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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

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Opening Exhibition

Opens Tuesday, September 11th @ 6:30pm

 

Featuring Artist Jere Allen

PAST EXHIBITIONS (2017)

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Collage: An Assemblage of Delta Perspectives in the South of France

Featured Artists: Robin Whitefield, Selena Nause, Jackie Jones, Susan Russell, and Hart Henson

 

On display till October 27, 2017

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Spring Colony 2017 Traveling Show:

 

Visit the website for more information about Spring Colony 2017 Traveling Show.

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SELF-TAUGHT ART CURATED BY PAT BROWN:

 

On Display through Monday, March 20.

UNTITLED
watercolor
Lonnie Holley (Alabama)
collection of Roger Stolle
DINOSAURS WITH WATERMELONS
marker on poster board
Willie White (New Orleans, LA)
collection of Milly West
PREGNANT SCHOOL GIRL
carving/wood scuplture
Edwin Jeffries (Memphis, TN)
collection of Milly West
TIN SIGN, n.d.
corrugated tin & paint
Catfish Man (Georgia)
collection of Pat Brown
UNTITLED
DIDDLY BOW
2x4 & wire, paint
Super Chikan (Clarksdale, MS)
collection of Roger Stolle
MY INTEREST IS IN…, n.d.
painted wood
L.V. Hull (Koscuisko, MS)
collection of Pat Brown
TWIN TOWERS SCULPTURE
found materials
Willie Kinard (Clarksdale, MS)
collection of Roger Stolle
HORSE IN FIELD
marker on poster board
Willie White (New Orleans, LA)
collection of Milly West
RED HEAD
unfired clay & ornamentation
Pat Thomas (Leland, MS)
collection of Billy Johnson
THREE CLAY HEADS
unfired clay & ornamentation
James Thomas, Jr. (Leland, MS)
collection of Euphus Ruth
MOP LADY
carved wood
Maker Unknown (Cuba)
collection of Pat Brown
DEVIL
paintings on tin
R.A. Miller (Rabbittown, Georgia)
collection of Yolande van Heerden & Scott Barretta
THREE HEADS
unfired clay & ornamentation
Pat Thomas (Leland, MS)
collection of Billy Johnson
WE WALK BY FAITH
painting on wood
Mary Proctor (Florida)
collection of Yolande van Heerden & Scott Barretta
UNTITLED, 1970s
painting on paper
Carolyn Norris (Cleveland, MS & Memphis, TN)
collection of Pat Brown
RED MULE
paintings on tin
Joe Wren (Charleston, MS)
collection of Yolande van Heerden & Scott Barretta
CHELSEA CLINTON, 1990s
welded scrap metal
Larry Grimes (Parchmen, MS)
collection of Pat Brown
AUNT JEMIMA SYRUP BOTTLES, 2012
found objects, painted
Maker Unknown
collection of Euphus Ruth
WALKING STICK
ornamented with found objects
Reverend Nollie (Clarksdale, MS)
collection of Roger Stolle
UNTITLED SCENES OF L.A.
paintings on canvas
Daniel J. Calderon (Pacoima, CA)
collection of Yolande van Heerden & Scott Barretta
UNTITLED
paint on cardboard
James Price (Oxford, MS)
collection of Milly West
Cotton Pickers
paint & mud on board
Jimmie Lee Sudduth (Fayetteville, AL)
collection of Milly West
HEAD
painting on board
Mose Tolliver (Montgomery, AL)
collection of Milly West
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Light, Color & Altered Forms

Opens Thursday, October 27th @ 6pm

 

Featuring Artist Bill Abel

PAST EXHIBITIONS (2016)

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"The Art We Make"

 

Opening Thursday May 5th @ 6pm

Awards Presentation @ 6:30pm

 

                                      The Ellis Gallery
 

                                      Alexander Brown - "The Sculptor of Wood"

                                      Saturday, April 16th through Friday, April 29th

 

                                      Read an extensive piece about him and his exhibit here.

PAST EXHIBITIONS (2015)

Robinson-Carpenter Library, Cleveland, MS
Karl Wagner, Delta Inspirations

Bologna Performing Arts Center
Laura Beth Lott, Anything Does Go

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Jamie Tate, Are We There Yet? 
Opened Tuesday, February 12 at 5:30pm


44th Annual Crosstie Jazz & Arts Festival, April 18
Sponsored Artist, Mary Lou Liberty

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2016 Annual Membership Meeting

Opening Exhibition Tuesday, September 13th @ 6pm

 

Artist Reception featuring Ellen Langford

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"Spring Travel Show" sponsored by the Mississippi Art Colony

 

Opens Thursday, June 23rd @ 6pm and runs through August 12th. View their website here. Read more about the exhibit here.