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Pacesetter Gallery is located in the heart of Flowood at 310 Ridge Way. The gallery is owned by painter Keri Davis and her husband driftwood artist Jason Davis. Over 40 Mississippi artists are featured in the gallery with diverse… Read more.
I am Biloxi born. Alaska, my adopted state is where I received the majority of my art education. But it wasn’t until I was a young adult raising my two sons in Mississippi that my true art journey of expression began. It… Read more.
Practicing artist located in Amory, MS for 2 years, since returning from a 5 year stint in Colorado after college. Graduated from MSU with a BFA emphasis-painting degree in 2008. I am currently resurrecting the Amory Area Arts… Read more.
If I have created two- or three-dimensional works of art and they communicate with my viewers, I am happy. Hopefully, my works can speak for themselves. Whatever messages the viewers receive from my works, those are the right… Read more.
Mary Margaret Pierce is a mosaic and stained glass artist from Columbia, MS. Using mosaic techniques and traditional stained glass practices, Mary Margaret’s designs incorporate these two mediums with new and recycled materials.… Read more.
The mission of the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi, Inc., is to preserve, promote, market, educate and encourage excellence in regional crafts, believing that regular contact with the skilled work of the hand enhances both… Read more.
Each year, YAC creates and delivers an exciting package of projects, programs and good works in the spirit of its mission to the community. This past year the two member staff, the board and volunteers presented 320 days of art… Read more.
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.
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.
Opened in 1923, the Museum draws approximately 32,000 visitors each year from across the nation with its outstanding collections of European and American art, Native American baskets, British Georgian silver, and Japanese woodblock… Read more.