Who We Are is a mixed media collaboration of the various individuals with disabilities within the Easter Seals Southwest Florida Adult Enrichment Program, intended to showcase each unique individual and the collective harmony that they all form together. Through various artistic mediums, techniques, and visual elements, you are invited to see each persons’ unique expression of their inner self; who they truly are beyond the assumptions others often draw from what they choose to see.
Who We Are showcases not only our Easter Seals Adult community collectively but highlights the range of abilities talents of some of our uniquely and beautifully talented artists. Within our artist highlight section, take a closer look at the range of work crafted by some of our most passionate and dedicated artists who have discovered the power they have to extend their voice and abilities through their art.
Their own perseverance and optimism paired with the support of others has enabled them to continuously reach for every opportunity to show the world who they are. To understand who our clients truly are is to see beyond their disabilities and see their vast abilities, gifts and talents.
To learn more about Easterseals, check out their website easterseals-swfl.org
The Ringling Community Gallery is always free and open to the public. The public exhibition space is located on the ground floor of the museum’s Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Center for Asian Art. Those wishing to visit the exhibition should ask for a Community Gallery wristband at the Visitors Pavilion upon arrival at The Ringling.
The Community Gallery is generously funded by The Community Foundation of Sarasota County.