Tonight's the last chance to check out a performance by St. Petersburg-based "image-maker" Alice Ferrulo of Black Horse Theatre, whose creations meld theater, dance and visual art. Portraiture: In Three Movements is her take on Olivia, a composite personality inspired by portraits of former substance abusers by painter Thomas Murray (formerly of the Bay area, now of Edinburg, Tex.). In addition to Murray's influence, the project incorporates work by fashion designer Rogerio Martins and artist/cutting-edge jewelry designer Donna Sweigert. Click here to read the story from CL's print edition. Get your tickets for tonight's 8 p.m. performance at the [email protected] ($15 general; $10 students/seniors) online or at the door.
Megan Voeller is Creative Loafings visual art critic. She teaches at the University of Tampa and The Art Institute of Tampa and blogs at Artsqueeze.com.