Shannon Holland and Sam Frazer Featured Artists @ ACT Gallery


 Join Arts for ACT Gallery, located at 2265 First Street in downtown Fort Myers on Friday, June 7, 2019 from 6 to 10 pm for the opening reception and Meet the Artists for June's Fort Myers Art Walk.  This month, ACT Gallery will feature Shannon Holland in the main gallery and artist, Sam Frazer in the White Gallery.   Also showing, New Works from our Co-op Artists!  

Main Gallery – Shannon Holland

Shannon Holland is an emerging artist in her field of study contemporary expressive representational art.  An avid philanthropist using art for social awareness, and self-expression.  Her style amplifies both the beauty of the work itself and the message represented.  Themes of transparency, women’s rights, sexuality, and social and political issues that affect a number of individuals in society are brought to light through her work.  She interacts with a multitude of degrees of life, drawing inspiration from all.  Portraying struggles through her art in an attempt to change anxiety, and fear into something not only beautiful, but also thought provoking.

In the White Gallery –  Sam Frazer

Sam Frazer age 86 was born in Brooklyn, NY and attended the High School of Industrial Art in Manhattan. He began his career as an art teacher before becoming a first grade teacher for 38 years on Long Island. Sam first exhibited his oil paintings in Queens College in 1977 -- then was forced into a decade’s long hiatus while he was a caregiver for his ailing wife. He has now revisited his lifelong passion via drawings, paintings and cartoons. It has also been a mission of his to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive via his art. 

"Invoking one's soul onto the canvas always presents a formidable challenge to me." ` Sam Frazer

Support this agency and preview or buy the art from our local artists, who give a percentage of proceeds to ACT Shelters.  You too can make a difference…Support ACT!
  ACT Gallery is also featuring new works by over 25 co-op artists. 
 These exhibits continue until Monday, July 1, 2019.