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  • Pacesetter Gallery

    Pacesetter Gallery Flowood

    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.

  • Scott Rushing Jr.

    Scott Rushing Jr. Biloxi / St. Martin

    A native of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, I am a self-taught artist with a great attention to nature, structures and fine details. Living on the Gulf Coast my whole life I have always loved to paint nostalgic art pieces of historic… Read more.

  • Lisa Spinks

    Lisa Spinks Scooba

    I have been an art instructor for 10 years. In that ten years, my art has blossomed. I have two styles of art, Nonrepresentational mixed media art and realistic still life paintings. My realistic still lives are the most challenging.… Read more.


    MING DONKEY Jackson

    To understand the world, you must first understand a place like Mississippi. – WILLIAM FAULKNER Mississippi is the worst thing that ever happened to me, in the best way possible. – MING DONKEY … . . A former film and… Read more.

  • Missihippie Belle Amory

    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.

  • Nancy M. Garrett

    Nancy M. Garrett Biloxi

    Giving a visual voice to the silent universal language of human emotion. From the beginning of mankind, The Arts can be found in every culture. While seen by many as simply a form of entertainment; renown theorists and psychologists… Read more.

  • 4EvaDesigns

    4EvaDesigns Starkville

    I am currently a 21 year old artist, attending a community college in Mississippi. Art is a passion of mine and I am constantly working to fight the struggle of not being noticed as the artist I believe I should be recognized as. But with life and art, it goes on. So shall my determination to be recognized.Art is diverse, and my perspective on art varies from other artist. My art work does not pertain to one specific genre or subject, but consists of what I believe to be a challenging piece of art and help me develop as an artist. I believe that not sticking to one subject matter shows my diversity as an artist, showing the audience the wide amount of art work I am capable of. My art style is realistic, I try to capture the same amount of detail that is produced within a photograph. Art is created by the hands, my tools consist of charcoal pencils, a kneaded eraser, and inspiration. The tools do not create great art, but an inspired and dedicated artist creates great works of art. With each new drawing, my skills increase further. I learn from my mistakes, and make sure not to repeat the same error as before. Art creates emotion, demonstrates skill and passion. Furthermore, art expresses who I am, and soothes my mind, allowing me to escape into my own zone.  Read more.

  • Patricia Ann Odom

    Patricia Ann Odom Ocean Springs

    I am a retired Art Instructor and Gallery Director of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. I taught in the public school for 32 years but, now give workshops across the country. My work is a search for the spirit and… Read more.

  • Union

    I specialize in the creation of landscapes that focus on moments of transition, moments that are often quiet and convey visceral emotions. My objective is to create imagery of a cinematic nature because I draw my inspiration heavily… Read more.

  • Yoknapatawpha Arts Council

    Yoknapatawpha Arts Council Oxford

    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.