The Cathedral Square Gallery West Exhibition


The Cathedral Square Gallery West Exhibition


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The Cathedral Square Gallery West Exhibition displayed in the Mary Elizabeth and Charles Bernard Rodning Gallery of Art on the third floor of the USA Marx Library from September 5 – October 31, 2014. The exhibition was a sampling of artwork created by members of the Cathedral Square Gallery. The display featured a variety of styles including multi media, watercolor, oil, and acrylic. Artists participating in the show included Judy Aronson, Joanne Brandt, Mike Carmichael, Holly Carrigan, Hunter Cobb, Tutta Greer Cone, Roxann Dyess, Eddie Erdmann, Rick Hurst, Lori Jacobus-Crawford, Satomi Kamei, Lynn Luna, Kathleen McCarron, Lynda McDonald, Nettie Robertson, Mary Rodning, Linda Hall Tenhundfeld, Michael Thomas, and Roy J. Walters.

The next year, the Cathedral Square Gallery celebrated its twentieth year of supporting emerging and established artists in the arts community. The Gallery was located in the heart of the downtown Mobile art district and features a complete array of artistic styles and media, plus ceramics, jewelry, photography, and woodwork. It housed the largest selection of local and regional art on the Gulf Coast.

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The Cathedral Square Gallery West Exhibition