Midsouth Artists

Dani Harris – http://www.daniharrisstudio.com/

Meredith Slover Wilson – http://www.slover-wilson-art.com/home

Toneeke – http://www.toneeke.com/

Women Painters of the Southeast – http://www.womenpaintersse.blogspot.com/

Gwendolyn Magee – http://www.gwenmagee.com/about.html

Yvette Touchet – http://yvette.carbonmade.com/

Sibella – http://www.myspace.com/sibellaband

Valerie June- http://valeriejune.com/

Wendy Moten – http://www.wendymoten.com/#!biography

 

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  1. CALL FOR ARTISTS
    St. George’s Arts Alliance Presents the 9th Annual
    Fine Art Show and Sale
    November 3 & 4, 2012
    If you would like to apply for participation in the Ninth Annual St. George’s Arts Alliance Fine Art Show and Sale, please submit 6 to 8 images representing your current work. Submission should be in the form of 5 x 7 or 8.5 x 11 photographs or high quality digital photos. Please indicate the medium, original size, and price of the artwork. Please also include a self-addressed, stamped envelope or mailer so that we may return your samples to you following the selection process.
    Please mail to:
    St. George’s Arts Alliance
    8235 Dogwood Rd.
    Germantown, TN 38139
    In order to be considered for inclusion in this show, artwork must be submitted NO LATER THAN JULY 31, 2012. Decisions by the Selection Committee will be made by
    August 15, 2012.
    For more information or questions please contact Timmi Warlick, 261-2395 or twarlick@sgis.org or Jennifer Bennett, 901-652-5822 or jenhbennett@me.com.
    All information online at http://www.SGISArtShow.org.
    Thank you for your interest in the 2012 St. George’s Arts Alliance Fine Arts Show and Sale.
    More about our about St. George’s Fine Art Show and Sale: Each year, St. George’s and the Arts Alliance hosts an exhibit and fine art sale featuring local and regional artists. Hundreds of pieces of artwork are on display and are available for purchase by both St. George’s families and the public. It is both an opportunity for artists to introduce their work to a large number of serious collectors of fine art, as well as those beginning to learn who the important regional artists are. Artists are able to sell their pieces, and a percentage (30%) of the proceeds goes to enhance the arts programs of all three campuses of St. George’s Independent School.

    • Thank you so very much for checking out WfPAC’s page/site! If ever you and St. George’s AA would like to work together on a women’s art (theme or artists), please do let me know!

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