2020 Art Vision

January 24th – February 29th, 2020

2020 Art Vision is group exhibition brought to you on behalf of ArtsUnited Inc and hosted by Arts Warehouse. A call to art was put out with the theme encompassing all mediums and art forms as long as it was created in the 2019.

Best in Show: “I Have Something To Say”. Diane Lublinski

Second Place: “Prince Matthew”. Daniel Roemmelt

Third Place: “MIA Cargo, NW 26th Ave”. Robert Maraziti

Fan Favorite:Rise Above”. Eileen Shalom

Judge’s Recognition

“Puppet”. Chuck Prescott

“Cookie Jars”. Thomas Rebek

“Small Bowl”. Joyce Sarachan

Exhibiting Artists

Zoe Alexa
Suzanne Barton
Lori Brown
Megan Castellon
Joel Chalen
Sami Davidson
Diane Delorey
Sharron Demarest
Michelle Drummond
Pia Dugger
Katelyn Fay
Ken Harrison

Laurel Hecht
Karen Hudgin
Diane Karmiol
Deborah Kozak
Manuel Leon
Greg Lindeblom
Kathy Linden
Brad Smith
Peter Meyerhoefer
Tesla Mir
Marcia Nacht
Rob Saunders

Toby Gotesman Schneier
Francisco Sheuat
Ken Slossberg DVM
Candace Stella
Trish Stypka
Jean-Luc Thebaud
Anthony Timiraos
Ed Tucker
Rosaria Vigorito
Richard Viola
Robin White


About ArtsUnited

ArtsUnited, Inc. is a nonprofit arts organization founded in 1999 in response to a growing need of local Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) artists for an interactive and supportive working environment. Our organization focuses on showcasing the art of the LGBTQ community in all genres of the arts, including visual art, music, theatre, film and fashion. We implement our mission by producing programs and events that present our member artists and promote the development of culturally diverse arts. We collaborate with other organizations in South Florida to maximize the cultural offerings for our members and patrons.

Over our almost 20 year history, we have become one of the most renown LGBTQ arts organizations in Florida. We are proud to continue providing quality cultural programming. Our mission is to embrace the arts – visual and performing, to present a positive message about the LGBTQ community and provide opportunities for artist to contribute fully and openly to the cultural, social and economic success of South Florida.