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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.
Erica Larkin Gaudet is a sculptor who primarily uses metal as her material. She has been welding and fabricating sculptural work for both private and public clients for over 30 years. After receiving her BA from Loyola University… Read more.
I am a life long Artist of 60+ years. My family’s roots have been in the Mississippi gulf coast for well over a hundred years. After serving our great country in the Militay and as a civilian, I have recently retired and… Read more.
Things that move in the air hypnotically full of color and life, this is what excites me. I’m a kinetic mobile artist who loves to create sculptures out of the norm for my medium. Hand painted, interlocking, wire wrapped,… Read more.
Earl Dismuke is a Mississippi sculptor who is dedicated to enhancing community life through the power of public art, all the while pursuing his passion of creating his own body of work. He graduated in 2007 from the University… 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.
Amber Carraway, a native of Utica, MS, works in a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional mediums. She loves the to draw from the beauty of God’s creation and duplicate it artistically in paint or clay. The brilliant… Read more.
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.
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.
“A sweater might be something-not-a-sweater, a painting in fact a sculpture. My father’s favorite shirt changed the day he died. One of my guiding impulses is to mark a history, to excavate a thing buried within itself… Read more.