Date: November 19th – January 1st, 2020/2021
Place: 1215 Rayburn Avenue
Guntersville, Alabama 35976
Contact: (256) 571-7597 • www.guntersvillemuseum.org
The Guntersville Museum is now open! There are two great artists on exhibition open now by Larry Allen and Frank Gee. They are asking visitors to wear a mask and practice social distancing when you visit.
Larry Allen’s inspiration for his designs comes largely from African and Native American art. He makes each vessel from a special black stoneware clay through multiple glazings and firings. Most of his pieces involve delicately carving designs into the surface of the wheel-thrown vessel.
Larry Allen was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. For more information visit www.la-pottery.com.
For Frank Gee the world of nature provides the subject matter for all of Frank’s art. His depth of knowledge regarding the anatomy of all species of fish, combined with his interest in biology, render his Gyotaku (fish rubbings) real and captivating; not merely one- dimensional paintings of fish.