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Wicked Floromancy opens July 3 and showcases Pam Trent, Katie Vance and Catie Sibbald

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The Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center welcomes a trio of super talented artists, Pam Trent, Katie Vance and Catie Sibbald, as they present “Wicked Floromancy.”
The show opens upstairs in the Capital Gallery on Friday, July 3 from 6 to 10 p.m. Enjoy an opening night reception with artist meet and greet, cocktails and inspiring art.
Wicked Floromancy is the culmination of Floromancy Designs, Ath-Lion and Wicked Apple Art, blending fashion and design with nature. Culturally we’ve begun to realign ourselves with a more natural mindset, one in reverence for the Earth and its ecosystems which delicately balance life.
The show theme suggests another worldly alternative to the people we’ve become and the people we could be, seamlessly bound to Earth. The featured pieces are a collaboration that represents that regalia to our inherent power and the beauty of flora, as mystical and mighty creations of nature.
This exhibition is a unique collaboration between a body painter, hairstylist and horticulturist. Katie Vance is a SW Florida native and third generation horticulturist. A gardener by profession and a collector of rare plants, the divine expression of nature is her primary fascination and the inspiration behind Floromancy Designs. Since 2015, Katie has used her expanding knowledge and experience to create bold, whimsical, and often abstract representations of Nature in the form of lush, three-dimensional fashion statements in her head dress designs. Pam Trent is a body painter and the creator of Wicked Apple Art, while Catie Sibbald spends most of her days as a creative hair artist at Ath-Lion Boutique in Fort Myers.
The exhibit will run close at 3 p.m. on July 30. Summer gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center is located at 2301 First St. in the historic downtown Fort Myers River District.
For more information, call the center at 239-333-1933 or visit online at www.sbdac.com.

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