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In “Love for Alyssa,” an 8-Year-Old Girl’s Heart For Life Is Unbridled in Kaczmarek’s Photos

| May 10, 2012

“Love for Alyssa,” Jennifer Kaczmarek’s photography exhibit and fund-raiser at Hollingsworth gallery, opening Saturday, is an intimate, realist and daring portrait of 8-year-old Alyssa Hagstrom, who lives with a severe muscular disorder called arthrogryposis.

Seriously Sit-Com: A Play in High “Art” at Palm Coast’s City Repertory Theatre

| March 29, 2012

Three friends. A white painting. And the mayhem it causes. The latest play at Palm Coast’s City Repertory Theatre, opening Friday (at Hollingsworth gallery) is a provocative comedy that’s been translated in 35 languages since its premier in Paris in 1994.

Rascal With a Cause: The Wiles and Women Of Peter Cerreta, at Hollingsworth Gallery

| March 10, 2012

Peter Cerreta’s one-man show at Hollingsworth Gallery is a jaunt through brash themes, colors and shapes with a common denominator: sympathy for the underdog, and a love of storytelling.

Horse-Powered Trio of Neo-Expressionists Bring Their Brash to Hollingsworth Gallery

| December 8, 2011

Artists Pat Zalisko, Karlene McConnell and Melissa Mason, who share a reformed barn of a studio in New Smyrna Beach, exhibit all new work–energetic, serene and spontaneous–in a month-long exhibit at Palm Coast’s Hollingsworth Gallery, opening Saturday.

Miser City: Palm Coast’s Support for The Arts Is 27 Cents Per Year Per Resident

| December 5, 2011

Palm Coast’s city council says the times require stinginess. Community arts and culture leaders say the city is short-sighted and doesn’t recognize the economic boost and improved city profile cultural events provide.

Strings, Arts Openings, Christmas Parade and More Uniform Follies: This Week in Flagler

| December 4, 2011

A busy week of fun and follies all around. The fun: the Flagler Youth Orchestra’s Christmas concert, Palm Coast’s Christmas parade and new arts show openings. The follies: Another uniform forum, and the Florida House releases its redistricting maps.

At Hollingsworth Gallery:
Weldon Ryan, Artist of the Year

| November 12, 2011

Weldon Ryan’s journey from Trinidad to the Bronx to Brooklyn to Palm Coast, navigating poverty, violence, brutality and beauty, begins to explain his art’s hyper-realism and its arms-length emotions.

Saturday Afternoon With The Artists Returns At the Art League, Beckoning Inquisitors

| November 10, 2011

The Flagler County Art League’s annual show, opening Saturday at 4 p.m., is your chance not only to let your eyes wander the walls of a new art show—this one featuring some 70 works—but to meet the artists in person and quiz them about their own work.

In “Talking With…,” Yet Another Triumph for Palm Coast’s Embryonic City Repertory Theatre

| October 30, 2011

Jane Martin’s “Talking With…” is an emotional roller-coaster of laughs and sorrows through 11 women’s monologues, superbly pulled off in Palm Coast’s City Repertory Theatre’s newest production at Hollingsworth Gallery.

Dares From the Familiar From 7 Photographers at Hollingsworth Gallery’s Latest Show

| October 8, 2011

Hollingsworth Gallery’s first all-photography exhibits features provocative, unsettling and arresting work by Steven Benson, Daniel Biferie, Jennifer Kaczmarek, A.J. Neste, Mark Townsend, Mercedes McCartney and Nik Clements.

Between “Laramie” and “Spelling Bee,” All Flagler’s a Stage

| September 23, 2011

John Sbordone’s production of “The Laramie Project” and the Flagler Playhouse’s “Spelling Bee” musical are enough to briefly spoil serious and less than theater lovers this weekend. Take advantage.

Kisses, Spoofs, Puns and Rap Run Wild in Repertory Theatre’s Shakespearean Vaudeville

| August 5, 2011

Director John Sbordone’s first workshop production this weekend at the Repertory Theatre’s stage, at Hollingsworth Gallery, dares grope where no Shakespeare has versed before. It’s high-energy hilarity.

Sbordone’s Next Act: Ex-Playhouse Director Opens New Theater With Poetry Clash

| July 23, 2011

Palm Coast’s theater scene is about to get much richer as John Sbordone launches his City Repertory Theatre with a “poetry clash” at Hollingsworth Gallery, where the theater will have its home for the coming season.

A Quartet’s Steely Encore at Hollingsworth, a Summer Sale at the Flagler County Art League

| July 9, 2011

Joe Thompson’s balancing acts of whimsy and rule-breaking anchor Hollingsworth Gallery’s encore with Jean Banas, Betty Parker and Karin Stover, while the Flagler County Art League holds a two-month art sale of 120 works at very reasonable prices.

Thelma and Louise of Geometric Abstractions Ride Into Hollingsworth Gallery

| May 12, 2011

Louise Lieber, a sculptor and painter, and Antoinette Slick, a painter, are paired in a beguiling new show at the Hollingsworth Gallery. Their art is a journey into the possibilities and beauties of geometry.

Palm Coast’s SoHo: Secca Tree Studios Double Hollingsworth Gallery’s Arts Empire

| April 9, 2011

With its Secca Tree Studios expansion at City Market Place, Hollingsworth Gallery is increasing local contemporary art’s and artists’ exposure while anchoring the arts’ role in Palm Coast’s identity.

The Art League’s Nomadic Spring Festival Finally Finds a Home at City Market Place

| April 1, 2011

Formerly known as Art in the Park, the Flagler County Art League’s Spring festival inaugurates its new home at City Market Place this weekend with some 50 vendors, 10 galleries and hundreds of artists and their works.

Inspired By Chagall: The Art of Whimsy Reinvented, at Hollingsworth Gallery

| March 11, 2011

Every square inch an inspiration, Marc Chagall is the point of departure for a couple of dozen artists at the Hollingsworth Gallery’s latest show, an adventure in rediscovery and reinterpretation of one of the 20th century’s greatest artists.

In Your Face: Palms and Heads Color Hollingsworth Gallery Opening

| February 10, 2011

Opening Feb. 11, the portraits of New Smyrna Beach artist Patricia Zalisko and the landscapes of Ormond Beach artist Karlene McConnell, and both their adventures with color and space, are the subject of their show at Hollingsworth gallery through March 1.

What’s All the Fuss About? A Gallery of Provocative Art From 3 Local Shows

| January 22, 2011

The art of Beth Garren, JJ Graham, Peter Cerreta and others at three local galleries provokes strong emotions, favorable and not so favorable. Here’s a sample of their work to whet your appetite for more before the shows’ close at month’s end.

Craving Art? Garren, Graham, Cerreta and More Dish It Out: 3 Local Galleries, 3 New Shows

| January 8, 2011

No lack of art: Beth Garren, JJ Graham, Peter Cerreta and some 40 other artists show new work at Hollingsworth Gallery and the Flagler County Art League in Palm Coast, and at the Gallery of Local Art (GOLA) in Flagler Beach.

On Point: Color Splash from Hollingsworth To the Art League

| January 6, 2011

On Point with Charlotte Marten recaps the week’s main events and in a special report, previews two new shows opening at Palm Coast’s art galleries: Daytona Beach artist Beth Garren at Hollingsworth Gallery, where Garren’s work will be shown with that of JJ Graham, and “Color Splash” at the Flagler County Art League.

A.J. Neste and Hollingsworth Gallery Frame Young Photographers’ Voices in 1-Night Show

| December 16, 2010

The 15 photographers in the Florida Endowment Foundation’s “Voice” program learned to frame, shoot and market their work all the way to Palm Coast’s premier gallery, where they had a brush with the feel of an art show opening.

Encore: Flagler County Artist of the Year Edson Beckett at Hollingsworth Gallery

| December 11, 2010

Edson Beckett, a ceramics, photography and graphic design teacher at Flagler Palm Coast High School for 22 years, is the Gargiulo Art Foundation’s 11th Artist of the Year since the award’s inaugural in 2000.

Cultural Development Richer Than Economic: How to Grow Palm Coast Into a City With Soul

| October 31, 2010

There’s more to a city than commerce, argues Hollingsworth Gallery’s JJ Graham in a column. Without cultural development and the youthful force that makes it possible, Palm Coast would be a city without soul.

Color and Provocation Surf Through Hollingsworth Gallery’s Latest Show

| October 9, 2010

The new show features eight local artists whose sensibilities range from explorations of the darkest human impulses to the brightest harmonies, with creative chaos in between.

How A Panther Broadened City Beauty Board’s Mission to Include Riches & Perils of Public Art

| September 24, 2010

Paul Baliker’s “Panther” sculpture, looking for a home at Linear Park, forged a discussion that’s leading Palm Coast into a world of public art possibilities led by local artists’ visions.

Art League Inaugurates Move to City Walk With “A Hero’s Call”

| September 11, 2010

Now led by Weldon Ryan, a retired New York City police artist, the Flagler County Art League is devoting its first show at its new City Walk gallery to artistic renditions of first responders around 9/11 and since.

Harmonic Shock Meets Art at Hollingsworth Gallery’s “Music Is the Muse”

| August 14, 2010

The latest show at City Walk’s Hollingsworth Gallery features works by 18 artists inspired by particular songs or pieces of music, which will also be playing–through Sept. 28.

Under Threat of Lawsuit from Universal®, City Walk in Palm Coast Will Change Its Name

| July 24, 2010

City Walk, the beleaguered strip mall and home to Palm Coast city offices, will change its name to get away from Universal’s trademark strips in Orlando and Hollywood.


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