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“Ripe” and “Spring Mango Blossom” art at Mango Festival

Here are a few fabulous artworks that will also be on display during this coming weekend’s

Mango Art Exhibition at the 16th Annual Mango Festival at

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, Miami.

Mango, a watercolor painting by Terry Mulrooney 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Ripe” and “MANGO”

by award winning watercolorist, Terry Arroyo Mulrooney 

To see larger images click on RIPE and MANGO.

Spring Mango Blossom, an original oil painting by Marcelle Zanetti

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Spring Mango Blossom” click title for larger view

oil painting by Marcelle Zanetti
“Large-scale, realistically inspired, distillations of tropical landscapes” 

In addition to Mulrooney and Zanetti, Sylvia Bota, Debra Cortese, Julio J. Figueroa, Pauline Goldsmith, Bobbi Headder, Leonardo Hernandez, Kit Kimball, Lynda Lynch LaRocca, Robin Lawrie, Elsa Nadal, Nettie Belle Robinson, Barbara A. Tejada, Beth Werner and Jedda Wong are sharing their Mango Art in as many styles and interpretations of this fabulous fruit as you can imagine… something for every taste and budget.

The Mango Art Show will be in the Gallery at Fairchild on Saturday and Sunday, July 12 and 13. Hours are from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm each day.

SAVE $20 ON FRAMING FOR YOUR NEW MANGO ART AT FRAMES USA. 

 

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Summertime and the Mangos are…

Mango Shrek, a Nature\'s Energy photopainting by Debra Cortese

Ready! Mango Art Exhibition with 15 Artists opens Saturday, July 12th at the 16th Annual Mango Festival at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, Florida. This years festival features the Mangos of Africa and if it’s anything like years past… about a hundred other varieties as well.

Mango cocktails, salsas, marinades, sauces, salads… anything you can imagine. Mango Mania prevails. Tasters line up at least an hour before the gates open at 9:30 am. There’s a Mango Costume Ball, Mango Brunch, Auction, tree sales, and yes… this is an art column… a Mango Art Exhibition and Sale. 15 Artists: Sylvia Bota, Debra Cortese, Julio J. Figueroa, Pauline Goldsmith, Bobbi Headder, Leonardo Hernandez, Kit Kimball, Lynda Lynch LaRocca, Robin Lawrie, Elsa Nadal, Terry Mulrooney,
Nettie Belle Robinson, Barbara A. Tejada, Beth Werner and Jedda Wong are sharing their Mango Art in as many styles and interpretations of this fabulous fruit as you can imagine… something for every taste and budget.

I’ll be showing “Mango in Bird Bath”, “Blue Bath” and “Almost Mango Salsa” which should appear in this blog. If you can’t make it to the show, but would like a Nature’s Energy Mango Artwork of your own, visit my Mango page and choose your favorites from 10 new mango artworks. If you are in Miami and would like to purchase any of my art, either online or in person, you’ll want to read my SUMMER NEWSLETTER and print out a copy of the FRAMING offer…Saves you $30. on framing!

Happy 4th of July… get out there and enjoy nature!
Great snorkeling weather here in South Florida 🙂
Mango Blue Plate by Debra Cortese
Mango in Bird Bath by Debra Cortese

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Zingy Mango Salsa Recipe

Mango Salsa on the Patio - a nature\'s energy photopainting by Debra Cortese
More Mango talk… guess I get a bit carried away on some projects, but am still enjoying this one and it has already taken on a life of its own. Pauline Goldsmith, a fabulous botanical artist, friend and fellow Fairchild Garden volunteer has curated a Mango Art Exhibition for this year’s annual Mango Festival at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. I’ll have 3 of the Making Mango Salsa series artworks on display in this show and this week plan to have all of them available for purchase online. Will let you know when they’re ready! In the meantime, you can see most of the series on my New Work page. Sign up for my occassional newsletter and special offers and you will instantly get a copy of my Zingy Mango Salsa Recipe – the same one that’s the culmination of the Making Mango Salsa series.

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