Formally opened in 1980, the Jenkins Gallery mission is to exhibit the work of noted and established Florida artists, as well as to introduce national and international artists to the Central Florida region. Each of the four to six annual exhibitions are professionally curated by a member of the Crealdé Gallery Committee or a guest curator.
January 17 to March 29
Jenkins Gallery–Grady Kimsey: The Mind’s Eye.
The Mind’s Eye is a one-person exhibition of paintings and sculptures which celebrates the work of one of Central Florida’s most accomplished artists and art educators. Grady Kimsey retired in 1989 after a 25 year career as a professor of art at Seminole Community College, where he inspired thousands of students. His national exhibition record spans nearly six decades with work in many major private as well as public collections and museums. Curated by Henry Sinn, Director of Painting & Drawing.
Please see Past & Current Exhibitions for exhibitions from previous years.