Visual Arts

Thank you for your interest in showing artwork in the 6th Annual October Spooktacular! This showcase is organized and curated by local artist and hallow-queen, Heather René Dunaway. This group exhibition is all things spooky, featuring local artists and their...

Meet Local Artist : Jason Chambers Jason Chambers was born in Augusta, Georgia in 1979. He graduated from Westside High School in 1998. From an early age Jason showed an interest and promise in art. His father was a local editorial...

Meet Local Artist : Sindhu Pillai Sindhu Pillai in front of her work at the City Gallery Sindhu was born in India. She moved to the United States and raised her family here. They moved to Augusta, GA about 8 years  ago....

Treasure Inland Exhibitionon display in the Augusta & Co. Gallery Treasure Inland is a showcase of treasure map-inspired works from local artists Christina Berkshire, Amy Callan, Jeremy Cohen, Nikolas Bryan-Dunaway and Heather René Dunaway curated by the Greater Augusta Arts Council...

Marble Castle Group ExhibitionNow on Display in the City Gallery Marble Castle is a group exhibition of works by Joey Hart, Katie Scarborough, Camille “Camiwips” Cater and Jacob Boland. In this showcase there are select works inspired by the Augusta Richmond...

Meet Local Artist: Lea Rigdon Lea Rigdon, local to Augusta, GA, is a self-taught artist working predominately with watercolors. Some of her first memories are of her own mother creating art. Lea began creating at a young age. At the time,...

Meet Salonika Rhyne We wanted to learn a little more about our Golden Blocks Muralist, local artist and Red Door Gallery owner, Salonika Rhyne. Here is what we discovered. Salonika is a painter, muralist, accessory designer and seamstress. As a painter, she...

City Gallery: Winter Art Exhibit & Sale 2020 Deadline: November 15, 2020 Theme: winter art, big and small Show dates: December 1, 2020 – January 8, 2021 Exhibition at the City Gallery (Municipal Building 1st Floor at 535 Telfair Street) The Greater Augusta Arts Councils...

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