“Empowering Creative Minds”

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See the Local Art tab for art featuring scenes of Oxford.

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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Biggest, Baddest Art Show in Progress!

The annual Biggest, Baddest Art Show is in progress!

If you haven't had a chance to view the extraordinary talent, come by anytime to the Powerhouse between 9 and 5 Monday through Friday and after hours for special events.

The show will be available until December 19th. 

The show was professionally judged this year by Caron Gallery in Tupelo.  In addition, all reception attendees voted on their favorite work!

Winners are:

Best in Show:  Cecil Bower  - Wooden Vase

1st:   Patricia Weathersby - Xavier - Acrylic

2nd:  Catherine Smith - Moo - Watercolor

3rd:  Debbie Myers - Sunflowers - Watercolor/Mixed Media

Honorable Mention:  Nancy Mitchell - Shoreline - Acrylic

Peoples' Choice:  Tammy Oliver Cook - "Last Light" - Oil

Best in Show - Cecil Bowers

1st - Xavier - Patricia Weathersby

2nd - Moo - Catherine Smith

3rd - Sunflowers - Debbie Myers

Honorable Mention - Shoreline - Nancy Mitchell

To bad, so sad - You missed out on these works!  Jim Hendrix - Early Morning Courthouse, Barbara Baine - Excavating, Caren Watts - 50's Floral, and Janet Barnes - Taylor Grocery are already sold! 

Early Morning Courthouse - Jim Henrix

Excavation - Barbara Baine

Taylor Grocery - Janet Barnes

50's Floral - Caren Watts

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Biggest, Baddest Art Show!

The annual Biggest, Baddest Art Show is in progress at the Powerhouse!

The show will exhibit now until December 19th.

Works may be viewed from 9-5 and after hours during special events.

Please join us for a meet the artists reception on Tuesday, November 15th from 6-8.

Winners of the juried show will be announced and all attendees will have a chance to vote for their favorite work!

Bill Perry will be performing throughout the evening.

Appetizers and beverages will be served and the public is invited to attend.

Here are a few of the  over 50 paintings that are on display.