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Multi-Disciplinary

ART TEACHER IN PARADISE: SARAH

ART TEACHER IN PARADISE: SARAH

I was formerly a performer, which eventually led me into scene design, prop design, and designing stage costumes. In college, I became infatuated with being able to create anything I could imagine. Now I consider myself a mixed media artist, muralist, printmaker, photographer, set and prop-maker, fashion designer, and art teacher. I am passionate about getting art into the hands of all ages through my artwork, community engagement events, and teaching families how to be creative together. I am located on Sugarloaf Key, but you'll often find me wandering around Key West at craft fairs.

CHRISTIAN GUERIN

CHRISTIAN GUERIN

Christian Guerin, French, born in 1953, was brought up in France by his grandmother Berthe Cammeo, who was an artist recognized by the Beaux Arts. He now lives in Weston, Florida. He has always lived in this artistic climate. In the Cote d`azur there are many famous Museums with artists such as Matisse and Chagall and Fondation Maeght. Living in Saint Paul de Vence for a long time, a quaint village in the southeast of France, well known all around the world as an artistic village, where famous artists love to meet. Christian loves to assemble, cut up, paste and paint, to produce spectacular lines which people either adore or are shocked by.

JOHN DAVID BUZOGANY

JOHN DAVID BUZOGANY

As an artist and jeweler, I have been fortunate to create numerous custom pieces of jewelry through the years at my business, Goldsmith Jewelers. I have also exhibited at several galleries including Gingerbread Square and Gallery on Greene as well as The National Gallery in Kuwait.

VICKI GRACE BOGUSZEWSKI - THE POET, JAH LOVE

VICKI GRACE BOGUSZEWSKI - THE POET, JAH LOVE

The Poet, Jah Love is Vicki Boguszewski, a South Florida artist and poet of the Key West Poetry Guild since 1996. Her 2021 Adrienne Arscht Center project, “Voluntary Expressions”, used poetry in an online platform to create connection during pandemic isolation. She can be seen chalking poems on White Street sidewalks during National Poetry Month, is the emcee for the 'Women and Works' Poetry event, and host of the Key West Art in Public Places Sidewalk Poetry Bike Ride during Womenfest. Her first collection, Mesource, was self-published (Sea Story Press, 2008) and includes ink drawings, a watercolor painting, and 40+ original poems. Her work is included in the Guild's 2012 Anthology, Key West, I Love You. Her website, includes a link to her poetry collection.