Website-and-Facebook-The-Details
Images above: Art Werger, Beneath the Surface, etching, on loan from the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Georgia.  Gail Wegodsky, Yak Attack, oil on canvas, on loan from the artist.

ON VIEW: November 1 – January 18, 2020

48x43_
Gail Wegodsky, Reflections, oil on linen, on loan from the artist.

Atlanta based artist, Gail Wegodsky is a figurative painter whose works appear in public and private collections throughout the United States. Gail has taught painting at the University of Rhode Island, Southern Illinois University, University of Georgia, Indiana University, the Torpedo Factory Art League School in Alexandria, and Kennesaw State University.  For more information visit: http://gailwegodsky.com/

Werger-Art-Night-Games-SB0000619
Art Werger, Night Games, Color Etching, 1987, on loan from the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon Georgia.

Art Werger is a Professor of Art in the Printmaking program at Ohio University where he was recently named a Presidential Research Scholar. Through the media of aquatint, etching and mezzotint, these works attempt to place the viewer into an active relationship with the subject through various forms of narrative engagement. His artwork presents imagery from an aerial vantage point, or overlapping other layers of reality, taking on the role of the omniscient narrator in a work of fiction. For more information visit: https://artwerger.com/


OUR MISSION

The LaGrange Art Museum is dedicated to the enjoyment and understanding of the visual arts through the quality of its collections, exhibitions, education programs, and community outreach initiatives.  It is committed to being a vital partner in the educational and cultural life of the community it serves. Its mission is to support lifelong learning that reflects the value of diversity and contributes to the viability of the region by serving as both an art museum and community arts center with a special dedication to serving the region’s youth.

donate-with-scissors