Color Your Own Florida Landscape!

Adults are buying more coloring books than ever these days, and they are not for sons or daughters or nieces and nephews. They are buying them for themselves. We wanted to join in on the coloring fun! Enter E.G. Barnhill, a photographer living in St. Petersburg in the early 1900s, who hand-tinted black and white photographs … Continue reading Color Your Own Florida Landscape!

Q&A with Mac Stone, author of EVERGLADES: AMERICA’S WETLAND

Last month, we released award-winning photographer Mac Stone's Everglades: America's Wetland. Over the past few weeks, Stone has been traveling all over Florida speaking about his work in the Everglades and revealing behind-the-scenes footage of what it's like to photograph America's largest subtropical wilderness. Stone recently placed as a finalist in BBC's Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and … Continue reading Q&A with Mac Stone, author of EVERGLADES: AMERICA’S WETLAND

Africa in Florida

Africa in Florida: Five Hundred Years of African Presence in the Sunshine State Edited by Amanda B. Carlson and Robin Poynor We're excited to showcase this beautiful new book! Full of vibrant artwork, poems, photographs, maps, and descriptions of music and dance, Africa in Florida looks at the countless ways immigrants from Africa have impacted Florida’s … Continue reading Africa in Florida