Some of David Magee’ fondest recollections are of his young children, years ago, running along the white-sand beaches of the Florida Gulf Coast.
From the longleaf pines to the lush grass lawns, Rip Thompson is building a community one plant at a time.
“What’s your sign?” A pivotal point of introduction, according to Steve Wagner. As an artist and avid astrologer, Steve is fully immersed in the mannerisms of the universe and its significance here on earth—in life and in art.
Picture a Venn diagram. Circles, intersecting, each one with its own characteristics, each one contributing to a melding where they meet. There, in the overlap, is something entirely new. In that convergence of color... well, that’s where the magic is. John Colette, the new curator of Alys Beach’s Digital Graffiti, is a student of that overlap and the beauty found within it.
Tom knew early he would be an architect and seemed to have an understanding then that the pull of the field for him was not only the creativity and art of it, but also the relationship with clients, the exercising of inherent gifts, and the freedom of the lifestyle. Even then, he seemed attuned to the full picture.
“My mom always said that my grandfather was ‘a tinkerer.’ Everything he touched turned to gold—he just tinkered with it until it was perfect,” says Myra. Her grandfather was known in his small town and beyond for doing things well.
“It was a struggle, but with some blessings, hard work and a little luck, we hit a point when we realize we needed to start thinking about giving back and doing what we can.”
The Architects of Alys Beach: Bill Ingram
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Sidney & Austin – The Beauty of Life Together
We're not saving the world—we're just making Thanksgiving dinner.
Seas The Day: The Home of Karen and Jack Linville
An Interview with Architect Tim Slattery of Hart Howerton
The Locandro Family Takes to the Water in Casbah II
Chef Renato Falconi brings a taste of Peru to Alys Beach fare.
A profile of NEAT mixologist and professional photographer, Katie DeSantis.
All that glitters is not gold; Sometimes it’s green.
Lindy Farley, an Alys Beach Ambassador
Another Memorable 30A Wine Festival