Everyone has a creative side and an artistic vision that sometimes needs guidance. Square Arts in downtown Batesville is the place to get it.
The art field is competitive. One must be talented and creative to design original art and driven and ambitious to find a job they want, need and truly enjoy. Debbie Myers grew up with a mother who is a professional artist and six other siblings. She said her mother “always provided the tools for her seven children to explore the art world.” Five of the seven siblings now work in the professional art field.
A Bible verse, as well as many others, can be found inscribed on the backs of the paintings created by Mary Kathryn Wheatley.
Thanks to the initiative of one Ole Miss student, the Residential College South courtyard at the University of Mississippi is becoming a little more colorful.
Julia Wickes Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Every year, Oxford’s Walmart has to stock and restock one item in large quantities – coolers. A long tradition among Southern colleges is painting coolers for formal […]
Madison Edenfield Oxford Stories email@example.com From the age of 4, Paige Shryock was painting like Michelangelo underneath her kitchen table. Now 23, Shryock has graduated from the University of Mississippi as an […]
Mac Hinojos Being broke in college is a common phenomenon that many students experience. After tuition, dues, and book fees, students are left with little spending money. Ellen Spies had an empty […]
Chloe Riley The Oxford Eagle A city treasured for its unique history and appreciation of the arts, Oxford has established itself as a community in which artists grow and share their work. […]