Select Regional Artists
2019 Art Exhibition
now showing March 1st  through March 22nd
These are the amazing works that are available for purchase
Wayne Bates ~ potter

Owner of Gallery 121 in Murray, Wayne Bates creates utility pieces of English porcelain pottery.

Wayne earned degrees in Art and Ceramics from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee and his graduate degree from University of Georgia.

In the past, Wayne was kiln supervisor at the Haystack Mountain School for Crafts, taught at the Philadelphia College of Art, and was ceramic consultant to the historic Moravian Tile Works in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. There he supervised the reactivation of tile production, including the glaze and slip recipes and the tile making processes.


Ben Walker
 ~  an art teacher for McCracken County Schools. 
Ben graduated with a BFA in Illustration from Savanna College of Art & Design.  He generally works in pen and ink, but occasionally he creates mixed media too. He is a member of Wastelander’s Art Group in Paducah.

Mechanical Nature


This piece was originally created for an exhibition that centered around the topic of detail. Extreme detail can be found all around us. I really enjoy  the juxtaposition of natural and mechanical elements to create one unified piece.

$400

By Ben Walker

The Final Act

$750

Abandoned Kingdom

$500

Clear Passage

$400
John McLaren

is  a self-taught artist who has been painting and drawing people throughout his entire life.  While teaching Electrical Engineering and later Telecommunications at Murray State University, he continued his artistic work in his home.  His early art pieces are primarily in pastel, charcoal, and pencil.  After retirement, he and his wife Cindy fulfilled their life-long dream and lived aboard a sailboat, cruising the East coast and Caribbean.  During this ten year period, John worked primarily in watercolor because of its simplicity and portability.  Watercolor continues to be his favorite medium.

John has won several awards since he began showing his work in the fall of 2015. In the Women's Club Art Show in Paducah, John won Featured Artist 2017, and Local Artist Showcase at Discovery Park of America in Union City TN, 2017. 

 

Innocence

There is innocence in youth that is often brought to light in a somber moment.  That is what I tried to convey in this simple child’s portrait.

Paducah Women's Club Art Show:                                   First Place Professional 2016

17" x 19"

$300

By John McLaren
Balance
32"x26"
$900
Megan's Look
17"x17"
$300
Serenade
28"x37"
$1500
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