The Hilliard Gallery will be presenting an all small works show for its holiday open house on December 3rd. The work for this show will be all smaller works of art by the chosen group of
artist. The gallery will show one of a kind works of art that make great and unique Holiday gifts. Artwork, including new and smaller works from Peter Cole, Burton Morris, John Marak, David
Gross, Guinotte Wise, Laura Simmons, Mark Sandy, Teresa Magel, Jeff Dodge, Peter Cole, Daniel Maidman, and others. Object d'Arte . Glass artwork by Garth Mudge, Glass eye studios, Holdman
Studios, Chole Dunniker and Bob Hanley. Jewelry by Freddie Wise, Blue Bus Studios. Hand created Christmas Ornaments as well. The work will include sculpture, paintings, photography, glass
artwork, ornaments, drawings,and jewelery,sports memorabilia.
The works in the show will all be smaller works by these emerging artist, just in time for the holiday gift giving. Artwork although smaller, is still of the great quality and uniqueness from these fine artist. This opening will provide the opportunity to acquire a piece of original work from these artists at great gift giving prices, or to keep for yourself. Looking for that hard to find, unique great gift for that certain someone, or maybe you need some clever and unique office gifts, The Hilliard Gallery.com has just what you are looking for.
Below are available prints by Melissa S. McCracken
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Melissa McCracken was born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1990. She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from William Jewell College in 2013, but ultimately pursued a career in the arts post-graduation. As a synesthete, she utilizes her unique ability to see colors in the sounds she hears. Many of her paintings incorporate vibrant colors and lively textures to depict the movement of music.
Implementing the effects of both palette knives and brushwork, Melissa seeks to convey the swirl of colors embedded deep in her mind’s eye. Layered blossoms of color and streaks of white create cosmic-like scenes, evoking new perceptions of melody and rhythm in her audience. Through her work, Melissa strives to unmask the elusive areas of the world we encounter, allowing a refreshing experience of the familiar.
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