Santa Fe artist Steven Snyder stands with his paintings during the Visionary Luncheon to launch TransArt, presented by Unity Coalition and The Betsy South Beach on Thursday, June 16, 2016. TransArt features work by transgender artists. Trans Poets Workshop founder Cat Fitzpatrick, editor, author, poet and English literature teacher at Rutgers University-Newark, was the luncheon's featured speaker. Paintings by Snyder are exhibited at The Betsy South Beach hotel, 1440 Ocean Dr.
Santa Fe artist Steven Snyder stands with his paintings during the Visionary Luncheon to launch TransArt, presented by Unity Coalition and The Betsy South Beach on Thursday, June 16, 2016. TransArt features work by transgender artists. Trans Poets Workshop founder Cat Fitzpatrick, editor, author, poet and English literature teacher at Rutgers University-Newark, was the luncheon's featured speaker. Paintings by Snyder are exhibited at The Betsy South Beach hotel, 1440 Ocean Dr. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Santa Fe artist Steven Snyder stands with his paintings during the Visionary Luncheon to launch TransArt, presented by Unity Coalition and The Betsy South Beach on Thursday, June 16, 2016. TransArt features work by transgender artists. Trans Poets Workshop founder Cat Fitzpatrick, editor, author, poet and English literature teacher at Rutgers University-Newark, was the luncheon's featured speaker. Paintings by Snyder are exhibited at The Betsy South Beach hotel, 1440 Ocean Dr. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

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