Saturday from 9 to 3, Jennifer Pace's Pottery Studio and Boarding House will have a Christmas open house.
Location: 1302 N. Main Street, Water, Valley.
“Empowering Creative Minds”If you are interested in any of the art featured on this site, please contact us!
See the Local Art tab for art featuring scenes of Oxford.
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Tuesday, November 5, 2013
The Biggest, Baddest Art Show
The Oxford Artists' Guild presents its annual Biggest, Baddest, Art Show currently exhibiting now through December 14th at the Powerhouse. The show may be viewed Monday through Friday from 9 - 5. Over 40 local artists with more than 70 unique, original works varying from pottery, basketry, iron, fabric, wood, and paintings of all media are on display and for sale. A meet and greet the artists' reception will be held on Tuesday, November 12th from 6 - 8 featuring live music by Bill Perry. On hand for the reception, will be several of the guild's artisans with original hand-crafted jewelry.
YAC is one of our communities biggest art supporters. They are relentless in creating opportunities for us a guild, as individual artists, and for the community of art in general.
Upcoming is the ornament auction. Please make and contribute an ornament to them. With the donation of an ornament, you will receive a one year YAC membership and two tickets to the ornament auction which will be held on Thursday, December 12. The auction is a lot of fun!
Some ornaments will be featured in the Invitation. To be in this, your ornament must be turned in on/by November 11. It is advisable to wrap your ornament and put it in a container (especially if it is fragile). The final deadline is December 5. You may drop off your ornament at the Power House between 9 and 5, Monday through Friday.
Also, there is a contest in which YAC could win a "Van-go" - literally an art van. This will not cost any money and you don't have to donate. You just have to vote.
There is a specific day in which you vote. If you vote on the wrong day, you vote for someone else. Please ask everyone you know to vote. They win, we all win.
Here is some specific information:
On November 15th, the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council needs your vote on 100CarsforGood.com sponsored by Toyota. On Friday November 15th the YAC will try to collect the most votes in order to win a dedicated mobile arts education vehicle that will allow us to take arts education programs and classes into the communities and neighborhoods who need them the most. The organization with the most votes everyday wins a 2014 Toyota vehicle of our choice- in our case a "Van-Go".
Help us build this program by voting on the website 100CarsForGood.com . You can go to this site and set a reminder for you to vote for the YAC on the 15th. You can also SHARE our message from this page and invite your friends to vote as well.
If you have any questions about 100CarsForGood, our program, or our outreach classes please feel free to email YAC or call Stacy at 662-236-6429.
Here is a brief video explaining why the arts are important and how this van will help us do more:
Please help YAC!!
Friday, October 18, 2013
Lucas Yates one of our youth members. He has just returned from an opening reception which was held on October 5th in California. His work sold in the first 15 minutes!! Way to go Lucas!!
Hidden Truths, the Mind Unraveled
at the Susan Nelson Art Gallery in Newport Beach, CA
Saturday, October 5, 2013
Under The Gulf, 2013 has been selected to be apart of the Bombay Artisan Series held on October 5th, at 527 Julia Street, New Orleans. The one night event is from 6-9pm and is apart of Julia's Street, Art for Art Sake.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Friday, October 11 from 10-6 on the Courthouse Lawn
Members of OAG will be exhibiting and selling unique and original art with various mediums including Oils, Acrylics, Water Color, Mixed Media, Jewelry, Photography, Basketry by Mark Barnes, and hand made wooden toys by Red Byrd.
Other artists include: Debbie Myers, Pam Locke, Cindy Aune, Charles Chapin, Jim McCauley, Marge McCauley, Marilyn Inman, Tiffeny Owens, Katherine Adams, Carol Smith, Carolyn Watson, Lori Leigh Blaylock, Janet Barnes, Linda Peters, Debi Jenkins, and Dee Dee Weaver.