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RS HANNA GALLERY

John Austin Hanna, Saddlebronc, 30” x 24”, oil

208 Llano Street and 244 West Main Street Fredericksburg, Texas 78624 830-307-3074 /3071 www.rshannagallery.com


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Soren Christensen Gallery Robert Lange Studios Nolan-Rankin Galleries LeMieux Galleries William Campbell Contemporary Art Reinert Fine Art George Schmidt Gallery R S Hanna Gallery Boswell Mourot Fine Art Lagerquist Gallery

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Vinings Gallery Ann Jackson Gallery Taylor Kinzel Gallery Corrigan Gallery Gallery 202 Canary Gallery Billy Solitario Stellers Gallery Justus Fine Art

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

Jennifer JL Jones, Tecidas VII, 12” x 12”, mixed media on panel, Shown at Stellers Gallery, Jacksonville, Florida

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

Steven Seinberg, Shallow, mixed media on canvas, 90” x 64”

Audra Kohout, Beekeeper, assemblage, 10” x 8” x 6.5”

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

Melissa Herrington, Neptune ghost-clad, paler than the moon. My mind sings the same as you, V, mixed media on canvas, 48”x 48” 4 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

Kimberly Witham, The Devil is in the Details, pigment on rag paper, various sizes

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Top right: Kelli Scott Kelley, Meeting, acrylic and thread on re-purposed fabric, 57” diameter Top left: Lynn Sanders, Amorphous, acrylic on canvas, 48”x36” Bottom right: Daniel Minter, Ma Raineys Black Bottom, painted carving, 32”x24” Bottom left: Ed Smith, Voice of Reason, oil on canvas, 54”x46”

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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 Melissa Jader, Play, 11” x 30”, oil on two acrylic panels

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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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Robert Lange, Just the Beginning, 12” x 12”, oil on panel

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Nathan Durfee, An Ideal Evening, 14” x 18’, oil on panel

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

William Michaut, La Coin de Musique

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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.

Conchita Conigliano, Le Luxembourg

Paul Ambille, Les Trombones

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Michèle Lellouche, Marche Colore

Pierre Pivet, La Maison Bleue

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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

Kris Wenschuh, A Moment of Infinity”, 2017, 24” x 48”, oil on panel

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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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Top right: Deedra Ludwig, Glades Habitat, oil pigments, ink and graphite on panel 25” h x 28” Middle left: Benjamin Shamback, Red Oak on Twelve, 2015, 15” x 11”, oil on copper Middle right: Kathryn Hunter, Brilliance, 2017,18” x 21”, paper cut, embroidery, wool, mixed media Bottom: Billy Solitario, Clouds Over Dunes, 2017, 30” x 60”, oil on canvas

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WILLIAM CAMPBELL CONTEMPORARY ART F O R T W O R T H, T E X A S ounded in 1974 by William and Pam Campbell, William Campbell Contemporary Art exhibits high quality contemporary art in a variety of media, including paintings, works on paper, mixed-media constructions, photography, prints, ceramics, and sculpture.

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By exhibiting nationally recognized artists, along with new and emerging talent, the gallery aims to nurture an awareness and appreciation of the exciting diversity found in contemporary art. For more infromation about the artists featured and upcoming exhibits visit the gallery in person or online at www.williamcampbellcontemporaryart.com.

Left: Beverly Penn, Asclepias, bronze, 24” x 12” x 6” Below: Lloyd Martin, Blue Skip, 2016, oil on canvas, 48” x 60” Facing page: James Blake, Santa Monica Beach, Sundown, 2010, oil on canvas, 40” x 30”

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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 50 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.

Right: Nancy Franke, On Her Way, oil, 24” x 18” Below: Michele Byrne, Night at Capt’n Tony’s, oil 12” x 16”

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David Erdman, Icarus, black walnut, 45” x 28” x 16”

Rick Reinert, Courtyard Sunlight, oil on linen, 30” x 24”

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Jill Basham, Firelight, oil on linen, 30” x 30”

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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

Flowers, 72” x 57”, 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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Big Red Tree, 30” x 40”, 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

Stefan Savides, Round Twelve, 12” x17” x12”, bronze

Kim Hill, In Velvet, 11” x14”, oil

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ith deep Texas roots in the art gallery world, an eye to exceptional talent and long time focus on her artists, R.S. “Shannon” Hanna has created two beautiful art gallery spaces in Fredericksburg, Texas for collectors to experience some of the best in contemporary art. Housed in restored historic buildings, both emphasize new, fine-quality work from highly collectible artists.

The gallery will promote & showcase fine national non-profit arts groups juried shows through the year, starting with Women Artists of the West running February through June 2018. The WAOW was founded in 1971 in Norco, California by a small group of professional women artists who wanted to work together, network, and pool their efforts in their quest for expanding their artistry, markets and painting careers. The gallery will also be hosting five evening receptions in conjunction with First Friday Art Walk in Fredericksburg. Artists will be on hand during the day and evening hours doing demonstrations for First Friday Art Walks. 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.

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Morten, E. Solberg, Wild Horse Canyon, 12” x 24”, acrylic

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Left: Peter Fiore, Scarlet Carpet-November, 12” x 12”, oil Middle left: Rex Douglas White, Curly Maple and Bubinga Desk, 43.5” X 27.5” X 30” Middle right: Diane Massey Dunbar, City Scape in Green, 8” x 8”, oil Bottom: Morten E. Solberg, Waiting For The Salmon, 23” x 40”, watercolor acrylic

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

B Hamid Ebrahimifar, sculpture

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Robyn Hazard, oil on canvas

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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 fifty professional artists. Featured here is the work of Andy Braitman. Andy Braitman has been exhibiting his work since 1975. Originally, the focus was primarily non-representational work. By 1995, he was married and had three boys, and had drastically changed his painting style. He has been developing as a representational painter for the last seventeen years and now is blending the first twenty years with the last twenty years of his painting life to develop his present voice and style. His hope is that the collectors of his work will discover what he finds so passionately worthy of his lifelong pursuit. 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 online at www.lagerquistgallery.net.

The Bath, 46” x 46”

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Autumn Night On The River, 36” x 48”

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Green Water Marsh, 48” x 60”

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Charleston Desire I, 40” x 40”

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

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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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ANN JACKSON GALLERY R O S W E L L, G E O R G I A

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ounded in 1971, Ann Jackson Gallery is a family owned business located in Historic Roswell Georgia. The gallery carries a variety of mediums, including oils, acrylics, works on paper, sculpture and glass. We pride ourselves in carrying some of the finest artwork available in the Southeast including hand-embellished digital fine art prints, lithographs and serigraphs. The gallery is one of only 30 galleries worldwide licensed to represent The Art of Dr. Seuss Collection. The Gallery has in-house art consultation for office or residential, as well as an art locator service, art installation and art restoration services. They also offer interior design services in addition to employing our very own custom framing department on the premises. Featured here are the works of Aziz Kadmiri and Victoria Jackson. On November 18th, 2017 the gallery will host, Spaces Between, New Works by these two artists. A reception with the artists will be held 6pm - 9pm. For more information visit www.AnnJacksonGallery.com. Growing up in Morocco, Aziz Kadmiri was captivated by the dramatic landscapes which surrounded him. His extraordinary works of art reflect this fascination.At the age of nineteen, Aziz moved to Switzerland and attended École Hôtelière de Lausanne. After graduation he moved to Paris, France, where received his master’s degree at the Université Paris-Dauphine and began a career in hotel management. While in Paris, the more contemporary style of art moved Aziz’s spirit and his love of painting grew, eventually leading him to paint full-time. Aziz’s inspiration for his work comes primarily from his travels through Morocco and Europe. With a dramatic flair and a bold use of color, his imaginative visions encompass everything from familiar city skylines to surreal landscapes with spectacular imagery reflected on tranquil water. Each of Aziz’s paintings produces a different emotion in the viewer, allowing him or her to transcend the present moment and venture into a place within the mind of a passionate artist.

Aziz Kadmiri, Angelina, 24”X72”, acrylic/canvas

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Aziz Kadmiri, Sacre Coeur, 36” X 60”, acrylic on canvas

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“As a fourth generation artist, I was surrounded by art all my life. My earliest memories of painting began when I was around 4 years old. Growing up with 7 brothers and sisters created some challenges for my mother, whose passion was creating beautiful works of art. Entertainment came in the form of building something, whether it was clay, paint, wood or paper. We were always creating something. I can remember painting with my mother on the same canvas. She would start painting at the top of the canvas and I would start at the bottom. When I grew tired, she would finish the painting. My mother and father opened the Ann Jackson Gallery in 1971. It is the oldest art gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. I always worked in the family business, representing well- known artists, but would continue to quietly paint when I could find time. Painting was something that I loved to do just for me. In 1999, I gave birth to a medically fragile child. His only chance to live was to rely on machines for the first four years of his life. When he was born, I wanted to support other families who had medically fragile children but who did not have the support that I had. So I began having fundraisers. The first fundraiser, called Auction for Hope, was held at the gallery. People were excited to donate money for my paintings! It was at this event that I knew what my mission in life was: to paint and do good will. Most of my paintings are of a turbulent Victoria Jackson, Spaces Between, 48”X60”, acrylic/canvas sky crossing over a vast landscape, but somewhere above there is always a glimpse of a brighter day coming. I believe through adversity comes tranquility, and I want my paintings to reflect hope and tranquility. I love all art, and found that creating abstracts gave me a good balance in my creative process. Although they are so different from my traditional landscapes, they give me great pleasure and the opportunity to just play with my paint. Much of my inspiration comes from my travels through Morocco and France. Morocco is a country with many colors, with rich forests, mountains and the Sahara. Along with the Atlantic and Mediterranean, it is truly awe inspiring. The beautiful scenic landscape in the south of France has always been a great influence on me. My favorite place of all is Aix-En-Provence and, like so many famous artists before me, I go there for inspiration.”-Victoria Jackson

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Victoria Jackson, Taking My Time, 43” X 70”, acrylic on canvas

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TAYLOR KINZEL GALLERY R O S W E L L, G E O R G I A

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aylor Kinzel Gallery offers a wide variety of original paintings, mixed media, sculpture, glass, and unique jewelry by nationally renowned Southern Artists. The gallery offers personalized artist commissions, custom framing, complementary in-home consultation, delivery, and installation. Gallery owners, Mary Kinzel Means and Patrick Taylor, established their partnership as successful art brokers in 1993. Since then, they have immersed themselves in the Atlanta art scene through extensive experience at established area galleries and museums. In 2003, they combined their shared passion and knowledge for the arts with the opening of Taylor Kinzel Gallery just outside Atlanta in charming Historic Roswell. Visit in person or online at www.taylorkinzelgallery.com.

Left: Marilyn Sparks. Seaside, oil on canvas, 40” x 30” Below: Marilyn Sparks, Old Blue, oil on canvas, 30” x 30”

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Above: Greg Osterhaus, Short Horns Baby Bull, oil on canvas, 30”x 30” Left: Greg Osterhaus, Pale Over Crimson, oil on canvas, 30”x 24” Below: Greg Osterhaus, Backroads, oil on canvas, 24”x30”

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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

Lese Corrigan, Grace Chapel, Rockville, woodcut, 12� x 9�

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pening its doors in September, 2005, Corrigan Gallery exhibits works of ar both representational and abstract possessing the chram 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 newar East Bay or online at www.corrigangallery.com.

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Elizabeth O’Neill Verner, Looking West from Church on Tradd ca. 1914, oil on canvas, 14” x 18”

John Moore, photograph

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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 twentyfive 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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Left: Emily Allison, A Nesting State of Mind, papier-mâchÊ and found objects Below: Glenda Brown, Standing Tall, oil on copper Facing page: Michael Hooper, Solitude Between Two, acrylic on wood panel

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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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For information on upcoming Gallery shows and events or to inquire about the Gallery as the venue for your event space visit www.canarygalleryllc.com or contact the Gallery.

Top: Sam Collins, Miss M, digital on aluminum, 36” x 24” Middle left: Patty B. Driscoll, Matriarch Series, 6” x 6”, oil on canvas Middle right: Isabelle Gautier, Less is More,13” x 13”, acrylic and gold leaf on canvas Bottom: Nancy Lloyd, Sunlit Stroll, 12” x 12”, oil on panel

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Elias Katsaros, Still Life Fruit & Flowers, 24” x 24”, oil on canvas

William J. Rushton, Enrico, 26 3/4” x 33 3/4”, framed, charcoal life drawing on acid free paper sight-sized

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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

Ducks On the Lagoon, 30” x 30”, oil

Oystermen at Last Light, 30” x 30”, oil

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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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STELLERS GALLERY P O N T E V E D R A, F L O R I D A

John Schuyler, Respiro 83, mixed media on canvas, 64” x 60”

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tellers Gallery at Ponte Vedra is a boutique art gallery located in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida featuring the very best of local and regional artists. For over 15 years the gallery’s vision has been to increase the accessibility of fine art by promoting and placing quality artwork. With a focus on guiding and educating clients in their selection, Stellers Gallery at Ponte Vedra offers professional consultation with stylized creativity, custom framing, installation and corporate collection services. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.StellersGallery.com.

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Right: Laura Browning, Saltwater, oil on canvas, 30”x40” Middle left: Jennifer JL Jones, Maree, mixed media on panel, 48” x 60” Middle right: Erin Gregory, Hide and Seek no. 6, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 48” Bottom left: Laura Lacambra Shubert, Pink Bowls, oil/acrylic on canvas, 36” x 48” Bottom right: Chelsea Goer, Coastal Company, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 60”

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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 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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Sandra Sell, Finding the Flow (c)

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Donnie Copeland, STR 97 (c)

Jason Sacron, City Limits (c)

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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. November will be The Fredericksburg Art Galleries annual Contemporary Masters Invitational Show. Opening reception will be November 3rd, 2017 from 6 to 8p.m. and will be shown the entire month. The C.M.I Show is free and open to the public and consists of the galleries top ten artists. The month of December will be a miniature show, great for gift giving during the holiday season. The opening reception will be December1st, 2017 from 6 to 8p.m. Visit www.fbgartgallery.com for more information.

Dalhart Windberg, Texas Landscape, oil, 24” x 24”

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Chuck Mauldin, Oreo Cows, oil, 18” x 24”

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Sir John Seerey-Lester, Keeper of Secrets, acrylic, 36” x 60”

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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

ustin Gaffrey’s style of art has changed over the years and tends to evolve continuously. The beginning days of his art started in a Folklore genre that told stories about life with Southern coastal roots. Justin traveled to Europe and visited museums that displayed Van Gogh where his work captivated my next evolution of Sunflowers and Poppies. These paintings were the launch of his art career.

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Since then, Justin Gaffrey has emerged his style on a continuous basis by sculpting with heavy-bodied acrylic paint and using palette knives, spatulas and other culinary tools. New forms have developed because of this exploration including organic nests, wildlife, seascapes and lakescapes along with other coastal scenery depictions. In 2013, Justin Gaffrey expanded his art by including contemporary sculptures and mixed media designs. Justin’s contemporary works reflect the way he views the human condition and behaviors.

These pieces are very dear to him because they come from his inner self and are not so aesthetically focused. At the beginning of 2017, Justin Gaffrey started collecting objects he found around his house and outdoor markets to create assemblage art. He would take these objects and arrange them in hundreds of ways and take photos of them until I had a look I wanted that told the story I want to express. Then he painted many of these scenes and made contemporary sculptures out of the found objects. His latest body of work is called “Absurd Form.” With these pieces, he has painted wildlife forms to tell the stories of provoking thoughts that are lurking inside. -Amanda Kaiser, Art Director The Justin Gaffrey Gallery is also excited to announce the production of prints of selected paintings coming this winter, 2017 and 2018. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.justingaffrey.com.

Top: For Grandma, 60” x 48” Left: Dare You, 36” x 36”

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Top left: You are Very Special, 48” x 48” Top right: Help, 48” x 48” Bottom left: Let It Out, 48” x 60” Bottom right: Loud But Soft, 48” x 48”

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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

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

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East Side, 48” x 48”, venetian plaster with acrylics on wood

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Bayou, 40” x 60”, venetian plaster with acrylics on wood

Vanna, 66” x 48”, venetian plaster with acrylics on wood

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

Rachel Fowler, Botanical, relief print, 22” x 30”

Rachel Fowler, Leaf, ink on paper 22” x 30”

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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 ior online at www.TheAtchisonGallery.com.

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Carolyn Goldsmith, Untitled, acrylic on canvas, 40” x 60”

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Cynthia Massey, Parsons Candy Store, watercolor 17” x 22”

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

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. Featured here are works from his Luxe Lifestyle Collection. Visit the gallery in person or online at www.ClintEagarDesign.com.

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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

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.

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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.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

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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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THE JOHNSON COLLECTION S P A R T A N B U R G, S O U T H C A R O L I N A he Johnson Collection seeks to illuminate the rich history and diverse cultures of the American South. With holdings that offer an extensive survey of artistic activity from the late eighteenth century to the present day, the collection works to advance interest in the dynamic role that the art of the South plays in the larger context of American art. Located in Spartanburg, the Johnson Collection is a recipient of the Governor’s Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Award for the Arts, South Carolina’s highest honor in the field.

T Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), Time + Ties, 1990, acrylic on fabric laminated paper mounted on canvas, 64 1/8” x 52 5/8”

Sharing the Southern art it stewards is central to the Johnson Collection’s mission. Curated exhibitions travel to national museums of note, and the collection’s website showcases over half of its more than one thousand objects. The collection’s third touring exhibition, Scenic Impressions: Southern Interpretations from the Johnson Collection, is presently on view at Telfair Museums in Savannah, Georgia. Next summer, the collection will release its fourth scholarly book, Central to Their Lives: Southern Women Artists in the Johnson Collection; the companion exhibition of the same title will debut at the Georgia Museum of Art in Athens. For more information visit online at www.thejohnsoncollection.org.

William H. Johnson (1901-1970), Boats in the Harbor, Kerteminde, circa 1930-1931, oil on burlap, 21 1/2” x 25”

Lloyd Branson (1853-1925), Still Life with Peaches, 1895, oil on canvas, 17” x 23 7/8”

James Walker (1819-1889), The Battle of Gettysburg: Repulse of Longstreet’s Assault, July 3, 1863, circa 1864-1870, oil on canvas, 90” x 240”. On view at Spartanburg County Public Libraries Headquarter

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Leo Twiggs (born 1934), Requiem for Mother Emanuel #7, 2016, batik, 30” x 24”

Marie Hull (1890-1980), Red Parrots, circa 1926, oil on canvas, 25 1/8” x 25 1/8”

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Josef Albers (1888-1976), Naples Yellow Center + 2 Greens + Black, 1948, oil on board, 25 3/8” x 19 5/8”

Anthony Thieme, (1888-1954),Rain in the South, oil on canvas board, 20” x 24”

Edmund Yaghjian (1903-1997), Park Street Grocery, circa 1975, polymer on Masonite, 22” x 28”

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ROD FRAZER M O N T G O M E R Y, A L A B A M A

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ontgomery, Alabama has been given two magnificent bronze statues, thanks to Rod Frazer. The statues, by world-famous sculptor, James Butler, are in honor of our military who fought in World War l. One statue, Daedalus, is located at Maxwell Air Force base, home to the fraternal order of WWl military pilots, The Order of the Daedalians. The other, Rainbow Soldier, is in front of Union Station where soldiers, on August 28th, 1917, boarded trains off to war and returned as heroes. The Rainbow Soldier is a second casting with the original standing at Croix Rouge Farm, France, the site of their famous battle. A plaque is placed below the statue with a quote from Gen. Douglas McArthur: Two battalions of the 167th Infantry assisted by the 168th Infantry on the left, with the greatest courage and most severe losses, seized Croix Rouge Farm on the point of the bayonet. The unexpectedness and violence, and the difficulty of this vital operation cannot be overestimated; the gallantry and courage of the assaulting troops has never been excelled in the Rainbow’s history. A business and civic leader, Korean war veteran and silver star recipient and son of a WWI purple heart recipient, Rod Frazer is the author of “Send the Alabamians: World War I Fighters in the Rainbow Division. The book documents the bravery and courage of those Alabamians who fought in the 167th Infantry Regiment of the WWI Rainbow Division in eastern France near the end of the war.

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Daedalus by James Butler, R.A., US Air Force photo by Donna Burnett

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DEBRA JOY GROESSER R A L S T O N, N E B R A S K A

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ebra Joy Groesser received her BFA degree in art in 1978. She has studied with renowned artists Kevin Macpherson, Scott Christensen, Kim English, John Cosby and Kenn Backhaus. Debra is passionate about plein air painting in oils. Her landscape paintings have garnered national recognition and awards. Being outdoors in God’s creation, whether in her perennial garden, in the mountains or by the sea, provides her endless inspiration for her work. Debra’s ability to capture mood, emotion, atmosphere and a sense of place in her work attracts collectors, both private and corporate, worldwide. Debra also paints portraits and figurative works. Visit online at www.debrajoygroesser.com for more of her works.

Above: Breezy Morning Ephraim Beach, 10” x 20”, oil Middle: Dancing in the Light, 9” x 12”, oil Right: Morning Glory, 24” x 30”, oil

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BETH WEBB A T L A N T A, G E O R G I A I always say one cannot live well without being centered, content and connected to your home. Balance and a sense of well-being is as central to my design as line, form, texture and color. Homes need to be restorative sanctuaries, easy to live in and rich with detail. Rooms are meant to be felt as much as seen. I think my interiors would be best described as clean, edited, and timeless with a restrained use of color, an abundance of texture and washed with light. Classic interiors with enduring and essential furnishing choices like a classic wardrobe should be elegant and comfortable. I believe we all long to be nourished by our homes- inspired and restored- with lasting beauty and genuine happiness always being the end goal. The truest gift of interior design is the opportunity it affords us to create meaningful, thoughtful, entirely personal spaces for my clients.” -Beth Webb

Beth Webb creates style sanctuaries—natural compositions that provide equal parts lasting wellbeing and transformative physical beauty. Known for incorporating classic proportions and iconic design details into uplifting light filled spaces, her design philosophy demonstrates how our five senses transport the instinctive process of design into the tangible. For more on Beth’s new book and her design services visit www.BethWebb.com.

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KELLIE LEHR

On the Rocks 8” x 10”, acrylic on panel

Miami, Florida 305.528.4971

www.boswellmourot.com

Little Rock, AR 501.664.0030


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 72 Art Galleries&Artists of the South

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Terry Lynn, Gather, 18” x 68”, acrylic and collage on canvas

Terry Lynn, Ritual, 48” x 36”, acrylic and collage on canvas

Terry Lynn, Gin, 83” x 60”, acrylic and collage on canvas

TERRY LYNN NOVEMBER 10 - 28 690 Miami Circle #125 Atlanta, Georgia 30324 www.lagerquistgallery.net


Clayton Sammons, Final Flight, 14 x 14 inches, Oil on Wood

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7000 E HWY 30A WATERSOUND, FL 32413 | 850.502.5251 | WWW.ALLISONWICKEY.COM

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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ATCHISON GALLERY MOUNTAIN BROOK VILLAGE 2847 CULVER ROAD BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 205.871.6233

Carolyn Goldsmith, Untitled, acrylic on canvas, 40” x 60”

Carolyn Goldsmith, Untitled, acrylic on canvas, 30” x 40”

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New Topography, 45”x 20”, hand stitched cotton and linen fabric

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Kelly Harwood, New Dawn, acrylic on canvas

202 Second Avenue South Franklin, Tennessee GALLERY202ART.COM

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SPACES BETWEEN New work from Victoria Jackson and Aziz Kadmiri

Saturday November 18th, 2017 Reception with the artists from 6pm to 9pm

Ann Jackson Gallery 932 Canton Street | Roswell GA 30075 770.993.4783 | AnnJacksonGallery.com Victoria Jackson, Construct, 48” X 48” acrylic / canvas

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

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

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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.

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

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

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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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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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George Schmidt, Flowers, 72” x 57”, oil on canvas

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Art Galleries&Artists of the South Fall 2017  

We’re right brain so we don’t like a lot of words! Art Galleries&Artists of the South magazine showcases beautiful art galleries with world...

Art Galleries&Artists of the South Fall 2017  

We’re right brain so we don’t like a lot of words! Art Galleries&Artists of the South magazine showcases beautiful art galleries with world...