Art and Architecture

Norman Gitzen brings an artist’s sensibility to structural details

A 100-pound gate made from hand-forged steel serves as the Gothic-arched entryway to a bedroom closet-turned-wine cellar. It looks like a dreamcatcher — the Native American textile festooned with feathers that dangle from a woven net. More...

Spend a dollar, save a life

Sales support addiction recovery

A community-minded crowd of 30 attended an open house in May at the Tree of Life Designer Store to experience the merchandise and the mission of the high-end accessories, antiques, clothing and décor purveyor.  More...

Drawing from the past, while looking forward

I love Norman Gitzen. The sculptor always has a kind word and he always pushes the envelope designwise. More...

'Picture Perception: A Student Exhibition,' Center for Creative Education, West Palm Beach

David Lee and Cynthia Graves More...

Time may have forgotten sleepy Micanopy, but visitors won’t

When I want to escape the frenetic bustle of the city, I find tiny Central Florida villages like Micanopy especially appealing. Not much has changed in sleepy hamlet, and that’s just the way villagers — and tourists — like it. More...