Orlando Art Events and Exhibitions
Find current and upcoming Orlando art events and exhibitions at The Art Gallery at Mills Park. Discover all art events happening around Central Florida. Use our filters to find the event you are looking for. Browse a curated selection of events including gallery openings, upcoming auctions, events exhibitions, and more.
The Jeff Whipple Opening Exhibit At Mills Gallery
February 10 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Don’t miss the opening exhibit of artist Jeff Whipple at Mills Gallery Orlando on Friday, February 10, 2023, from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Mills Gallery in Orlando, Florida will be hosting an opening exhibit for the works of acclaimed artist Jeff Whipple. Over the course of his four plus decade career, Jeff Whipple has created vastly acclaimed works of art that are highly creative and one of a kind; making his work immediately recognizable. His hallmark style includes groupings of three short lines that have separated his art from any other works since the early 1980s.
Jeff Whipple has had over 80 solo exhibitions in galleries, colleges, and museums including the Tampa Museum of Art, the Gulf Coast Museum of Art, the Museum of Art, DeLand, and the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Jeff’s art has been in oodles of group exhibitions across the country and has received over 50 top awards in various competitions and is currently on display at Mills Gallery in Orlando, Florida.
About the Art by Jeff Whipple
“I use images and words to engage viewers in imaginative contemplation about the weirdness and beauty of our brief appearance in the infinity of time. Since 1980 when I began my professional career, I’ve created 1000s of thought-provoking experiences for viewers using video, sculpture, painting, installation, performance, writing, and theater.”
“My work is meant to be thought-provoking and it requests viewer engagement. The imagery or writing is meant to direct the interpretation to a theme but the specifics are left open. Each viewer will use their own life experiences to create their own ideas about what my artwork means or says and that will likely change on the next encounter. In that regard, the viewer becomes a creator when they engage with my artwork.”