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Ambergris Ink mural by Ruben Ubiera
May 22, 2017

A life-size decomposing beached whale. Vultures feed on it while flowers arise from the rotting carcass. A weird mural that recently appeared in the Grove street Neighborhood provoked conversations. Some people ask, “Who in their right mind would paint a decomposing animal being eaten by vultures on the side of a building?” and name it […]

May 6, 2017

University Galleries at the University of Florida presents “Layers” in the Gary R. Libby Gallery in Fine Arts C (FAC) located on UF’s campus May 8 – September 22, 2017. An opening reception for “Layers” will take place in the Gary R. Libby Gallery on September 8, 2017, 7-9 pm. “Layers” highlights work by artist […]

EU Environmental Action
April 20, 2017

Over the past decades the European Union has put in place a broad range of environmental legislation. As a result, air, water and soil pollution has significantly been reduced. Chemicals legislation has been modernised and the use of many toxic or hazardous substances has been restricted. However, many challenges persist and these must be tackled […]

Interview with Nicole Holderbaum
April 3, 2017

Tell a little bit about yourself. I was born and raised in South Florida where I went to art magnet schools for both middle and high school. I then moved to Jacksonville where I went to the University of North Florida. I discontinued my studies at UNF and pursued a career in art. For a […]

February 15, 2017

Botsy BeDrawn is a machine designed to take a digital image of any type (art work, company logo, technical drawings, sports team’s name, etc) and transfer the image onto a wall. Botsy can use any drawing device from pencil to marker to chalk to pen. The main function of Botsy is to give people the […]

Grove Street Neighborhood
February 6, 2017

The historic, inner city Grove Street Neighborhood in Gainesville, Florida, will be kicking off its GROVE STREET NEIGHBORHOOD project Tuesday, January 31, 2017.  The project arose when Maria Huff Edwards, a recipient of the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs’ Star Good Neighbor Award 2015, and, Iryna Kanishcheva, Founder and Curator of 352Walls/The Gainesville […]

352walls. L.E.O.
November 25, 2016

Reginald O’Neil aka L.E.O., participant of 352walls, tells about the meaning of his work and Gainesville. Tell me about the meaning of your work… This is a portrait of Richard Hallman who was a 16-year-old kid who got killed in Miami, Florida; he is the cousin of Tremont Harris and friend of Antonio Galloway. This is […]

Uninhibited Urban Art Magazine/ 352walls
November 17, 2016

Miami based, Uninhibited Urban Art Magazine issue #4 features a story about 352walls and its Founder Iryna Kanishcheva. Exclusively in Hector Framing & Gallery everyone can get a copy of the magazine for free! Also, look for the magazine in the Tower Road Library, teen area. To find out more about the magazine read the interview with Editor-in-Chief […]

Paradise Cities: Urban Art in Florida
September 7, 2016

Paradise Cities: Urban Art in Florida it is an exhibition featuring the work of 10 female artists in the Sunshine State who incorporate a street art aesthetic into their studio practice. Participants include Hilary White and Iryna Kanishcheva two local artists of Gainesville. The show will coincide with the 2nd annual SHINE St. Petersburg Mural Festival. Opening […]

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