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Gallery plans summerlong exhibit by Flint Hills artists

Staff writer

A summerlong special exhibit by Flint Hills artists will be on display starting June 24 at Gallery 101 in Marion.

Owner and former art teacher Jan Davis also offers her own creations for sale and gives art lessons.

“I do all ages,” Davis said. “I’ve had some from 4-year-olds to students in their 70s.”

The gallery sells glass creations, watercolors, acrylics, oils, prints, photos, and fused glass jewelry.

Among the works for sale are watercolors by retired minister Deb Hanes-Nelson and photos by Phoebe Janzen and Tina Wilcox.

“I have quite a bit of her stuff up now,” Davis said.

She also sells blown glass creations by John Almahauer.

Gallery 101 has been in business nearly six years. Davis retired after 27 years of teaching in Marion, Peabody and Oklahoma.

“It’s enjoyable to have buyers come in the first time,” she said.

Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.

Last modified May 31, 2017