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"Sun, Fun and The Arts"
The Artists Group of Memphis will display their artwork throughout the month of July in St. George’s Art Gallery at 2425 S. Germantown Road, Germantown. The exhibit entitled “Sun, Fun and the Arts” will hang from July 1 – 30. The Artists Group of Memphis is comprised of about 15 local artists that have fun showing their art together in the Memphis area. The exhibit is curated by Joy Routt and will feature art work in oils, acrylic, watercolor and photography by Judy Nocifora, Missy George, Wayne and Sherry Carpenter, Phyllis Boger, Lisa Balton, Charlene Graves, Cherie Robinson, Joy Phillips Routt, Caroline Brown, John and Judith Webb, Linda Lucchesi, Dina Phillips, Luke Bettendorf and Susie Richmond. Art Gallery hours are 10 am to 4 pm Monday - Friday and 9 am to 12:30 pm on Sundays.
"Hidden Talents - Parish Artists," an exhibit of art works showcasing the talents of 12 members of St. George's Episcopal Church, will be the May exhibit in St. George's Art Gallery at 2425 S. Germantown Road, Germantown. Joy Routt, who curated the exhibit says, “When we began to recruit for the exhibit, we had no idea just how many artists might be sitting in our pews, worshiping alongside us on Sundays; but as the word spread, people came forth to share their talents with us, some were professional artists, some hobbyists, all with remarkable talent that we will be showcasing in the Art Gallery.” Some of the artists are well known and exhibit with other Memphis area groups; for others, this will be a first exhibit. The show will include photography, paintings in oil, acrylics and watercolors. Those exhibiting will be Cherie Robinson, working in mixed medium, mostly acrylic on wood; Susie Richmond, oil paintings; Caroline Brown, photography; Sherry and Wayne Carpenter, mixed medium with oils, acrylic, water colors and photography; Luke Bettendorf, acrylic paintings; Glynis and Stan Sampson, photography; Missy George, working min mixed mediums with acrylic and fabric; Denise Bovo-Fischer, photography; Bill Hanson, mixed medium, and Joy Phillips Routt, mixed medium on wood and canvas.
The show will hang from May 1 to May 31. Art Gallery hours are 10 am to 4 pm Monday - Friday and 9 am to 12:30 pm on Sundays.
April 2016 Exhibit
“Mélange” -- Alliance Française Art Show April 1-24, 2016
“Mélange”, an art show featuring the members of the Memphis chapter of the Alliance Française, will be held in the Gallery of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Germantown April 1-24, 2016 with a reception on Friday, April 8th from 6-8pm.
Sixteen artist-members will be displaying their works in various media. There will be paintings in oils and acrylics, watercolors, other works on paper, photography, textiles and sculptures. Some of the artists have shown their work regionally, nationally, and internationally. For others this exhibit will be their debut. Among the artists participating are: Michele Allen, Rebecca Chappell, Michele Crump, Jim Eubanks, Richard Fisher, Sharon Grinspan, Christine Lemons, Sally Markell, Rouben Simonian, Patrice & Parker Suttle, and Fréderique Zindy.
COLORED PENCIL SOCIETY EXHIBIT HONORS GUS STAUB
Members of the local chapter of the Colored Pencil Society of America will exhibit their work at St. George’s Art Gallery October 4th through 25th. According to Pat Simon, spokesperson for the group, “This year’s exhibit is a tribute to Gus Staub, a valued friend and group past president, who died in January 2014. Gus was a retired architect who produced beautiful artwork with his colored pencils and was always open to learning and sharing new techniques.”
A reception to meet and greet the artists and awards ceremony will be held at the Art Gallery on October 17 at 6:30 pm at which time Gus Staub’s wife, Martha Ann, will be there to choose and present a special “Gus Staub Award.”
Local Mississippi artist Rose Sitton works primarily in acrylic/water media, and mixed media in a wide range of subjects including street scenes, florals, landscapes and abstracts, working with a variety of subjects, mediums, and techniques. Her vibrantly colored contemporary abstract will surely catch your eye at her new solo exhibit at St. George’s Art Gallery at St. George’s Episcopal Church, 2425 S. Germantown Road from September 6 through 27. A reception to meet and greet the artist is scheduled for Friday, September 4th from 6-8 pm.
Ms. Sitton particularly enjoys working with abstracts (non-representational art) by creating contemporary abstracts which have added more depth and dimension to her paintings. In her art she brings together shape, color, texture, and linear elements for originality and individuality. Abstract art allows her imagination to stimulate experimentation and creativity with colors and various techniques which reflect happiness, joy and excitement in her paintings.