Anticipating the launch of DFAC’s new Food Arts educational program this winter, DFAC’s fall exhibits showcase an ensemble of exceptional artists from near and far on the concept of …. wait for it… FOOD!

The interpretations are wide and the selections tantalizing. It’s sure to be a feast for the eyes and mind.

Entel Family Gallery

September 07 – December 23, 2018
Insatiable – Contemporary interpretations of hunger, desire and longing from Elizabeth Barenis, Renee Rey, Kay Ritter and Quentin Walter.

Douglas-Whitley Gallery
September 07 – December 23, 2018
Banquet – Invitational exhibition of fine craft, jewelry and decorative arts intended as a feast for your eyes.

Gamble Family Gallery

September 07 – December 23, 2018
Botanamoeba: Ann Byal Feldshue + Candace Knapp – Dynamic exhibition of two ever-evolving artists whose paintings and sculptures possess a supernatural affinity

Syd Entel Founders Hall

September 07 – October 15, 2018
Gainor Roberts: Genesis Series – Forty intimate and inspired egg tempera paintings of the inner life of fruit by a classically trained artist in the realist tradition.



Meta B. Brown + John & Pat Rossi Galleries

September 07 – October 15, 2018
You Are What You Eat – All media juried exhibition from our creative community of artists and the food they love, hate, grow, throw and / or . . .

Kokolakis Family Youth Gallery
September 08 – October 12, 2018
Works from DFAC’s award-winning Summer ART Academy fill the gallery for ,  Fantabulous Foods.  The work of these young artists will amaze you!

Saturday September 8th marks the opening of the 20th annual children’s hands-on exhibit, also named Fantabulous Foods.  This interactive hands on experience for 4.5 to 12 year olds provides an environment where you can explore the ART of FOOD. This exhibit runs though August 4, 2019 in the David L. Mason (DLM) Children’s ART Museum at DFAC.

There are TWO DAYS (well an evening and a day!) of celebration to kick of DFAC’s 2018-19 season. Five of the exhibits open the evening of Friday, September 7th. The evening starts with an Artists Talk from 6-7 pm and is followed by a reception from 7-9 pm.

Saturday, September 8th is all about the kids, featuring CAR PAINTING, FREE Hot Dogs, LIVE music and LOTS of Hands-on fun in the DLM Children’s ART Museum from 10 am through 2 pm.


Galleries & Gallery Shop Hours:

Mon. – Fri. 10am-5pm –– Sat. 10am-2pm – Sun. 1-4pm

Gallery Admission FREE
DLM Children’s ART Museum – $5, Seniors $4, Members & Children 2 & Under – FREE

All at the:
Dunedin Fine Art Center
1143 Michigan Blvd.
Dunedin, FL 34698