Artist Reception July 13th, Tuesday
5:30 – 7 PM at the MVAC Gallery
Picnic appetizers with air conditioning!
This exhibit includes these area artists:
Jenn Baker – Photographic postcards of our own beautiful Guntersville Lake
Carol Bearden – Quilts with Air Force and Army motifs
Deborah Belcher – Oil paintings
Emily Busby – Blue ceramic with stars
James Davidson, Veteran – Exquisite wood boxes made of exotic woods from around the world
Eric Entrekin – Pencil, pen & ink prints and originals with military themes
Brian Guckenberger, Veteran – Acrylic landscapes in the style of Bob Ross
Marquita Jones – Log Cabin Quilt in patriotic colors
John Hackney – Acrylic paintings of a sad Statue of Liberty
David Hammock – metal art of Guntersville and Scraptocaster
Jim Harris – Owner of a pre-Civil War heirloom quilt made by a Cherokee great-great-grandmother’s great-aunt who walked the Trail of Tears but was allowed to return to Marshall County because she was half white/half Cherokee.
Dale Hill – Quilt
Ken Kelley – Chittam Wood and turned wood bowls
Karon Sue Kimmel – Photographic cards of American flags and wildlife from this area
Mark Kennemer – American flags on metal
Lynne McCrady – Star Quilt which will be raffled off in November around Veterans Day (tickets are one for $5 or five for $20)
Sue Kirkpatrick – oil painting
John Pate – Photos printed on metal bases and photobooks of America’s Bald Eagles
Becky Scheinert – Mixed media/collage 4th of July Celebration
Ken Scheinert – Owner of photo of Twin Towers a week before 9/11; Norman Rockwell photo book with patriotic illustrations
Deborah Schmidt – Ceramic Alabama mugs
Cherri Simonds – Hand-beaded jewelry with patriotic designs
Kay Gedling, VFW – Flags of American military branches
Becky Whitaker – Mixed media
Several Veterans – various media from veteran art therapy classes
And on the new MVAC Member Wall, you’ll find five abstract paintings by Lisa McLaughlin from Nashville.
Hope you can come by Tuesday or before the exhibit ends July 30th. This exhibit will be a short one, so don’t delay and don’t blink!