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Gladys V. Mitchell was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and was a member of the Santa Fe Artist Colony. She is best known for her Modernist landscape paintings of pueblos and figurative paintings of Native Americans. She worked in oil, watercolor and woodcut/woodblock. Mitchell experimented with material, color and texture. She painted with a vivid palette and began to introduce sand into her oils.

This still life is printed from etched lucite. Unlike etching on traditional materials like copper, etching on lucite creates a strong textural effect; the image appears almost embossed.

While a resident of Saint Augustine, Florida, Mitchell molded plastics into jewelry, which she sold from her home on Charlotte Street in the historic downtown.

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GALLERY WILL BE CLOSED

Due to the path of Hurricane Ian, the St. Augustine Art Association will be closed Wednesday, September 28th through Sunday, October 2nd.

Monday Night Figure Drawing will STILL be happening on Monday, October 3rd, 6:00 – 9:00 PM.

ARTISTS: If you have not picked up your work from the Fall Members Show, you may do so next week.

The Receiving dates for the Tactile Show remain the same:
Tuesday, October 4 (11:30am – 5:30pm)
Wednesday, October 5 (11:30am – 5:30pm)
Installation will be on Thursday, October 6

The gallery will re-open to the public on Friday, October 7th as we debut the Tactile Art Show and St. Augustine Camera Club Members Show. Join us that evening for First Friday Art Walk, 5:00 – 8:00 PM!