Gallery 220 is a co-operative gallery which was organized just five weeks after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Mississippi Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005. Located just a few blocks from the beach in an historic building in Old Town Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, Gallery 220 comprises a group of artists and business people who rose to the formidable challenges which the storm presented. Thanks to the perseverance and hard work of building owners Jenise McCardell and Mark Currier of Clay Creations, the building was cleaned out and repaired in time for the October Second Saturday Artwalk, a much loved tradition in Old Town.
Following is a list of the artists. We invite you all to visit us here in beautiful Bay St. Louis.
Michelle Allee - Michelle is a Gulf Coast artist who resides in Pass Christian, Mississippi. Her primary medium is acrylic paints, which she applies to unique textural surfaces. While Michelle has taken instruction internationally in various art techniques, she is primarily self-taught. Michelle has exhibited her work in galleries in Arizona, Texas, New Jersey, Virginia, Mississippi, Washington D.C. and Louisiana. Michelle's work my be seen at www.michelleallee.com.
Scott Blackwell - Scott creates all those wonderfully wacky fish with the big lips that contribute vivid splashes of color all over the area. Scott's work may be found at http://www.mombocompany.com.
Barbara Brodtmann - Barbara works in many medias including watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media colla
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