#SMF | Members

All Hail, DFAC’s outstanding member artists who share a single artwork celebrating their creative endeavors.
  • Gallery: Gamble Family Gallery



Thomas Anderson III


Thomas Anderson III



Leslie Jeffery


All Hail, DFAC’s outstanding student, member + faculty artists who share a single artwork celebrating their creative endeavors of this past year in our most-beloved exhibits of the season! Student + Member Artists exhibit one work of art in any medium competing for cash prizes selected by a guest juror while DFAC’s honored faculty display works in an adjacent gallery.


Sandy Schwartz



Stephen Schatz



Kristen Santucci



Isabel Kaiser


Congratulations to this year’s award-winners and a special thanks to this year’s judge, Amanda Poss.


Best of Show: Thomas Anderson III, Exit Wound, stone   

First Place: Kristen Santucci, Ambivalent, oil

Second Place: Jan Richardson, Ancient Intergalactic Warrior Vessel, soda-fired stoneware, wire

Third Place: Kimberly Engel, Landfall, acrylic and crayon



Christina Bertsos, Night, black marble

Ellen Jean Cole, Indigenous Warrior Maiden with Stone Shield, fine silver clay

Anne Emslie, Where’s the Rake?, fiber

Susan Fritz, Late Night Blues, watercolor

James M. Harper, Cholla Birkin, clay, stoneware, ceramic

Julian Hartzog, Movin’ On, oil

Leslie Jeffery, Overseas New York, acrylic

P.A. Kushner, The Hug, ceramic


exhibition sponsors: Nancy & David Bilheimer Syd & Irwin Entel Ellen Blakely Stephen Littlefield & Kathy Risley Michael and Amanda Bowman Chip & Gail Gamble Karen and James Lehrburger London L. Bates Alan and Ann Feldshue Deane Horne Dick and Sandy Kennedy John & Sara Kessinger P.D.R. C.P.A.S + Advisors Donna & Shannon Smith James Harrison Smith & Elisabeth Smith Florida Department of State - Division of Cultural Affairs City of Dunedin Holiday Inn Express - Dunedin Media Sponsors: Creative Loafing - Tampa Bay Magazine - WUSF Radio This exhibition and related programs at the Dunedin Fine Art Center are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Dunedin.



Thomas Anderson III, #SMF | Member Best of Show