Thursday, January 3, 2013

Gallery 26: Open late for Shop 'n' Sip

Posted By on Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 3:16 PM

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Gallery 26 at 2601 Kavanaugh Blvd. will be open after hours until 8 p.m. tonight for the Hillcrest neighborhood's monthly Shop 'n' Sip. This fact gives me the chance to run the names of all the artists who have work in the gallery's 18th "Annual Holiday Art Show" of paintings, drawings, pottery, photographs, glass, sculpture, ornaments, scarves and jewelry. See below, last name first. (P.S.: The Strause above ["The Real Thing"] may not be in the show; I stole it from her website as an example of her work.)

Adams, Cindy
Adams, Darrell
Bean, Robert
Bell, Lee Ann
Bingham, Sheila
Boyd, Brittany Jane
Bridges, John
Bryan, Ann
Bryant, Jennifer
Burnham, Ross
Cefalo, Stephen
Cox,V.L.
Crisp, Susan
Delavan, Jerry
Dixon, Randy
Dunaway, Nancy
Edgington, Amy
Fails, Connie
Fanning, Laura
Frost, Lynn
Glueck, Devin
Greenland, Jann
Harper, Diane
Hayes, James
Henderson, Josh
Henderson, Judy
Henry, Rita
Holt, Julie
Jones, Betty
Knowles, Shannon
Kordsmeier, Melissa
Krain, Ben
Kushmaul, John
Lacefield, Mindy
Lamar, Marlene
Lang, Erin
Lang, Walter
Laser, Amy
Leme, Alex
Linn, Amanda
Lorenzen, Erin
Luber, Elaine
McLeod, Matt
Miller, Patricia
O’Brien, David
Provost, Dale
Rackley, David
Reding, Holly
Sheung, Lam Tze
Simmons, Dominique
Singh, Amanda
Singh, Patricia
Slaughter, Susie
Smith, Jason
Steward, Babs
Strause, Kathy
Sulac
Sundell, Corri
Sykes, John
Taylor, Diana
Trusty, Rachel
Uptigrove, Amber
Uptigrove, Donna
Ward, Jessie
Wartinger, Leon
Wilcox, Janet Cecil
Wood, Emily

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