Sunday, May 22, 2022

Photo Essay >> The Art Crawl Exposed

Last night at the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council-sponsored Oxford Art Crawl, HottyToddy.com photographer Sharon Hays and her revealing camera was in attendance.
Sharon enjoyed the viewings as the iconic Double Decker bus shuffled her and other art lovers from one location to the next.
The Art Crawl is held each month, starting at 5 p.m., and showcases the area’s many art venues.

June venues included: Powerhouse Community Arts Center: Powerhouse Show is the Bottle Show sponsored by Cathead Vodka. Local artists were given empty Cathead bottles and told to recreate them in their usual styles. There was a $200 cash prize for the best in show. Crawlers were asked to vote for their favorites.

Other stops included the

Southside Gallery,  University Museum and Gallery 130. Enjoy these images by Sharon Hays:

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Support Live Music by Frank Estrada. All photos by Sharon Hays.

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Figure in Green and Gold by Melanie Munns.

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A Deep Sea Motif by Lester Ferrell.

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Sweet Dreams by Lori Leigh Blaylock.

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View from the Beach by Caren Watts.

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Finally, A Cat Worth Catching by Anne Campbell.

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Jason Hevner is the artist.

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A disturbing, but compelling piece.

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Essence of Pumpkin by Pam Locke.

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Crowd at the Powerhouse enjoys the art.

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With a Squeeze of Lemon by Rhonda Blasingame.

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the Doubledecker bus in on to the next venue.

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Beautiful gallery is where art comes alive.

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Frozen Cathead by Cindy Aune.

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Beautiful food can be a work of art.

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These works take on a special resonance in the dark.

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Mississippi Night Light by Debbie Myers.

 

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