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04/11/2014

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Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota and Sarasota Bay Watch are presenting an art exhibit, Gulf Coast Heritage: At the Intersection of Art and History, which opened on April 8 in the historic Selby House at Selby Gardens, the organizations have announced. This exhibit showcases "early life impressions of Florida's Gulf Coast by three longtime local artists, William Hartman (19061989), Larry Stults (18991996) and Wilfred Berg (1908 2002)," a news release explains. "Hartman was a true Sarasota native," it adds. Stults lived on Cabbage Key for 25 years, followed by a move to Sarasota, and Berg wintered in Sarasota for many years, the release notes. The artwork will be on display in the Selby House from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily through June 8, the release says. All of the paintings are on loan from private collections. Works by Wilfred Berg are included in the Gulf Coast Heritage exhibit at Selby Gardens. Contributed image GULF COAST HERITAGE EXHIBIT PRESENTED AT SELBY GARDENS A&E BRIEFS

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