Robert Edington. While a State Representative he wrote the bill that established the University of South Alabama, Mobile Historic Development Commission and Battleship Park. He has served on over 20 boards. He served as an attorney for more than 60 years. He was responsible for the ships coming during every Mardi Gras. He has been Mobilian of the Year and Veteran of the Year.
Henry deTonti……Old Mobile’s ambassador to native tribes, Circa 1703-1705. “Bra de Fer” (Iron Hand) was LaSalle’s chief officer before joining the Bienville brothers in tne founding of Mobile. The trading agreements he negotiated literally insured the early survival of the colony. He died of yellow fever in 1705.
I have reenacted deTonti at Mobile historic events for 15 years.
LeMoyne Brothers! Bienville was the middle bother of three involved in the founding of our Mobile. Note: Never construct emails before your morning coffee!
Love this artist!! This is one-of my favorite painting !!!
nice i am alsoMAC Member
Great roster of Arts Warriors/Winners!
Great job !
There are a lot of Buildings here in Mobile Alabama that needs be spruced up . Older Buildings that needs to be put back in to use . Homeless work training shelters would catch 2 fish with a single hook . That in itself is a multiple bonus for everyone that lives in the Mobile County area . Even the least able people can become a benefit to themselves again , and to our entire family community as a whole .
City revenues would be increased dramatically in short order , and in the long term we all would gain a much preferred good name .
Please consider this , every time you get together ? A strong foundation starts with compassion , and builds by faithfulness .
Bro. David Lindon Harris
Thank you for your time and consideration and efforts .
I am in Destin, FL. can you give me directions to the Gallery? My name is Paul Blanchard. Can you ask Paul Gray if we Know each other? Thanks Paul Blanchard at email@example.com.
When will Benita McNider be featured again?
She currently is not on our schedule again. However, if you would like to touch base with her for updates on her and her work, we will gladly put you in touch with her! Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give her your information.
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I LOVE this virtual Artwalk!! Great job, everyone, & thank all who participated in putting it together & sharing the unique talents of Mobile!
Thank you! Appreciate all of the downtown businesses who are participating and all of the effort to organize this unique event.
I have several of your CD’s—-I love the Marreros!
Alright! Full disclosure! I’m admittedly somewhat biased as Eric and I have been friends since high school! He had many more friends than I because he spent so many years there! On top of being a dear friend and a kind soul, he is obviously a multi talent! He has certainly helped make any project I have included him in a huge success! He is well-deserving of this award!
Those sound bites have a great feel…! Congrats, Eric!
I’ve known Eric since High School. Not only does he play a assortment of musical instruments, he is a singer, and a Comedian! He’s played with the Plum Loco Band and many others around the Gulf Coast.
The Mobile Arts Council made a Excellent Choice!
I am proud to have the opportunity to play drums in “Tony B and the Opperators” with Eric. He is a very talented musician and a great guy.
I have several of his CD’s done by Eric and his wife Karin. What a great talented couple. Keep up the good work Eric.
We let me glom on while you’re hot in the news. I listened to Eric at a restaurant years ago playing solo with guitar. I was knocked out at this
highly refined talent. That’s all folks…Ben Mathis, cousin of Ken Matthews.
Eric is an amazing talent. Hoping one day we can do a project together!
I will be dropping off one piece, 30×30 ish
I’m a local artist. I would love two or three (or as many that you will allow) thin slices to paint on. A series. I would love to paint on a piece of history from our beautiful city. Please consider me. Thank you. I love Mobile
It was great talking to you, thank you for letting us know of Nancy’s exhibit!! I can’t wait to see the quilts in person, the photographs are amazing.
Where are the artworks location online?
Do you know when your LUSH 101 classes be able to start?
My name is Selena Garza. I recently moved into a home in Mobile that had been occupied by the same family since it was built in the 70s. They left a piano in the house and inside of the piano chair I found an old recital program from May 2, 1953 at Bernheim Hall. If you guys are interested in preserving and archiving this piece of history I would be happy to pass it along. You can call or email me. Thank you.
850 368 9452
i would like to buy a ticket attend
Eric is not just talented, he is gifted. He has ability, wit,
and work ethic. He will be very successful when ( if ) he grows up.
This is a beautiful traditional quilt. The center medallion was designed and hand appliquéd by Bonnie Z, a Guild member. Many of the members made squares and member Ramona Thompson custom quilted it. All of this was accomplished under the leadership of Lamoyne K and Quilt Show Chairman Peggy Stone. We are excited to be having the first area Quilt Show after COVID-19. Having had much more time to piece, appliqué and quilt you will be treated to see some spectacular quilts at the Festival of Quilts “Back to Traditions.” See you August 20 or 21, 2021 at Abba Shrine Center 7770 Hitt Road.
I am trying to register for the Mobile Music Summit!
If you can’t get the online registration to work, we can register you at the door tomorrow morning. Here is the link here: https://mobilearts.org/mobmusicsummit/
Doors open at 9:30 a.m. and presentations will start by 10:10 a.m.!
Love your work, Benita! Each of your paintings is so eye-catching.
How do we get tickets to your events?
Started my first bowl from a section I got. Hope to be done with some more soon.
Fairhope’s Corey Swindle
is ready to use his talent to recognize Mobile’s best athletes.
By Joey Warner
A life size statue of Hank Aaron is on display at the Mobile Arts Council Gallery next door to the Saenger Theatre in downtown Mobile.
“Being the hometown guy, and having been involved in baseball my entire life, this project is especially near to my heart,”
Corey Swindle wrote in a message.
Corey Swindle of Fairhope, Alabama along with four more finalists have submitted their work and it is on display at the Arts Council Gallery.
One of the talented experts will be chosen as the artist to achieve and fulfill this amazing project.
Six nine-foot-tall bronze statues with pedestals, portraying Mobile’s five Hall of Fame baseball players and one Hall of Fame football player will be erected in the Hall of Fame Courtyard in Cooper Riverside Park next to the Convention Center at the foot of Government Street in
Former Major League baseball players Hank Aaron; Leroy “Satchel” Paige, Willie McCovey, Ozzie Smith, Billy Williams and former Houston Oiler and National Football League player Robert Brazile are the first players to be recognized with more members of the Mobile Sports Hall of Fame to follow.
Swindle’s son, Brody, is a rising star on the baseball field for Coach Matt Limbaugh at Bayside Academy High School in Daphne, AL.
It is evident Corey has his heart and soul in to this opportunity.
As baseball and sports enthusiasts from Mobile and Baldwin Counties as well as the surrounding area, we should rally around and support Corey Swindle with hope he will be the lucky one chosen as the creator of these unique sculptures.
“My team feels we have a great shot at this project and would be honored to be apart of this awesome project,” Swindle wrote.
Check out Corey’s work in the images of Hank Aaron.
I am looking to host a medical school graduation party for approximately 100 people and was wondering if you might have any spaces that could accommodate us. If so, please let me know what you can offer us and the various price points.
Thank you very much!
I am making an electric guitar out of the 2 end pieces I got, cant wait to share it in March!
Omgroovyiness this is a groovy idea . I’m definitely inquiring about this .
Happy day! I walked the parade with another organization and took SOB pictures.
Sorry! Here is the link in a more accessible spot. You are welcome to use them however! https://photos.app.goo.gl/duhB1kiHXj68bnFV6
These photos are great! Thank you for sharing Amanda.
Will the pieces in the Fallen Bienville Oak Exhibition be available for sale?
Yes, there are a few pieces in the collection that are part of a silent auction, and those will be available for bidding until March 31st. Other pieces are for sale, but not a part of the silent auction. Please stop by the gallery (6 S Joachim St., Room 1927) or email email@example.com if you would like to move forward with any purchases or bids!
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Thanks so much, Charlie! We will be reaching out soon about our upcoming fundraiser.
Have u finalized the summer art camp schedule yet
My great nieces Ellen and Jane in Florida wanting to come back again
I registered, picked out our canvas’s. Selected the “done” button and was not directed to paying for our registration.
Hey Terri! Thank you for reaching out about this event. The canvas selection and payment are separate – click this link to register and pay: https://mobilearts.app.neoncrm.com/np/clients/mobilearts/eventRegistration.jsp?event=1144&
You can also call 251-432-9796 and we can register you over the phone.
Hey I registered and paid but did not receive any type of confirmation other than a charge on my credit card. Who should I contact about registration?
Hello Courtney! You should have received an automated email confirmation. I’m guessing it went to your junk/spam folder. We will be reaching out to you shortly! 🙂
Bicycle for two $80
It seems that this show is getting earlier and earlier. I wish I had more time, but I’m going to try to have something by next Monday (June 20). I have been in the show before, but I’m not currently a member, so that will be taken care of when I enter.
Safari Jungle Room
I really hope everything was a success! I didnt learn about the event until registration closed. I would love to attend
24×17 3/4 acrylic on paper Thinking of You
24×36 acrylic on canvas The Goodbye
Painting already submitted but needed the dimensions
I would love to get more information on your Art Shows that you have coming up
Hey Amanda! You can find information about our upcoming exhibitions on our gallery page here: https://mobilearts.org/gallery/
Are the pictures on another site?
The non-miniature items (paintings, prints, etc.) are all set to “buy it now” and are only available to see in the gallery. If you are curious about them, we could send you some images! Just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was so fortunate to get invited to a luncheon at Roxanne’s house where I first saw her miniatures. I have always told people ever since, her display cases were like a “mini museum” . . . . . I wish I had the funding to put all of her miniatures into a single “Roxanne Dyess Miniatures Museum” . . . . she was one talented lady.