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About Charlotte Sundquist

Founder of the South Florida Artist's Association
5 07, 2012

Lori Pratico – 7th Door Studio

By | July 5th, 2012|Featured Artists|1 Comment

South Florida has it's share of portrait artists. For some of us, focusing on the uniqueness of an individual can be extraordinarily difficult to do. So we avoid it. We leave the facial features out of the equation. Or we spend all our time on drawing our models shoes. This does not describe

30 09, 2011

Issues in Public Art and Commissioning Agreements

By | September 30th, 2011|Articles, Meetup|2 Comments

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – Broward County Commission’s Cultural Division and the South Florida Artists Association will present Issues in Public Art and Commissioning Agreements with the Associate Director of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento, Esq.  This training session will assist individual visual artists interested in applying for public art commissions, will be

19 04, 2011

Developing Artist Statements Workshop

By | April 19th, 2011|Mastermind Group, Meetup|0 Comments

The South Florida Artists Association and the Broward Cultural Division would like to invite you to attend a special workshop on developing more effective artist statements on Saturday, May 14th from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Participants will learn how to develop an artist’s biography and artist’s statement. We are pleased to have a nationally recognized guest

9 07, 2010

Nolan Haan – Featured Artist

By | July 9th, 2010|Featured Artists|0 Comments

How does an artist inspired to paint while living in a thatched hut in the South Pacific transition his work into bird portraiture and an infatuation for replicating concrete cinderblocks on silk?  I present to you South Florida Artist, Nolan Haan. My first encounter with Nolan's work was at a juried exhibition held at ArtServe

16 04, 2010

Tea Anyone?

By | April 16th, 2010|Mastermind Group|0 Comments

One of the best benefits to members of SFAA is the many and varied networking opportunities that we help to create awareness for in the creative community. I'd like to give a quick example of show SFAA connections happen. A few years ago, I met the current owners of Kevro's Art Bar in Delray Beach.

16 04, 2010

Art Night Lauderdale

By | April 16th, 2010|Mastermind Group|0 Comments

There's a new event gaining momentum in Fort Lauderdale. Have you heard me mention FAT Village Arts District recently? There are some interesting things brewing in the warehouses and storefronts just west of N. Andrews Avenue and north of Broward Blvd. A group of individuals committed to furthering the art scene are working together to

23 02, 2010

Where did this event come from…and what is FAT Village? Imaginarium.

By | February 23rd, 2010|Mastermind Group|0 Comments

On February 20th, through a chance encounter...I happened to experience the recent installation, Imaginaruim in the FAT Arts Village District. Did you attend? Were Broward County locals aware that a couple of exceptional Wynwood Curators took over a warehouse in one of our neighborhood spaces? They transformed a huge raw space into a sensory experience complete

22 02, 2010

A night of Fashion, Photography and Music!

By | February 22nd, 2010|Mastermind Group|0 Comments

Title: A night of Fashion, Photography and Music! Location: Kevro\'s Art Bar 166 SE 2nd Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33444 Link out: Click here Description: On Saturday March 6th from 8:00 to midnight; SFAA is hosting our first art/fashion/music themed event...and we hope you will mark your calendar and plan to attend. The event will

2 08, 2009

Steven Sylvester

By | August 2nd, 2009|Featured Artists|0 Comments

One of the most pleasurable aspects of founding the SFAA has been the direct contact I have with so many talented local artists. As some of you know, my modest but quickly growing visual art collection is entirely comprised of South Florida artists.

2 08, 2009

Creative Pulse

By | August 2nd, 2009|Meetup|0 Comments

There is something exciting happening in South Florida, we've dubbed it "Creative Pulse". The momentum is growing and members of local creative industries are not allowing a depressed economy to get them down. Instead; artists, musicians, writers and filmakers are banding together to collaborate and brainstorm about how to stengthen our local industry. On June