Exhibiting Artists from 43rd Annual Mount Dora Arts Festival (2018):
2018 Exhibiting Artists from Clay to Mixed Media 2D
2018 Exhibiting Artists from Mixed Media 2D to Watercolor
Exhibiting Artists from 42nd Annual Mount Dora Arts Festival (2017):
2017 Exhibiting Artists from Clay to Mixed Media 2D
2017 Exhibiting Artists from Mixed Media 2D to Watercolor
Exhibiting Artists from 41st Annual Mount Dora Arts Festival (2016):
2016 Exhibiting Artists from Clay to Metalwork
2016 Exhibiting Artists from Mixed Media 2D to Watercolor
Julie Dickover is the Director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida. During her time at CEAM, she has worked closely with, and organized solo exhibitions by artists Julie Lequin, Mark Ruwedel, Lee Walton, Liz Rodda and Jamie Isenstein. Other exhibitions include a collaborative project with renowned artist Harrell Fletcher.
Richard Colvin is an artist and museum professional, who brings an alternative viewpoint to his work in both traditional and contemporary.
Mr. Colvin received an art education at the Art Workshop in Winter Park, Thomas F. Peterson at Rollins College and through observing Central Florida's legendary painter/printmakers, including Maury Hurt, Bill Orr, Jerry Raidiger, and many others.
Stacy Koffman is a painter of large canvases and works on paper that incorporate figurative imagery into abstractions of landscape and architecture. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The University of Tennessee in ceramics and a Masters of Fine Arts degree from The University of Georgia in painting and drawing. She attended The Joe L. Evans Appalachian Center for Crafts as part of her bachelor’s degree and participated in numerous professional workshops with notable artists such as Dale Chilhuly, Rudy Autio, Ron Meyers, and Robert Brady. She also studied at Arrowmont Craft School in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.