Osceola Showcases 209 Works of Art for NAP Exhibit

Osceola Arts has been hosting a National Arts Program Exhibit for Fourteen years now and has always reached a large audience. Hanging over 200 pieces of art in their beautiful galleries was quite a feat this year but Marilyn Cortes-Lovato and the staff of Osceola Arts are seasoned professionals and they did it brilliantly! The artists invited include active and retired employees and volunteers of Osceola County School District or Osceola Arts and their family members as well as current students of Osceola Arts. Marilyn stated that many artists return year after year allowing everyone a chance to see their artwork develop and both new and returning artists in every category love to see their artwork exhibited professionally in their galleries. Marilyn feels the National Arts Program exhibit is a wonderful opportunity to encourage creativity in their community! We can’t thank her enough for executing another beautiful showcase that was enjoyed by all.


Art Education Award Winner Teen, Cody Igo, photographed next to his work entitled 'The Sailors Guild'.