The Mississippi Artists' Guild has proudly promoted local Mississippi Artists since 1974.
Next Meeting: 1st Tuesday of Each Month (September - May) at 5:30pm - Bill Waller Craft Center
Date: March 5-7th, 2020
Time: 9:30 - 4:30 pm (Doors open at 9:00 AM)
Location: Bill Waller Craft Center, Ridgeland, MS 39157
Focus will be on painting glass.
Registration is now open to MAG Members and to the Non Mag Artists
Click Here to Register! Space is limited!
Paul Jackson is an accomplished and internationally known watercolorist!
The Mississippi Artists Guild will host a three day Paul Jackson Watercolor Painting Glass Workshop on Thursday March 5 - Saturday March 7th, 2020 from 9:30am - 4:30pm at the Bill Waller Craft Center 950 Rice Road, Ridgeland, Mississippi. Space is limited!
Paul Jackson spent his adventurous childhood in Starkville Mississippi. He discovered his passion for watercolor at Mississippi State University in 1985. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Missouri in 1992, and has since been relentless in pursuit of his creative dreams, receiving top honors in national and international competitions, contributing his art to a vast library of magazines and books and sharing his creative influence to all corners of the earth.
Honored by the American Watercolor Society with signature membership at the age of 30, Paul is also a Signature member of the National Watercolor Society and an Honor Member of the Missouri Watercolor Society.
A prolific artist and ambitious world traveler, Paul Jackson is one of today’s most versatile and visible contemporary watercolorists. Whether his subject is landscape, cityscape, portrait, architecture, still life or abstract, Paul captivates his audience with genuine emotion, intensity and finesse that energize each of his creations.
Learn more about Paul and see more of his work at https://www.pauljackson.com
Carol Hallock divides her time between her water front home on stilts in Louisiana and her 40 acre country home in southern Mississippi. She often paints the surrounding bayou and marsh from her kayak. “Geraldine” the egret is a favorite subject. Born and raised in Baton Rouge and graduate of Louisiana State University, Carol loves the unique beauty of her homeland. Widely acclaimed for her loose, painterly strokes in oils, Carol’s work can be found in the Louisiana Governor’s Mansion as well as private and corporate collections across the country. She has produced books of her work as well as “how to” professionally developed videos entitled, “The Art of Loose Painting I, II and III” which are shown on over 134 television channels across the country and in Cape Town, South Africa. Her work has won many awards and also graces the cover of magazines as well as being included in numerous press and magazine articles. Select prints are sold worldwide.