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galveston galleries
Michele Grindberg, artist and owner of MiArt, extends her heartfelt
appreciation to her new business partner, BFA painter and craftsman
William Saol, for the outstanding success of the gallery’s new garage
studio space. William will be coordinating classes for a variety of arts
and crafts, and he also takes commissions to restore furniture or even
revamp it with his beautiful paintings. The gallery has also extended
its jewelry offerings that complement the myriad of original artworks,
and even more expansions are coming soon by way of a second floor
and the talents of New York City artist Tyler Steph. MiArt is currently
extending an open call for applications from artists and artisans to fill
the expanded space. MiArt will be open on Mothers Day, Sunday May
14 from 11am to 4pm to help out those last minute shoppers to get
mom that unique and thoughtful gift she deserves.
MiART GALLERY
1327 Market St. | 409.692.7833
MiArtUS.etsy.com
Open Thur.-Sun. 12pm-4pm or by appointment
“octopus side table” painted by william saol
THE Heard Gallery
2217 Postoffice | 903.357.9073
TheHeardGallery.com
Open Tues.-Sat. 11am-5pm, Sun. 2pm-5pm
Gallery owner and artist Ray Heard is referred to as an
innovative and creative leader in the Galveston art scene.
Reggae Palms
is a colorful creation that measures 40”
x 60” and beautifully represents a painting style Heard
refers to as “Liquid Glass.” He mixes each transparent color
singularly, then layers one over another to create an original
painting, and the depth of the colors together resemble
light reflecting off of glass. This unique process that has
never before been seen on the Island is back by popular
demand and it will not last long. Hurry in to Heard Gallery
to experience this truly mesmerizing art form.
“reggae palms” by Ray Heard
The René Wiley Gallery’s newest exhibition
Almost
Summer
is a show filled with bright beach paintings,
featuring umbrellas, beach chairs, and families under
the Island sun. Previous works still on display include
cityscapes and rooftop views of Galveston Island by
René Wiley and her daughter Rachel Wiley-Janota. The
gallery’s collection also includes beautiful new tree
sculptures from James Phillips and intricate wooden
bowls by Dale Hooks, as well as new hand-dyed fabric
mosaics by Brenda Bunten-Schloesser and colorful
glass sculptures by Bill Meek. They offer original
paintings in a variety of mediums, wood and glass
sculptures, textile mosaics, custom sized fine art prints,
and wood and glass bowls. For added convenience the
gallery will pay for customers’ downtown parking and
offers gift certificates, shipping, discounts for previous
collectors, and commission work.
René Wiley Gallery
2128 Postoffice | 409.750.9077
ReneWileyGallery.com
Open Daily 11am-6pm
“beach brellas” by René wiley
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