The works of eight sculptors of animals and a painter who spent six years living with the Seminole Tribe will grace the nature center of MacArthur Beach State Park through February. The painter, Florida Hall of Fame Artist James Hutchinson, studied the people and beauty of Florida. He was ingrained in the Seminole Tribe with his family in the 1960s. Because of his familiarity with the people and places of Florida, he represented the state during the 1965 World’s Fair in New York City.


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