Sheffield Fine Art Gallery

In Sheffield Antiques Mall Art Gallery, artists have the opportunity to display and sell their original art pieces. Sheffield NOW accepts acrylic paintings, watercolor, sketches, and more!

 
Artist: Philip Jaynes Short Bio: I am fortunate enough to be an artist. It is an occupation that goes back as far as recorded history. How can anything that has been done that long be new? Starting with a pencil on a blank piece of paper or canvas, anything that can be imagined is possible. Each finished piece is a step closer to the next one. Always learning, always working on new things and revisiting old ones.  

Artist: Philip Jaynes

Short Bio: I am fortunate enough to be an artist. It is an occupation that goes back as far as recorded history. How can anything that has been done that long be new? Starting with a pencil on a blank piece of paper or canvas, anything that can be imagined is possible. Each finished piece is a step closer to the next one. Always learning, always working on new things and revisiting old ones.  


Artist: Jenna Cornell Short Bio: My process and work explores storytelling, often reinterpreting memories and constructing stories with my subjects. One of my favorite symbols for telling these stories is plant life. Botanicals hold such a sentimental and heirloom quality for most of us, containing unique mempries and stories in themselves. Each of the mixed media paintings is created based on flowers and plants that I have personally grown in my own garden. The process of these works begins when I plant seeds in the spring and fall and then culminates in painting and drawing the plant's story in an abstract landscape. 

Artist: Jenna Cornell

Short Bio: My process and work explores storytelling, often reinterpreting memories and constructing stories with my subjects. One of my favorite symbols for telling these stories is plant life. Botanicals hold such a sentimental and heirloom quality for most of us, containing unique mempries and stories in themselves. Each of the mixed media paintings is created based on flowers and plants that I have personally grown in my own garden. The process of these works begins when I plant seeds in the spring and fall and then culminates in painting and drawing the plant's story in an abstract landscape. 


Artist: Catherine Saxton Hardy  Short Bio: Ms. Hardy studied art and ceramics at Holmes Community College and became accepted into the Craftsman Guild of Mississippi. She displayed and sold at various gift shops including The Early Settler in Highland Village in Jackson MS. and Palladian Consign and Design in Ridgeland, MS. Her work includes original acrylic and watercolor pieces. 

Artist: Catherine Saxton Hardy 

Short Bio: Ms. Hardy studied art and ceramics at Holmes Community College and became accepted into the Craftsman Guild of Mississippi. She displayed and sold at various gift shops including The Early Settler in Highland Village in Jackson MS. and Palladian Consign and Design in Ridgeland, MS. Her work includes original acrylic and watercolor pieces. 


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Artist: Chris Dozier  Short Bio: Years ago, I tried to make painted images match what my eyes saw, but over time I found that less and less satisfying. Now, I find that I am usually observing two images -- one visible and the other mental -- in painting a third image on the canvas. For me, it is more creatively fulfilling to filter the images I paint through my imagination, and let it guide my choice of form, color, light, and brush strokes. 

Artist: Chris Dozier 

Short Bio: Years ago, I tried to make painted images match what my eyes saw, but over time I found that less and less satisfying. Now, I find that I am usually observing two images -- one visible and the other mental -- in painting a third image on the canvas. For me, it is more creatively fulfilling to filter the images I paint through my imagination, and let it guide my choice of form, color, light, and brush strokes. 


Artist: Lisa Balton  Short Bio: As a young artist, I found myself doodling in my drawing classes. It taught me ways to assert my creativity in a structured manner. However, now that I have matured, I have found that my true love lies within abstract art. My work is centered on the simple joys of self-expression and creativity. When it comes to abstract pieces, the fact that my my viewers can create a whole new meaning with their imagination is definitely an incredible aspect to this type of art. The ability to captivate others and to draw them into a journey of their own unique interest is one of the greatest thrills of being an artist. 

Artist: Lisa Balton 

Short Bio: As a young artist, I found myself doodling in my drawing classes. It taught me ways to assert my creativity in a structured manner. However, now that I have matured, I have found that my true love lies within abstract art. My work is centered on the simple joys of self-expression and creativity. When it comes to abstract pieces, the fact that my my viewers can create a whole new meaning with their imagination is definitely an incredible aspect to this type of art. The ability to captivate others and to draw them into a journey of their own unique interest is one of the greatest thrills of being an artist. 


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Artist: Kevin Bowers Short Bio: Kevin Bowers is a Memphis native that received his degree in Fine Art from University of Memphis. Currently, Mr. Bowers is receiving his Master's in Art Education from the Memphis College of Art. Mr. Bowers examines what it means to create contemporary impressionism. Through his pallet knife style approach with oil painting, he attempts to blur the lines between painting and sculpture. The artist challenges to manifest what he calls the "Essence of the Painting." Kevin's style has been referred to as "Claymation Meets Painting."

Artist: Kevin Bowers

Short Bio: Kevin Bowers is a Memphis native that received his degree in Fine Art from University of Memphis. Currently, Mr. Bowers is receiving his Master's in Art Education from the Memphis College of Art. Mr. Bowers examines what it means to create contemporary impressionism. Through his pallet knife style approach with oil painting, he attempts to blur the lines between painting and sculpture. The artist challenges to manifest what he calls the "Essence of the Painting." Kevin's style has been referred to as "Claymation Meets Painting."


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Would You Like to Be Showcased?

Sheffield announces the opening of our Fine Art Gallery in our 78,000 sq ft. store in Collierville, TN. We are looking for artists interested in displaying their artwork in the Gallery.

In order to select a broad range of art, we will need photographs of your work so we can decide which artists to display.

This is a great opportunity for local artists to showcase their work!

Contact Justin G. at (901) 853-7822 or email [email protected]