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I don't think skulls are creepy. They're interesting because they used to hold in everything that was important to someone at one point (their thoughts, beliefs, love) and now they're just a composition of minerals. I guess it's all about how some things can be so important and then all at once stop mattering, our bodies are just a shell. I actually don't really like scary stuff. And I think blood is gross 😅 . . . . . #skulls #humanskulls #humanskull #skullcollecting #macabre #bones #creepy #oddities #curiosities #lifeanddeath #history #archaeology #mementomori
The Epicurean Hotel is hosting the third round of its Epic Art Show on Saturday, Nov. 14 when 10 local Tampa artists—including Carrie Kilgore, who creates realistic oil portrait paintings, and Trent Alyse, who specializes in taxidermy and one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces—will be on display.
A press release from the South Tampa hotel, located at 1207 S. Howard Ave. across the street from Bern’s Steak House—says the event will combine Epicurean’s four pillars of food, wine, art and culture. Attendees can sip a complimentary glass of wine on the hotel’s Garden Terrace while taking in the diverse array of artwork, which will all be for sale.
The show will be separated into four one-hour blocks to allow for social distancing. The first block will kick off at 6 p.m. Masks will be required indoors, and tickets for each hour block can be purchased for $20 via epicureanhotel.com.
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