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Melody Moody Thortis is a visual artist specializing in acrylic painting and encaustic (wax). Melody has studied visual art of her life and received a minor in Art at Belhaven University in Jackson. Melody’s painting’s… Read more.
Presently living in Ecuador, Lisa shares her profound connection with the natural world through writings and water-media paintings of flora and fauna. She usually works in watercolor for small studies and switches to acrylics… Read more.
Susan Patton is an artist known for her paintings of people and places that capture fleeting moments in life. She loves to paint images that depict special times in the past that people don’t want to forget. She describes her… Read more.
I am originally from Jackson, Mississippi. I attended Hinds Community College, Delta State University, and the Savannah College of Art & Design and after spending time in the NYC area have recently returned home to Mississippi.… Read more.
After spending two decades in the corporate and non-profit worlds, I decided to pursue art as my profession. (And make my parents proud by utilizing my art degree). Now #ipaintforaliving. A little bit about my paintings and processes:… Read more.
Dot Courson is an award-winning artist who paints Mississippi and the south. She paints in a contemporary representational style and primarily in oils. Rural Southern landscapes are her specialty. She has been selected to paint… Read more.
See my website for my latest shows. I have a B.A. in Art from U. of Southern Miss. I have been selling my paintings for about 20 years now. Member of the Mississippi Artists Guild. Read more.
Karen is married to her wonderful husband, Danny. They live on their third generation dairy farm in South Mississippi where she gets most of her inspiration for her paintings. Karen enjoys painting in plein air (French term meaning… Read more.
My work reflects an interest in abstract expressionism. My creative responses to the world around me are about the experience of making. Somewhat like the great Abex painters before me, the outcome is less important to me than… Read more.