The Guachoya Cultural Art Center in Lake Village will feature Pamela Becker Balducci’s artwork in an exhibit from July 7 through July 30. Lillette McAllister’s local paint class will also have their work on display along with James Armijo’s spray paint art.
A reception will be held on July 10 from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. The event is free of charge and open to the public.
Balducci graduated from Florida State University with B.A. in History and Criticism of Art, and minor in Studio Art. Her art experience includes “A One-Woman Painting Exhibit” at the Cavalier Gallery of Fine Art in Florida, a mural she was commissioned to paint for the State of Florida, research of private collections, director of Gallery Contemporanea in Florida, exhibits in northwest Mississippi including Sycamore Arts “Artistic Expressions” shows and “Art Walk”, International Exhibit at The Hawthorn Gallery in Birmingham, Alabama, commissioned paintings and portraits, Advisory Council for The Independence Arts Conservatory and Conference Center in Mississippi and teaching art privately.
Her artwork was also featured in Mid-South Horse Review.
Balducci resides in McGehee with her husband, Dr. Ed Balducci, pastor of the First Baptist Church.
Lillette McAllister is from Wilmot and teaches a painting class in Lake Village. McAllister’s students who will be participating in this exhibit include Beth White, Dean Ann Smith, Betty Norris, Andrea Allbritton and Ann Sivils.
James Armijo lives in Lake Village and is a self-taught spray paint artist.
The Guachoya Cultural Art Center is located at 1652 Highway 65 & 82 in Lake Village and is open from from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. util 1 p.m. on Fridays.
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