Art photography at Alice’s Benefits House of Hope​

Local landmarks and tranquil scenery highlight the Treasure Coast Photography Group’s ongoing show and sale to benefit House of Hope.
The art photography is on display at Alice’s Restaurant, 2781 S.E. Ocean Blvd., in Cedar Pointe Plaza, Stuart.When their artwork sells, the photographers donate part of the proceeds to House of Hope. To date, the display at Alice’s has raised $1,200 in donations.

The exhibit also honors the top three “Images of Hope” entries for the Hope Awards – House of Hope’s annual community partner recognition event.

Treasure Coast Photography Group members were invited to submit an image that they thought was emblematic of “hope.”  Following are the finalists:

  • Sunny Walker, whose photograph “Hope and the Changing Tides,” was selected as the centerpiece
    ​of the ​

    Hope Awards. Her photo literally says “hope,” with the word written in the sand on Stuart Beach at sunrise.

  • Bill Clifton’s photograph, “Pastel Sunrise, Hobe Sound Beach,” earned second place.
  • Tom Gilmore took third place with, “Hope Over the Horizon,” a colorful scene of sun-and-water at a local marina.

About House of Hope

House of Hope is a Martin County agency that has been helping local people in need since 1984. Today, the agency touches the lives of more than 5,000 people per month with services that include food, clothing, furniture, financial assistance, information & referral, and life-changing case management.

The agency has locations in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Jensen Beach and Indiantown to help people work toward healthier lifestyles and greater stability.

For more information about House of Hope, call (772) 286-4673 or visit

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