Announcing the Main Street Gallery Winter Newsletter

Miriam Martin #11205 "Night in the City" Acrylic on Canvas 12" x 16"

Oops, it’s almost Spring!

Okay, we are a little late with this newsletter since it is almost Spring,
but that just means we have been busy!  So, what’s happening?  Lots of new ideas,
items, and artists!







Popli Jewelry

Popli Bracelet


One of our new jewelry lines is Popli, made from vintage cookie tins.










Winter Exhibit

Dorethey Gorham painting

Dorethey Gorham #101001 "New Snowfall" acrylic on canvas 22" x 28" (includes frame)

We have a new group exhibit in our upstairs gallery space.  Snow scenes by
Georgia artists, Edna Armour, Dorethey Gorham, and Amy Payne among others.
Check out our exhibition page to see who is showing and to view more works by each artist, simply click on their individual pages.







New Finds

OL Samuels sculpture

OL Samuels #11201 "Bird Castle" 41"H x 17" x 11" Mixed Media

OL Samuels knocked us out with his new birdhouse!  It’s a glittering palace that only OL could conjure up.   That creation and other wonderful pieces are now available to you from Mary Proctor, OL Samuels, Cornbread, and Miriam Martin,  (who is a going-strong 95 year old self-taught painter).










Summer and Fall Exhibition Line-Up

We will begin offering monthly shows again in the Spring.  Those already scheduled include Sarah Rakes beginning Memorial Day weekend, Cornbread is scheduled for July and Dorethey Gorham will be our featured artist in October.
Stay tuned for more!

Seasonal Hours

Just to let you know, January brought seasonal hours for us.  Now through April, the gallery will be open four days a week.  Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays 10:30 to 4:30, and Saturday 10:30 to 5:00.  Come visit!

Talk to us

Our customers always have creative ideas. Are we missing something you would like to see?  Tell us!  We always like to hear from you.

Jeanne and Donn

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