Corinth Artist Guild Gallery
amongst the quaint assortment of shops in downtown Corinth
is the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery, a haven for local artists
and art enthusiasts. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10
a.m. until 4 p.m., the gallery is located in the former Dodd
Eye Care Clinic building at 609 North Fillmore Street in downtown
Corinth, Mississippi next to smith Restaurant.
president and founding member James Sonny Boatman
hopes visitors to Corinth will consider taking home a piece
of locally made art as a memento instead of a generic souvenir.
than getting something made in Taiwan that has Corinth
printed on it, why not choose something with local flavor
that was produced in Corinth or the vicinity, suggested
formed to provide a place for talented local artists to display
their creations and to have art workshops and educational
activities. The organization is non profit, and there is never
an admission fee to browse the gallery. Many of the displayed
items can be purchased.
have a wide variety of original art in many mediums and lots
of prints and note cards made from the originals. We also
have hand-crafted items such as ceramic and stained-glass
pieces, pottery and turned-wood objects.
are represented from Corinth and a number of surrounding communities.
features special exhibits spotlighting the work of local artists
and different types of mediums. Exhibits generally change
on a monthly basis.
periodically hosts classes for people of all ages to help
spark their creativity and hone their skills. Youths are involved
through classes and exhibits by local high school students
as part of the guilds educational mission.
is supported financially by guild-paying dues members and
donations from sales of art displayed at the gallery. This
gallery is a 501c3 non-profit.
a Virtual Tour of the gallery.
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