City Galleries

City Galleries Application

Artists who are interested in having their work displayed in a City Gallery should fill out the application (PDF).
Black History Month Art and Wall Carvings
Information Board with important historical dates for Black History Month
Beautiful quilt by Quilting Sisters of Color hanging in City Hall
Art and information of Richmond Marks Jr.
Painting of flowers and roses on orange background

Currently on Exhibit at the Museum

Black History Month Celebration
During the months of January and February, tour the Museum while celebrating Black History Month. From March 1st through March 20th, celebrate National Women's History Month, featuring Colleen Baxter's art. Youth Art Month starts March 21st and runs through April. Museum hours are Thursday-Sunday from 11am-4pm.

Currently on Exhibit at City Hall

Black History Month Celebration/
Quilting Sisters of Color/
Richmond Marks Jr.

City Hall is currently celebrating Black History Month. Visit Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm to see important historical dates and information, gorgeous quilts by Diane Stevens and Merrian Burney, and beautiful artwork by Richmond Marks Jr., born to the parents of Ethel Sims-Faison and Richmond Marks Sr. Having grown up in both the country and city he found his niche in art and wedged his way in. His earliest art experiences can be traced back to his childhood, just drawing for fun. Throughout his life, Richmond has always been fascinated by images and how to draw the things he had seen. Richmond graduated from Dunedin High with the class of 1998. His interests in art were cultivated more while incarcerated for 21 years. Even during his lowest point, he stayed focused on many forms of art, from acrylic paints, polio pastels, colored pencils, scratch board, graffiti, air brushing, and tattooing. His work attests to his admiration for all types of art techniques and his gift speaks to the vibrancy of his community.

Currently on Exhibit at the Library

Brittney Crawford
Hello, my name is Brittney. I grew up here in Safety Harbor and have developed a growing love for this city. I am still a resident here in Safety Harbor and spend my time reading novels, bathing in the sun, enjoying local parks and creating art. I have been painting and drawing ever since I can remember. Art was very therapeutic for me growing up. At this time in my life, it means a lot to me to be able to do the things that bring me joy. I create based on my intuition and how I may be feeling. The current pieces displayed are from different periods of time in my life within the last couple of years.

Display Suggestions

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More Information

For more information about the City Galleries, email Christine McWilliams or call 727-724-1562 ext. 1504.