CALENDAR

Keep up with the latest calendar of events associated with the gallery.

January

 

January 24, 2019 | 6-8PM

Art & Wine Dinner with Cindy Aune

Join us for another lively evening at the Caron Gallery for an Art and Wine Dinner with guest artist speaker Cindy Aune with Cindy Aune Art catered by Park Heights Restaurant!

The evening features a small plate dinner served family style with 5 different wine pairings from 6-8PM, $45 per person, call the gallery at 662-205-0351 to RSVP. Cindy will discuss her artistic process in between each course.

Each table seats 8, so grab some friends and enjoy a fun night of art and wine!

January 26, 2019 |2-6PM

Painting Workshop with Cindy Aune

Join us for a painting workshop with Cindy Aune at Cindy Aune Art on Saturday, January 26th from 2-6PM! All supplies included, $65 per person; will create 2 practice pieces and a finished canvas piece. Limited spots available; call the gallery at 662-205-0351 to reserve your spot!

February

 

February 9, 2019 | 10AM-2PM

Art Demonstration featuring Cathy Talbot 

Cathy Talbot is a life-long resident of Tupelo, MS. Always interested in the arts and after raising one son, time was found for not only enjoying the arts but creating art. Classes at the National Ornamental Metal Museum and Memphis College of Arts lead her to the ancient art of enameling or the firing of glass to metal.

After a day in the corporate world, the lights are on most every night in her backyard “Empty Nest Studio”, where unique jewelry and art objects are handcrafted of copper, fine silver, and glass enamel. Depending on the desired effect, items are torch-fired or kiln-fired multiple times to achieve the high quality of glass fused to metal. View her work here!

March

 

March 21, 2019 | 5-7PM

Opening Reception for our March small works show. Details TBA!

April

 

April 11, 2019 | 6-8PM

Art and Wine Dinner, details TBA!

April 12, 2019 | 10AM-2PM

Trunk show with Elizabeth Robinson

Details TBA!

 

May

 

May 11th | 9AM-2PM

Art Demonstration with Peyton Hutchinson

She says, “I am Peyton Hutchinson, an artist who loves color!  Growing up in Mississippi instilled in me a love of the outdoors, and the beauty and drama of nature continue to be my greatest creative inspiration.  As a painter, my greatest challenge is to try to  depict all of the gorgeous colors of the landscape.  Therefore, I consider myself a colorist of contemporary landscapes.

 I graduated from the University of Mississippi with a bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and also studies at the Rhode Island School of Design.  During college, I ventured to the Marchutz School of Art in Aix en Provence, France where I fell madly in love with painting natural landscapes plein air.  That’s also where I discovered my new best friend, the palette knife!

 I live and work from my studio in Madison, Mississippi with my husband, Burney, our three children and two pups.  Locally, I have studied with renowned artists Jere Allen, Greg Cartmell, and Bob Tompkins.  I also studied impressionism with Italian artist Jerry Fresia, and Californian artist Camille Prezwodek.”

Shop her work here!

 

May 11th – 12th, 2019

Gumtree Festival, Downtown Tupelo

Details TBA!

June

 

June 15th | 10AM-2PM

Art Demonstration with Susan Wellington

Susan Wellington was born in Sasebo, Japan to a Mississippi father and a mother with a strong artistic side.The family returned to Mississippi shortly after Susan’s birth, and she has resided there ever since. As a high school senior, Susan discovered her love of art under the instruction of Frances Braswell.  She attended Millsaps College and Mississippi College where she graduated with a degree in Art Education. 

Following graduation, she spent three years teaching at Jackson Academy before returning home to start a family.  While her children were young, she began a career with the Jackson YMCA, which remains a passion. Following the death of her mother and an “empty nest,”  Susan returned to her artistic roots and began building upon her prior training.  Susan has studied watercolor with Laurel Schoolar, Wyatt Waters, Sharon Long, and Janet Rogers.  Bob Tompkins has been her primary mentor in oils, along with workshops under Joe Anna Arnett, Lucy Mazzaferro, Roger Dale Brown and Patience Heyl.  

Susan paints from life, relying on scenes from her travels and her Mississippi  home for inspiration and subject material.  She  paints weekly with the Flowood Painting Group and at Bob Tompkins Studio in Gluckstadt. Susan currently shows her work at several respected galleries.  Her work has also been seen in shows throughout the metro Jackson area and has been featured in both the Flowood Compass and Brandon Compass magazines.  Her paintings hang in private and corporate collections across the country. In her spare time, Susan enjoys reading, gardening,  traveling, and spending time with her husband, children, and grandchildren.

Shop her work here!

 

July

 

July 25, 2019 | 6-8PM

Art & Wine Dinner with Paul Fayard

Join us for another lively evening at the Caron Gallery for an Art and Wine Dinner with guest artist speaker Paul Fayard catered by Park Heights Restaurant!

The evening features a small plate dinner served family style with 5 different wine pairings from 6-8PM, $45 per person, call the gallery at 662-205-0351 to RSVP. Cindy will discuss her artistic process in between each course.

Each table seats 8, so grab some friends and enjoy a fun night of art and wine!

July 27, 2019 | 10AM-2PM

Art Demo with Paul Fayard

Paul Fayard is a Mississippi based artist and art educator. Originally from New Orleans, Paul studied at New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts, University of New Orleans and Mississippi College where he received his Master of Fine Arts degree. For many years he was a counselor in the mental health industry where his personal contact with people of all ages, from all backgrounds and in all walks of life afforded him a unique vantage point from which to pursue his art. Although he is comfortable working in oil, acrylic and watercolor with all subject matter, drawing is his first love and portraiture his favorite subject.

Paul’s love of music and the unique character of the Crescent City inspire much of his work. His real subject matter, whether creating portraits, landscapes or still-life is light and what it reveals. Paul has received numerous scholarships and awards and his work is included in many corporate and private collections including Mississippi Chemical, Regions Bank and the Mississippi Department of Transportation. His work has been featured at the Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans, LA, the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, MS, Lauren Rogers Museum of Art in Laurel, MS, and the Alexandria Museum of Art in Alexandria, LA, among others.

Shop his work here!

August

 

August 17th | 10AM-2PM

Art Demonstration with Mary Buckley

Mary lives with her husband Bill in Starkville, Mississippi, where they serve with Fellowship of Christian Athletes on the MSU campus. Mary is also an accomplished, self-taught artist represented by some of the best galleries in the state: Southern Breeze Art Gallery in Ridgeland, MS; The Caron Gallery in Tupelo, MS; Negrotto’s Fine Art and Custom Framing in Biloxi, Ms; and Turnrow Gallery in Greenwood, Ms. You can view and purchase her work by visiting their shops and their web sites. She has won several awards including “Best of Show” at the Peter Anderson Festival in Ocean Springs, and also at the Cotton District Festival in Starkville.

Her work has recently been featured in the recently renovated Cotton Mill in Starkville where you will see twenty four of her paintings representing various geographic areas across the state. Mary’s work is primarily landscapes and florals which are expressive and exciting with an impressionistic flair. It is her goal to bring an expression of God’s beauty into our everyday surroundings.

Shop her work here!

 

September

 

September 14th | 10AM-2PM

Art Demonstration with Ginny Futvoye

Born and raised in a small Kentucky town, Ginny has been painting since she was young.  She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX.  While at SMU, professors taught Ginny new ways of seeing and had an enormous influence on her artistic development.  Ginny spent a summer painting in Taos, NM, and has studied the masters in Europe.

 Ginny’s husband, a Jackson native, brought her to Mississippi. After teaching high school art for five years, she is now staying home with her four children.  The subject matter in her paintings reflect her diverse range of interests.  Oil painting is her form of self-expression.  She prefers the properties of oil paint because of the flexibility, color, and texture achieved with this medium.  The key elements of form, color, light, and content are integral parts of her artistic process.

Shop her work here!

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

December 14th | 10AM-2PM

Art Demonstration with Pat Gavin

Pat says, “I have been producing high-fired stoneware and raku ware for forty years. My stoneware is produced using all natural materials of the highest quality. No lead is used in any process of my pottery. After the pot has been made, it’s placed inside a kiln (furnace) and heated to eighteen hundred degrees. The bisque pot is then cooled and the glaze is applied. It is then put into a different kiln and fired to twenty three hundred degrees. This glazing fire process takes twelve to fifteen hours to reach temperature and then the kiln must cool for thirty-six hours before the ware can be removed.

My stoneware is oven, dishwasher and microwave safe and is made to be used and enjoyed daily. 

I also produce a line of Raku ware. Raku is a process that was developed in Japan hundreds of years ago. The use of this process was introduced in the United States in the 1960’s. The pot is placed in the kiln and removed when the temperature reaches eighteen hundred degrees. It is then placed in a mass of combustible materials, such as sawdust or leaves, in order to provide a reducing atmosphere for the glaze and to stain the exposed body surface with carbon.

Raku ware is extremely porous and should not be used for food of any kind.”

Shop his work here!

 

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