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First Friday Gallery Stroll MSVB Guest Artist: Shannon P. Wiley Art; Marine & Nature
May 5 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Main Street Vero Beach’s Guest Artist of the month for May is Shannon P. Wiley who is currently the art teacher at Oslo Middle School. His show will run from May 5th to May 30th. The Opening Reception will be during The First Friday Gallery Stroll on May 5th from 5-8 pm at The Main Street Vero Beach Studios & Gallery.
Shannon Paul P. Wiley was born in Hialeah, FL. He is an artist and graphic designer with over three decades of experience providing clients with professional art and design services and unique products. His portfolio includes paintings, etchings, sculpture, and large scale murals that can be found throughout the United States and the Eastern Caribbean. He is proud to have provided artwork for projects at Disney, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Radisson Resorts, CocoKey Waterparks, HHGregg Department Stores, TGIFriday’s Restaurants, among many others. He has been an invited instructor for both Florida State University and The Visionary School of Art. He is always eager to collaborate with other artists on even the wildest projects and prides himself on “always growing” in his love for, and his skills in Art.
Main Street Vero Beach is located at 2036 14th Avenue in the historic downtown arts district and has Resident Artists including Clair Brunetti with her custom jewelry; Lorrie Goss with her creative pottery fountains and Barbara Sharp from Sharp Art Design. Main Street Vero Beach can be reached at 772-643-6782 or at the new website created by Vero Marketing’s Stacy Cook at www.mainstreetverobeach.org. Be sure to LIKE us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Main Street Vero Beach (MSVB) works to revitalize, preserve and create a vibrant, historic downtown community in which to live, work, shop and play. Main Street Vero Beach (MSVB) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Florida Main Street program, part of the State Division of Historical Resources and is a member of The National Main Street Center a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Across the nation, Main Street’s 4-point approach of Organization, Promotion, Design, and Economic Restructuring has transformed the way communities revitalize, promote and manage their historic downtown’s and neighborhood commercial districts. Main Streets everywhere thrive again living on as places of shared memory where people still come together to live, work, and play.