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Learn about St. Augustine's amazing history at these hidden gems that feature art, architecture, and fun facts about the Nation’s Oldest City. Here’s our list of favorite places to visit outside:
With 450 years of history under its belt, St. Augustine has dozens of boutique and interactive museums.
St. Augustine has long attracted and inspired artists for its historic, coastal and architectural beauty. We spoke with three artists participating in the 2018 Plein Air Paint Out, to learn their methods and inspiration in the nation’s oldest city.
Floyd Philips is president of the Lincolnville Museum in St. Augustine, Florida. Formerly a Miami resident in the insurance industry, Floyd relocated to St. Augustine because of its history, and wanted to be a part of preserving it.
Since its founding, St. Augustine has been a haven for artists and art lovers alike. The cities’ natural beauty, history and exquisite Spanish architecture have made it a must-see cultural tourism destination. Today, St. Augustine is host to a diverse and ever-growing collection of art galleries which embody the spirit of the city.
Thomas established his own studio/hotshop in 2001 in St. Augustine, Florida and has been blowing glass for more than 28 years. Thomas’s stunning and colorful glass sculptures have been featured in Architectural Digest, Florida Design, Florida Architecture, and Coastal living Magazine. Take an inside look into the history, process and inspiration of his work.
St. Augustine-based artist, Worley Faver, has been creating inspirational pottery for over 20 years. Also known as The Ancient Potter, his passion for art began in childhood and has evolved into stunning works of art.
Barbara Vickers is a pillar of the African American community and an integral force in the Civil Rights movement of the 60s. At age 93, she is still a voice for social justice today.