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Flash Sale at A. Wickey Gallery!

In order to make room for our new summer artist in residence, we are having a flash sale! 
HALF OFF “A LA MODE” 48×72″Originally $6000, now $3000 through the week!
Stop by the gallery or call 850.502.5251 to purchase! We can deliver if you’re local, or get it shipped to you within a couple of days if you aren’t.


New Arrivals

“Audrey”
24×60″
$2000
“Samwell”
24×40″
$1350

Gift Cards Available!

Gift cards are perfect for Mother’s Day! Give the gift of shopping local! All the art work, clothes, jewelry, and accessories in the gallery are created or curated by local artists and designers.

Art by Joan Vienot on Sale

Who doesn’t love a discount!! Plein air painter Joan Vienot is currently exhibiting as one of the juried artists at the Foster Gallery in Ruskin Place Artists Colony in Seaside. She is offering a new, freshly completed oil painting, hot off the easel, the price marked as much as 50% off, for one week only. Each week she brings a different, new, wet painting and she will continue this promotion through the month of January, 2019. Stop by on Saturday afternoons to get first dibs! The Foster Gallery is located at 201 Ruskin Place, Seaside, Florida 32459.
 

An Update from Artist Joan Vienot

Award-winning plein air painter Joan Vienot has returned from a month of plein air painting in Colorado and Georgia, at the juried Estes Valley Plein Air event in Estes Park, and at the open Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association (BRMAA) Paint-Out in Blue Ridge Georgia, where she was awarded third place for “Stanley Rapids”. Joan and Melody Bogle are volunteer advisors for the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County’s upcoming plein air event at the Flutterby Festival, October 15-21, 2018.
 

Stanley Rapids, 10×20 oils on canvas panel, painted en plein air

Joan Vienot is gaining National Recognition

Local plein air painter Joan Vienot is gaining national recognition with her acceptance into the juried Estes Valley Plein Air Event, in Estes Park, Colorado. She and the 35 other accepted artists each will be painting his or her choice of subjects in that vicinity, which includes scenic Rocky Mountain National Park. The artists will be competing for sales and $11,000 in prizes at this event. Their work will be displayed at the Art Center of Estes Park during the month of September, 2018. Joan’s studio painting, Devil’s Backbone First Light (Loveland, Colorado), 10×20, oils, is one of the works by 8 of the artists which will be in the full-page event ad in the internationally-distributed Plein Air Magazine. Joan posts her work and blogs at www.joanvienot.com. She can be contacted (850) 259-8394 for commissions, instruction, and purchaes. She coordinates the Emerald Coast Plein Air Painters — write her at pleinairemeraldcoast@gmail.com to be added to the ECPAP weekly painting location notification email list.
 

An Update from 30A Artist Susan Lucas

Out of over 1000 entries, Susan has been selected to appear in the bool series, Studio Visit. Scheduled to be released this summer, StudioVisit is distributed to over 2000 galleries, museum curators, and art aficionados throughout the country. It is an annual publication by Open Studios Press, Boston, MA. One of the paintings selected is It’s a Journey 2, 30×30”.

 

Susan’s painting, Sunset Glow has been selected for Art Matters, to provide art in public places. Large reproductions of the work are hanging in front of the new Hyatt Hotel in Grand Boulevard.Thanks to the CAA, Grand Boulevard, and the Hyatt for this opportunity. The original is available at the Foster Gallery, also in Grand Boulevard.

An Update from Artist Surfside Mosaics

Surfside Mosaics are excited to be part of the pop up gallery in Seaside. They are showing ‘Stairway to Heaven ‘ and ‘Shimmering Sails.

Stairway to Heaven

Shimmering Sails

Surfside Mosaics is also excited about their new work! They call them “Chunkys” because they are basically 3-D. They used broken vases, wine bottles, decanter stoppers, mugs, and anything else crying for a new life.  Finding a new purpose for something once treasured but broken, Surfside Mosaics gives it new life protecting it with a clear resin.  When the light filters in, it shines!

Maybullean

Crystal Garden

Jacques Passion Vine

Garden of Glass