Southwest Florida artist Muffy Clark Gill uses the ancient batik process to produce paintings on fabric. Her images of the tropics, its people, landscape and architecture and specifically her ongoing series of Florida’s Seminole Indians has earned significant recognition through awards, public and private commissions:

  • Purchase Award for Florida Courthouse, Volusia County Art in Public Places
  • Selected for Top 100 Touring Exhibition organized by the National Arts for the Parks Foundation
  • Featured Artist on WGCU Public Media’s s “Expressions” TV program
  • Whole Foods Market Corporate Collection, Naples, Florida

Over the past twenty years, she has received more than thirty awards in local and national art exhibitions and festivals. Muffy Clark Gill has provided community service as member to following art organizations:

Florida Craftsmen, Area Representative

United Arts Council of Collier County, Secretary

Shelter for Abused Women and Children, President

Southwest Florida Craft Guild

Naples Art Association

Naples Artcrafters President

Art League of Marco Island

Muffy and her husband Warren love to travel, collect rum, play steel drums, and grow tropical fruit and plants on their two acre farm in the city of Naples, Florida.

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