• Facebook Social Icon
  • Instagram

January 15, 2021

Demo Artist:

Lulu Badgley

Join us at our member meeting,

Friday, January 15, 2021

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

to observe artist, Lulu Badgley,  who will be demonstrating the basic elements of printmaking without a press using the Gelli Plate. 


She will introduce how to use textures, stencils, and masks to create prints and print backgrounds and how to layer images for a complete print. Materials include acrylic paints, gelli plates of different sizes, and assorted materials from her studio and garden.

Linda (LuLu) Badgley, has been teaching for over 50 years as a history and language arts teacher in Wellesley Public Schools and as Assistant Curator of Education and art faculty at the Vero Beach Museum of Art. mixed-media artist who specializes in polymer clay and photo manipulation.  She has recently become obsessed with Gelli Press printing and has eagerly shared her learning in a number of workshops at her studio.


She has been recognized in several photography contests of the Indian River Photo Club, and her work has been published in DIGITAL STUDIO MAGAZINE.  She exhibits her work at Seriously Mixed Media Art Gallery on Orange Avenue, Fort Pierce.

You can see example of her work at seriouslymixedmediaart.com,

Instagram.com/lulubadgley, and


November 20, 2020

Demo Artist:

Marcy Purdy

Join us at our next virtual member meeting,

Friday, November 20, 2020

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

to observe artist, Marcy Purdy, who will share her fish printing technique - "Gyotaku".


Her latest passion is Artfish by MarSea. She began her  "Gyotaku" career while working as an Art Therapist in a school based program for special needs students. As a reward, students earned weekly fishing trips to the Sebastian Inlet. She would print the catch for the students, which made great souvenirs.


Gyotaku is the ancient Japanese folk art of painting fish. The Japanese used this method to preserve the true record and size of the anglers catch at fishing tournaments. Gyotaku has evolved into an art form that blends the love of fish and the sea, with beautiful art. The actual fish is carefully painted with nontoxic water based inks. Then, delicate rice paper or fabric is pressed upon the specimen. When lifted, a detailed, mirror image of the subject is revealed.


She has developed her own "rubbing" technique in her studio where she makes custom Gyotaku prints and other gift items. She is a member of the International Game Fish Association, and has cosponsored fishing tournaments throughout the state.

Marcy has over 35 years as a Board Certified Art Therapist, Educational Administrator, Certified Qi Gong instructor, Artist and Gallery Owner.

Marcy has utilized the creative process, and movement in her private practice, as well as her consulting work with various agencies and organizations.

Marcy has just become a Soulcollage Facilitator, and is anxious to this powerful process using the language of symbols through images to gain insight and sel discovery.

October 16, 2020

Demo Artist:

Michael Alexander

Join us at our next virtual member meeting,

Friday, October 18, 2020

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

to observe artist, Michael Alexander, who will share his passion of painting in oils.


Michael enjoys painting BIG! The unveiling of his beautiful dolphin mural in 2016 at the Jupiter Pointe Club & Marina is a tribute of his LOVE of the SEA and his ongoing support in caring for thier eco-system and people to bring awareness to keeping FL waters safe for all.

All images copyright of Port St Lucie Arts League & artists. Images may not be reproduced in any form without permission. 

Copyright © 2019 Port St. Lucie Arts League. Proudly created with Wix.com