Water’s Edge Studio Features Eclectic Group of Artists
Palms, palms, palms! Galveston has them and, for the January 28 ArtWalk, Gayle Reynolds will be painting them.
Rex Reynolds has been trying a new stain on his tallboys. It’s white and transparent so the grain shows through. Gayle Reynolds is calling them his “White Linen Chairs,” because of their clean look. Rex is boning up on his dory-building skills just now because he will be starting a new boat soon.
Other artists exhibiting in The Water’s Edge include: Pat Moberley Moore with her bronze sculptures. She is also starting a new series of sculptures of women in clay. Charles Caillouet has carved and painted wooden birds and stoneware pottery on display.
David Michael Brady has stoneware bowls for the kitchen as well as his chili bowls. Other pottery is by John Whitman and Madeleine Baker. Blown glass is by Patricia Gruy.
The Water’s Edge Studio and Gallery is located at 1302 21st Street at Avenue M. The Gallery is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sometimes, the owners leave at lunchtime. Visit www.galvestonwatersedge.com or call 409-762-1925.