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

A Little Beauty
Paintings by Kim Yarbrough

February 11th – March 23rd
The Square Restaurant Downtown Moultrie

Kim Yarbrough is a native of Colquitt County. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art degree from Valdosta State University and is also certified in Art Education. She also holds a Masters in Teaching in Special Education and an Education Specialist in Special Education degrees. Kim has been the Program and Education Director at the Colquitt County Arts Center since May 2017. She has been drawing and  painting her entire life and continues to create mixed media paintings with wax, tar, fabric, found materials, and various types of paint. Kim is available for commissioned pieces as well.

Pursuit of Color
Mixed Media Wildlife Paintings by Vivian Jendzio
January 30th – March 20th
Arts Center Vereen Gallery

Vivian Jendzio’s paintings  reflect movement and  the energies of life and force. Painting and drawing are automatically entwined  with each other, which is  intuitive through feeling and sensitivity of  the subject matter.

Jendzio’s award- winning work has been exhibited throughout the United States. She has degrees in  Fine Art and in Physical Education which translates into a kinetic expression in her artwork. Combining the use of paint, and drawing Jendzio creates vibrant tensions while the underlying images and motion shows through.

Jendzio’s artwork has won numerous awards, and  has been shown in prestigious exhibitions . Her artwork paintings and drawings are   in numerous  collections private and corporate  and  is represented with  many gallleries where she is  known for her  expressive large  mixed media works.

Celebrating art education in our community, featuring art from students in grades K-12.
Exhibit Open March 5th – March 27th
Traverse Gallery M-F 10 am – 5:30 pm
Hosted by Kiwanis of Moultrie
The Youth Art Month (YAM) program started by the National Art Education Association, provides a medium for recognizing skills developed through visual arts experiences unlike any other curriculum subjects, including: Problem solving, Creativity, Observation and 

Upcoming Exhibits

The Art of Bugs
April 2nd – June 19th
Vereen Gallery

Beautiful photographs by respected nature photographers from near and far, as well as illustrated texts and materials. 

Myra Hurst
April 2nd – June 19th
Traverse Gallery