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Art

Oxford Floral Trunk Show

Olive Branch resident Erich Edward Emmenegger will showcase his line of ceramics, Three E Designs, in Oxford Floral on Sept. 24. The trunk show is part of a fall trunk show series hosted by Oxford Floral that takes place each Friday from 1  to 5 p.m. before University of Mississippi home football games.
Emmenegger has been creating pottery since the mid -80s. Over the years, his creations have been pictured in national and international publications, as well as received numerous national art awards. His work is featured in speciality boutiques and galleries around the country. Emmenegger  takes inspiration from the lush beauty of the south.
Three E Designs is unique and rich in creativity. The artist often uses elaborate patterns and intricate ceramic flowers to adorn his pieces. Emmenegger offers everything from teapots, cake stands, and crosses to butter trays, fruit bowls and pitchers. (September 22, 2010)

Artists on Art Lecture Series

Whose art are artists watching? Find out by attending the second and final Artists on Art lecture at the University of Mississippi Museum. This series is presented by artists will examine contemporary influence in context with his or her own work. Bring a lunch, and bring a friend!

September 30: Lou Haney, Painter and Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Mississippi Department of Art. Haney graduated cum laude from Rhodes College in Memphis with a BA in Art with a Studio Concentration. Lou received an MFA in Painting from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. Lou’s work has been exhibited at the museum in 2010, and has had solo exhibitions in California, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, and Virginia, and her work has been juried into several national exhibitions.

The University of Mississippi Museum is located at University Avenue and Fifth Street in Oxford. For more information, contact Laura Parkinson at parkinso@olemiss.edu or the University of Mississippi Museum at by calling (662) 915-7073.

 (September 19, 2010)

Artists on Art Lecture Series

Whose art are artists watching? Find out by attending Artists on Art, two Thursday noon lectures at the University of Mississippi Museum. This series presented by artists will examine contemporary influence in context with his or her own work. Bring a lunch, and bring a friend!

September 23: Katherine Rhodes Fields, Printmaker and Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Mississippi Department of Art. Fields graduated cum laude from University of the South, Sewanee in 1997, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree.  After studying Environmental Art at the Glasgow School of Art in Glasgow, Scotland she earned her MFA in 2005 at the University of Mississippi Department of Art.  Along with an extensive national exhibition record, her drawings and installations were exhibited in Stirling Scotland at the Changing Room Contemporary Gallery (2005) and in Aberdeen Scotland as part of an international drawing invitational (2004).

September 30: Lou Haney, Painter and Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Mississippi Department of Art. Haney graduated cum laude from Rhodes College in Memphis with a BA in Art with a Studio Concentration. Lou received an MFA in Painting from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. Lou’s work has been exhibited at the museum in 2010, and has had solo exhibitions in California, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Mississippi, and Virginia, and her work has been juried into several national exhibitions.

The University of Mississippi Museum is located at University Avenue and Fifth Street in Oxford. For more information, contact Laura Parkinson at parkinso@olemiss.edu or the University of Mississippi Museum at by calling (662) 915-7073. (September 19, 2010)

Artist reception

The Powerhouse Community Arts Center will host an opening reception for artist Lou Haney at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The show is free and includes a new piece Haney created for the Powerhouse, which is a 24-foot “stained-glass quilt.” (September 13, 2010)

Free Lecture Series: How to Draw

Local artist Chandra Williams concludes her month-long free lecture series, How to Draw, at noon Tuesday in the auditorium of the Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library. The  final lecture will teach attendees about “Value and the Illusion of Depth.” Please bring a pencil and notebook or sketchbook. To reserve a seat, call 234-5751

 (September 3, 2010)

Free Lecture Series: How to Draw

Local artist Chandra Williams will teach the free lecture series, How to Draw, at noon every Tuesday in September in the auditorium of the Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library. The four one-hour lectures will provide attendees with the basic tools they need to draw anything from observation. These lectures take you one a journey into the right side of your brain!  Please bring a pencil and notebook or sketchbook.
Sept. 21: Angles and Perspective
Sept. 28: Value and the Illusion of Depth
To reserve a seat, call 234-5751

 (September 3, 2010)

Free Lecture Series: How to Draw

Local artist Chandra Williams will teach the free lecture series, How to Draw, at noon every Tuesday in September in the auditorium of the Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library. The one-hour lectures will provide attendees with the basic tools they need to draw anything from observation. These lectures take you one a journey into the right side of your brain!  Please bring a pencil and notebook or sketchbook.
Sept. 14: Proportion
Sept. 21: Angles and Perspective
Sept. 28: Value and the Illusion of Depth
To reserve a seat, call 234-5751

 (September 3, 2010)

Free Lecture Series: How to Draw

Local artist Chandra Williams will teach the free lecture series, How to Draw, at noon every Tuesday in September in the auditorium of the Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library. The four one-hour lectures will provide attendees with the basic tools they need to draw anything from observation. These lectures take you one a journey into the right side of your brain!  Please bring a pencil and notebook or sketchbook.
Sept. 7: Entering the Right Side of Your Brain
Sept. 14: Proportion
Sept. 21: Angles and Perspective
Sept. 28: Value and the Illusion of Depth
To reserve a seat, call 234-5751

 (September 3, 2010)

Studio Crawl, reception

The second annual Studio Crawl, sponsored by the Water Valley Arts Council, and an art opening, will be start at Bozarts Art Gallery, 403 Main Street in Water Valley, at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10. An opening reception for “Southern Comforts,” an exhibit of the work of five artists, will be held at the gallery from 5:30 to 9 p.m. (September 1, 2010)

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