LIBRARY'S ARTSPACE FEATURES IRSC STUDENT ANETTE GODFREY
The Fort Pierce Branch Library’s ArtSpace features the work of Fort Pierce resident Anette Godfrey on display to February 25.
Godfrey has been drawing for as long as she can remember. By the time she was 8, she was honing her craft by copying replicas of classic Greek statues. Next she graduated to sketches and drawings inspired by the Renaissance masters, particularly Michelangelo. Most recently Godfrey has begun drawing with pastels. She also has aspirations of working as a sculptor. The 20-year-old is pursuing an Associate in Arts degree at IRSC, focusing on acting, singing and dancing.
Performing and Fine Arts programs at IRSC offer many opportunities to develop and showcase talents in the visual and performing arts, choral and instrumental music and musical theater.