Pinellas Project 1/4)

Blog Post 6 – Agueda Zabisky   The idea for my Creative Pinellas project was something that grew out of the perspective of a larger space to exhibit my art…. Read More

Meet My Mentor, Brenda McMahon

As an Emerging Artist Grantee, I was paired with a mentor to guide  and share professional insight as I create work and form relationships with the community of artists in… Read More

Difficulty creates inspiration.

I recently posed the question on social media asking what people wanted to know about me and many of you asked “where do you get your inspiration from? Honestly there… Read More

Finding the voice that’s my own

I have talked a lot about symbols, language and lexicon in my statements and blogs. My totems and repeated iconography were once my very own. no one else was doing… Read More

An Ace up one’s sleeve

Blog Post 5 – Agueda Zabisky My journey with the Creative Pinellas project has been both challenging and valuable. I’m more organized than I ever thought possible (nothing close to… Read More

The figure, the heart of my work.

The human figure is the heart of my work. Using heavily saturated oil paint, I combine color blocking and loose, dynamic lines to create a wonky figure that looks neither… Read More

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