Alabama Cotton Festival: Eclectic, AL

Representatives of the DAC Foundation had a great day on Saturday, October 29 at the Alabama Cotton Festival in Eclectic. It was a beautiful autumn day with lots of visitors interested in learning more about the historic Dixie Art Colony. Interested in owning a piece of Alabama Art History? Use the

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ALABAMA ARTIST: How High The Moon

"Youngerman's Barn," a watercolor painting by Carlos Alpha "Shiney" Moon, was included in an in a March 1953 exhibition at the Montgomery Museum Fine Arts. The painting was also shown in the 1953 Florida International Art Exhibition where it received a Grumbacher Award of Merit. ALABAMA ARTIST: March–April 1953 Carlos

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Art in U.S. Embassies Exhibition

Shiney Moon included in Bucharest U.S. Embassy Exhibition: The Museum of Modern Art first envisioned the idea of a global visual arts program, and in 1963, President John F. Kennedy formalized it. Today, with more than 200 venues, ART In Embassies curates temporary and permanent exhibitions for the representational spaces

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Exposing Fragments form the Past

 The Lost Colony Ceiling Panels:  One year at the Nobles Ferry site, colonists decided to paint the lodge's tin ceiling panels. The ceiling was divided into square panels and each artist was assigned a two-and-one-half-foot square for a composition about themselves. Thereafter, everyone who studied at the Nobles Ferry site

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