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JULY 2017 |
GALVESTON MONTHLY |
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“the lighthouse” by gayle reynolds
The Water’s Edge Studio and Gallery
1302 21st Street | 409.762.1925
GalvestonWatersEdge.com
Open Thur.-Sat. 10am-5pm or by appointment
For the July 15 ArtWalk, The Water’s Edge Studio and Gallery will open at 4pm
prior to the start of the event and close at 8pm, making it the perfect place
to start the night before making your way downtown. The gallery walls will
feature an exhibit by gallery owner and painter Gayle Reynolds, loosely titled
Paintings of Galveston in Oils and Watercolor
. Throughout the rest of the space,
visitors will find the Adirondack tallboys by Rex Reynolds scattered about and
available for test-sitting, along with the feminine bronze sculptures of Pat
Moberley Moore, primitive necklaces crafted by Chase Jennings, and pottery by
Madeleine Baker.
Out & About |
galveston galleries
Vacation on Canvas Gallery
22nd and Postoffice | 409.974.4066
VacationOnCanvas.com
Open Wed.-Mon. Noon-6pm or by appointment
Life on the Island feels like one big, long weekend,
and one of the best ways to experience that feeling
firsthand is with a Vacation on Canvas. This gallery
houses the visually stunning works of Robert
Peterson, whose newest collection of original
paintings continues his masterful portrayal of the
island environment with vivid colors and a relaxing
comfort that have become his trademarks. Along
with the original works for sale, reproductions of
Peterson’s work are available in canvas giclées,
cards, paper prints, and one-of-a-kind ceramic tiles.
“deep sea drama” BY ROBERT PETERSON
It is a summer of birds at René Wiley Gallery, and René Wiley’s
July exhibition
Summer Nests
 is filled with bright oil paintings
featuring coastal birds against abstract color. Other recent works
on display include landscapes of beach umbrellas and chairs under
the island sun and rooftop views of Galveston Island, as well as
mixed media landscapes by Rachel Wiley-Janota, beautiful new
tree sculptures from James Phillips, intricate wooden bowls by Dale
Hooks, hand-dyed fabric mosaics by Brenda Bunten-Schloesser,
and colorful glass sculptures by Bill Meek. The gallery will pay
for customers’ downtown parking and offers gift certificates and
shipping for added convenience. Ask about discounts for previous
collectors and commissioned pieces for personalized gifts.
René Wiley Gallery
2128 Postoffice | 409.750.9077
ReneWileyGallery.com
Open Daily 11am-6pm
“hummingbirds” by René wiley