|Jarmolski's Palm Trees in the Sun|
|Jarmolinski's Adam and Eve|
The gallery has several different rooms and the work is, as advertised, "evocative and eclectic." The artist whose work drew me into the gallery was Christine Jarmolinksi. I love her use of bright colors and her Palm Trees in the Sun was my favorite piece (enough already with the Tommy Bahama look!) She opened her own gallery just down the street from Arts for ACT, which I also visited, and to say that her style is evolving is an understatement. Some of her work is a clear take-off on Andy Warhol, especially his Marilyn and soup series. Others are more abstract in nature, while still others are in a figurative style. I liked her current work the most of the various genres.
|Friedus' Midnight Sky|
The gallery also has some vintage clothing (the Sarah Leone '50s purses were my favorite), jewelry and a few other odds and ends. All price points can be found, so the next time you're in the Fort Myers area, check it out! Buying a piece of art work or bracelet at the gallery is truly a win-win proposition--who could ask for anything more????