“Emerging Artists for Emerging Collections” – Our gallery shows the work of local artists,

many at the beginning of their artistic careers. To view our featured artists please

see below:








January/February 2014       


March and April 2014    


May/June 2014

July/August 2014

September 2014

Reddi-Arts Art Gallery 1037 Presents:

An Employee Art Exhibition!

Through the month of September, featuring the following artists:

Stephanie Kloeckner, Rodney Howe, Hannah Jackson, Adam Thomas, Jade McRae, Rebecca Tilton, Pablo Rivera, and Barry B. Buchanan


October 2014

November/ December 2014

Pablo F. Rivera

   I was born in El barrio, Spanish Harlem section of New York City and graduated from Cooper Union Art School, New York. I attended classes at The School of Visual Arts and The Educational Alliance, also in New York City. In 2003 I was invited to exhibit at Jacksonville International Airport. Other showing of my work was with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, The Jacksonville Consortium of African American Artists, The Jacksonville Coalition of Visual Arts, St. Augustine Art Association, The Beaches Fine arts series and The Ponte Vedra Cultural Center in Ponte Vedra. In 2010 I was included in The Museum of Contemporary Art’s Beaches Artist’s studio Tour. Photographs of some of my sculpture have been used internationally as illustrations for magazine covers, articles, book jackets and advertisements.


Justino Esteves

Born in Normandy, France in 1983, I crossed the Channel at the the age of twenty-one. I traveled the United Kingdom from North to South and West to East, and photographing people and landscapes. After eighteen months touring the UK, I found myself launched into the world of art and fashion as photographer's assistant.

Now thirty years old, I’ve been published in high fashion magazines, and exhibited in some amazing galleries in Europe, where I keep working as photographer.



It was during one night out that Justino realized how intense and fragile a new couple's first kiss was.

Fueled by this sudden obsession, he then chased, for months, those precious furtive physical moments between strangers, trying to catch and express the deep intensity of the act.