MARC artist Amanda Kirkman shows off one of her favorite paintings on display and for sale at the MARC clients art show at The Studios of Key West.

The Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens is a non-profit agency serving differently abled adults. 

Over the past several months, MARC clients have had to take extra safety precautions and self-isolate to protect their health. During that difficult time, many have found art-making to be a perfect outlet.  This collection of paintings by MARC clients shows the highs, lows and in-between felt by this community during a most unusual time.

The artwork will be on display in the main gallery of The Studios of Key West through Oct. 29. The paintings, drawings, masks and sculptures are for sale, with 65% of the sale proceeds benefiting MARC and 35% going to The Studios of Key West.

Jeff Hite, a MARC employee, peruses the artistic creations of dozens of MARC clients who stayed busy during the pandemic by completing several art projects now on display at The Studios of Key West.
Linnea Edwards is glad to see her pineapple painting on display at the MARC art show at The Studios of Key West.
Rosemary Skrobot poses proudly with her handmade masks at The Studios of Key West

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