Wearable Art 15 Takes Flight at DFAC

Photo credit: Mikell Herrick
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Model Donna Sharpe graces the runway as a fluttering butterfly during
Wearable Art 15 held Aug. 24 at the Dunedin Fine Art Center. The event
featured a variety of whimsical wearable designs by many talented fashion
designers.

This elegant design was the work of Siobhan Nehin of the “Garden Fairies,”
a group of creatives from the Tampa Bay area. At this year’s show, the group
focused on calling attention to the catastrophic decline of butterfly and bee
populations.

Their message? Help the collapsing populations by avoiding the use of synthetic
pesticides and by planting more pollinating plants.

See more of the Garden Fairies inspirational designs at their Bay2Bay Wearable
Art exhibit, Oct. 12- 20, at the Creative Pinellas Gallery, 12211 Walsingham Rd.
in Largo. Visit the Garden Fairies Wearable Art Creations Facebook page for
more information.

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