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Clay and Canvas is a fine arts and crafts gallery, situated in northeast Mississippi, 4 miles north of Tupelo. The gallery carries art and craft work of regional, national and international recognized artists and also specializes in high quality pottery. Among the artists are Jack Phipps, Amanda Michael, Billy Kirk, Bruce Bigelow, and Wanda Hunter. Pottery works of Antoinette Badenhorst are available.

Location: 109 TownCreek Drive, Suite A, Saltillo Mississippi 38866 Telephone 662-869-1651

Other Art nearby:
(Tuscumbia) Alabama Music Hall of Fame
(Saltillo) Clay and Canvas Gallery
(Tupelo) Gum Tree Museum
(Oxford) Southside Gallery

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