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Lori Putnam, Heavy Cream, 30” x 40”, oil

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Soren Christensen Gallery Robert Lange Studios Nolan-Rankin Galleries LeMieux Galleries Lagerquist Gallery Reinert Fine Art George Schmidt Gallery R S Hanna Gallery Boswell Mourot Fine Art Dixon Gallery and Gardens

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Lark & Key Gallery Vinings Gallery Brand Gallery Atelier Gallery Gallery 202 Canary Gallery Billy Solitario Corrigan Gallery Justus Fine Art Area 61Gallery

Fredericksburg Art Gallery Justin Gaffrey Gallery A. Wickey Gallery Atchison Gallery Clint Eagar Gallery/Studio Mary Hong Gallery The Foster Gallery Marisol Gullo Of Interest... Destinations

Ann Watcher, Victorian Fainting Sofa, 9” x 12”, oil on canvas Shown at Lagerquist Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

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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

Kathy Buist, Elevate, 36” x 60”, mixed media on canvas

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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 visit the gallery in person or online at www.sorengallery.com.

Above: Daniel Minter, Ebos, 48” x 24”, mixed media on panel Right: Thomas Swanston, Early ShowersDeparture, 72” x 84”, acrylic pewter, aluminum and silver leaf

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Above: Rose Casterline, Madame, 60” x 60”, oil on linen Middle right: Kelli Scott Kelley, Lure, 32” x 32”, acrylic and stitching on repurposed fabrics

Top left: Melissa Herrington, She can only suggest a path and stir up the clouds. Winged silhouettes fly. Samsara weaving II, 60” x 48”, mixed media on canvas

Bottom left: Steve Seinberg, Tide, 50” x 50”, mixed media on canvas Bottom right: Michael Dickter, When I Remember You, 36” x 40”, oil and graphite on panel

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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

Brett Scheifflee, Lines of Memories, 10” x 30”, oil on panel

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obert Lange Studios, located at 2 Queen Street in the historic French Quarter District of downtown Charleston, represents painters and photographers who exemplify the best in contemporary American Realism and Abstraction. The work exhibited comprises a wide diversity of styles and subject matter. These artists stand out for their imagination and distinctive personal approach. All of the artists represented have had formal training and are dedicated to expanding their art knowledge with continued education.

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June Stratton, Nautilus, 48” x 48”, oil on panel

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Robert Lange and Megan Aline, In Harmony, 16� x 16�, oil on panel


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

Conchita Conigliano, Marche aux Fleurs

Marcel Mouly, Chinoise a la Jupe Rouge

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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Conchita Conigliano, Marche au Tapis

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RenĂŠe Theobald, Champ de Colzas

Daniel Pignot, Venise

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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

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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. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.lemieuxgalleries.com.

Top left: Kris Wenschuh, A Lightness of Being, 24” x 24”, oil on panel Above: Nathan Durfee, Speaking to Something Else, 36” x 24”, oil on canvas Left: Aron Belka, George, 72” x 72”, oil on canvas Facing page: Top right: Amy Guidry, Sentience, 6” x 6”, acrylic on canvas Middle: Billy Solitario, Cumulus Nimbus, 48” x 60”, oil Bottom: Kathyrn Hunter, Sea-Jade, 29” x 19”, wool, linocut, sewing on silk

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LAGERQUIST GALLERY A T L A N T A, G E O R G I A

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stablished in 1971, Lagerquist Gallery is Atlanta’s oldest continually owned and operated gallery dealing in original fine art. For over 39 years Lagerquist Gallery has represented emerging and established artists from the United States as well as Europe. The gallery currently represents over 50 professional artists. Featured here is the work of Monique Carr. The gallery’s contemporary collection of work includes a variety of styles and techniques from abstract to representational as well as transitional paintings and dimensional work. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.lagerquistgallery.net.

La La Land, oil on canvas, 36” X 36”

Morning Grace, oil on canvas, 36” X 36”

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Improvised Melody, acrylic on canvas, 36” X 36”

“I love the gestural mark making that comes naturally from my body when I start a painting. The first step is very important and all intuitively. Then, the structural work comes next; the challenges of working out relationships between the shapes (that was created intuitively) into a successful composition. Whether I work on an abstract or a representational, this challenge is the same. I like to experiment with shape, line, unexpected color relationship, value, primitive brush stroke, and texture. When I paint a landscape, my focus is on creating a certain mood. I want to transform a common scene into a work that is unique.”-Monique Carr

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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 showcases the contemporary impressionist works in oil by Rick Reinert and more than 40 other artists offering their unique and diverse styles. Their 179 King Street, Charleston, SC art gallery also features an outside courtyard and sculpture garden gallery offering fine art in bronze. Their second Charleston location, 202 King Street, is now open featuring fine contemporary works and artisan jewelry. 1153 Main Street, Blowing Rock, NC is home to their third location. This location offers many of the same highly acclaimed artists, from local emerging artists to the Master painters within The American Impressionist Society and Oil Painters of America. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.reinertfineart.com.

Top: Zhiwei Tu, Morning Sun, oil on canvas, 13” x 30” Middle: Olga Krimon, Sleeping Boy, oil on marble, 11.75” x 7.75" Bottom: Laura Fontaine, Eternal Love, oil on canvas, 48” x 60”

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Errol Jacobson, Huddled, oil, 36” x 36”

Rick Reinert, Rain on Fulton Street, oil on linen 36 x 48" Volume 14 Issue 2

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GEORGE SCHMIDT GALLERY N E W O R L E A N S, L O U I S I A N A

Big Red One, 60” x 48”, oil on canvas

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or over thirty-five years George Schmidt has lived in historic Julia Row in an 1832 Row House in the American Sector, one of thirteen oldest row houses in New Orleans. A Renaissance man, he has been creating since he was three. Art and music are his main mediums. He has been profiled in film, televison, print, and documentaries released world wide. He has also been featured on The American Experience on PBS and other national media. Visit George in person at his studio and gallery or online at www.georgeschmidt.com.

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Henderson Point at Bay St.Louis, Mississippi, 30” x 40”, oil on canvas

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Big Red Two, 60” x 48”, oil on canvas

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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 is proud to host the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society’s juried exhibition at their South Llano Street gallery opening in September., 2017. The NOAPS is a highly regarded, non-profit alliance of over 1,000 extraordinary artists from around the world who have come together to strive for artistic excellence. Artists will be on hand during the day and evening hours doing demonstrations during First Friday Art Walk dates; Sept. 1st, Oct. 6th, Nov. 3rd and Dec. 1st, 2017. For more information on this and other events and artists represented at the galleries visit them in person or online at www.rshannagallery.com to enjoy their collection of fine living/working masters of representational art. . Right: Stevie Jo Lake, Green Heron Nest, Limited Edition Series, 23”H x 19”W x 3”D, Copper & Limestone Sculpture

Denise LaRue Mahlke, Summer Reverie, 24” x 30”, pastel

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Kim Carlton, Innocent Reflection, 24” x 16”, oil

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John Austin Hanna, Cycle, 16” x 20”, oil

Jeff Legg, Spring Peonies, 16” x 12”, oil on linen

John Cook, Best of Friends, 20” x 24”, oil

John Bennett, Sanctuary for Little Bird, bronze, edition of 12, 25” x 9” x 11” Volume 14 Issue 2

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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

Susan Chambers, Summer Porch 2, Acrylic, guache on paper, 15” x 21’

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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 upcoming exhibits and information on the gallery artists visit in person or online at www.boswellmourot.com.

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Danny Broadway, The Corner, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48”

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

Power and Piety: Spanish Colonial Art, July 16 – September 24 ower & Piety: Spanish Colonial Art includes fifty-seven sumptuous paintings, sculptures, furniture, and silver objects produced in Central and South America between the 1680 and 1820. The works are drawn from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection and exemplify the mastery attained by colonial artists as well as the rich diversity of themes, styles, and materials of Spanish Colonial art. As Spanish Americans grew affluent from cattle ranching and the trade of tobacco, cocoa, and sugar cane, a thriving market for religious works of art – both public and domestic – grew among the port cities of the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Canary Islands en route to Spain. Rich supplies of precious metals, rare pigments, and native woods allowed highly skilled artists and artisans of Central and South America to create luxury goods that competed with those imported from Europe. This exhibition sheds light on the daily life and religious practices of Latin Americans from different economic backgrounds, as well as the nature of commercial exchange in the region, through a selection of works from artists working in Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, Bolivia, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and beyond.

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Power & Piety is filled with works of fine and decorative art created for the many churches that populated Latin America, religious works of art created for the home, and objects intended for private devotional use. Ranging from paintings of saints to furniture used in devotional practices, these works illuminate how both piety and social ambition fueled the production and conspicuous consumption of religious art in these culturally rich societies.Visit www.dixon.org for more information on this and other upcoming exhibits. Top: Juan Pedro López, Our Lady of Solitude 18th century oil on canvas. Courtesy of the Coleccion Patricia Phelps de Cisneros

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Above: Unidentified artist, Nativity, Venezuela 17th century polychromed and gilded wood. Courtesy of the Coleccion Patricia Phelps de Cisneros

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Juan José Landaeta, Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1800 – 1810 oil, gold leaf, and silver on canvas. Courtesy of the Coleccion Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Volume 14 Issue 2

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LARK & KEY GALLERY C H A R L O T T E, N O R T H C A R O L I N A

Mary Alayne Thomas, They Perched, Bearing Gifts From Telegraph Hill, watercolor & encaustic, 18” x 12”

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stablished in 2008, Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique is celebrated for its diverse selection of paintings and functional art from over thirty local, regional and national artists. Owners Sandy Snead and Duy Huynh interweave a calming and rustic sensibility with an eye towards the slightly whimsical, the subtly surreal and nature inspired. Artwork is complemented by an array of local and regional pottery, hand-blown glass, handmade jewelry and paper goods. Located in Charlotte’s South End neighborhood, the gallery offers an inviting space for first time buyers, long-term collectors, gift seekers and fine craft scavengers to explore and be inspired. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.larkandkey.com.

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Jessica Pisano, Floating In Air I, oil on panel, 12” x 12”

Jessica Pisano, Floating In Air II, oil on panel, 12” x 12”

Angie Renfro, Begin Again, oil on panel, 24” x 48”

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VININGS GALLERY R O S W E L L, G E O R G I A ow with two locations in Historic Roswell, Vinings Gallery truly offers something for everyone - from original paintings by the finest emerging and established artists to limited edition works, sculpture, and a stunning array of fine art glass. Within a five-minute walk of each other, the two galleries present a wide variety of artists, with the newest location Vinings Gallery on Canton focusing on a more contemporary body of work with a more introductory price point. Owner Gary Handler likes to think of the new space as the ‘sassy little sister’ to the original location on Elizabeth Way. Visit www.ViningsGallery.com for a complete artist portfolio, event schedule and to be added to their mailing list.

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Right: Josef Kote, I Call It Magic, 40” x 50” Bottom: Josef Kote, Sunny Day, 40” x 60”

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Top left: Josef Kote, Golden Tree, 40” x 40” Right: Josef Kote, Expressions, 48” x 48” Bottom: Josef Kote, Brilliant Fall, 40” x 50”

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

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rand New Orleans Art Gallery is dedicated to representing emerging and established Southern artists with a particular focus on artists from Louisiana and inspired by its heritage. They aspire to create an environment that encourages people from all walks of life to visit the gallery and meet their artists. When you enter the gallery their hope is that you are immersed in the featured artists world.

The gallery is pleased to feature the work of Epaul Julien. In his latest body of work Epaul freely repurposes original photographic imagery, extant images from the Internet, magazines, and newspapers, public archives and from other works of art to create a new perspective of southeastern Louisiana. He does this to create a hyperbolical narrative of the history and nature of Southeastern Louisiana and Haiti. The work represents the physical world, but also the metaphysical aspects of reality. The dynamic spectacle of animals and ogres creates a sense of adventure combined with symbolism that leads to new ways of experiencing a unique region of world.Notably the techniques of cut-and-paste, re-photography, double exposure, and other object oriented studio practice or finally transferred onto a gold or silver leaf substrate and coated with resin. For more information visit the gallery online at www.brandneworleansartgallery.com. 28 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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Top left: Epaul Julien, Bayou Teche (c) Top right: Epaul Julien, Lifeline (c) Middle: Epaul Julien, Oak Alley (c) Bottom: Epaul Julien, Tots (c) Facing page: Epaul Julien, Downtown (c)


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

Gina Strumpf, Charleston in the Rain ll, 36” x 36”, oil on canvas

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telier Gallery was founded in early 2008 by Gabrielle Egan. The galley’s focus is to support and promote a variety of artists, while merging the classics with the moderns. Traditional portraits and landscapes are displayed alongside contemporary canvases and sculptures. Each artist is hand picked by the gallery’s founder for their unique approach to their artwork, their dedication to their craft and ability to innovate. Many of the artists are from the Southeastern region, focusing on the Low Country aesthetic. They also have a collection of artists that exhibit within the gallery year round from places such as California, New York, Santa Fe, Maine, and beyond. Offering an expansive collection of such varied works allows Atelier’s art to resonate with admirers and collectors of all generations. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.theateliergalleries.com.

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Dottie Leatherwood, The Lowcountry, 36” x 60”, oil on canvas

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Erin Gregory, Southern Oak, 36” x 36”, acrylic on panel

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GALLERY 202 F R A N K L I N, T E N N E S S E E allery 202 offers an eclectic selection of original fine art, ranging from traditional, contemporary and folk style works from a roster of over 25 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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Acrylic on Canvas Painting: Kelly Harwood, Holy Cow; Antique Walnut Sideboard: 1830-1840, once belonging to John Gill Shorter, Eufaula, AL. in 1861 elected Governor of Alabama; Antique Mahogany 19th c. Cutlery/Knife boxes; Turned wood bowl, with Native American design: Ken Gaidos Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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Joe Parrott, San Miguel, oil on canvas

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

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The Gallery hosted a Summer Salon with delectable popsicles from Steel City Pops featuring new works by all Gallery Artists. The refreshing Opening Reception was held on June 22; the exhibit runs through July 28. For information on all Gallery Artists represented by Canary Gallery visit www.canarygalleryllc.com and for Steel City Pops locations visit www.steelcitypops.com.

Above: Nelson Grice, Canary Friend, sculpture in clay Right: Blair Atherholt, Pair, oil/panel,12.5” x 10.25” frmd Bottom left: Eric Johnson, Mason, steel/wood, 24”x 24” Bottom right: Debra Riffe, I learnt to Sing, linoleum print, 25.5” x 33.5”

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Richie Gudzan, Choccolocco Red Eye, 22” x 19” framed, oil and acrylic on handmade paper

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Amy Collins, Gulf, 21” x 17” framed, 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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Top left: Turquoise Water, Horn Island, 48” x 60”, oil Top right: Huey P. Long, Early Evening, 30” x 30”, oil Middle: Sheer Water Reef, Oystermen, 12” x 12”, oil Bottom: Horn Island Sunset, 36” x 60”, oil


CORRIGAN GALLERY 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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pening its doors in September, 2005, Corrigan Gallery exhibits works of art both representational and abstract possessing the charm of old Charleston with a contemporary edge. Representing artists whose work is beyond the traditional approach to the southern landscape of marshes and palmettos, there are new works to see on a regular basis. Artistic vision partnered with an intellectual strength and astute handling of the materials describes the work on display. Visit the gallery at their new location, 7 Broad Street near East Bay, or online at www.corrigangallery.com.

Top rght: Karin Olah, Lemon Ice 1, mixed media, 10” x 8” Left: Bill Buggel, Spring Azaleas, mixed media Below: Daphne vom Baur, Still Life with Figures, oil on linen, 10” x14”

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Paul Mardikian, Glass, mixed media,12” x 9” Corrie McCallum, Sullivan’s Island, oil on canvas, 24” x 32”

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Lese Corrigan, Interior: Polished, oil on canvas, 36” x 30”

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JUSTUS FINE ART H O T S P R I N G S, A R K A N S A S

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ustus Fine Art Gallery was founded in 2004 by artist Dolores Justus and features the work of outstanding established and emerging artists. Exhibiting a wide range of styles and mediums, the gallery offers an engaging selection of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, photography, original prints, jewelry, and more. New exhibits are hung monthly with opening receptions held in conjunction with Hot Springs’ Gallery Walk held the first Friday of every month. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.justusfineart.com.

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Emily Wood, Nanny’s Wagon (c)

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Matthew Hasty, The Delta ll (c)

Gene Sparling, Vessels (c)

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Robyn Horn, Kicker ll (c)

Laura Raborn, Hidden (c)

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AREA 61 GALLERY C H A T T A N O O G A, T E N N E S S E E

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rea 61 gallery hosts the work of over 30 professional local artists and craftsmen and features hand-crafted furniture and woodwork, fine art, jewelry, pottery, sculpture and more. Monthly “First Friday� events allow collectors and those that appreciate art the opportunity to meet the artists, purchase current work or commission and collaborate on their own unique piece. Visit the gallery in person or follow on Facebook and Instagram - area61Chattanooga.

Above: Barry K. Snyder Right: Maggie Vandewalle Bottom left: Paul Fontana Bottom right: Jewelry by Christina Facing page top left:Janet Campbell Jewelry Top right: Kem Alexander Middle left: David Crewe, SoundCrewe Audio Middle right: Rudd Montgomery Bottom left: Bob Fazio Bottom right: Dave Dyer

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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

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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 walls of homes and offices all over the country to the royal family’s art collection in London. Shown here is the work of gallery owner, Clayton Sammons. Born in Brady, Texas, Clayton studied fine art at Texas State University in San Marcos graduating with a B.F.A. in painting. His Narrative/ Still Life/Figurative/Landscape paintings mesh the lines of many genres, embracing historical and contemporary relevance. The 3-dimensionality, strong compositions and technical elements capture the viewer, allowing them to enter the painting and piece together the story. To see more of his works visit the gallery in person or online at www. claytonsammons.com or www.Fbgartgallery.com.

Clayton Sammons, Planes, Cranes and Automobiles, 12” x 11”, oil on wood

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Clayton Sammons, Full Force, 5.5” x 9” oil on wood

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Clayton Sammons, To Make a Long Story Short, 13” x 10”, oil on wood

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Clayton Sammons, The Stopper, 9” x 3.5”, oil 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 resides in the Northwest Florida Coastal Community of Blue Mountain Beach. There he explores his natural creativity through that which he loves: art. Wildly successful, he has toured all over the country with exhibits in Nashville, Tennessee, Miami, Florida, St. Augustine, Florida, New York, NY, Southampton, NY, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Houston, Texas, New Orleans, Louisiana, and in the countries of Ireland and Russia. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.justingaffrey.com for more information on his latest works.

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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

Florine, 18” x 18”, venetian plaster with acrylic 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 www.allisonwickey.com.

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Nineteen, 36” x 48”, venetian plaster with acrylic on wood Sheila, 36” x 44”, venetian plaster with acrylic on wood

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Cascade, 33” x 60”, venetian plaster with acrylic on wood

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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 or online at www.TheAtchisonGallery.com.

Top: Rick Smith, The Family, steel, 26” x 17” x 8” Bottom: Melanie Magee, Beach Hangout, oil on canvas, 11” x 16” Facing Page: Top left: Jack Hasson, Sailboat, watercolor, 11” x 16” Top right: Carolyn Goldsmith, Untitled, acrylic on canvas, 36”x 36” Bottom: Cynthia Parsons, Untitled, pastel on panel,11” x 14”

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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. After immigrating to the States, he attended the Fashion and Arts Institute in Dallas, TX.

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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 for more information and to view more of Clint’s works. The Quest, acrylic on canvas, 29” x 43” x 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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ary Hong is an award-winning and successful artist and entrepreneur on the Emerald Coast of Florida. Having developed a devoted base of fans and followers, Mary opened her own gallery five years ago and added a new art-making studio two years ago that has piqued the interests of locals and visitors alike.

Originally from Wisconsin, Mary received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Post graduation launched her into an 18 year career as a flight attendant, mixing her passion for travel with art by free-lancing as a graphic artist in Kailua, Hawaii, her home for nearly 15 years. Mary and her husband, a commercial airline pilot, relocated to the Emerald Coast in 2004 where she joined the Eglin Aero Club to complete her multi-engine commercial pilot’s rating before giving birth to her twins Kai and Rain in 2006. As her twins entered preschool, she went back into the art world, opening two thriving businesses in Grayton Beach, FL: Mary Hong Gallery and The Shard Shop. Mary continually participates in art shows and fund raisers, teaches art workshops, mentors local artists, and spends as much time as possible with her twins. She has developed a unique art form that combines paint and glass on canvas that is sold in eight states including seven galleries in Florida. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.maryhong.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

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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 www.culturalartsalliance.com for more information and events.

Kathleen Broaderick

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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 her works visit www.nottooshabbyboutique.net.

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Erin Gregory, Les Fleurs 8, 48� x 48�

153 King Street Charleston, SC 29401 843-722-5668 www.theateliergalleries.com


OF INTEREST...


BRANCH TECHNOLOGY C H A T T A N O O G A, T E N N E S S E E Where technology meets art and design

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n the amazing world of technology comes a new company with new ideas. Nothing, new, right? Well, yes it is! Branch Technology, founded by R. Platt Boyd IV and Christopher W. Weller, is turning architecture on it’s head. Using Cellular Fabrication™ with freeform 3-d printing, Branch is creating magnificent structures beyond your imagination.

Freeform printing in open space is not constrained to the slow, layer-by-layer build process of traditional 3D printing.Their algorithm creates both the geometry and robotic motion to construct complex geometries in open space, without the use of support materials or highly controlled build environments. United with tried and true building materials and methods, this delivers a product that is as robust as it is revolutionary. “Our company, Branch Technology, is based in Chattanooga, TN, and has invented a unique form of 3D printing called “Cellular Fabrication”, or CFAB™. This process can create strong and lightweight structures by extruding and solidifying plastic in open space - literally ‘drawing’ in midair. We are working toward using these lightweight open structures as a scaffold onto which conventional construction materials like foam and concrete may be applied, thus creating a wall, roof, or other building assembly having the complexity of the 3D printed shape without the use of expensive and wasteful formwork techniques. The following photos are from a large project called ‘Flotsam and Jetsam’, which was designed by SHoP Architects of NYC and installed at Design Miami in November of 2016. The entire structure was 3D printed, and includes printed components manufactured by Branch (the copper-colored open structures) and by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (the tan-colored solid structures).” -Chris Weller, co-founder For further information visit www.branch.technology to view more of their exciting creations and future projects.

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PEGGY MUSSAFER M O N T G O M E R Y, A L A B A M A

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What I design for myself is not necessarily the style I design for my clients. I often have said that I really play amateur psychiatrist in that I have always tried to get into the heads of my clients and give them what they are comfortable living with. I feel very strongly that a client’s house should reflect their life style and their taste.

My personal taste is traditional with organized clutter and contemporary art. I began to collect art when I went to college-my first purchases were a pair of Picasso prints that I used to decorate my dorm room and still have them hanging today in my house. Picasso still tends to be one of my favorite artists, but since I cannot collect works of famous painters I decided a long time ago to collect works by artists I know, have known or wish to know that appeal to me. I think art is the most personal possession you can own. My only suggestion when buying art for your personal enjoyment, (not investment ) is buy what moves you emotionally and a work that you never get tired of studying.� -Peggy Mussafer, interior designer and art collector. 64 Art Galleries&artists of the South

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LUKE FRAZIER P R O V I D E N C E, U T A H

very year, Luke Frazier travels from Alaska to Africa, painting and photographing animals in their natural environment. “I’m alway excited for a new adventure, seeking new country and looking for animals in their prime - hoping to capture the nuances of the sporting life.” His love of fly fishing and hunting is apparent in his work.

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As a child he spent hours scribbling, sketching and sculpting wildlife. Later, his formal art training occurred at Utah State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and a Master of Fine Arts degree in illustration. Luke’s works are shown at many prestigious museums such as The National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming; the Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles, California; the Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma; the Briscoe Museum, San Antonio, Texas; the Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona; the C.M. Russell Museum, Great Falls, Montana; the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery Alabama; and the Kimball Art Center, Park City, Utah. Visit www.lukefrazier.com to view more of Luke’s works and galleries representing his works. The Old Gentleman, 12” x 12”, oil

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Whose Hunting Whom?, 34”x 40”, oil

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JOHNSON CENTER FOR THE ARTS T R O Y, A L A B A M A

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he Johnson Center for the Arts in Troy, Alabama was born in 2000 through a grassroots effort by a dedicated group of art lovers who were on a mission to accomplish two very important things: save Troy's historic 1910 classical revival styled U.S. Post Office from demolition and transform it into the first and only cultural arts center in Pike County, Alabama. Their dream became reality when renovations began in 2007. The 2008 Grand Opening was highlighted by an exhibition of The Works of Andy Warhol from the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.

Since that time, the Holman and Ethel Johnson Center for the Arts has become known and respected throughout the region for presenting exceptional visual arts exhibitions and educational programming. Recents and upcoming exhibits include the works of David Keith Braly, Barbara Davis and Michael Vaughn Sims. For more information about the Center and upcoming exhibits and events visit in person or online at www.tpcac.org.

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W W W.W O R L D S - A W A Y. C O M 3 2 2 S . H O L LY W O O D M E M P H I S , T N 3 8 1 0 4 S TAY C O N N E C T E D - F A C E B O O K | I N S TA G R A M | T W I T T E R

justingaffrey.com

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area 61 gallery Chattanooga, Tennessee

423.648.9367 - EST. 2009 -

Representing over 30 professional local artists & craftsmen RUDD MONTGOMERY

JANET CAMPBELL JEWELRY

PAUL FONTANA

JEWELRY BY CHRISTINA

BARRY K. SNYDER

BOB FAZIO

DAVID CREWE

MAGGIE VANDEWALLE

KEM ALEXANDER

area61chattanooga

DAVE DYER

@area61chattanooga


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beverly

Nolan-Rankin

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BRAND GALLERY

646 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-509- 6598 info@nolabrandgallery.com www.brandneworleansartgallery.com Volume 14 Issue 2

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CLINT EAGAR DESIGN GALLERY - STUDIO

224-715-2252 info@clinteagardesign.com 57B Uptown Grayton Circle Santa Rosa Beach, FL www.clinteagardesign.com

Michael Vaughn Sims CONSTRUCTIONS July 20 - October 7, 2017

presented by the Johnson Center for the Arts

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Troy, Alabama 36081

334-670-2287

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Billy Solitario Fine Art 4531 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA 70115 504.905.4175 www.billysolitario.com

Facebook and instagram: @studiosolitario

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Refresh your mind...Subscribe today www.AGASart.com

850.217.6584


3050 Central Avenue memphis, tennessee 38111 901.636.2362 www.memphismuseums.org

Marisol Gullo

2017 Walton County Artist of the Year

3906 Hwy 98 Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 32459 www.nottooshabby.net 850-419-3976

artwork furniture home accents gifts

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Clayton Sammons, Blowout on the Boulevard, 20 x 17 inches, Oil on Wood

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


Deborah Elmquist, Carolina Mist, oil on canvas, 40” x 40”

Lagerquist Gallery 690 Miami Circle #125 Atlanta, GA 30324 www.lagerquistgallery.net Volume 14 Issue 2

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ATCHISON GALLERY

MOUNTAIN BROOK VILLAGE 2847 CULVER ROAD BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 205.871.6233 82 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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SUSAN CHAMBERS

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The Foster Gallery 560 Grand Boulevard Suite L101 Grand Boulevard Town Center Miramar Beach, FL CulturalArtsAlliance.com 850.837.3037

202 Second Avenue South Franklin, Tennessee GALLERY202ART.COM 615.472.1134

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Lee Deigaard, Copper Valley, 6x6, pigment print mounted to panel

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. Surena Rugs 631 Miami Circle Northeast #30 404.812.1881 surenarugs.com

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6. Anne Irwin Fine Art 690 Miami Circle #150 404-467-1200 www.anneirwinfineart.com Roswell, Georgia 7. Vinings Gallery 10 Elizabeth Way 770.299.1122 vinings.com

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8. Ford Smith Fine Art 980-A Canton Street 678-908-1989 fordsmithfineart.com 9. Ann Jackson Gallery 932 Canton Street 770.9934783 annjacksongallery.com

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CHARLESTON ¡ SOUTH CAROLINA 1. Robert Lange Studios 2 Queen Street 843.805.8052 robertlangestudios.com 2. The Vendue 19 Vendue Range 843.577.7970 theVendue.com

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3. Atelier Gallery 153 King Street 843-722-5668 theateliergalleries.com

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4. Reinert Fine Art 179 King Street 202 King Street Charleston, SC 1153 Main Street Blowing Rock, NC 843.345.1785 reinertfineart.com

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5. Mitchell Hill Interiors 438 King Street 843.564.0034 mitchellhillinc.com

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6. Corrigan Gallery New Location! 7 Broad Street 843.722.9868 corrigangallery.com 7. Horton Hays 12 State Street/27 1/2 State St. 843.958.0014 hortonhays.com

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8. Planters Inn/Peninsula Grill Walking distance to the galleries Meeting and Market Street 1.800.845.7082 plantersinn.com peninsulagrill.com 9. CC Bloom 843-607-2161 Info@ccbloomflorals.com ccbloomflorals.com

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SOUTHERN DESTINATIONS

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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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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6. Wallace-Burke Fine Jewelry 1811 29th Avenue South 205.874.1044 wallaceburke.com 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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3. George Schmidt Gallery 626 Julia Street 504.592.0206 georgeschmidt.com 4. New Orleans Auction Galleries 333 St. Joseph Street 1-800-501-0277 504.566.1849 neworleansauction.com

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SOLD $40,000

Théo van Rysselberghe Mimosas

New Orleans Auction galleries

5. Studio Solitario 4531 Magazine St. 504.905.4175 billysolitario.com 6. Brand Gallery 646 Tchoupitoulas 504.251.2695 brandneworleansartgallery.com 7. Cole Pratt Gallery 3800 Magazine Street 504.891.6789 coleprattgallery.com

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Alex Beard Studio 3926 Magazine Street 504.309.0394 alexbeardstudio.com 6.

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SOUTHERN DESTINATIONS

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 3.Insight Gallery 214 West Main Fredericksburg, Texas 830.997.9920 insightgallery.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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7. Russell Collection Fine Art 1137 West 6th Street Austin, Texas 512.478.4440 russell-collection.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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2. Bennett Galleries 2104 Crestmoor Road Nashville, TN 615.297.3201 bennettgalleriesnashville.com 3. Nina Kuzina 4231 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 615.321.0500 ninakuzina.com

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4. Area 61 Gallery 61 E. Main Street Chattanooga, TN 423.648.9367 keeli.crewe@me.com 5. Gallery 1401 1478 Market Street Chattanooga, TN 423.265.0015 gallery1401.com 6. York & Friends 107 Harding Place Nashville, TN 615.352.3316 yorkandfriends.com

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7. Ignis Glass 401 Broad Street Suite 105 Chattanooga, TN 423.265.2565 ignisglass.com

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Cumberland Gallery 4107 Hillsboro Circle 615.297.0296 cumberlandgallery.com

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Richland Fine Art 4089 Hillsboro Pike #203 615.292.2781 richlandfineart.com Volume 14 Issue 2

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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 justingaffrey.com

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3. Mary Hong Gallery 26 Logan Lane Grayton Beach, Florida 850-231-1416 maryhongstudio.com

4. A. Wickey Gallery 7000 E Hwy 30A Watersound, Florida 850.502.5251 allisonwickey.com 5. Clint Eagar Design Gallery/Studio 57B Uptown Grayton Circle Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 224.715.2252 clinteagardesign.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 Not Too Shabby Boutique 3906 Hwy 98 West. Ste 31 Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 850.419.3976 NotTooShabbyboutique.net

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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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4. Greg Thompson Fine Art 429 Main Street, 2nd Floor North Little Rock, Arkansas Ph: 501.664.2787 Fax: 501.664.6520 gregthompsonfineart.com

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5. Capital Hotel 11 West Markham Street Little Rock, Arkansas 501.274.7474 1.877.637.0037 capitalhotel.com

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6. B.A. Framer 1813 N. Grant Street Little Rock, Arkansas 501.661.0687 Barry Thomas Art & Studio 711 Main Street North Little Rock, AR 501. 912.6302 @barry.thomas.artist 5. 6.

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GEORGE SCHMIDT G A L L E R Y

George Schmidt, Big Red One, 60” x 48”, oil on canvas

626 JULIA STREET l NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130 www.georgeschmidt.com


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