New Art Gallery Features Works from Local Artists!

Show Me the Monet Gallery of Fine Art had its Grand Opening on Friday, September 26, 2019! 

Pepper Crary, Mansfield Art Association Board Member and Vice President, launched her new gallery as a place to allow local artists the opportunity to display and sell their art. 

Currently, the gallery features works from 24 local artists and includes a variety of mediums and artistic styles. In addition to works of art, there are also original pieces of locally crafted jewelry and unique gifts items. 

The Show Me the Monet Gallery of Fine Art is located inside Gracie Lane at 4720 South Cooper Street in Arlington. 

The gallery also hosted a successful silent auction to benefit the Mansfield Art Association during the grand opening. 

Below are some photos from the grand opening that featured many Mansfield Art Association artists!

Pepper Crary, Gallerist, just prior to the Grand Opening Celebration!

Pepper Crary, Gallerist, just prior to the Grand Opening Celebration!

Gary Crary checking the food table prior to start of the event.

Gary Crary checking the food table prior to start of the event.

Silent auction items to benefit the Mansfield Art Association!

Silent auction items to benefit the Mansfield Art Association!

Jim Gensheer, water color artist, did a live painting during the event.

Jim Gensheer, water color artist, did a live painting during the event.

Patti Wilkinson, acrylic and oil artist, also did a live painting during the grand opening.

Patti Wilkinson, acrylic and oil artist, also did a live painting during the grand opening.

Linda Roman talks to a couple of guests while Patti paints.

Linda Roman talks to a couple of guests while Patti paints.

Mark Cummings, one of the many MAA artists, stands by one of his paintings in the gallery.

Mark Cummings, one of the many MAA artists, stands by one of his paintings in the gallery.

Everybody had a great time and enjoyed the art and camaraderie with the artists. Three artists, Pepper Crary, Sandra Grimland and Bruce Tinch (right) spend time with Scott Oldenburg and Gary Crary (left).

Everybody had a great time and enjoyed the art and camaraderie with the artists. Three artists, Pepper Crary, Sandra Grimland and Bruce Tinch (right) spend time with Scott Oldenburg and Gary Crary (left).

The turnout by the public was good and the grand opening was a huge success for local artists!

The turnout by the public was good and the grand opening was a huge success for local artists!