Welcome to Balance a virtual Attic Gallery theme show in celebration of the 49 years of the Attic Gallery Featuring: Pat Abernathy Rick Anderson Sam Beibers Jean Blue DaNeal Eberly Paul Fayard Martha Ferris Kat Fitzpatrick Elayne Goodman Cat Hegman Kennith Humphrey Lucy Hunnicutt Mamie Joe Ellen Langford Susan Leavey Ron Lindsey Keith Matthews Vanda McCormick George Ann McCullough Patt Odom Susie Ranager Dale Rayburn Lesley Silver Jamie Tate Wyatt Waters Kreg Yingst We have turned to the artists again asking for BALANCE. They have painted, sculpted, and more to fill up our third floor with art in celebration of our 49th anniversary here in downtown Vicksburg. We hope you enjoy seeing all this work online. (Call to make a reservation to see the in person during business hours: 601 638 9221. To purchase call us at 601 638 9221 or call or text: 601 529 7994. Most of the work is here, so you can come pick up your purchases. The Dale Rayburn and Mamie Joe pieces are the only ones not here.
We are celebrating our 42nd anniversary of the Attic Gallery with a theme show by some of our favorite artists. The theme is Interiors/Exteriors and will open on Friday, October 4 from 7 to 9 PM at the Attic Gallery at 1101 Washington Street in downtown Vicksburg. Jamie Tate: Impilai Paul Fayard: Walkers Look for new work by: Sam Beibers Jean Blue Anne Campbell Cherie Clark Tony Davenport Anthony DiFatta Paul Fayard Kathy Gergo Elayne Goodman Will Jacks Ky Johnston Randy Jolly Ron Koehler Ellen Langford Ron Lindsey George Ann McCullough Jerrod Partridge Poor Julia Dale Rayburn Earl Simmons Jamie Tate Lesley Silver James Smithhart
(Kennith Humphrey's Unemployment Line 6 is number 6) Join us Friday, October 14 from 7 to 9 PM to celebrate 40 years of the Attic Gallery in downtown Vicksburg. We will be hanging a show of forty pieces of art created for the occasion by forty artist who have a history with the Attic. Each was given a number from one to forty as a starting point. There will be paintings, photography, collage, glass, metalwork, wood, and more. (David Lambert's Hit Me is number fifteen) The show also celebrates the Attic's standing as Mississippi's most enduring gallery. (Cathy Hegman's Alice's Eleven is number eleven) The event will be hosted on the third floor of the Attic Gallery building at 1101 Washington Street in downtown Vicksburg . For the past two years Lesley and Daniel (owners of the Attic) labored to convert the third floor space into a residence. This show will be the first time they have opened their new home to the public since they moved in at