Our own J. Michael Dumoulin has had two of his illustrations accepted in the 48th Annual Bi-state (AL & MS) Art Competition at the Meridian, MS, Museum of Art. Both of these multi-media illustrations are the same ones offered for sale on our Galleria web store.
I do know this: the work that I did wasn’t simple idle work. It had purpose for the Center, for me, and for the community.
Local artist member Becca Sargent was recently featured on WXXV-25 where she spoke about the summertime mini-art camps she is providing here at the Gulfport Arts Center. There are still spots remaining for each class! If you wish to register you can contact Becca at 228-326-7773 or email at email@example.com.
…we hope they look great on the tree!
“The Eagle” is a work by noted area wood sculptor Marlin Miller…
The Mississippi Art Commission’s financial support, video-conferenced networking, and individual guidance are a blessing to arts organizations across our state. We love MAC!
Just a reminder that we will be raffling off this wonderful piece of artwork at the end of June! Tickets are only $10 and can be purchased at the Gulfport Arts Center or online at Mars and Venus Raffle.
Welcome to our new community artist, Alexandra C Keaton, who will be selling her visionary artwork on our website. Alexandra studied at the College of Creative Studies, Detroit, MI. As an illustrator and graphic designer, Alexandra has provided artwork for people and businesses, as well as children’s books and covers. She also uses her skills to teach art classes for inspiring artists of all ages.
We are raffling off two sets of 4 RTJ Golf passes valid at any of the RTJ Golf courses in Alabama. The drawings will be held Saturday, December 19th, after 4:00 pm. Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20
Looking for a statement piece for your home or office? Check out this silent auction piece “Possum Walk Trail” by John Dumoulin. This beautiful piece is 44″ x 36″ framed and is just one of the beautiful silent auction and small raffle pieces available at the Gulfport Arts Center Open House Weekend from December 4th – 6th.
The Gulfport Arts Center is hosting a children’s ornament painting event as part of their Open House Weekend. Bring your little ones and let them create a one-of-a-kind ornament to treasure year after year. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Social distancing and CDC recommendations will be practiced.
The Gulfport Arts Center has been very blessed (yes, we still express it this way in the South, because it means much more to us than just “lucky”) to have a community that loos for ways to support its local businesses, and have supported our efforts.
The starting lineup: A selection of wines and liquors in a practical wagon to haul it in. Drawing held December 6th, 2020. Must be 21 years or older to enter.
1 chance for $5 or
5 chances for $20
Thirty-nine artists had their work displayed at the Gulfport Art Center, showing guests how they felt while being stuck inside due to COVID-19.
Jason Pyrans’ Diamondhead Cub Scout Pack 210 with Larry and Marge at the Galleria for Acrylic Pour Class, it was a blast.
A peek behind the scenes of Jasmine’s “Wearable Art”.
Expect the unexpected at the Gulfport Galleria of Fine Art.
GGFA member Tom Thompkins will be featured on WLOX’s local news broadcast. Tom was recently interviewed in his woodworking shop by news anchor Dave Elliott. The story will air this Friday, August 23rd, during the 5pm broadcast. Congratulations to Tom! We look forward to seeing the story.
On March 21st, 2019, the Gulfport Galleria of Fine Art hosted the students and faculty of Gulfport High School for the #drawntogulfport Student Art Exhibit. Bethany Mason was named the overall winner for her painting “Diversity”.
You’re invited to an evening of art that will showcase the diverse talents of Gulfport High School students and teachers at the Gulfport Galleria.
Are available at Gulfport Galleria. Suzi Wilson, our webmaster, writes about her Secret Santa plans…
Wonderful pieces from local artists were displayed in the facility. There was great food and live entertainment to enjoy while checking out the beautiful artwork. This is the 11th year of this great cultural event.
The Gulf Coast Writers Association meets each month here at the Carnegie Building on the fourth Saturday of each month at 11 am. Each meeting provides an informative guest speaker and an opportunity to network with a great group of supportive fellow authors.
The Mississippi Heritage Trust will hold their Preservation Toolkit Workshop in Gulfport July 25th-27th. We are pleased to be hosting them here at the Carnegie Building.
In conjunction with the First United Methodist Church, we will be holding our 5th annual Arts & Psalms Summer Art Camp the week of June 18th-22nd, 9am-1pm. The camp is open to middle school children ages 10-15.
We are pleased to announce that the Historical Society of Gulfport will be joining us here at the Carnegie Building. They will hold their meetings in our conference room, and be hosting historical art exhibits.
Milton Williams is having an art show at Gallery 782 in Biloxi (2 blocks North of Hard Rock Casino Hwy 90, on Jackson Street) and you are invited. Hope you can make it. May 4th 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM Reception. The show will be up until May 26th.
Our gifted students at NORTH GULFPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL really enjoyed experiencing the opening of their exhibit at the Gulfport Galleria of Fine Art on Thursday!
Sharon Long’s vibrant paintings are in public and private collections internationally. Sharon Long will be the theme of The World of Watercolor, on display from September 5 – 30, 2017 at the Gulfport Galleria of Fine Art.
Join the artists and authors of the Gulfport Galleria for hors d’oeuvres, book signings, and beverages. Shop our fabulous locally made items for all of your holiday gifts! We will have raffle tickets available for a portable plein air painting easel.
On September 24th and 25th Rosie D., Sharon L., Ray B., and myself setup and worked a booth at Gulfport’s 3rd Annual Anchor Fest.
Sonya is a native of Biloxi, MS and has always had an interest in preserving local and family heritage. In May 2009, she set up a community Facebook page for locals to share family recipes.