"Water and Sky", an exhibition of Martha's river and ocean paintings was recently at Playhouse on the Square. It hung during the May-June run of Into the Woods.
Hanson Gallery in Knoxville and Seven Sisters Gallery in Black Mountain, NC are now showing Martha's work. Martha is thrilled to join two beautiful galleries with talented groups of artists. Please drop in to look if you're visiting the Appalachians region.
Idlewild Presbyterian Church has named Martha the Artist-in-Residence for 2009. She is creating artwork weekly for bulletin covers, has curated a show spirit-led artwork, and is continuing to work on special projects and permanent installations through the course of the year.
The home gallery is open by appointment in Midtown Memphis. On display are Martha's paintings and Elmore Holmes's furniture and bowls. Visit holmeswoodwork.com to find out more about Elmore's windsor chairs, tables, carved bowls, and other furniture. Call 278-1216 for directions.
More paintings can be seen at the English Major Bookstore on Madison between Zinnie's and Zinnie's East. Stop by and support our new midtown bookstore.
Martha gave a lecture at Dixon Gallery and Gardens on Wednesday, December 3rd. The subject was "Plein Air Painting Then and Now", in conjunction with their exhibition of the French Barbizon landscape painters.
Martha Kelly is an artist and illustrator who lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee.
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