Last Chance: See Stunning Seminole Art

Two authentic exhibits end their long run at the Collier County Museum on June 30.

BY June 2, 2014

The Collier County Museum provides a refreshing alternative to perfect watercolors and modernistic designs, with two collections unique in both medium and inspiration on exhibit through the end of the month. Seminole Artists Brian and Pedro Zepeda: Rooted in Tradition reveals authentic bandolier bags made of beaded wool, wood carvings, sculpture, illustrations and leatherworks by the two brothers, and reflecting the Seminole culture through bold oil paintings and original giclées is Guy LaBree: The Barefoot Artist. LaBree’s works are of such historic richness that they have graced the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian.

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