JAXPORT & The Arts - Exhibiting Artists
Roseann Egidio, a native of New Jersey, is a seasoned watercolor artist. A member of the Jacksonville Watercolor Society, she has won a number of awards -- including the Jacksonville Community Foundation Grant for Individual Artists. She was also senior Artist in Residence for the Arts in Medicine Program at Jacksonville’s Shands Hospital.
Her work has been exhibited the Cummer Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Jacksonville, FL.
Roseann currently teaches art at Keystone Academy, a special needs school. She is also a watercolor instructor through community education at Fletcher High School and in other locations around north Florida. Roseann accepts commissions for paintings and murals.
Visit Roseann Egidio Watercolors on Facebook for more information.
For additional information and/or images, please contact Meredith Fordham Hughes by email or by phone at (904) 357-3052.
About JAXPORT Gallery
Located on the first floor of JAXPORT Headquarters, the Gallery features local artists rotating on a bi-monthly basis. JAXPORT Gallery is open during normal JAXPORT Headquarters hours and admission is free. Learn more about JAXPORT and the Arts.
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