Countryside High student Daniel Broeseker poses with a piece from his AP Art class. “Drawing is my favorite,” he said, “because I can do it any place and any time.”
SERGI TORRES | Countryside High

Student artist's passion gives him college credit, satisfaction

Daniel Broeseker | Countryside High senior I can't remember a time when I didn't have a pen and paper doodling in class. It was in middle school when I had the opportunity to take art classes when I really knew I loved painting and sculpting. But most of all I loved drawing. Drawing is my favorite because I can do  …


  1. Street art is sweet on St. Pete's Central Avenue


    St. Petersburg is home to some of the best street art in the world, if you know where to look. The alley to the north of Central Avenue between Sixth and Seventh streets has been transformed into an extraordinary gallery space. In this unlikely location, some of the city's most talented and unsung artists display their …

    Jacob Skilton, left, Sammy Niven, Hanna Kenyon and Sydney Merritt tour the artful alley.
  2. St. Petersburg galleries open for family-friendly Art Splash

    Visual Arts

    The beach and the mall can wait. Instead, gather family and friends for Art Splash on Saturday. Eleven St. Petersburg galleries will offer 11 family-friendly experiences from noon to 5 p.m. that range from crafting your own ceramic turtle to eating award-winning cupcakes. Most venues also have galleries for viewing (and …

    Ceramics demonstrations are among the many offerings during Arts Splash at 11 St. Petersburg galleries.