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About Steve

Steve Vaughn’s panoramic photographs are displayed on the walls of numerous Florida  corporations and private residences. And not only that, there was surprise and delight recently when one of his small pieces was reported seen on a restroom wall at a Hess service station!

Based at Tropics Gallery in Winter Park, he also exhibits at outdoor art shows and has been poster artist for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, the Mount Dora Arts Festival, the Maitland Art Festival and the Winter Park Autumn Art Festival. Recent one-man shows include the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida and the First Street Gallery in Neptune Beach.

Steve Vaughn comes to art and photography after a 30-year editing career in the newspaper business. During 25 years at The Orlando Sentinel he was sports editor, managing editor and then executive editor of the newspaper from 1980 through 1992. However, you are not likely ever again to find him at one of those long meetings. Or wearing a long-sleeve white shirt and necktie.

Steve and Renae Vaughn, a tax accountant, have been married 46 years. Their son Michael is an attorney in Orlando and a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. Daughter Kelley is a graphic artist and musician in New York City. The Vaughns have four grandsons and one more one way.


The Vaughn family Mustang
                Beehive days:  The Vaughns announce their new Mustang, December 1966
Singer/Songwriter Kelley Vaughn
Michael Vaughn

New York City singer-songwriter-guitarist

Kelley Vaughn-Kauffman, above and below

U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Commander/JAG lawyer Michael Vaughn, left, Cameroon, Africa

Singer/Songwriter Kelley Vaughn
Pencil and Crayon art by a young Steve Vaughn
Steve the would-be artist at age six: Pencil and crayon of Cascade Elementary School, Atlanta, 1949. Recently found in the attic of Kae Saylor, the girl down the street on Westridge Road.