The Arts Center has 4 main galleries which include the Vereen Gallery, McCall Gallery, Traverse Gallery and the Contemporary Gallery. All exhibits are free and open to the public during operating hours. M-F 10 am – 5:30 pm
Jan 26th – March 23rd
The Wildlife Exhibition is an exhibition featuring the original works of multiple Southern wildlife artists. The Wildlife Exhibition will be in the Vereen Gallery.
About the Artists:
Randy Gibbs was born and raised in Colquitt County. He attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and Valdosta State College as an art major. After serving in the Army as a paratrooper, he returned to Moultrie to work in a variety of fields. At the age of 40, he put his artistic talents to work at Woodhaven Plantation, giving way to the start of a beautiful career. Specializing in watercolor and ink drawings, Gibbs has created Tourism logo for the Chamber of Commerce promoting Moultrie as the “City of Southern Living” as well as the 2017 Moultrie Christmas Ornament featuring Tom White Field at Mack Tharpe Stadium. In addition to his art, Gibbs also owns and operates Funston Art and Framing where he exhibits and sells his original works and prints.
Taylor White is an Alabama native who attributes her love of wildlife to her early exposure to nature and its intricate relationship between all living things. White believes that personal experience and first hand observation play key roles in creating her paintings, and inspiration for her compositions stem largely from travels that she enjoys with her husband, James. White has been published in Wildlife Art News, Sporting Classic, Alabama Conservation, Alabama Wildlife, Southeastern Art Showcase, on the cover of Covey Rise magazine, and other periodicals. Her paintings can be found in variety of public and private collections throughout the United States and Canada.
Moultrie artist Anna Carlton captures the beauty and colors of nature in her bold and vibrant watercolors. “Nature is strong in color and texture and always reveals the unexpected,” says Anna. And her paintings are all about color. Watercolors, however, were not always her medium of choice. For over 30 years Anna worked with three dimensional art including clay, paper mache, pottery and collage. After several spine surgeries left her unable to endure the physical demands of 3D, Anna went looking for a new medium in which to express herself. She began to explore the intricacies of watercolors and fell in love them. Her watercolors have received regional and national recognition and been exhibited in numerous one person and group shows including those of the Tallahassee Watercolor Society, Georgia Watercolor Society, Southern Watercolor Society, Georgia Artists with Disabilities and the 2008 Women of the Pen Exhibit, Atlanta Branch. Anna has earned signature status in the Tallahassee and Southern Watercolor Societies. Her work was included in the Paint America Top 200 and Paint the Parks Top 100 in America traveling exhibits and, most recently appeared in Art Collector Magazine and in the North Light Books publication Splash II: New Directions.
Artist Guild Exhibition
April 5th – April 27th
Members of the CCAC Artist Guild will have an opportunity to showcase their works in the Vereen gallery. To learn more about the Artist Guild and its members visit the Artist Guild page.
Featured artist’s work: Thomas Hobbs
David Boyd Plein Air Exhibition
May 3rd – June 1st
A showcase of beautiful works painted of nature in nature by Plein Air artist David Boyd. Learn more about this popular technique spanning hundreds of years in his upcoming workshop to be announced.