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Stutz Sneak Peek 

From its humble, beer-in-a-plastic-tub origins in 1993, the Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House has grown to an annual event that attracts 5,000 people to the 70-plus artists studios. The 2014 gathering on April 25 and 26 will include artwork from paintings to furniture, representing the diversity of creative minds that work in the former car factory.

In many ways it has become a social gala -- with historic Stutz cars on display, live music (Cathy Morris on Friday and Andra Faye and The Rays on Saturday), refreshments and more, but at its core, it remains an art event. With that in mind, we offer our readers some advanced research via a slideshow of just a portion of what they can expect to see there.

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