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

Gazing Moments by Vilas Tonape

January 24th – March 29th, 2019
Vereen Gallery
Vilas Tonape is an internationally recognized artist and a teacher. He chairs the department of
art at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Tonape is a native of India and has
been creating art for over thirty years. He received his BFA in Drawing and Painting with
distinction from the Sir J.J. School of Art, University of Bombay, India. He earned and MFA in
Painting from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. His work has been exhibited
internationally, including venues in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Bombay, and Canada.
Tonape has won numerous awards throughout the United States and India, and his work has
been critically acclaimed. Palm Beach Post says: “Tonape’s paintings can be described as
classically inspired, contemporary-realism—interpretive images that enchant the eye.”

Waxing Nostalgia by Kim Yarbrough
Open Until March 30th
The Square Restaurant
25 1st St SE, Moultrie, GA 31768
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. Prior to joining the Arts Center family, Kim worked with Head Start, the Colquitt County school system, and Southern Regional Technical College. Kim has been the Program and  Education Director at the Colquitt County Arts Center since May 2017. She manages grant funded programs, community partnerships, and seeks additional grant funding for the Arts Center. She has been drawing and  painting her entire life and continues to create mixed media paintings with wax, tar, found materials, and various types of paint.

Upcoming Exhibits

Open Wednesday, March 6 – Friday, March 29th
Traverse Gallery 

Youth Art Month is observed nationally each March to emphasize the value of art education for children and to encourage public support for quality school art programs. Colquitt County Arts Center is proud to partner each year with the Moultrie Kiwanis Club and the Colquitt County School System to host an annual month-long Youth Art Month Exhibit. Each year Youth Art Month provides a forum for recognizing skills developed through visual arts experiences that are not possible in other curriculum subjects.

Upcoming Exhibits

Charles Keeling Lassiter
May 2nd, 2019
This exhibit will feature an eccentric selection of original works by artist Charles Keeling Lassiter (1926-2005). He was a formally trained artist who is also considered an outsider because of his style and the mediums he often chose to work in. His work has often described as raw and primitive that has a bold and powerful effect. He has participated in numerous exhibitions in various Galleries and Museums in the United States, Switzerland and France, Including the Museum of Modern Art in 1956 and the Musée de L’Art Brut in 1986.

Ann Goble
June 20th-August 9th, 2019
This exhibit consists of a selection of original paintings featuring subjects that  include equine, figure and still life. Ann Goble works in oils and is influenced by the fluid, painterly style of masters such as Sargent, Maurer, and Serov. She has participated in many juried shows and has received numerous awards for her work. Her works have been published in national magazines including Southwest Art and Western Art Collector. Her paintings are part of many private collections.

“Painting is for me, a search for beauty. I am especially intrigued by the anatomical power and vitality of horses. Their sheer intensity can be seen through the rendering of light as it reflects from a sweat drenched coat or the amber gaze of a horse at day break. Conveying the vibrations of nature is my goal, and it is my hope that the viewer’s alliance with the painting brings to art its truest beauty.”- Ann Goble