About The Museum

The Meridian Museum of Art (MMA) is housed in the historic Old Carnegie Library building, which was constructed in 1912-13, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and as a Mississippi Landmark. The Museum seeks to promote and support the art, artists, and art programs of our area and region through art education, exhibitions, collections, collaborations with other organizations, special events, and community involvement. MMA programs are designed to further these goals and to make art accessible to everyone in the community. The Museum serves an audience from across the state and region, but primarily from Meridian and Lauderdale County and the surrounding counties: Kemper, Neshoba, Newton, Jasper, and Clarke (in MS), and Sumter and Choctaw (in AL).

47th Annual Bi-State Art Competition and Exhibition

 


47th Annual Bi-State Art Competition and Exhibition Accepted Artists and Selections

Sabyna Sterrett 

Plastic Forever, Dark Dilemma 

Mouise Richards 

White Trees

Susan Nawrocki

Landscape 33

Thomas Nawrocki

Zig Zag Zig 51

Maureen  A. Donnelly

Atchafalaya

Maureen  A. Donnelly

Xanthus

Nancy A. Mitchell

Spring Tulips

Denise Dengler

Zucchini Man

Leslie Burns

Behind Potemkin’s Castle (2020)

Julia Graber

Willow X

Julia W. Gary 

Textured Street

Julia W. Gary 

Backdoor Madonna

Jere Allen

Guide

Jere Allen

Filo

Sadako Lewis

Not A Day Goes by

Sadako Lewis

An Easy Transition

Sadako Lewis

And She Smiles

Pamela Askew

Small Wild

Neha Luhar

Mother Yoni

Martha Markline Hopkins

Utopia 3

Mary Price Kerr

Pensive

Mary Price Kerr

Sunset in the Nantahala

Joni Gruber

Hexagon 03

Joni Gruber

Subterranean

Danny Brunt

Another Look

Judy Rayner

Creation 

Carolyn Busenlener

A Positive Attitude

Marita Gootee

Last Time

J’Marcus Alfred

EDEN

Larry Harris 

Old School

Rick Anderson

Dynamics I & II

Barbara Anne Carver Hunt

Tales of the Goddess: Lady- Unique-Mistress of the Heart: Wash- Day Monday 

Lawayne House 

Triune

Lawayne House 

I Told A Secret To An Egrit

Lawayne House 

Something To Ponder

Laura Holladay

Intercession 

Laura Holladay

Storm Gazing 

Sam Fioretti 

Reelfoot Lake Dawn 

Angee Montgomery

Trickster

Angee Montgomery

Honey Hole

Jill Hammes

Meandering II

Martina Sciolino 

The Chrysanthemums

Traci Stover

Zinnias with Bees and Butterfly

Traci Stover

Elephant Ears and Winter Honeysuckle

Traci Stover

Crape Myrtle Over the Fence

Julie Plasketes

Tree Houses

Julie Plasketes

River Side

Deborah Thompson 

Flowers 

Margaret Gluhman 

Art Mail

Euphus Ruth

McKeone-Bergine Cemetery 

Gail Morton

The Compass

Mara Jambor

Let’s Go!

Mara Jambor

Swans at Sunset

Kim Whitt

Underwater Forms

Carolyn McIntyre Norton

Near Fawns Resting

Cary Haycox

Elusive Anatomy, Back Study -01

Cecelia Moseley 

Acknowledge  I and II

Charles Carraway

Opague Windows

Charles Carraway

Cloud and Three Walls

Charles Carraway

Doorway

Kathie Bauerlen

Cypress Swamp Morning

Randy Jolly

Fishing the Mississippi

Michelle Jones

Moonstruck

Michelle Jones

Gush 

Cynthia Buob 

Intent

Carrie Lassetter Reeves

Cyprus Harvest

Carrie Lassetter Reeves

Cavo Greco, Cyprus

Carrie Lassetter Reeves

Panagia Angeloktisti, Kiti, Cyprus

Andrea Kostyal

Your Charm is your Downfall, 2020

Andrea Kostyal

Empty Chairs

Hunter Vroonland

Guernica Jar

Robert Gibson

Ground Work #1

Robert Gibson

Ground Work #2

Daniel C. Ethridge

Where the Shrooms Dare to Grow

Meredith Knight

Birthright

Meredith Knight

Biophilia

Mark Brown

Pine Series (No. 25)

Obie Clark

Untitled 1

Obie Clark

Untitled 3

Christopher Trice

New Moon

Gary Chapman

WO MAN

Zack Underwood

Paula

Laura Holladay

Incoming Storm 

Zack Underwood

Remnants

 

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628 25th Avenue
Meridian, MS

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Tuesday-Saturday: 11:00AM–4:00PM