Cat Tales

A tale of what's happened is happening and will happen in the Alley.

March 2020 

 Alley Cat Sightings 

The FIRST ever First Friday Art Walk was described as the downtown "it" event.  Thank you to the artists, musicians, actors, writers, graphic artists and all of those who attended this monthly event.   The gallery had a steady flow of guests   And a special thank you to Rebecca Browning for attending as our special guest artist.  
Make plans to attend
First Friday Art Walk,
March 6, 4-7pm. 
Enjoy a live demo with artist
Pam Locke.    
Carol Roark stopped by for a visit.   Carol came by to say hello, chat a while and deliver a few new pieces.    Scott Mitchell dropped in to drop off the first of 12 paintings he is creating for The 12 Westerns in 12 Months film project.    This painting sold this month on Ebay.  Scott will be completing a painting a month that depicts a scene from each film.   For more details, visit the Six Shooter Studios Facebook page.    

The Alley Cat Gallery is hosting an art competition for the Prentiss County School District's High School Art Students.   Student art will be on display during the month of March.  An awards ceremony and reception will take place on March 28th at 1pm.  Everyone is welcome to attend.  Come out and support these young artists.  
Just a few of the MANY things
going on in the Alley.

Jerry Robinson's Wood Carvings 
Beautiful new pieces in the gallery this month by wood artisan Jerry Robinson.  Stop by and add to your collection or find that perfect piece for a gift.   


Stop By.  

We are in the Alley Thursdays & Fridays, Noon to 6pm, and Saturdays 11-3.  Or contact us at 662/601-7329 to set up a private viewing of the gallery.


The Alley Cat Gallery: 
by artist Carol Roark 

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