Celebrating the Final Days of Memphis in May!
For as long as anyone can remember, May has been closely linked with the City of Memphis. Longtime residents and out-of-towners flock to downtown for annual rain-or-shine festivities, notably the Beale Street Music Festival and the World Championship Barbecue Fest -- yum!

This May is even sweeter, as we celebrate the city's bicentennial on Saturday, May 25th!

In honor of our hometown, this issue is focused on Memphis artists and Memphis themes. Please contact us if a piece sparks your interest. We'd love to make a Memphis love connection!
Goetze Art & Design has obtained a collection of drawings by Memphis artist Charles Inzer. Like what you see? Contact us to purchase or to see more pieces!
Check Out the Latest from Adam Batchelor
You don't have to be a Memphis Tigers fan to love this new watercolor, but it certainly doesn't hurt. These big cats are irresistible, and we love the artist's cheeky sense of humor.
Adam Batchelor, Two Tigers , 2019, watercolor and gouache on paper, 38 x 30 in // LINK
Remembering a Legendary Memphis Location
Talk to any longtime Memphis foodie who was painting the town 30 or 40 years ago, and they will wax nostalgic about Justine's, a jewel of a fine-dining restaurant that brought New Orleans-style service and cuisine to Memphis in a charming, pink, Victorian mansion on Coward Place.

Many tears were shed when Justine's closed in 1996, but Janet Smith, daughter of owner Justine Smith, has helped keep the memory alive through a cookbook and her artwork of the restaurant. If you'd like to own this piece, contact us !
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