Voit’s pieces adorn the walls of Marathon Community Theatre’s gallery for viewing and potential purchase by patrons. ALEX RICKERT/Keys Weekly.

Exquisite watercolor pieces by artist and 40-year Marathon resident Lynn Voit will be on display in the gallery of Marathon Community Theatre throughout its current main-stage run of “Sunset Village.” Beginning Thursday, Jan. 13, more than 100 pieces, including originals and giclees on watercolor paper and gallery wrapped canvas, will be available for viewing and purchase by MCT patrons.

As an ex-diver and pilot, Voit’s watercolor work captures her love of Keys waters and skies. Her work currently hangs in the Florida Keys Steak and Lobster House, the new Fishermen’s Hospital, and many private collections.

Through Voit’s generous offer, 100% of the artwork sales throughout the show will go directly to benefit the nonprofit theatre. In addition, Voit will host a Meet the Artist event on Monday, Jan. 17 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. More information about Voit’s background and work is at

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Alex Rickert made the perfectly natural career progression from dolphin trainer to newspaper editor in 2021 after freelancing for Keys Weekly while working full time at Dolphin Research Center. A resident of Marathon since 2015, he fell in love with the Florida Keys community by helping multiple organizations and friends rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Irma. An avid runner, actor, and spearfisherman, he spends as much of his time outside of work on or under the sea having civil disagreements with sharks.