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The WUFT 40th Anniversary Poster features a beautiful image by Marion County artist Gary Borse. “Sunset Serenade” features a vibrant sunset radiating over the Gulf of Mexico at the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge. This 36” x 24” poster is a reproduction of the original acrylic painting on canvas. Donate today and request “Sunset Serenade” as your thank you gift with a donation of $10 per month or $120 per year.
Gary Borse was born in Chicago, Illinois, and attended the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. He has participated in many solo, invitational and juried group shows, as well as being represented by Fine Art Galleries, Art Dealers, Interior Designers, and Art Consultants, throughout the State of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, Arizona, and the UK.
His award-winning work has appeared in public art, museums, on the covers of magazines, calendars, newspapers, announcement postcards and posters for many exhibits and events throughout the State of Florida. In 2007, his exhibit, “Revealing the Soul: Painting from The Inside Out”, consisting of 28 paintings, was shown the Florida State Capitol Building in the Chamber Gallery, and his exhibit, “The Soul of the Florida Landscape” was on display for six months in the Florida Museum of Natural History. In 2001, Gary was commissioned to paint two pieces of public art by the Marion Cultural Alliance, for the City of Ocala, Florida’s “HORSEFEVER” project, and again in 2011 for the tenth anniversary of HORSEFEVER.
Borse is also an accomplished musician and vocalist. studio and gallery are on his farm in Fairfield, Florida, where he raises cattle, horses, and bees.