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Multi media artist with emphasis on pottery with a studio in Big Point Ms. Raku would be my favorite form of art as it is unpredictable results as is my pottery and other work. Born in the Midwest gradually working my way south… Read more.
As a silversmith, Sandy Maggio designs and fabricates jewelry and holloware from precious metals and gemstones. In her studio she uses raw materials such as silver and gold grains and sheet to create each individual piece. Maggio… Read more.
Sandy Maggio (silversmith, i.e. Smith) and Ann Dinwiddie Madden (photographer, i.e. Lens) have opened a gallery of goodness in the heart of Old Town Bay St. Louis, that showcases their works along side the work of others. There… Read more.
I take reclaimed wood and mix it with metal to create iconic art. Themes include rural southern, music, blues, coastal, western, Missisippi and many more. Custom work available. 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.
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.
John currently resides in Aberdeen, MS where he creates and constructs a mixture of sculpture and furniture with some short adventures into photography. Much of his work is comprised of wood and/or metal and often seeks to explore… 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.
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.