Below is a list of artists who live and create in Hannibal. Click on the Hannibal link (left) to download a map and listing of participants in the upcoming 50 Miles of Art Studios and Galleries
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AVA Goldworks -
Randall and Brandy Hurt
Randall Hurt, one of only 121 Jewelers of America Certified Master Bench Jewelers in the nation, and daughter Brandy create unique award-winning jewelry that is wearable art.
211 Center St.
Hannibal Alliance Art Gallery
Fine art collaborative gallery featuring local, regional and nationally recognized artists.
112 N. Main St.
Coffee shop featuring works by Hannibal and regional artists.
211 N. Main St.
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Designer, jeweler and metalsmith. Simplified and stylized natural forms take shape in silver and high karat gold. Subtle textures, elegant lines, traditional techniques and contemporary design comes together.
125 North Maple
Collaborative gallery featuring contemporary and traditional works by Missouri and Illinois artists.
310 North Main St.
Jeweler working in textile, enamel, faux bone and wood.
Golden Hill Studio
Art restoration service owned and operated by art conservator Gordon Harrison. Provides quality cleaning, conservation, and repair to fine art, paintings, and frames.
Ayers Pottery - Steve Ayers
Working studio of potter Steve Ayers - functional stoneware pottery in gorgvivid glazes.
308 N. Third St.
Tour a working advertising agency and enjoy paintings by Sally Poole.
108 North Third Suite 100
(also at Fresh Ayers
or by appointment)
Mon - Fri 9-5
Hannibal Arts Council
Community arts agency gallery featuring monthly exhibits by Hannibal and regional artists.
105 South Main Street
Garret Art Studio & Gallery
Oil painting instruction by Cyndi Taylor, gallery features paintings and artwork by Cyndi Taylor and her students. By appointment.
924 Center St.
The Studio of Micheal Paul Cole
Photographs by Micheal Paul Cole. Works are shown in former church. By Appointment or at Riverside Originals.
Hand sculpted jewelry made from earthenware clay. Glazes are a dreamy palette of matte and gloss colors.
Celenze’s Art Studio - Greg Celenze
Artist explores how the mind meets the medium as his personal history mingles with pigments creating powerful pieces that pack a wallop and make you think.
(573) 795-4290 or (573) 795-4033
Work consists of 20" x 30” Polaroids photographs which are created with the world's largest portable instant film camera. One of a kind photographs depict surreal landscapes and installations. By Appointment.
125 North Maple
Barry Mandot Messer
Bold distinctive and visually exciting! Original abstract paintings in oils and acrylics.
224 Shepherd Place,
Inside Logue’s Restaurant. Oil Paint and mixed media artist. Work on display in back dining area of Logue's Restaurant. Saturday and Sunday 6am-9pm.
121 Huckleberry Dr.
Picture Perfect gallery & framing
Gallery and framing specializing in Missouri art and handcrafted gifts created in Missouri and the USA.
101 N. Main St.
Native American Trading Company
Art Gallery featuring World Class artists such as Bev Doolittle, Herman Adams, J.D. Challenger, Judy Larson, and Howard Terpining.
115 N. Main St.
Gallery with over 40 artists under one roof. Fine Art and unique, handcrafted home decor. Gallery hosts works by Potter Steve Ayers, Furniture Builder John Michael Moore, Photographer Micheal Paul Cole, Painter Juan Ramirez and other local, regional and nationally recognized artists.
209 N. Main St.
Nancy Lee Kaufman
Gallery and Studio
Handwoven wearable art.
219 N. Main St.
Studio of Michael Bierman
M. Bierman paints, sculpts, and creates works in various other media. In addition, he has created numerous murals for public companies as well as for private homes.
(573) 231 - 8009
Hoodoo MO Gallery and StudioFolk and Outsider Art Collection housed in an old church. Also features painting studios of Hoke Roberts and T. Marie Nolan. By Appointment or On-Line Gallery.
925 Lyon St.
Wine and Gifts
Features hand-carved candles, West Winery wines and gift items. Just off Highway 79 South at the Mark Twain Cave Complex.
Hickory Stick Quilt & Gift Shop - Pat Waelder
2009 Better Homes & Gardens TOP 10 Quilt Shop. Newly remodeled full line quilt shop in historic downtown. Three historic buildings with over 3,000 bolts of fabric, quilting supplies, large display of quilts, vintage Redwork and stitchery.
326 N. Main
Links to Other Sites...City of Clarksville -- Hannibal Visitors & Convention Bureau -- Louisiana Chamber of Commerce
Hannibal Arts Council -- Missouri Division of Tourism -- Pike County Development
Louisiana Mayor’s Office of Economic Development -- Raintree Arts Council
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