Didon Comer opened her one-woman art exhibit at V Seagrove

Didon Comer
Photo by Kris Chavez
Published: Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 09:36 AM.

Those visiting the V Seagrove over the next few months will notice new artwork adorning the restaurant's walls.

The artwork was created by long-time Seagrove resident Didon Comer.

Comer moved to the area in 1979 and is well familiar with the cool canopy that the area's native trees provide.

That natural shade, the beach's dunes, woodsy trails through our state forest, and other sights, Comer recreated with an artsy creative flourish for this one-woman exhibit.

Shades of blues, greens, and golds were used to portray the sights the artist sees in this area she calls home.

Comer paints with acrylics, a medium she prefers because of its heavy texture, which she feels is more like sculpture.

As to what inspires her, Comer said she goes with her mood, which sometimes leads to a series of pieces. First came animals, she said, then architectural influences, than abstracts, seascapes, and now trees.

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