MARION COUNTY, Fla. (WCJB) — Artists are coming collectively to assist repay a mortgage used to save lots of Orange Lake Overlook.
The location, simply south of McIntosh on us 441 has a view painters have discovered inspiration from for years.
The Alachua Conservation Belief took a million-dollar mortgage to save lots of the enduring overlook.
And now its time to pay it again.
Alachua Conservation Belief Govt Director Tom Kay mentioned, “We have been doing nice I imply the funding continues to return in for the venture we have additionally put in requests to the federal authorities and state authorities for funding to assist with that venture, however issues like this assist increase consciousness for the venture and in addition type of highlights some unbelievable artwork by these artists.”
At present artists put a few of their items on sale with the proceeds going to the Alachua Conservation Belief to assist repay its mortgage.