Barn wood art, hand-carved walking canes and bottle art will be among the new works on display during the Neshoba Artists Guild's annual Depot Artists Art Show and Sale.

The event, set for Nov. 22 and 23, will include the works of many Neshoba County artists.

It will be the historic train depot.

As of Monday, 27 artists have signed on for the show, which is higher than last year's attendance, said tourism director Kay Rowell.

This year will also feature four new artists to the show: Christina Lewis' barn wood art, Gary Watkins and his hand-carved walking canes, Gwin Robertson and her pastel paintings and bottle art from Mitzi Evans.

"As of right now all of the vendors are from Neshoba County," Rowell said.

The depot can hold a total of 28 vendors inside and a few more outside.

"We could squeeze one more in," Rowell said.

Going into its sixth year, Rowell noted that each year has seen an increase in vendors.

The Friday night show will include a reception from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Saturday's show will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.