Grace Korley (she/her) is an Orlando based fiber artist. Grace has experimented with forms of textile art including knitting, embroidery, and quilting for over 10 years. She began weaving wall tapestries within the last year. Currently completing a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Grace enjoys weaving as a means of creative expression. She is inspired to combine interesting textural combinations and pairings of fibers to create unique pieces of art. With her pieces, she draws upon the visual and tactile senses. Grace is passionate about social justice activism, using art to draw attention to pertinent social and civil rights issues.
Jade Griffin is a self-taught artist who is originally from and is currently based in Fort Myers Florida. Jade’s artwork is a reflection of the inner conflicts and struggles she faces every day as a female who is black, masculine-presenting, and in the LGBT community. She expresses her feelings, ideas, and thoughts about gender stereotypes, gender fluidity, expression, and acceptance of oneself.
Twitter – jayy_jjay
Todd Belmont Lattuga is an artist from Sarasota, FL. He studied sculpture at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, GA. Todd has an interest in interactive design and installations. He likes to create work that explores how humans connect with themselves and the world.
Nonbinary artist and photographer based in Sarasota, Fl. They grew up letting their imagination flow as much as possible. As a child, they were very passionate about drawing, finding photography their sophomore year of high school.
Born and raised in Sarasotan, Emerging Local Artist and Active member of SarasotaOut.com – Hector has seen this City grow and change, being exposed to Sarasota’s Arts and Culture scene at a young age has truly inspired him to be the bold creator he is today – “Constantly Inspired” is something Hector says often, Having lived in many parts of the United States and most recently in the Hawaiian Islands. He states that living there is where he truly found his artistic drive.