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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

With over 30 exhibitions a year, there is always new art to see. 

ON DISPLAY BEGINNING JUNE 7

OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, JUNE 7 | 5-7PM

Southern Watercolor Society’s
47th Annual Exhibition

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Sorrow, Cheryl Fausel

2023 Best in Show

100 watercolor artists from across the Southeast will be featured in the Southern Watercolor Society’s 47th annual exhibition, juried this year by Lynn D. Pratt.

The Main Gallery will open on Friday, June 7 – Visitors are welcome to meet the artists and view this juried exhibition at the opening reception on Friday, June 7 from 5-7pm. This is the second year in a row that the Center for the Arts has hosted this exhibition.

 

On display through Saturday, July 27.

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MAIN GALLERY

MILLER GALLERY

The Instructor and Students

GAGNON ATELIER

The Classical Atelier training method is an art educational tradition that originated in 19th-century France. The word, “Atelier” means, “Artist’s Workshop/Studio”. During the Renaissance, Master Artists would house several apprentices training under them from age six to twenty. Today, this tradition continues as Artists from beginners to professionals enroll in Atelier programs to develop their skills and mentor under professional Artists.

 

The artworks on display (40 in total) are examples of the instructor (Tim Gagnon) and his students’ (Laura Tuvyana, Debra Makar, Stephanie Bloyd and Mary Ellen Rice) work from various training lessons.

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 HIGBY GALLERY

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Illustrative works by

Maya Walls

The building of our Digital Art Gallery is currently in progress. Check back later!

SPOTLIGHT GALLERY

“Born and raised in Panama City, I am currently enrolled at Gulf Coast State College for my AA in Art. I am very interested in character design and storytelling, and am looking to pursue an artistic career in a related field. I love creating new characters to live in the worlds I imagine by myself and in collaboration with others.


This show was all about developing characters for a personal project in collaboration with other artists. This show is done mostly with alcoholic marker and colored pencils as I focus on smaller details involving color, contrast, and shape language.”

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Upcoming Exhibitions

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

JULY 2024

- Main Gallery -

Southern Watercolor Society

47th Annual Exhibition

-Miller Gallery-

Deborah Bassett

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