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Soren Christensen Gallery Robert Lange Studios Nolan-Rankin Galleries LeMieux Galleries Reinert Fine Art R S Hanna Gallery Boswell Mourot Fine Art Beverly McNeil Gallery Vinings Gallery Canary Gallery

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Perry Austin Fine Art Gallery 202 Mac-Gryder Gallery Fredericksburg Art Gallery Billy Solitario gallery43 Atchison Gallery Barbara Davis Fine Art A. Wickey Gallery

Justin Gaffrey Gallery Mary Hong Gallery Clint Eagar Design Gallery/Studio Marisol Gullo The Foster Gallery Melissa Mercer Brown Studio Polli Youngbeck Studio Jennifer Harwell Art Of Interest... Destinations

Aron Belka, Call to Post, 24” x 24”, oil on panel, Shown at LeMieux Galleries, New Orleans, Louisiana

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SOREN CHRISTENSEN GALLERY N E W O R L E A N S, L O U I S I A N A

Steven Seinberg, Shallow, mi/m on canvas, 90” x 64”

Audra Kohout, Equilibrium, m/m on paper, 38” x 30”

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oren Christensen Gallery, located in the heart of the New Orleans Arts District, features contemporary art by local, national, and international artists, including a large inventory of Southern art. With a roster of over 30 artists, every medium and aesthetic style is represented. The gallery provides complementary consultation services to ensure that clients’individual needs are met, including space planning, design, and budget. To assist in visualizing a potential purchase, they also offer digital renderings to both private clients and the trade. For more information on upcoming exhibits and events and artists featured visit the gallery in person or online at www.sorengallery.com.

Saskia Ozols Eubanks, Honey Makers II, oil on linen, 60” x 36”

Charlotte Terrell, Long Time Past, 48” x 60” Volume 15 Issue 1


Thomas Swanston, Coming Through to the Gold, acrylic, silver, and gold leaf on panel, 72” x 66”

Ed Smith, Roost, oil on canvas, 60” x 48”

Lynn Sanders, Wired for This, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48” Rose Thome Casterline, Madame, oil on linen, 60” x 60”

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ROBERT LANGE STUDIOS C H A R L E S T O N, S O U T H C A R O L I N A

Karin Jurick, Unfettered, 12” x 16”, oil on panel

Karin Jurick, Night Glow, 10” x 10”, oil on panel

Karin Jurick, Onlookers, 9” x 12”, oil on panel

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obert Lange Studios has been voted Best Art Gallery in Charleston, SC, 2015-2017. Gallery owners Megan and Robert Lange are committed to providing a forum for art based on individuals, subjective style and awareness. This dedication has created a reputation for the gallery of consistently finding new and interesting artists that stand out for their imagination and distinctive personal touch. Located at 2 Queen Street in the heart of historic Charleston, they provide a platform for experimentation that gives exposure to diverse and dynamic art practices developing locally, regionally, and around the world. Visit in person or online at www.rlsart.com.

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Adam Hall, Bend & Break 36” x 48”, oil on curved panel

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Karin Jurick, Swaying to the Music, 12” x 12”, oil on panel

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Karin Jurick, Homebody, 9” x 12”, oil on panel

June Stratton, Driftaway, 24” x 24”, oil and silver on panel

Karin Jurick, Dress Envy, 9” x 12”, oil on panel

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NOLAN-RANKIN GALLERIES H O U S T O N, T E X A S

Pierre Pivet, Concours Hippique, 40” x 40”

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Pierre Pivet, Concours Hippique, 40 x 40

After 38 years we have turned a page and are now exclusivly online. We are excited about our new project and hope you will visit us and make us one of your favorites. We continue to show the finest of the Contemporary School of Paris and highlight the Port Royal Acadamie.� -Joe Nolan, owner, Nolan-Rankin Galleries

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Visit the gallery online at www.nolan-rankingalleries.com for more information on artists and works available.

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LEMIEUX GALLERIES N E W O R L E A N S, L O U I S I A N A

eMieux Galleries is located at the gateway of New Orleans’ Arts District near the Convention Center, the World War II Museum, the Contemporary Arts Center and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Since 1983, the mission has been to unite seasoned collectors and new art enthusiasts with artists of the South who are committed to their vision. For more information on upcoming exhibits and inventory of artists, visit the gallery in person in New Orleans or online at www.lemieuxgalleries.com.

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Above left: Marcy Lally, Winter Soltice, frame is 48.5”H X 38.5”W X 3.5”, mixed media- buffalo skull, vintage plates, crystals, and handmade ceramic flowers Left: Kate Samworth, Explosion of Peace, 25” x 161/4”, mixed media on paper Above right: Carolyn McAdams, Spinning Out of Control, 6” x 6”, oil on panel Facing page top: Emily WIlson, La Peppermint ,16” x 19” 51/2”, carved and painted wood on welded steel frame Bottom: Aron Belka, Lou’s Delta Blues, 48” x 90”, oil on canvas

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REINERT FINE ART C H A R L E S T O N, S O U TH C A R O L I N A

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einert Fine Art features the artwork of Contemporary Impressionist Rick Reinert. Owners Rick and his wife Ann also represent over 50 regional and nationally acclaimed artists in three unique venues - two located in the heart of Charleston, SC and a third situated in the picturesque village of Blowing Rock, NC. 179 King Street in Charleston is home to their traditional gallery where you can always find Rick at his easel. With two levels to explore showcasing original oil paintings by contemporary masters, the gallery then leads you to an inviting courtyard and fountain. Here one may enjoy large scale sculpture in a garden setting and artwork displayed on easels.

Left: 179 King Street (during the eclipse) Below: Rick Reinert, Building the Children’s Hospital, oil 36” x 48” Facing page: Top left: Lorri Acott, Heartfelt, Bronze, 16” Bottom left: Jill Basham, Firelight, oil, 30” x 30” Right: Zhiwei Tu, OPAM, The Light Making Beautiful Shapes, oil, 30” x 13”

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REINERT FINE ART (cont’d) C H A R L E S T O N, S O U T H C A R O L I N A

Across the avenue from the original Reinert Fine Art gallery is Reinert Contemporary at 202 King Street. This venue features artwork with a modern aesthetic. Glass sculpture and one-ofa-kind artisan jewelry created by regional designers are also showcased here.

Top left: Sales Associate, Diana May-McAllan at 202 (Reinert Contemporary) Bottom left: James Pratt, Beach Reflections, oil, 20” x 20” Above: Jake Songer, Collectors, oil, 30” x 24”

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Left: Michele Usibelli, OPA, AIS, Busy Kitchen, oil 12” x 16” Bottom: Roger Dale Brown, OPAM, Blues and Golds, oil, 24” x 36”

In the Fall of 2015, the Reinert’s opened a gallery on Main Street in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. Nestled in the beatiful Blue Ridge Mountains, thie gallery offers original artwork by regional and nationally recognized artists. The gallery is open seven days a week during peak season, May thru December, and four days a week for the rest of the year. For upcoming events and exhibits visit in person at one of their three locations or online at www.ReinertFineArt.com.

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R.S. HANNA GALLERY F R E D E R I C K S B U R G, T E X A S

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ith deep Texas roots in the art gallery world, an eye to exceptional talent and long time focus on her artists, R.S. “Shannon” Hanna has created two beautiful art gallery spaces in Fredericksburg, Texas for collectors to experience some of the best in contemporary art. Housed in restored historic buildings, both emphasize new, fine-quality work from highly collectible artists. The gallery will promote & showcase fine national non-profit arts groups juried shows through the year, starting with Women Artists of the West running February through June 2018. The WAOW was founded in 1971 in Norco, California by a small group of professional women artists who wanted to work together, network, and pool their efforts in their quest for expanding their artistry, markets and painting careers. The gallery will also be hosting five evening receptions in conjunction with First Friday Art Walk in Fredericksburg.

RS Hanna Gallery’s Robert Spooner, J. Russell Wells, Helen Bailey, Rosetta, Susan Eyer-Anderson and Elizabeth Pollie honor the spirit of the horse in these wonderful new works-An homage to our love affair with the horse and the symbolic dignity inherent in their nature. For more information on them and upcoming events and artists represented at the galleries visit the gallery in person or online at www.rshannagallery.com to enjoy their collection of fine living/working masters of representational art.

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A successful representational painting transcend technique and gimmickry, eliciting from the viewer a sense of connection with the truer nature of the subject. In the best of these works we are taken, almost unwittingly, into the heart of the painting. - Elizabeth Pollie

Left page top: Spooner, Pride and Joy, 36” x 36”, oil Bottom: J. Russell Wells, Winter Hay, 24” x 32”, oil Above left: Helen Bailey, Ready to Win, colored pencil, 28” x 29” Top Right: Rosetta, Friesian Fantasy, 16” x 22” x 5”, bronze Middle: Susan Eyer Anderson, The Last Hurrah Mustang Roundup, 24” x 36”, acrylic Bottom: Elizabeth Pollie, Crossing the Divide, 25” x 44”. oil

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BOSWELL MOUROT FINE ART L I T T L E R O C K, A R K A N S A S ¡ M I A M I, F L O R I D A

Diana Ashley, Village Beauty, bronze

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oswell Mourot Fine Art is a contemporary gallery with locations in Little Rock, Arkansas and Miami, Florida featuring works by local, national and international artists for the established and emerging collector. For more information on upcoming events and exhibits visit the gallery in person or online at www.boswellmourot.com.

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Top: Alice Andrews, Long Devil’s Fork in April, 2, oil on canvas, 48” x 60” Bottom left: Nancy Wilson, Fall to Water, mixed media on paper , 40” x 33” Bottom right: Nancy Wilson, Balance Issues, mixed media on paper, 13” x 16” Facing page: Top left: Kathy Bay, Reflections, acrylic on canvas, 60” x 48” Bottom: Alice Andrews, Ozark Wilderness Reflections, oil on canvas, 36” x 48”

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BEVERLY MCNEIL GALLERY B I R M I N G H A M, A L A B A M A

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he Beverly McNeil Gallery is located in Birmingham, Alabama in the Historic section of Lakeview and in the former space of The Loretta Goodwin Gallery, which occupied it for the past 35 years. The gallery is adjacent to the corporate headquarters for Portraits, Inc. and together these galleries create a wonderful art center for clientele. The gallery’s talented artists have been

carefully selected to show their work and teach workshops in the gallery. Upcoming shows include March 8th - 31st, 2018 - Abstracts Show and April 8th-May 7th, 2018 - Annual “In Full Bloom” flowers and landscapes show.

Visit the gallery in person to experience the joy of art or online at www.BeverlyMcNeilGallery.com. Above: Mila Hirsch, Ode to Flowers, oil on panel, 50” x 36” Right: Nan Cunningham, Early Hydrangeas, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48” Below: Dirk Walker, Letting ‘em Run, watercolor on paper, 4 x 9

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Top left: John Lonergan, Yellow Glads, oil on canvas, 10” x 8” Above left: Wayne Spradley, Fading Snow, oil on panel, 24” x 20” Top right: Barbara Davis, Lake Escape, oil on canvas, 18” x18” Middle right: Frank Baggett, Backwater Blues, oil on canvas, 36” x 48” Bottom right: Perry Austin, Hidden Valley, oil on canvas, 20”x 24” Volume 15 Issue 1


VININGS GALLERY R O S W E L L, G E O R G I A

Time And Tide, 30” x 40”

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inings Gallery is pleased to feature the work of Atlanta-based artist Simon Kenevan during a one-man show over the weekend of April 21, 2018. After leaving school in 1982, Simon joined the crew of an English fishing boat, reaffirming his lifelong relationship with the sea. When he had managed to save enough money, he bought a 14’ rowing boat, fulfilling his ambition to work alone and become one with the natural environment. Now, with more than 25 years of experience, Simon Kenevan has found his vocabulary, via pigment and paper, brush and canvas. Working with pastels, and oils, precious moments are relived through the creative process. Each subsequent painting has its own resonance, unique to each and every viewer. Visit www.viningsgallery.com for additional details and show times.

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Sublime I ,16” x 20”

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Morning Star, 40” x 30” Volume 15 Issue 1

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CANARY GALLERY B I R M I N G H A M, A L A B A M A

Victor Bokas, Relaxing at the Beach, acrylic on wood/framed, 24.25” x 24.25”

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he Canary Gallery, located in the heart of the 2nd Avenue loft district in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, represents a variety of local and national artists. The recently updated space is housed on the main and mezzanine floors of the historic Wheelock Building and is nestled among a row of incredible restaurants, shops, and bars. The gallerist, Libby Pantazis, invites patrons to visit the four distinct gallery spaces, listen to sultry jazz, and imbibe in a meticulously curated selection of wine and beer.

Upcoming shows this Spring include celebrated new works by Gallery artist Blair Atherholt on exhibit beginning March 8, 2018 at his Solo Show opening followed by a two day workshop in the Gallery and an opening reception for Victor Bokas, New Works, April 12 followed by a one day workshop in the Gallery. For more information on upcoming Gallery shows and events or to inquire about the Gallery as the venue for your event space visit in person or online at www.canarygalleryllc.com or contact the Gallery.

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Victor Bokas, Tropical Vacation, acrylic on wood/framed, 24.25” x 24.25” Volume 15 Issue 1


William Rushton, Dadji, charcoal on paper, sight-sized, 27” x 34” framed

Blair Atherholt, Ascension, 8.5” x 14”, oil on panel

Debra Riffe, Lil Sassy Gal, 3 color reduction linoleum print, 27.50” x 18.00” Volume 15 Issue 1

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PERRY AUSTIN FINE ART S Y L A C A U G A, A L A B A M A

I began formal training in the Aerospace industry as a technical illustrator and worked for companies from California to Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. After graduating from Auburn University, I continued to paint while developing representation at galleries.

In 1994 my three brothers and I were juried into Art Expo New York where we met David Leadman and Nancy Marshall of Walls Fine Art Gallery; and with their confidence in my work, they have represented me for over twenty years. This led to acceptance at other galleries and invitations to events such as the Thunderbird Foundation at the Maynard Dixon Ranch, La Quinta Art Festival, Festival, Paint Wilmington Invitational, Greenbrier Fine Art week, and

teaching workshops across the country.” Perry is represented by these galleries: Beverly McNeil Gallery, Germanton Gallery, Stonehenge Gallery, Chirpwood Gallery, and Walls Fine Art at the Greenbrier. Visit the galleries in person or online at www.PerryAustinFineArt.com for more of his works. Above: Where the whipoorwills Sing Me to Sleep, 48” x 48”, oil Right: 20th Street, 12” x 16”, oil

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Morning Graze, 6” X 12”, oil

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By His Hand, 24” x 36”, oil

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Slow Drift, 30” x 48”, oil

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GALLERY 202 F R A N K L I N, T E N N E S S E E

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allery 202 offers an eclectic selection of original fine art, ranging from traditional, contemporary and folk style works from a roster of over twenty-five local, regional and nationally known artists. The extensive inventory offers paintings, bronze, sculpture, wood turnings, pottery, blown glass, fine jewelry and 19th Century American antique furniture. The gallery is located in historic Clouston Hall, circa 1821 downtown Franklin, Tennessee. For more information on monthly art exhibits visit the gallery at www.gallery202art.com. Left: Susan Blair Truex, In the Company of Wild Things Middle: Julie A. Harvey, Canoe Bottom: Melvin Toledo, Isolators and Daffodils

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Kelly Harwood, Catalyst

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MAC-GRYDER GALLERY N E W O R L E A N S, L O U I S I A N A cclaimed southern artist Rolland Golden has earned a place in the canon of American masters alongside notable regionalists Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood and Andrew Wyeth.

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In 1976, Golden was selected to represent American realist painting on a tour of Soviet Russia. During his career, which has spanned six decades, Golden has won dozens of awards and is featured in numerous corporate and museum collections throughout the country. In 2014 Golden received one of the prestigious “Louisiana Legends” awards. The same year, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art mounted an important retrospective of Golden’s work, and several of his paintings were added to their permanent collection. His distinctive style fuses abstract realism, impressionism and surrealism into a potent dreamlike atmosphere.

His work is personal and universal, timely and timeless – a true American classic. Rolland Golden is represented exclusively by Mac-Gryder Gallery, located on historic Julia Row in the New Orleans contemporary arts district. Visit the gallery in New Orleans or online at www.macgrydergallery.com. Above: Front Yard Beauties (2014), acrylic, signed L/R, 30” x 36”, framed: 33” x 39” Middle: Young Fats & Friends (2003), Gouache & watercolor, signed L/R, sheet size: 20” x 30” Framed: 34” x 42” Below: On the Way to Chateau Montegut (1992), acrylic on canvas, 33” x 43”

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Sunset Glow I (2014), oil on canvas, signed L/R, 44” x 36”

Low Tide at Normandy (2012), watercolor, signed, L/R, 22” x 30”, Framed: 33” x 42” Volume 15 Issue 1

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FREDERICKSBURG ART GALLERY F R E D E R I C K S B U R G, T E X A S

Dalhart Windberg, Texas Landscape, 20” x 24”, oil on canvas

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redericksburg Art Gallery has been celebrating art in the Texas Hill country since 1976. The gallery carries fine art by nationally celebrated and emerging artists from Texas and beyond, specializing in representational wildlife, western, still life, portraiture, landscape and more. Their artists work in various mediums and styles from realism to the world of impressionism. Works grace a plethora of notable locations from the White House, to celebrity’s homes, as well as, the royal family’s art collection in London. Spring brings a large number of festivities to Fredericksburg along with several exciting new gallery events. Many of our upcoming shows consist of art work reminiscent of the rough and beautiful spring scenery found in the Texas Hill Country. The rocky hills with blankets of wild flowers create a wonderful dichotomy that has inspired and captivated artists for many years. Visit the gallery in person in Fredericksburg or online www.fbgartgallery.com.

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Keith Murray, The Simple Life, 16” x 32”, oil on canvas

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Wayne McKinzie, We Need One Less Stack, 30” x 48”, acrylic on wood

Charlotte Curry, Golden Dawn, 12” x 16”, oil on canvas

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BILLY SOLITARIO N E W O R L E A N S, L O U I S I A N A

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illy Solitario was born in Manhattan Beach, California in 1972. His family then moved to Gautier, Mississippi located on the Gulf of Mexico. In 1994, Billy graduated from the University of South Florida with a B.F.A. in painting. After graduation he moved to New Orleans and enrolled in the New Orleans Academy of Art. He later received the Gwendolyn Ozol Scholarship Award and studied painting full-time. In 2003, Billy received an M.F.A. in painting from Tulane University. To view more of his works visit www.billysolitario.com.

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Above left: Big Bend, LA, 30” x 30”, oil on canvas Above right: Cloud Over Matt, Horn Island, 36” x 24”, oil on canvas Middle: Horn Island Interior At Sun Rise, 30” x 30”, oil on canvas Bottom: Oystering On Shearwater Reef, 72” x 24” , oil on canvas Facing page: Umbrella Pine, Horn Island At Twilight , 30” x 30”, oil on canvas


GALLERY 43 R O S W E L L, G E O R G I A

Erika Guillory Page, Mr. Belvedere, oil and cold wax on panel, 36.5” x 72.5”

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he latest addition to the vibrant Roswell Art District, gallery43 is a contemporary fine art gallery and event venue located on the historic Roswell Square. Quickly establishing itself as one of Metro Atlanta’s premiere sources for fine art, the gallery was named 2017 Best Gallery in North Atlanta before it had celebrated its first anniversary. Connecting artists and art lovers through the best and brightest works from emerging and established artists, the gallery mounts a new show each month. Visit gallery43events.com for more information.

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Elisa Gomez, Velvet Love #5, mixed media on panel, 24” x 30”

Bethany Brooke, Vanilla Sky, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48”

Cat Tesla, Chrysalis No. 151, mixed edia on canvas, 48” x 32”

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Kim Howes Zabbia, Cathartic, acrylic on panel, 30” x 40” x 2”

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ATCHISON GALLERY B I R M I N G H A M, A L A B A M A

John DeMotte, Contrails And Power, photo etching, 8” x 8”

Faye Earnest, Arial 6, mixed media on canvas, 24” x 24”

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he Atchison Gallery was born over 25 years ago in what began as a unique art service shop known as Village Framers. The gallery has developed into a major source of fine original art throughout the Southeast. With local, regional and international artists, it conitnues to provide contemporary and traditional art, custom framing and delivery and installation services. Visit the gallery in person in Birmingham or online at www.TheAtchisonGallery.com for more artists represented.

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Melanie Magee, Grey Barn, oil on panel, 9” x 12”

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BARBARA DAVIS FINE ART M O N T G O M E R Y, A L A B A M A

Where Do Clouds Go, 12” x 12”, oil

“I paint in oil and, since I love to paint the effect of light, my subject matter is across the board…landscapes, still life, portraits, figures, animals… but I find my heart is always drawn to the skies.”

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orn and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, Barbara has painted since the age of fourteen. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Auburn University Montgomery in 1987, she worked primarily in the banking industry while pursuing art as an avocation with the hope of eventually becoming a full-time artist. In 2010 her dream of painting full-time became a reality. Her art has been exhibited in juried competitions across the country with the American Impressionist Society, Oil Painters of America, and Women Painters of the Southeast.

Barbara’s goal is to create, not a photographic realism, but an impression of light incorporating rich color and loose brushwork in her art. Painting a variety of subjects, she seeks light and its effect in every painting. To view more of Barbara’s work or for information on upcoming events and the galleries that represent her visit www.BarbaraDavisArt.com or visit her studio. 42 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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Zinnia Days, 14” x 11”, oil

White Roses in Julep Cup, 12” x 12”, oil

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Kat, 10” x 10”, oil

New Beginnings, 20” x 20”, oil, charcoal, graphite

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A. WICKEY STUDIO/GALLERY W A T E R S O U N D, F L O R I D A

Fallon I & II , 24” x 48”, venetian plaster with acrylics on wood

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fixture on 30A since 2009, A. Wickey Studio/Gallery is known for its eclectic colllection of fine art, jewelry and clothing by some of Walton County’s finest artisans. The gallery’s main feature are pieces by Allison Wickey, 2011 South Walton Artist of the Year. Wickey is known for using Venetian plaster and acrylic on wood to create textured, antiqued versions of the unique landscapes and wildlife of the gulf coast of Florida. For more about the gallery and upcoming exhibits visit in person or online at www.allisonwickey.com.

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Vern, 51” x 27”, venetian plaster with acrylics on wood

Philip Seamore, 36” x 60”, venetian plaster with acrylics on wood

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JUSTIN GAFFREY GALLERY S A N T A R O S A B E A C H, F L O R I D A

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ustin Gaffrey began painting in 2001 at the age of 30 and has been working as a full-time artist for 17 years. After working as a restaurateur and chef for many years, he decided that this career path was not sustainable. Justin sold his restaurant and began traveling abroad in search of a career that would satisfy his need to be creative and explorative in learning new things. In his travels, He discovered the work of Van Gogh and was fascinated by the paintings, “Starry Night” and “Sunflowers.” Studying these works carefully he discovered that Van Gogh used thousands of small, overlapping, brush strokes to build a cohesive image.

Upon returning home, Justin decided to use what he had learned from Van Gogh in his own version of sunflowers. Fast forward to 2018 and Justin is still exploring floral bouquets and still life imagery in his work. He creates loose expressionistic compositions to complicated and detailed still-life works that include both florals and hints to his culinary past. He doesn’t just spend all of his time in the studio and in recent years he has become involved in using his talents to help local charities such as Food For Thought in teaching young people to cook Fanta Floral, 30” X 30”, acrylic on wood panel healthy meals for themselves and donating paintings to help raise money for the cause to help end child hunger. Justin believes in being involved in the community and using his talents to help however he can. Justin’s work can be seen by visiting the gallery which has an outdoor sculpture garden and gallery and is set on beautiful Fox Lake. His works are also on display throughout the Watercolor Inn, Panama City International Airport, Trebeache Restaurant, Great Southern Cafe, Seaside, Trenasse Restaurant, New Orleans, and Progress Bank of Birmingham, Alabama. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.justingaffrey.com.

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Table Talk, 40” X 30” acrylic on wood panel

Culinary Still-Life, 60” X 48”, acrylic on wood panel Volume 15 Issue 1

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MARY HONG GALLERY G R A Y T O N B E A C H, F L O R I D A

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rom masterful paintings on canvas to ornate shell mirrors, Mary Hong has caught worldwide attention of contemporary art enthusiasts. World travel as an 18-year veteran flight attendant, brought her creativity, imagination and inspiration. Workshops and self-teaching allowed her to play with many mediums. She developed a unique art form called ShardWorx (R) that combines paint and glass on canvas that is sold in eight states including seven galleries in Florida, and can be viewed on-line at MaryHongStudio.com. Her work has been featured in local, regional and national media outlets both in print and television. Mary earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a well-established, award-winning artist and entrepreneur in Northwest Florida. A professional artist for 23 years, Mary has participated in exhibitions in the U.S. and France and was the recipient of the 2014 Artist of the Year award from the Walton County Florida Tourist Development Council. She currently owns and operates six galleries in Destin and Grayton Beach, Florida, New Orleans, Louisiana and Nashville, Tennesse.


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CLINT EAGAR DESIGN GALLERY/STUDIO S A N T A R O S A B E A C H, F L O R I D A

aised and educated in South Africa, Clint Eagar found his interest in art at a young age. He attended ABM, the Johannesburg School of Art, where he was able to nurture his interest and skills in perspective drawing, painting, mixed media and sculpture.

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Clint has a wide scope of talent and abilities. As an Industrial Designer, he designed gift and home décor items for national retailers and designed under license product for Disney’s ‘Pocahontas” & “Lion King”. And he has a licensing deal with Paramount Studio’s for five artworks for Netflix’s Grace and Frankie, season four. As he states, “I have many interests, racing and diving are some of my most favorite activities, and this is expressed in many of my fine art paintings.”His works of originals, lithographs and prints have been distributed internationally: in Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, Australia and North America. Clint Eagar Design-Gallery/Studio offers custom design for clients including textile, sculpture, artwork, and accent furniture. He also offers complementary initial consultations. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.ClintEagarDesign.com. Free At Last

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MARISOL GULLO S A N T A R O S A B E A C H, F L O R I D A

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outh Walton 2017 Artist of the Year, Marisol Gullo, owns and operates Not Too Shabby Boutique in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida along with her husband, Tony. There they specialize in restoring custom furniture and is where Marisol’s passion for art took off. Marisol has taken her life experience and built her own, one of a kind aesthetic and vision. Growing up in Costa Rica, she earned her law degree and became a lawyer. She and Tony met in Costa Rica where they decided to get married and move to the United States shortly thereafter. Tony had vacationed in South Walton as a child and brought Marisol to the Gulf Coast during their honeymoon and she immediately fell in love. They promised each other that they would move to the area one day to start their family and sure enough, within a year they packed up and moved to South Walton in 2001. Drawn to the beautiful and peaceful way of life in South Walton, Marisol felt that there could be no place more perfect to raise a family. She and her family love the community and have built a life and a business here. Marisol loves the melting pot feel of the area and loves that so many people have chosen to live here on these beautiful beaches and all realize how special a place South Walton truly is. Believing in following one’s dreams, adapting to any situation, and to challenge yourself both in your personal life and your art is fundamental for Marisol. And, discovering new inspiration is the most rewarding part of her work as an artist. For more information on Marisol;s works visit in person or online at www.marisolgullo.com.

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THE FOSTER GALLERY S A N T A R O S A B E A C H, F L O R I D A

Katy Paxton

Rosalyn O’Grady

Maxine Orange

he Foster Gallery is an artist co-operative led by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County that features a dozen artists on a seasonally rotating basis, with special exhibits. Named for the late Susan Foster, founder of the Cultural Arts Alliance and one of the area’s first professional artists and gallery owners, the gallery also symbolizes the support the CAA strives to provide for artists in the community and is available as a venue for meetings, parties, workshops, social gatherings and other small events. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.culturalartsalliance.com for more information and events.

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MELISSA MERCER BROWN STUDIO S A N T A R O S A B E A C H, F L O R I D A

Sea Glory, 48” x 48”, mixed media

A Spring Orchestra, 24” x 24”, mixed media

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n Alabama native, Melissa Mercer Brown enjoyed oil painting, drawing, watercolor, pottery, ceramics, crocheting and knitting as early hobbies. Creativity was just something she took for granted but didn’t learn to appreciate or embrace until much later in life. Now she lives on Scenic 30A along the emerald coast of south Walton County Florida where the breathtaking landscape and coastline provide a constant source of inspiration. Her style of painting is often using a lot of texture and translucent layering of washes to capture the changing sea and skies. A board member of the Walton County Cultural Arts Alliance, she believes there are unique talents and gifts in each of us so that we can give back, bless and enrich others. Her theory is grounded in the belief that nature is a reflection from heaven and it’s our job to treasure, appreciate and keep it beautiful. Melissa’s art can be found at The Henderson Beach Resort and Spa in Destin, Florida, the Foster Gallery in Miramar Beach, Florida and online at melissamercerbrown.com.

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Nature’s Tapestry, 36” x 48”, mixed media

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POLLI YOUNGBECK STUDIO S A N T A R O S A B E A C H, F L O R I D A

Da’Rose Don’t Care, 48” x 48”, acrylic & mixed media

Intense Time, 48” x 48”, acrylic & mixed media

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n artist from Alabama, Polli’s first memories as an artist came from her mother’s kitchen as she fervently defended the originality of her drawing to her next-door-neighbor. She was four years old and her neighbor insisted that she had traced the drawing. She heard this story so many times as she grew into her role and thus her calling. She is a graduate from Auburn University with a degree in Design but also attended the Universitat Salzburg in Austria and Heidelberg University in Germany for further art training.

Atlanta was Polli’s home for most of her adult life where she taught art lessons in her home, schools and park systems until she settled in to a new life in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida ten years ago. She believes that God has blessed her with rich experiences and has given her the foundation for so much of what she paints. She paints with a passion and fervency of loss and pain as well as love, happiness, kindness and sacrifice. She paints with the wisdom and knowing of age and hardship that she has learned from every stroke of her life. For more of her works visit www. 30aartiststudios.com.

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JENNIFER HARWELL ART B I R M I N G H A M, A L A B A M A

Built For Speed, 24” x 36”

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his is a story that is still being written. It’s a story about Jennifer Harwell (19562013) an accomplished artist entrepreneur. Jennifer and husband Donny established jenniferharwellart in 2004 in Birmingham, Alabama. The gallery quickly became a go to place for Jennifer’s work plus art from up and comers as well as accomplished artists. Later came art related gifts and publishing. In 2008 as the bottom fell out of the economy the Harwell’s added Sports Art, private label wine, art related gifts, and apparel. Over the next few years business grew. In 2012 Jennifer was diagnosed with cancer. The gallery and related businesses closed and in 2013 Jennifer Harwell passed away. Now five years later the website has been re launched with art, wine, gifts all unique to the industry. You are invited to visit www.jenniferharwellart.com. -Donny Harwell

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BARBARA DAVIS FINE ART 1765 Platt Place, Montgomery, Alabama, 36117 www.BarbaraDavisArt.com 334-294-2410

Softly Spring, 12” x 12”, oil


OF INTEREST...


LOWE MUSEUM M I A M I, F L O R I D A

Unequal Lovers (The Trapped Thief), ca. 1650, Circle of Pieter de Grebber

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rom its origins in three classrooms in 1950, the history of the Lowe Art Museum reflects an unswerving commitment to fulfill its mission to serve the University of Miami as a teaching resource, and the residents of and visitors to greater Miami as its major general art museum.

The Lowe's success in fulfilling its mission is confirmed by an extraordinary and ongoing outpouring of support for the museum and its collections. With the gift in 1950 by philanthropists Joe and Emily Lowe, a free-standing museum facility opened to the public in 1952, the first art museum in South Florida. Its more than 19,000–object collection is one of the most important in the southeast, with strengths in Renaissance and Baroque, American, Ancient and Native American, and Asian art. Visit the museum in person or online at www.lowe.miami.edu.

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Above: Harvey Littleton Top right: Dana Gluckstein Middle: Senufo People

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HENDERSON PARK INN D E S T I N, F L O R I D A

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t this gulf-front boutique hotel in Destin, Florida, privacy seekers will find the ultimate sanctuary for rest, relaxation and romance. The Inn boasts 36 intimate rooms, luxury amenities and gulf-front terraces. Enjoy the beach chairs and umbrellas, bicycles, gourmet breakfast, picnic boxed lunches, the “Tiki” bar, as well as wine, chocolates and roses upon arrival. Dine on property in the evening at BeachWalk Café, located directly on the emerald waters of the Gulf Coast offering unique dining opportunities with rose petaled “Toes in the Sand” and outdoor veranda dining overlooking the sugar white sands and glimmering waters. the Inn’s guests have access to all the amenities next door at the Inn’s sister property, The Henderson, a Salamander Beach & Spa Resort. Amenities include a full service spa, fitness center and two beautiful pools. The Henderson is home to more than 465 art pieces by 13 local artists and artisans. Destin’s Historic Harbor supports and celebrates local artists during the monthly ArtsWalk on The Harbor. Held the third Sunday of every month, this free event spotlights local and regional artists and craft vendors. Visit www.hendersonparkinn.com for more information.

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DIXON GALLERY AND GARDENS M E M P H I S, T E N N E S S E E

2018 MEMPHIS FLOWER SHOW

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eld biennially, the Memphis Flower Show features magnificent floral arrangements inspired by works of art, current conservation applications, photography, botanical arts, needle art, jewelry, and local blue-ribbon horticulture selections. One of only eight major flower shows sanctioned by the Garden Club of America, the 2018 Memphis Flower Show, Headlines, will be organized and presented by the Memphis Garden Club April 13 -15, 2018, at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Information about ticketed events, including the Preview Party and the 2018 Lecture Series featuring Amy Goldman Fowler and Cary Fowler & Bill Schaeffer and Kristine Kratt are available online at Dixon.org or memphisgardenclub.org.

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MICHAEL BRADLEY at BEVERLY MCNEIL GALLERY B I R M I N G H A M, A L A B A M A

Recently, a client who is new to Beverly McNeil Gallery, mentioned to me how beautiful the gallery is, and all the amazing paintings and sculptures, then said to me that I must really like having a job working around all this beauty. I said to her, “Yes, absolutely I do”. However, that is not exactly true. I do not like my job, I just simply LOVE what I do... I feel that I have been extremely fortunate to have been in the art and art gallery field since 1985. First for 32 years with the now closed, 57 year old Littlehouse Galleries as the Gallery Director and General Manager. And now, since the Summer of 2017, as Fine Art Specialist with Beverly McNeil Gallery in the historic LakeView District of Birmingham, Alabama.

I have also had the pleasure of having had many fine, talented coworkers in the past 3 plus decades - now being associated with preeminent gallery owner, Beverly McNeil and the superb Gallery Director, Brittany Barnes. In addition, having the pleasure of working with many of the most talented artists showing anywhere today, some new to me and others I have known and worked with for years, and some artists who came with me to Beverly McNeil Gallery; Mark Singer, John Lonergan, Barbara Binford Davis, Eric Johnson and others...

John Lonergan


Barbara Davis

Mark Singer

And of course, the many fine clients-countless numbers that I have had the pleasure of assisting for ages, and throughout their families’ generations as well. It is the clients, many who have become close friends, that make me feel the most joy in my profession. Many Clients have commented on the fact that I become as excited, if not more than them, when helping select a new painting for their collection or designing custom framing. Quite often when I am at a client’s home or office and view their collection, I have said that it’s like visiting my children. What Joy! We all hope to see you soon at the Gallery.” -Michael Bradley

Eric Johnson

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CLINT EAGAR DESIGN GALLERY - STUDIO

57B UPTOWN GRAYTON CIRCLE SANTA ROSA BEACH, FL 32459 224-715-2252 WWW.CLINTEAGARDESIGN.COM

The Foster Gallery 560 Grand Boulevard Suite L101 Grand Boulevard Town Center Miramar Beach, FL CulturalArtsAlliance.com 850.837.3037 Amy Peterson, 21st St., Winter Sun Setting

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ALICE ANDREWS

Ozark Wilderness Reflections, oil on canvas, 36” x 48”

Miami, Florida 305.528.4971

www.boswellmourot.com

Little Rock, AR 501.664.0030


Clayton Sammons, American Portrait, 33 x 22 inches, Oil on Wood

FREDERICKSBURG ART GALLERY 405 East Main Street Fredericksburg, TX 78624 830.990.2707 info@fgbArtGallery.com www.claytonsammons.com www.FbgArtGallery.com


ROGER DALE BROWN

Represented exclusively in Alabama at Beverly McNeil Gallery Monday - Friday 10:00am - 5:00pm Saturday: 11:00 - 3:00pm 605 28th Street South Birmingham, Alabama 35233 205-328-1761 www.beverlymcneilgallery.com info@beverlymcneilgallery.com


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ATCHISON GALLERY

John DeMotte, Contrails And Power, photo etching, 8” x 8”

John DeMotte, Untitled, photo eching, 6” x 6”

Flowers for Mom, November 2, Vol. II

Flowers for Mom, September 26, Vol. II

Flowers for Mom, November 19, Vol. II

MOUNTAIN BROOK VILLAGE 2847 CULVER ROAD BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 205.871.6233

Flowers for Mom honoring an alzheimer’s journey and celebrating nature www.elmoredemott.com

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202 Second Avenue South Franklin, Tennessee GALLERY202ART.COM

615.472.1134

Joe Parrott, Spring in Farragut Park


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MELISSA MERCER

BROWN

416 County Hwy 393, South, Bldg 3, Unit 1 Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 32459 334.332.6883 melissamercerbrown.com

Polli Youngbeck Studio 416 County Hwy. 393, South, Bldg. 3, Unit 1 Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 32459 850.502.0870 30aartiststudios.com


Aron Belka Call to Post 332 Julia Street-New Orleans, LA-70130-504-522-5988-www.lemieuxgalleries.com


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ATLANTA ¡ GEORGIA 1. Lagerquist Gallery 690 Miami Circle #125 404.261.8273 lagerquistgallery.net 2. Thomas Deans Fine Art 690 Miami Circle #905 404.814.1811 thomasdeans.com 3. Huff Harrington Fine Art 4240 Rickenbacker Drive 404.257.0511 huffharrington.com

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CHARLESTON ¡ SOUTH CAROLINA 1. Robert Lange Studios 2 Queen Street 843.805.8052 robertlangestudios.com

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2. The Vendue 19 Vendue Range 843.577.7970 theVendue.com

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BIRMINGHAM · ALABAMA 1. Atchison Gallery 2847 Culver Road 205.871.6221 2. Canary Gallery 2201 2nd Avenue North 205.224.5300 canarygalleryllc.com 3. Arceneaux Art Gallery 1830 29th Avenue South Soho Square 205.8025800 arceneauxgallery.com 1.

4. Beverly McNeil Gallery 605 28th Street South 205.328.1761 beverlymcneilgallery.com 5. Paige Albright Orientals 2814 Petticoat Lane 205.877.3232 paigealbrightorientals.com

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Portraits, Inc 2801 6th Avenue South 205.879.1222 portraitsinc.com Circa Interiors 2831 Culver Road 205.868.9199 circainteriors.com Also in Charlotte, NC 5.

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NEW ORLEANS · LOUISIANA 1. Soren Christensen Gallery 400 Julia Street 504.569.9501 sorengallery.com 2. 2. LeMieux Galleries 332 Julia Street 504.522.5988 lemieuxgalleries.com

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FREDERICKSBURG · SAN ANTONIO · AUSTIN · TEXAS 1. R. S. Hanna 208 South Llano Street Fredericksburg, Texas 830-307-3071 rshannagallery.com 2. Fredericksburg Art Gallery 405 East Main Street Fredericksburg, Texas 830.990.2707 FbgArtGallery.com

4. Art Incorporated 9401 San Pedro San Antonio, Texas 210.340.1091 800.225.0278 artincorporated.com 5. J.R. Mooney Galleries 8302 Broadway San Antonio, Texas 210.828.8214 jrmoneygalleries.com Second location: 305 S. Main Street #400 Boerne, Texas 830.816.5106

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NASHVILLE · CHATTANOOGA · FRANKLIN · TENNESSEE 1. Gallery 202 202 Second Avenue South, Franklin. TN 615.472.1134 gallery202art.com

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EMERALD COAST¡ FLORIDA 1. Curate 30a A Collaboration with Vinings Gallery 72 Main Street Rosemary Beach, Florida 850-231-1808 curate30a.com 2. Justin Gaffrey Gallery Blue Mountain Beach, Florida 850.267.2022 justingaffreycom

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HOT SPRINGS · LITTLE ROCK · ARKANSAS 1. Boswell Mourot Fine Art 5815 Kavanaugh Blvd Little Rock, Arkansas 501.664.0030 boswellmourot.com 2. Justus Fine Art 827 A Central Avenue Hot Springs, Arkansas 501.321.2335 justusfineart.com 1. 3. BK Moulding and Mainframe Artworks 2309 Cantrell Road Little Rock, Arkansas 501.372.0002

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