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John Austin Hanna, Espada, oil, 20” x 24”

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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 Anne Irwin Fine Art Vinings Gallery Shain Gallery

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Canary Gallery Perry Austin Fine Art Gallery 202 Mac-Gryder Gallery Billy Solitario Fine Art Revealed Gallery Atchison Gallery Barbara Davis Fine Art Dot Courson Fine Art

Mary Hong Gallery Clint Eagar Design Gallery/Studio Marisol Gullo Gallery The Foster Gallery Melissa Mercer Brown Studio Polli Youngbeck Studio Carol Ann Cain Studio Charlotte Arnold Studio Of Interest... Destinations

Patty B. Driscoll, Haughty, oil on panel, 20” x 20” Shown at Canary Gallery, Birmingham, Alabama

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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

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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 events and artists represented visit the gallery or online at www.sorengallery.com.

Leslie-Claire Spillman, Blush, photographic print on fine art paper, 30” x 20”

Karen Scharer, Breaking News, oil on canvas, 60” x 48” 6 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

Daniel Minter, In the Light of the Mother, acrylic and wood relief carving Volume 15 Issue 2


Charlotte Terrell, Preserved Memory, 48” x 60”, oil on polished plaster on panel

Maurice Alvarado, Complementary Series 2, hand-tooled

assembled glass, 13” x 7” x 5”

Kelli Scott Kelley, Journey Home, 72 x 52, crylic on re-purposed fabric acrylic

Rose Thome Casterline, Le Danse-Fete Series, Polo Club Lounge-New Orleans, 60” x 60”, oil on canvas

Lynn Sanders, Submerge, 48” x 60”, mixed media on canvas

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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

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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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Brett Scheifflee,Waking Up, 24" x 48", oil on canvas

Jessica Gordon, In Bloom, 18” x 24”, oil on panel Volume 15 Issue 2

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

Pierre Pivet, Les Trois Palmiers. 24” × 30”

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

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

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Paul Anderbouhr, Le Grand Canal, 28.75” x 23.0625”

Michele Sarazin, Lama, 70” x 70”

William Michaut, Coin de Veranda, 51.187” x 28.187” Volume 15 Issue 2

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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

Marcy Lally, Robin Rose, deer skull with vintage repurposed ceramics, 19” H x 13”W x 13”D

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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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Bemjamin Shamback, Day Lily Bouquet on Violet, oil on copper, 24” x 18”

Benjamin Shamback, A Trickle of Waterfall at Bellingrath Gardens, oil on copper, 18” x 12” Volume 15 Issue 2


Mary Monk, Lake Pontchartrain, View of South Shore, soft pastel, 8” x 10”

Kris Wenschuh, Traveling Light, oil on panel, 10 3/4” x 17” Volume 15 Issue 2

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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, Rush Hour in Buckhead, oil, 48� x 36�

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Left: Wesley Wofford, Reawakening, bronze Above: Zhiwei Tu, Grand Master, By Window Light, oil, 24” x 20” Below: Calvin Liang, OPA, Sunset Scenes, oil,12” x 24”

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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-of-a-kind artisan jewelry created by regional designers are also showcased here.

Top left: Sales Associate, Diana May-McAllan at 202 (Reinert Contemporary) Top right: Jill Basham, Spotlight, oil, 48” x 60” Bottom left: Roger Dale Brown, OPAM, Quiet Time, oil, 24” x 18”

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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.

Right:: Carolyn Anne Crocker, Tranquil Evening, oil, 24” x 24” Bottom: Frank Baggett, AIS, Red Maple Lane, oil, 36” x 48”

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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

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 a beautiful art gallery space in downtown Fredericksburg, Texas for collectors to experience some of the best in contemporary art. RS Hanna Gallery, represents a select group of fine living/working masters of representational art who’ve been winners of prestigious shows, featured on national magazine covers, loved by collectors and the media alike. All wow in the connection that real art always does, capturing us in a moment but enchanting us for a lifetime. Where it’s about art... connecting us in a moment...delighting us for a lifetime.

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For a list of artists represented and more information visit the gallery in person or online at www.rshannagallery.com.

Top left: John Austin Hanna, Espada, 20” x 24”, oil Top right:Tony Eubanks, Of Spanish Blood, 24” x 18”, oil Above: Maryneil Dance, Companeros, 22” x 28”, pastel Left: John Cook, Best of Friends, 20” x 24”, oil

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Marc Hanson, Ancestoral Home, 12” x 36”, oil

John Hanna Austin, Looking for Shade, 18” x 24”, oil

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Hodges Soileau, Ignore her she might go away, 24” x 36”, oil

George Coll, Trail to the Flat Tops, 16” x 36”, 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

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 and artists represented visit the gallery in person or online at www.boswellmourot.com.

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Elizabeth Weber, Birdsong 2, acrylic on canvas

Michael Warrick, bronze

Kathy Bay., Left March, acrylic on canvas

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Matthew Lopas, Little Rock Overpass, oil on canvas

Matthew Lopas, Sedona Panorama, oil on canvas

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ANNE IRWIN FINE ART A T L A N T A, G E O R G I A

Erin Gregory, Recollect 1, acrylic, 16” x 12”

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nne Irwin Fine Art was founded in 1985 by artist Anne Irwin. Over twenty five years later, the Miami Circle gallery is one of the Southeast’s most highly regarded destinations for collecting fine art, representing over forty emerging and mid-career contemporary artists from all over the U.S. The work spans a variety of genres and mediums for a diverse clientele, but is held together by the artists’ shared competence and commitment to work that is visually stimulating and uplifting. Clients appreciate the warm environment, regular Friday night exhibitions, and an ever-rotating inventory that allows collectors to view new work and stay on top of trends in the market. For more on the gallery, upcoming exhibits and events visit the gallery in person or online at www. anneirwinfineart.com. 22 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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Dixie Purvis, Blooms, mixed media on panel, 40” x 40”

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Megan Lightell, Morning Shoreline, oil on canvas over panel, 30” x 40”

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VININGS GALLERY R O S W E L L, G E O R G I A inings Gallery is pleased to feature the works of Steven Quartly and Fabio Napoleoni. Contemporary impressionist, Steven Quartly views the world through the eyes of a romantic. His work reflects an immeasurable passion for life, travel and discovery while gracefully highlighting the simplest everyday moments. Constantly evolving, his work features a rich palette, textured brush and knife work as well as an unerring eye for detail and light. Meet the artist and watch a live painting performance at Vinings Gallery on Canton the weekend of July 21.

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Nostalgia, sorrow and moments that lift the soul are there for the world to see and experience in Fabio Napoleoni’s contemporary artwork. Vivid colors and captivating characters invite the viewer into an emotional ride that was originally inspired by the artist’s childhood imagination and ultimately inspired by an immense familial love. Each of his works could have a thousand titles, and every one would be appropriate. In every work, the common thread is a beautiful heart – a reflection of his love for his daughter. Meet the artist and hear the uplifting story of his artistic career at Vinings Gallery on Canton the weekend of August 24. Visit www.viningsgallery. com for more information and to view the works for these exciting shows.

Steven Quartly, Setting Sail, 36” x 36”

Steven Quartly, Let’s Celebrate, 18” x 24”

Steven Quartly, Symmetry, 36” x 24”

Steven Quartly, Peace on Varenna, 36” x 48”


Fabio Napoleoni, Your Love is My Home, 24” x 36”

Fabio Napoleoni, Sound Advice 16” x 20”

Fabio Napoleoni, Shower Me with Love and Kisses, 12” x 22” Volume 15 Issue 2

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SHAIN GALLERY C H A R L O T T E, N O R T H C A R O L I N A

Laura Fontaine, No Fear, 36” x 48”

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stablished in 1998, Shain Gallery has earned a reputation as one of the finest contemporary art providers in the Southeast. Located in the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte, NC, and owned by Sybil Godwin, the gallery was awarded Charlotte Magazine’s "Best Gallery" distinction.

Shain Gallery serves a discriminating clientele of regional homeowners and corporations and represents over forty different nationally and regionally acclaimed artists. The gallery offers consultation and acquisition assistance, an annual schedule of exhibitions, and welcomes clients who are just beginning to collect art and those who have been collecting for years. Visit the gallery in person or online at shaingallery.com.

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J Louis, Disposition XII, 37” x 73”

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Top left: Lynn Johnson, Renew, 48” x 36” Middle left: Cathryn Miles, Sea Rocks, 48” x 53” Bottom left: Jacob A. Pfeiffer, Birdie, 14” x 14” Top right: Karen Hollingsworth, Crayola #4, 16” x 16” Bottom right: Kim Schuessler, Love Life, Move, 58” x 40”

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

udzu, a persistent and aggressive vine, yields an exquisite purple bloom. When Persistence opens on August 23rd, paintings from the solo exhibition of artist Patty B. Driscoll will show the prickly weed as a metaphor for the resilience of Southern women and the steely grace of their voices. The series of eleven feminist-themed still life oil paintings on wood depict floral arrangements set in chiaroscuro lighting juxtaposing alluring imagery with subversive titles prompting viewers to consider the use of these terms and to reflect upon attitudes towards feminism and femininity in the South and beyond. Incased in Gluck frames inspired by Hannah Gluck in the 1930’s, the various sized works of art pay homage to oft overlooked pioneer women in the arts.

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Patty B. Driscoll received her MFA from the California College of Arts after completing her undergraduate work in Studio Art and Art History at Skidmore College. In addition to her formal arts education, Driscoll has studied at the Florence Academy of Art, the Studio Arts Center International in Florence, and the Art Instituto in San Miquel de Allende, Mexico. Patty B. makes her home in Birmingham, Alabama, where she has returned to painting full time in her studio. She is represented by Canary Gallery. Persistence will be on view August 23 through September 29, 2018. For more information on the works of Patty B. Driscoll and the gallery, visit in person or online at www.canarygalleryllc.com.

Above: Patty B. Driscoll, Persistent, 14” x 11”, oil on panel Top right: Patty B. Driscoll, Matriarch, 20” x 20”, oil on panel Bottom right: Patty B. Driscoll, Hysterical, 16” x 16”, oil on panel 28 Art Galleries&Artists of the South Volume 15 Issue 2


Patty B Driscoll, Lydia’s Purple, 12” x 12”, oil on panel

Patty B. Driscoll, Opinionated, 8” x 8”, oil on panel Volume 15 Issue 2

Patty B. Driscoll, Abrasive, 8” x 8”, oil on panel Art Galleries&Artists of the South 29


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, Paint Wilmington Invitational, Greenbrier Fine Art week, and teaching workshops across the country.” Perry is represented at the following fine art galleries: Rosebud, 11” x 14”, oil on linen Beverly McNeal Gallery, Birmingham, Alabama, Germanton Gallery, Germanton, North Carolina, Stonehenge Gallery, Montgomery, Alabama, Chirpwood Gallery, Opelika, Alabama, and Walls Fine Art at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. To view more of Perry’s works and upcoming exhibits visit the galleries in person or online at www.PerryAustinFineArt.com.

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“His paintings are the reason we got to know Perry Austin. Consistently solid composition, well seen values and color, all leading to a subtle sense of place that radiates the simple joy of being out in the landscape – something too few of us take time to do. Perry painted for us when we were in North Carolina, and now that we’re in West Virginia, he sees paintings he hasn’t painted, yet, everywhere he turns. That’s a really good thing for us because it means we get to see him more often. Perry teaches workshops here – workshops that teach valuable ins and outs of painting while instilling a heart-felt wonder for the world around us. I suspect the classes are just an excuse, though, to get back here to work on painting some of the last unspoiled family farms, streams, and woodlands for which Perry holds such profound respect. The Family Pool, 30” x 40”, oil on linen

Any painting may show us a location, but a great painting allows us to be there. That’s what Perry Austin does. In his paint, we hear the cattle, feel the wind, and see the trout nab the mayfly – or maybe snap the line. David and I have had the honor of working with Perry for years and we look forward to many more. “-Nancy Marshall, Walls Fine Art at the Greenbriar, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

Left Alone, Spring, 8” x 16”, oil on linen Volume 15 Issue 2

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

Emily Allsion, Mares Nest

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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.

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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 ean Mitchell is one of the most important living artists in the United States today. His technical skill is unsurpassed, and the emotional impact of his work is unforgettable. During his four-decadelong career, he has been recognized with hundreds of awards. His work is featured in museums, corporate and private collections throughout the Country, and New York Times art critic Michael Kimmelman praised him as a “modern-day Vermeer.”

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Mitchell’s unique voice reflects the American landscape – both geographic and personal – more keenly than any other painter. With searing insights into the human experience, he gives us a clearer picture of ourselves – beautiful, flawed and compelling – painted with an unflinching eye. -Jill McGaughey, co-owner, Mac-Gryder Gallery To view more of Dean’s works and upcoming events and exhibitions vsit the gallery in New Orleans or online at www.macgrydergallery.com. New Orleans Balcony (2017), watercolor on paper, signed L/R, 15” x 10”, Framed: 26” x 20 ½”

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Code Red (2018), acrylic on panel, signed and dated, L/R, 11” x 16 ½”, Framed: 15” x 20”

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Barn & Farm House, (2016), watercolor on paper, signed L/R, Sheet size: 18 “ x 24”, Framed: 30” x 36”

Sunday Morning (2017), acrylic on panel, signed L/R, 10” x 7 ½”, Framed: 15 ¼” x 13”

State of Emergency (2018), watercolor, signed & dated L/C, 10” x 15”, Framed: 18 ¾” x 23 ¾” Volume 15 Issue 2

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

Clouds over the Crescent City, 60” x 48”, oil on canvas

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illy Solitario is a New Orleans-based artist and the owner of Billy Solitario Fine Art located on Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans. The gallery features Billy’s original oil paintings and drawings. Billy has lived nearly his entire life near the Gulf of Mexico, spending his childhood in Gauthier, Mississippi. Growing up in the Gulf South has had a large influence on the style and subject matter of his paintings.

His landscapes find beauty among the sand dunes, coastal savannahs, barrier islands, and cumulus clouds along the Gulf Coast and his still lifes reflect coastal foods such as crab, oysters, and creole tomatoes in a playful scale and with great detail. Visit the gallery in person to explore his various subjects, including portraits, still lifes, and landscapes or browse the website at www.billysolitario.com.

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Above left: Oyster Pond, Horn Island, 30” x 30”, oil on canvas Above right: Southern Waters, Shrimp Boat, 30” x 30”, oil on canvas Above: Gathering Firewood on Horn Island, 30” x 30”, oil on canvas Bottom right: Afternoon Shadow, Horn Island, 30” x 30”, oil on Canvas

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REVEALED GALLERY C H A R L E S T O N, S O U TH C A R O L I N A

ocated in the French Quarter of Charleston, South Carolina, Revealed Gallery features an exciting collection of artists’ works with various styles and mediums.. Founded by Jaclyn Quilal-lan and Scott Parsons, the gallery invites both locals and visitors to discover the many gems offered in this new and unique space. For upcoming events and exhibitions and artists represented visit the gallery in person or online at www.revealedgallery.com.

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Constance Williams, Antarctica Redux, 32” x 32”

Scott Parsons, Bee to Bee, 24” x 36” 38 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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Andrew Mastriani, May, charcoal on paper 42” x 39”

Devin McKinney, Breaking Through #1, 24” x 48”

Nabil Aasiya-Bey, Serenity, 24” x 20”

Constance Williams, Forest Portal, 48” x 48” Volume 15 Issue 2

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

Jane Woodward, Dunes, oil on canvas, 9” x 12”

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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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Jack Hassen, Untitled, watercolor, 13” x 18”

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Melanie Magee, Beach House, oil on panel, 8” x 10”

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Cynthia Parsons, Walking In High Cotton, oil on canvas, 16” x 20”

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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 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.

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Barbara’s goal is to create, 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 and the galleries that represent her visit www.BarbaraDavisArt.com.

Top left: Slice of Summer, 20” x 20”, oil Top right: Yellow is the Color of the Sun, 24” x 24”, oil Bottom left: Printemps, 14” x 11”, oil Bottom right: Shades of the Season, 20” x 20”, oil Volume 15 Issue 2

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DOT COURSON STUDIO AND GALLERY P O N T O T O C, M I S S I S S I P P I

Into the Light, 30” x 40”, oil

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ot Courson is a full time artist and Mississippi native. The granddaughter of sharecroppers, she has painted since childhood seeking works of the beauty in the humble southern scenery. Her recent body of works, the “Rural South Collection” may be seen in her inviting 2200 sq. ft. gallery/studio located on Hwy 278/Hwy6 near Pontotoc- between Tupelo and Oxford, MS. Listed as a Mississippi Legend in the Visual Arts, her work and story is on permanent display at the new Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Museum in Meridian, MS. Her acclaimed career spans over two decades. Visit the gallery/studio in person or online at www.dotcourson.com

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Left: Mississippi Woodland, 40” x 30”, oil Top right: Living Southern, 18” x 24”, oil Middle right: Pretty Good Crop, 30” x 40”, oil Bottom: Before the Rain, 12” x 30”, oil

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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

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 selfteaching 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 wellestablished, award-winning artist and entrepreneur in Northwest Florida.

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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

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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. 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.

This page: Top: Blue Eagle Bottom: Toucan Facing page: Top left: Moose Top right: Elephant Bottom left: Giraffe Bottom right: King Fisher

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MARISOL GULLO 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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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 there. 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

William Polley, East Pass Bridge

Carol Ann Cain, Grey Day

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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

Path to Paradise, 48” x 48”

Sun Drenched Dunes, 20” x 20”

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

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.

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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 online at www. 30aartiststudios.com.

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CAROL ANN CAIN STUDIO N I C E V I L L E, F L O R I D A

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She has taken this venue through many stylistic stages as she has sought to master new techniques. The Boggies continue to receive awards, accolades, and worldwide interest as she split her abstract realist approach, as through a prism, into Japanese stylings, object-inclusive paintings, a yellow and gold period, and even a Pollock period, to name few. View more of her work and gallery/representation listings at www.carolanncain.com.

ith a second-story room overlooking a marshy wood in Northwest Florida, Carol took for granted the quiet restfulness the view provided her for several years. When she moved away, she found herself visiting the even more numerous boggy areas in and around her new hometown of Niceville, Florida. became her habit to paint these on site or take pictures of them to paint at home or in studio.

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CHARLOTTE ARNOLD STUDIO N I C E V I L L E, F L O R I D A

harlotte earned a BA in Art from California State University at Los Angeles and studied at the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena. She left her career as an illustrator in 1986 to move to Florida where she concentrates on her fine art career. Charlotte is an award winning artist who has studied with many master painters in both Portrait and Plein Air Landscape. She is an artist member of the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Art. In 2010 she received an honorable mention for her portrait, Dana, in their prestigious Gold Medal Show. She is also a member of the American Impressionist Society. Her painting Ophelia was juried into their 12 Annual exhibition. Charlotte is also a member of the Portrait Society of America, Plein Air South, and an associate member of Oil Painters of America. She is known for her souful portraits and landscapes described by an LA Times art critique as “Idyllic and enjoyable to view”. Visit www.Charlottearnoldfineart.com for more of her works and gallery representation.

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Top left: View from Indian Pass, 10” x 10”, oil on linen Middle left: Maestro, 12” x 16”, oil on linen Center: Daydreamer, 16” x 12”, oil on linen Middle right: Memories, 20” x 16”, oil on linen Bottom: Memories of Cape San Blas, 10” x 20”, oil on linen


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


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WORLDS AWAY M E M P H I S, T E N N E S S E E

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orlds Away is celebrating it’s 25th anniversay. Founded in Memphis Tennessee by Lucy Woodson and Rob Berry, it began as an import company that revitalized the “painted tole” look popular in the 1980’s. Over the years, Worlds Away pushed design boundaries with handcrafted lighting and metal furniture. Continuing to evolve, the line drew inspiration from Hollywood Regency, Mid Century Modern, Contemporary and Transitional designs with mirrors, occasional furniture, lighting and accessories. Each piece is made with the highest quality from high gloss lacquer to hand applied silver and gold leaf. “From our factories to our showrooms around the world, our goal remains the same: Design and create a diverse collection of furniture and decor that fit seamlessly into any style and will look as current ten years from now as it does today.”


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21C MUSEUM HOTEL N A S H V I L L E, T E N N E S S E E

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xperience the art of today at one of the largest multi-venue contemporary art museums in the United States. The historic Gray & Dudley has been re-imagined to showcase more than 10,500 square feet of exhibition space where curated exhibitions and site-specific installations reflect the global nature of contemporary culture. The galleries are open every day and exhibitions rotate, as does the regular cultural programming. And, of course, there is the boutique hotel and restaurant.

21c Museum Hotel was founded by preservationists and contemporary art collectors Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson. The couple wanted to take an active role in the preservation and revitalization of downtown Louisville motivated by changes happening in and around their hometown. With the belief that art can be a vital part of daily life and a spark to ignite new energy and ideas, they created 21c Museum Hotel in Louisville. Their innovative idea developed into a center for culture, community, genuine hospitality, and artistic expression. From there they expanded to 7 locations with two more coming: Bentonville, Arkansas, Cincinnati, Ohio, Durham, North Carolina, Lexington, Kentucky, Nashville, Tennessee, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and coming soon Kansas City, Missouri and Des Moines, Iowa. For more information visit www.21cmuseumhotels.com.

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SYBIL GODWIN - SHAIN GALLERY C H A R L O T T E, N O R T H C A R O L I N A

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ybil Godwin was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, and has over 14 years of experience in the art world. She attended North Carolina State University, and, upon graduating, moved straight to Atlanta to begin her career in galleries. Sybil worked in galleries in Atlanta for close to ten years, and moved to Charlotte in 2013. She became owner of Shain Gallery in 2017 after almost five years as Gallery Director, and continues to cultivate relationships with artists and clients within Charlotte and across the country. She is always keeping an eye out for up and coming, emerging artists and loves having the opportunity to support her artists and witness their work finding forever homes. As owner, her goals for the gallery are to continue supporting the Charlotte art community and keep connecting her clients with the perfect pieces of art. Sybil is married to Bill, and has two daughters under the age of three. Visit Shain Gallery in Charlotte or online at www.shaingallery.com.

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MONTGOMERY MUSEUM OF FINE ART M O N T G O M E R Y, A L A B A M A

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eauty, serenity, hamony and joy. These are the qualities you will find at the new John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts opening September 25, 2018. A truly pleasurable experience, a stroll through the gardens will envelope you in the ever-changing natural landscape-an innovative venue for the display of art. Every element of nature—landscape design as well as the cyclical progression of skies, lights, and seasons—complements the sculptural creations sited in this new “gallery.”

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Designed with the flexibility to accommodate changing displays, the 2+ acre Garden will feature both temporary exhibitions of sculpture by contemporary artists from around the Southeast and the United States as well as a collection of carefully chosen pieces that relate to the Museum’s permanent collection of American art. For the inaugural installation, alongside internationally known artists, the Museum is highlighting the work of eight Alabama sculptors to celebrate Alabama’s bicentennial and demonstrate the depth of creativity found in the state: Adam Bodine, Casey Downing, Jr., Christopher Fennell, Randy Gachet, Joe Minter, Chris Boyd Taylor, and Craig Wedderspoon. Landscape designer, Fairlie Rinehart and architect Jim Barganier, have done a masterful job creating the perfect setting for this new addition to the Museum. As Fairlie explains, “The main purpose of the landscaping is to set the stage for the sculpture and artwork. The landscaping serves as the platform, the frame, the back drop for each peice of art. While there is intentionally no vibrant seasonal color in the garden, you will see the dramatic changes of the seasons-the delicate Forest Pansy Redbud in early spring and the whimsical Whirling Butterfly along with the lovely Lime Light Hydrangeas appear as summer begins. In the Fall, the golden leaves of the Ginkgo and the multicolors of Chinese Pistach will delight as will the salmon twigs of the Japanese Maple and the beautiful peeling bark of the Bosque Elms throughout the winter. And yes, there are sweet fragrances of Tea Olive and Magnolias! I am very interested in seeing how the change in colors of the seasons will affect the sculptures. Many months ago when I first walked the garden grounds, construction had begun. There were brick walls and the promise of future walls. There were paver walks and walks waiting to erupt from the ground. With Jim Barganier’s magnificent plans, I could see what was to come and I was mesmorized.”

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MONTGOMERY MUSEUM OF FINE ART (cont’d) M O N T G O M E R Y, A L A B A M A Some of the works that will be placed in the garden-

Craig Wedderspoon, Oval, 2018, welded aluminum, Lent by the artist

Circular, 2018, stainless steel, Collection of Dr. Paul Maertens, Mobile, Alabama

Adam Bodine, What You Say, 2012, steel and cast iron, Lent by the artist

“The new Sculpture Garden can and will be many things. It can be full of excitement and brimming with activity. It can be calming and contemlative. My hope is that those who come will come often and that each time the garden will meet their needs.”-Fairlie Rinehart, landscpape designer

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Architect, Jim Barganier, who designed the Museum in 1988, speaks of how the new gardens enhance the original plans which included the prospect of a garden -““A bridge that carries you to a special place of art, light and enlightenment” was the original design concept of the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, spanning the peaceful lake to wherever artworks or musuem staff take you. The building was sited in such a way that one day a future garden on the opposite side from the lake could hopefully contain a water feature that would be “the source of water” that the Museum spans That hope has been realized with the construction of the John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden. A water wall flowing into a 132 foot-long reflecting pool gives the sense of this source of water. It also introduces a visitor to the tranquil 2 ½ acre garden designed as an outdoor sculpture gallery to be used for display, education, as well as providing a variety of entertaining spaces.”


Gallery Owner, Sybil Godwin (r) and Gallery Director, Eli Cordell (l)

2823 Selwyn Avenue | Charlotte, NC 28209 | 704.334.7744 | www.shaingallery.com


ELIZBETH WEBER

Birdsong 2, acrylic on canvas

Miami, Florida 305.528.4971

www.boswellmourot.com

Little Rock, AR 501.664.0030


202 Second Avenue South Franklin, Tennessee GALLERY202ART.COM I 615.472.1134 Susan Truex, Stewards of the Land


Billy Solitario Fine Art

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On the Gulf (2017), watercolor, 15” x 10”

Dean Mitchell


Brian Coleman, Sometimes You Fear What You Don’t Really Know, mixed medium on canvas, 30” x 40”

690 Miami Circle #150 Atlanta, GA 30324 404.467.1200 www.anneirwinfineart.com


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 80 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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Artful Things Gallery

Carol Ann Cain, Crimson Boggy, 30” x 30”

Charlotte Arnold, Turkey Creek after Alberto, 6”x 6”

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From the South, 48” x 36”, oil

Dot Courson Studio/Gallery | 63 Hidden Creek, Pontotoc, MS 38863 | Ph: 662-617-3100 artist@dotcourson.com | www.dotcourson.com


Perry Austin

www.PerryAustinFineArt.com


ATCHISON GALLERY MOUNTAIN BROOK VILLAGE 2847 CULVER ROAD BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 205.871.6233 84 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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MELISSA MERCER BROWN STUDIO

416 County Hwy 393 South, Bldg 3, Unit 1 Santa Rosa Beach, FL 334.332.6883 MelissaMercerBrown.com

POLLI YOUNGBECK STUDIO 416 County Hwy 393, South, Bldg 2, Unit 1 Santa Rosa Beach, FL 850.502.0270 30artiststudios.com


332 Julia Street-New Orleans, LA-70130-504-522-5988-www.lemieuxgalleries.com


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SOUTHERN DESTINATIONS

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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4.Tew Galleries 425 Peachtree Hills Avenue #24 404.869.0511 tewgalleries.com 5. Anne Irwin Fine Art 690 Miami Circle #150 404-467-1200 www.anneirwinfineart.com

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Roswell, Georgia 6. Vinings Gallery 10 Elizabeth Way 770.299.1122 vinings.com

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7. gallery43 43 Park Square Court 470.321.3227 gallery43events.com

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8. Ann Jackson Gallery 932 Canton Street 770.9934783 annjacksongallery.com 9. Taylor Kinzel Gallery 16 Elizabeth Way 770.993.3555 taylorkinzelgallery.com

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

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6. Horton Hays 12 State Street/27 1/2 State St. 843.958.0014 hortonhays.com 7. Miller Contemporary 149 1/2 East Bay Street millergallerychs.com 843-764-9281

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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

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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

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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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6. Davis Gallery and Framing 837 West 12th Austin, Texas 512.477.4929 davisgalleryaustin.com

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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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6. York & Friends 107 Harding Place Nashville, TN 615.352.3316 yorkandfriends.com 7. Ignis Glass 401 Broad Street Suite 105 Chattanooga, TN 423.265.2565 ignisglass.com Mary Hong Gallery 414 Union Street Nashville, TN maryhongstudio.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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5. Henderson Park Inn 2700 Scenic Hwy 98 Destin, Florida 850.585.9505 hendersonparkinn.com

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6. The Foster Gallery 560 Grand Blvd. Suite L101 Miramar Beach, Florida 850.837.3037 culturalartsalliance.com 7. Marisol Gullo Gallery 9755 Hwy 98 West Miramar Beach, Florida 850.586.4599 marisolgullo.com

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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

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