City Galleries

City Galleries Application

Artists who are interested in having their work displayed in a City Gallery should fill out the application (PDF).
Rosa Burgman Mixed Media Photography web

Currently on Exhibit at the Library

East Meets West

Artist: Koki Sugita
Artist: Keisuke Teshima
Artist: Betsy Arizu
Artist: Heather Rippert
Artist: Noriko Kuehn
Artist: Yasushi Taniguchi
Artist: Linda Renc
Artist: Margie Maddock
Artist: Mina Navabzadeh
Artist: Michele Kuehn
Artist: Holly Kirkland
Artist: Valerie Austin

Marilyn Wickstrom Painting of Landscape

Currently on Exhibit at City Hall


Marilyn R. Wickstrom

Marilyn R. Wickstrom is a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan with a degree in Art Education. She also attended Olivet College in Olivet, Michigan and the University of South Florida in Tampa. Recently retired from over 27 years of teaching gifted education, she has found time to pursue her artistic talents. Her love of the impressionistic period is reflected in the effects of light in her landscape oil paintings. She is a member of the Dunedin Fine Art Center and the Sterling Society and has taught oil painting and the art of bread dough throughout the country for over 30 years. She is a published author and has had articles published in the St. Petersburg Times and The Christian Science Monitor. Married for over 50 years to her husband, Dave, they are both active board members of the Safety Harbor Kiwanis club and mentor and tutor at nearby schools. They have two sons and two grandchildren and are active in their local church.

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Currently on Exhibit at the Museum

Decades of Games
A collection of games, vintage to now!

Tom Pettit
Vintage Soda Brandology Exhibit

My Passion
As a young teenager during those hot Florida summers in the 1980s, I can always remember gathering up glass soda bottles around the house only to be able to exchange them back to the store for that 10 cent deposit and to be able to purchase another ice cold bottle of soda. Well the times have changed and those glass soda bottles are now only a memory. More a baseball card collector as a kid, I only started in the past decade collecting
vintage soda bottles. My main message with my collection is to share both my knowledge and research on the forgotten sodas of the past.

I moved to Dunedin in the mid 1980s from Illinois and have been a resident of Safety Harbor now for over 20 years. My wife Lori and I have two children.

- Current collection contains nearly 2000 soda artifacts.
- Curator and Blogger of the website: “Remembering the colorful Past of the Soda Industry”
- Spring-Summer 2019: Collection on display at the Dunedin Historical Museum
- August 2019: Presented Vintage Soda Brandology Project at the Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors 50th Annual National Convention in Augusta, Ga
- Fall 2019: Collection on display at the Safety Harbor Museum and Cultural Center

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.