Local Art

Published on October 26th, 2020 | by TLV News


Water Valley Storefront Art Show to be November 9th through 23rd

The Water Valley Arts Council presents the 2020 Art Crawl Window
. Due to the Covid virus, our ever popular art tour of artist
studios and galleries could not take place as the normal one night
group event. So this year, we are instead having local artists
displaying their artwork in many storefront windows on Main Street.

We invite the public to stroll down main street and view artists work
through the store windows . This self guided art walk is about three
blocks long.

The tour can be taken during the day or evening. The displays will be
up starting November 9th and running through November 23rd.

The Storefront Window Show participants are :
Pat Rodrigue at Sartain’s Hardware 421 N. Main St.
Bill Warren at The Furniture Store 426 N. Main St.
Micheal T. Maxwell at North Mississippi Herald 416 N. Main St.
Mari Foster and Adrienne Brown David at Midtown Auto 413 N. Main St.
Zork Works at Mechanics Bank Community Room 319 N. Main St.
Thomas Grosskopf, Pati D’Amico,and Katherine Montegue at Bozarts Gallery 403 N. Main St.
Coulter Fussell’s Yalorun Textiles at 211 N. Main St.
Katrina Geenan at Main St. Association 207 N.Main St.
Rebekah Flake and John Terenzio at 20 South Main St.

The variety of mediums include oil and acrylic paintings, drawings, photography, quilts, collage and sculpture.

So come and take a leisurely walk down Main Street and enjoy the fine art work of our talented local artists!

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