Art Gallery

Explore the current exhibit, look forward to the next, or participate in an upcoming community exhibit!

Photo: A. Belcher

About the Gallery

The fine art gallery showcases individual artists, community exhibits, and student exhibits throughout the year. Every exhibit is welcomed by a free artist reception that allows visitors to see the exhibit first and meet the artist/s. Exhibits are typically on display for two months. If you are interested in holding an exhibit in the gallery, please email prac@audubon.org and send digital samples of your current work.

Current Exhibit: Artist Hannah Howze to Exhibit "Abstract Expressions"

"Abstract Expressions" is the theme of the next exhibit in the Moss Point Fine Art Gallery and will feature the work of Hannah Amelia Howze.

Hannah is a self-taught artist from Gautier who focuses most of her current work on expressions through abstract medium. Her original works include various images of sea life, nature and other interpretations.

“I have been in business since May 2021 when I decided to take a leap of faith and pursue an art career,” she said.

The opening of “Abstract Expressions” will be Thursday, October 20, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Pascagoula River Audubon Center.  Admission is free, and light snacks and beverages will be served.

Stop by to meet this local artist and support her work.  This exhibit will remain in the Moss Point Fine Art Gallery through the first week of December. 

For information about having a show in the Moss Point Fine Art Gallery, please email prac@audubon.org

Click HERE for a sneak peek of exhibited art.

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