Active Creations by Sapronetti

Meet the Artists

Eric Sapronetti is originally from Ohio, but moved to Florida over 20 years ago. He is a graduate of Florida State University, with a BA in Art Education. As a Christian, Eric derives great inspiration from God's Creation. He considers God to be the Ultimate Artist. He is a member of the FSU Artistsí League.

Eric's favorite scenes are those of the North Florida coastline with it's mixture of mossy oaks, pines and palms. He also enjoys the marshes, grassy coastal flats as well as the sandy beaches!

His artistic talents first received recognition in the early 80s in the area of photography. Today he is also recognized for his paintings. His current passion is blending photos on his computer.

In 2008, the book GOD was published featuring many of his photographs. Visit for more information.

Susan Sapronetti was born and raised in North Florida. She is of Native American Muskogee Creek descent and is very passionate about preserving her heritage through art. She is member of the Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe and known by tribal members as Floating Feather.

Susan is a multi-talented artist with skills in photography, painting, Native American bead works and variety of other crafts. She attended art related classes throughout school including a degree of Photography from Lively Vo-Tech and art classes in college. She is also a member of the FSU Artistsí League. She has shown in local art shows, juried competitions and other events. Her talents first received recognition in the late 70s in photography and paintings.

Susan's favorite scenes are varied and her photography is rich with North Florida nature, beaches, and woodland scenes. Her animal paintings have a fine attention to detail and realism. Susan also has a love of history that often theme her pieces. She is very versatile and we think you will find all of her work outstanding, but would encourage you to review her bead crafts. You can also purchase many of her items online at, a website selling authentic Muskogee (Creek) Native American made items.

Susan Photo (susanpic.jpg) 200 wide x 300 high

Both artists regularly display their work at local shows and shops.

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