Mosaic House of Dunedin featured in trio of architecture-based exhibits at fine art center

All three shows run through Dec. 23.

click to enlarge Blake White (L) and Carol Sackman - Dunedin Fine Art Center
Dunedin Fine Art Center
Blake White (L) and Carol Sackman
Creative Pinellas' Art'n Month is underway, and the Dunedin Fine Arts Center (DFAC) is in on the new initiative to keep showcasing the county as a hotbed for the arts.

Right now, DFAC, located at 1143 Michigan Blvd. in Dunedin, is exploring architecture from near and far in three fall art shows.

Discover the story of how Dunedin couple Carol Sackman and Blake White spent more than 20 years covering their home in mosaics in “Carol Sackman + Blake White: The Mosaic House of Dunedin," showing through Dec. 23.

Then explore the connection between art and music in "We Built this City," also running through Dec. 23.

Finally, take a trip to the rust belt and experience the architecture of industry with Janos Enyedi’s steel sculptures and photographs in "Rust to Rust: Janos Enyedi and the Architecture of Industry."

About The Author

Jennifer Ring

Jen began her storytelling journey in 2017, writing and taking photographs for Creative Loafing Tampa. Since then, she’s told the story of art in Tampa Bay through more than 200 art reviews, artist profiles, and art features. She believes that everyone can and should make art, whether they’re good at it or not...
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