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Opening reception set at Arts for ACT Gallery on June 1
May 16, 2018

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Join Arts for ACT Gallery, at 2265 First Street in downtown Fort Myers on from 6-10 p.m. Friday, June 1, for the opening reception and Meet the Artists for June Fort Myers Art Walk. This month, ACT Gallery will feature Rey Lorenzo in the main gallery showing mermaids and other original works and off the main gallery in the white gallery, Joe LeMay. Also showing, New Works from our Co-op Artists!

* Main Gallery Rey Lorenzo

For over 35 years, Rey Lorenzo worked professionally as an artist. He works on residential and commercial art projects pertaining to original art and murals. Painting in acrylic paints with vibrant colors, and textured surfaces, Rey has a line of artistically hand-painted furniture and an acrylic painted and polymeric clay textured canvas line. He loves the ability to create new and creative artwork that helps enhance the environments fir his clients. Rey Lozano Art is comprised of a vibrancy of colors and textures along with the use of a multitude of jewels, rhinestones, clay, glass & tile pieces to create and to help add dimension to his canvases. Come see what Rey has created for ACT Gallery.

Visit his website at: www.reylozanoart.com

In the White Gallery Joe LeMay

Born and raised in the Midwest, Joe LeMay made the move down to Southwest Florida in 1998. In 2004, he went to study art in Savannah, Georgia where he graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a degree in Illustration.

After getting his B.F.A., he returned to Fort Myers and began working in freelance illustration. His freelance work has included children's book illustration, logo design, poster design and comic strip illustration. Soon after arriving back in Southwest Florida, he began working at a gallery in downtown Fort Myers.Being involved hands-on in the gallery scene inspired him to move in a different direction and he began creating artwork targeted at galleries and exhibitions rather than web pages and magazines.

Although his gallery work draws upon his background in illustration, it branches out into several different styles and techniques, a luxury not often afforded the freelance illustrator. It is this freedom that continues to inspire him to experiment and enjoy the process of making art. He is currently living and working out of Cape Coral.

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