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Museum of the Coastal Bend

No Stone Unturned: A Lifetime of Archaeology

"No Stone Unturned: A Lifetime of Archaeology--The Ben McReynolds Collection" is a year-long temporary exhibit at the Museum of the Coastal Bend. Ben McReynolds is an archaeological steward for Goliad County, a CoBALT member, and a MCB volunteer. He has recently donated an extensive array of artifacts to the MCB, including painted pebbles, projectile points, and bone and shell tools. No Stone Unturned honors McReynolds’ lifetime of responsible collecting.

The exhibit opens April 23, 2021 and will be on view through 2022.

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The Nave Museum

leaving the past behind & moving forward together

Elaine Rose and Guiteau Lanoue are a contemporary art duo based out of Houston. The duo uses mixed media, paper collages, and texture to bring new energy, hope, and beauty to the public after months of isolation from the pandemic.

Elaine Lanoue is a contemporary artist who works with her husband in their studio in Houston. Elaine calls her paintings happy paintings and gives God all the glory for her gifts. I can do all things thru Christ Jesus who strengthens me is a favorite scripture, Many of her paintings have been placed in corporate and private collections all over the world.

Over a period of time she has received purchase awards from collectors at OKC Festival of the Arts intermittently from 1999 - 2018. Ten of her paintings are in the collection of the Marietta Museum of Art and Whimsy in Sarasota FL. She has been featured in 1983 Notable Women of Texas , 1990s Who's who of American Women, Who's Who of Interior Design, Who’s Who in America (under prev name of Elaine Rose), as well as 2008 Who's who in America. She exhibited for over 8 years in International Artexpo in NYC.

Guiteau Lanoue, a native of Port au Prince Haiti, creates beautiful textured, structured and geometric mixed media handmade paper collages. Guiteau uses cotton linter fibers which he scores, rolls or folds to complete the dimensional paper sculpture he envisions. He acquired collectors all over the world through exhibitions at International Art Expo in NY City and subsequently through juried art festivals in the United States including his cubist dancers which were purchased and placed in the Marietta Whimsy Museum in Sarasota Florida. He is inspired by the geometric influences of Africa also reflected through works of Picasso and Paul Klee and the memories of the colorful Caribbean. He is a believer in God’s gift of salvation to all. His scripture “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” is a verse of encouragement.

The exhibit opens June 4, 2021 and runs through August 1, 2021.


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