Sculpture House

Opened in September of 2022, the Sculpture House is a gallery dedicated to the creation and exhibition of 3D and experimental art.  Exhibitions rotate on a quarterly basis. The space also functions as a residency for working artists to utilize as a studio and exhibition space. Artists Barbara Sorensen, Brooks Dierdorff, and Shannon Rae Lindsey have each worked in the house as artists-in-residence since the Sculpture House's inception. 

The house is a renovated ranch style, mid-century home, adorned with a colorful mural designed by artist Claire Lavin and installed with the help of local seniors, artists, employees of the city, and the Florida Sculptors Guild (FSG). 

Illuminated in the carport is the work artist Marla E. Six painted plexiglass panels are backlit and glow bright in the night, drawing people close to see the warm beauty. 

Currently on Display

Common Threads

August 11- October 31

Opening Reception: Friday, August 11 from 6-9 p.m.

Features the work of three multidisciplinary artists Brittney Fucheck, Tim Reid and the late Marlenys Rojas-Reid.

Common Threads considers the fragile tension of our lived experiences through a variety of mediums and processes. Exploring themes of grief and healing, decay and renewal, and the joy of discovery, the exhibition invites viewers to explore and consider new perspectives.

Brittney Fucheck navigates coming to terms with death through appreciation, acknowledgment, and collaboration with nature.

Tim Reid provokes viewers with specific and universal insecurities, contradictions, and hypocrisy.

The late Marlenys Rojas-Reid responded to her experiences as a Latin Woman living in the United States and the challenges of being perceived as an object of hate or desire.