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The Joe Center for the Arts like to provide opportunities for students as they move toward their future artistic goals by providing an opportunity to display their artwork via a virtual gallery setting. We also seek to engage youth and teens in the arts by working with local community art educators to highlight students creative work throughout the school year. 


2022 Port St. Joe High School Senior


How did you get interested in art?

I was always interested in art as a child, but my biggest inspiration was my older sister, Ashley. I admired her throughout college, where she studied illustration, and she encouraged me to continue improving. With her help I learned new techniques, new mediums, and was excited to grow as an artist.

Is this a hobby or a career goal? If it is a career goal, what are your future plans?

I plan to pursue art as a career in the future. After studying fine art in college, I hope to find a career as a freelance illustrator, creative director, storyboard artist, or an entrepreneur. 

What word of advice or encouragement would you give a fellow artist?

Don’t be afraid to try new things. Personally, I would try something different once, would not succeed, then get discouraged and give up. Getting good at something takes time and practice, so continue to work and improve. Practice makes improvement!

Who’s your favorite artist and why? 

Gustav Klimt is one of my favorite artists of all time. I love his use of patterns and colors, like his signature gold paint. I mostly create portraits of women, and his portraits of beautiful women are a huge inspiration to me.

Image 1: “Kintsugi Self Portrait” Oil Paint  Image 2: Seafood Image 3: Rocker Girl Digital Image Image 4: “Day at Plein Air” Watercolor Image 5: “Smells of Comfort” yarn 

All art images on this site are the copyright of The Joe Center for the Arts, 201 Reid Avenue, Port St. Joe, FL 32456.

The Joe Center for the Arts is a Florida non-profit organization.

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