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  • Museum of the Mississippi Delta

    Museum of the Mississippi Delta Greenwood

    The Museum of the Mississippi Delta was founded as Cottonlandia Museum in 1969 as an institution dedicated to preserving the history of the cotton business and Greenwood. Over the past four decades, the mission has expanded to… Read more.

  • Mary Hardy

    Mary Hardy Ocean Springs

    My work consists of an inventory of images that I constantly recycle. It has been noted that, “the recurrence or repetition of certain images suggests a healing practice, a mantra; incantatory and magical, a way of inciting… Read more.

  • University of Mississippi Museum

    University of Mississippi Museum Oxford

    The University of Mississippi Museum and Historic Houses complex serves as a cultural center for the university community and beyond. Among its holdings are Southern folk art, Greek and Roman antiquities, 19th century scientific… Read more.

  • Oxford Treehouse Gallery Oxford

    Oxford Treehouse Gallery (formerly Neill Studios), began with a simple move to beautiful Lafayette County. Walter and Vivian Neill started with a blacksmith shop in 2002. Walter built a painting studio/gallery nestled in the trees… Read more.

  • Melanie Mitchell Tucker

    Melanie Mitchell Tucker Greenville

    I’ve recently retired from teaching elementary and middle school art. I worked for a combined 21 years at St. James’ Episcopal Day School and Washington School, both in Greenville. During this time, I’ve experimented… Read more.

  • Lori K Gordon

    Lori K Gordon Bay St. Louis

    Lori K Gordon is best known for her Labat" A Creole Legacy" which has been acquired by the Smithsonian Institution, and for The Katrina Collection, her series of mixed media assemblages which incorporates debris from Hurricane… Read more.

  • Vicki Niolet

    Vicki Niolet Bay St. Louis

    I transform found objects and photographs into assemblages and non-traditional music boxes. My goal is to evoke an emotional response from the viewer, mainly through humor, often with sarcasm, and hopefully with a measure of intellect.… Read more.