Steve and I had a chance to spend some time in Meridian, Mississippi recently and loved it. Always before, it was a place we saw the signs and exits for from the interstate, but this time we went into the middle of downtown and looked more closely. We found a beautiful hotel, a magnificent museum, a fabulous restaurant, and lots of painted carousel horses. THE THREEFOOT HOTEL No, it's not a miniature replica of a hotel, as the name might suggest. Instead, The Threefoot Hotel
Two places you must check out when you’re driving throughout Thoroughbred Country in South Carolina — roughly the area immediately east and south of Augusta, Georgia — are the Little Red Barn Pottery and Art Gallery in Barnwell, SC and Jim Harrison Gallery in Denmark, SC. LITTLE RED BARN POTTERY AND ART GALLERY Liz Ringus is the Master Potter who owns this store/gallery along with her husband. You can actually watch Liz work if you visit at just the right times. She may be be
Small towns can have enormous civic pride, and I believe it often reveals itself in the form of public art. When a town cares enough to pay artists to paint murals in key places or create sculptures representing unity, deep moral values or the lives of deeply-loved members of the community, it says a lot. These works and objects provide beauty, evoke imagination, cause a chuckle, inspire and help to educate residents and visitors who come to their towns. In June of 2018, Ms.
Men and boys, listen up! This is a museum you will LOVE!! Cowboys and Indians, horses and calf-ropers are everywhere! As a matter of fact, the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia contains the largest permanent exhibition space for Western art in the entire United States. If you grew up watching Gunsmoke, Wyatt Earp, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Bonanza, Gene Autrey or movies such as “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” this place is for you. The paintings, sculptures