2021 Gallery Exhibitions
#3DMISSISSIPPI Sculpture Exhibition
@STUDIO WAVELAND + GALLERY
celebrating renowned sculptors in a one of a kind 3D sculpture exhibition!
June 26 through October 12, 2021.
Studio Waveland + Gallery is celebrating the diversity of sculpture by showcasing a large group of renowned artists from around the country in #3DMISSISSIPPI, an exhibition located in and outside of Studio Waveland + Gallery in Waveland, Mississippi.
Erin Lee Antonak
H. Grace Boyle
Mary Ann Breen
Stephen Paul Day
Erica Larkin Gaudet
Larry Daniel Nevil
Emery Kate Tillman
Mary Jane Parker Collection: Lace 2019 Kiln cast glass (pate de verde) $5000 for all #11 - $150 #1,2,5,6,8,10 and 11 - $400 each #3,4 & 9 - $500 each #7 - $600 Appoximately 50 x 50 inches
Miro Hoffmann Brooklyn Grange SowingSeeds, NewYorkCity acrylic on panel 48inX48in 2020 $6000
Mark Bercier King Gouache on Handmade Paper 11 x 11 Inches, Framed $1,200
Bill Meyers Extinction Refugees 24” X 36”, Mixed media on wood (Graphite, colored pencil, ink, enamel paint) 2021 $12,500
Frahn Koerner Solo Boat Oil on canvas 18 x 18 inches 2007 $2500
Maddie Stratton Fresh Eggs 43 x 30 in Acrylic on Canvas 2021 $1450
Ana Hernandez Medicine Bottles (Auras) 36” x 24” Acrylic and oil pastel on paper 2020 $3,000
eLIZabeth d. schafer Go Figure 60 x 40 Acrylic on canvas April 2021 $3000
Kerr Grabowski Political Confusion framed 28” x 30” manila hemp(teabag), silk organza, dye 2018 $700
Works of 13 Artists.
Exhibition Dates: May 14- June 12,2021.
Mary Jane Parker
eLIZabeth d. schafer
May 22- Coffee with the Artists: 12-2
May 29- OPEN Saturday 12- 4
June 5- OPEN Saturday 12- 4
June 11- Late night OPEN Gallery with Waveland Food Truck Friday 5-8 pm
June 12- Last Day of Exhibition, OPEN Saturday 12- 4
Then and Now
March 6th- April 24th
Then and Now is an exhibition of artwork by Mitchell Gaudet from 2008 to 2020. Less of a retrospect and more of a sampling of work spanning the last fifteen years, most pieces have only been shown in his studio or recently completed.
Work exhibited include all of the New Orleans murder tracking pieces, Morta Mantle built from 13000 AR-15 casings, repurposed religious statues from hurricane Katrina and work from his Glass House series.
“I have has sculpted glass and metal for over thirty years. Welded steel and cast glass are my primary methods of working. I enjoy the construction of both decorative as well as socially commentating work and am realizing that the difference is often a fine line. The use of glass allows me the opportunity to introduce an element of beauty to a work that is sometimes awful in its message. I incorporate similarly themed pieces into exhibitions that often thread the line between an art event, archeological museum and carnival sideshow. “
- Mitchell Gaudet