Fall Colors and Colorful New Folk Art
As the change of seasons brings color to the mountains, lots of colorful changes are also taking place at Main Street Gallery.
We are chock full of new art and a great variety of unusual and handmade gift items.
Jay Schuette Exhibition
The Jay Schuette exhibition
“The Great Underneath,” opened October 22.
Jay greeted fans and talked about his new
work which is inspired by his imagined
tale about the dangers of horticulture.
Through November 15.
Can’t make it? Click here to view the paintings.
Fun, Functional and Fabulous Pottery
Vicki Miller has developed a new red glaze
after more than a year’s hiatus while she experimented with new options to replace the
lead based glaze which is no longer available.
We are pleased to have her cheery vases in
stock once again.
Beautiful, functional pottery, fine in the oven,microwave and dishwasher, by new Main Street Gallery artist, John Nickerson, is plentiful.
John’s pieces include berry bowls,colanders,
trays, platters, casseroles, vases,
Travis Barnes is now creating food-safe
wooden vessels. Salad bowl beauties
Thinking About the Holidays Yet?
We have been! We have ornaments galore—
birds of may feathers and rabbits ‘coons and
foxes and pigs – all made
of palm tree fiber.
There are old-fashioned
glass garlands and orna_
ments. We have pugs,
dalmations, and dachsunds made of
paper mache. And, as always, we have angel
ornaments by Cedar
Chan, and stars and cats by Sarah Rakes.
New Art Arrives Daily
The Christmas small works exhibit opens November 19 in our upstairs gallery. The Arts Tour is November 11-13. In conjunction, Marsha Vrono joins us again with a trunk show of her beautiful jewelry, Saturday, November 12 from 12:00 to 2:00.
We look forward to your visit. This is a beautiful time of year to be in north Georgia.
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