Central Florida Tourism, Marion County presents The Great American PowWow! The Villages, and Chambers Farm near Ft McCoy. Don Browning reporting.
Wildlife Photography is a goal of
a large sector of tourism folks. Dodging the usual attractions for a few days many photographers take to the great outdoors
of Central Florida.
is an image of workers during the building of the new Marion County Courthouse 2010. See the original image in the Marion
Image by Don Browning, building by a bunch of Great Workers. Known
for Icons of Marion County and the Heritage Collection, Don's work is represented in a permanent Traveling Exhibit for the
State of Florida.
Hard Hat Worker's Image, Selected by Blue Ribbon Selection Panel
Visit the Villages for a fun filled day. Stop at The Fresh Market to kick off your adventure.
MCA holds Bobby Goldsboro Art Exhibit
Don Browning's documentation of an Important exhibit by Bobby Goldsboro and MCA.
Below are several Slide Shows of Don Browning
Mixed Media images of Wildlife, Florida Icons and other art from Don's point of view. The Second third and Forth set
are Americana here in Central Florida.
Veterans at the
VFW retirement home in Ft. McCoy have a special place in Don's interest.
The Archer Parade is a slice of Florida at its best. Please enjoy and visit Don at DonBrowning.com to comment.
The Florida Arts and
Cultural Meeting was held November 17, 2010. This is a personal invitation from Arts Council member Don Browning to
come to Tallahassee and attend any of our meetings. For Information Call the Division of Cultural Affairs Director Sandy Shaughnessy. Visit the Gallery East in Belleview Florida for a Arts Council Member recommended Art Experience.
Marion Cultural Alliance held a wonderful reception at On Top of the World Commons Nov. 20th, 2010. Bobby and Dianne Goldsboro showed Bobby's wonderful paintings.
Planned Exhibit for 2011.
Fort McCoy VFW Home is in need of support. View images from the recent Horse Fest and the 911 First Responders
Visit and help honor our Vets.
Bo Diddley, 1928-2008 Inducted into the Florida Artist Hall of Fame. Songwriter-Guitarist, and vocal musician
who helped revolutionize pop and rock & roll in the 50's and beyond.
Join Artist Don Browning as we remember Bo
Diddley's life, times, the Celebration in Tallahassee during Florida's Heritage Awards Ceremony.
At home in Archer,
Alachua County, Bo Diddley cared about the youth of his community. Bo Diddley considered the whole world his community.
the 1950's, when I was a young man, Bo Diddley was the man, he rocked us to our souls. Today the State of Florida, honored
Bo Diddley and his family with a Formal Introduction into the Florida Hall of Fame.
Meet his family and friends, and
take a moment to look back in history. I had the pleasure to meet many proud members of his family, His Sons, youngest
daughter, grand daughters and more.
Back in those days, it was said that if we listened to rock and roll, it would stunt
our growth, we wouldn't be able to excel in school or life in general, and all around it just could't possibly be good for
We knew that rock and roll, especially from Bo Diddley lifted our spirit and made our whole being move from our
feet to as high as we could reach.
Go Bo Diddley!
Don Browning will lecture on his Florida Art, at 1:00 Feb. 24 at St Johns
River Community College.
Economic Action Team
County Yulee Days. Sit back and enjoy!