Upcoming Exhibitions

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Opening Reception: September 8, 7-9 PM
FREE to the public

This annual exhibition gives local, amateur, and emerging artists who are members of VAAL to exhibit their work in a museum setting. The mission of VAAL is to bring together LaGrange area artists to form a more cohesive and supportive artist community, foster their activities, and to amplify their visibility and voice in the wider community.

Images left to right:
Lanora Pierce Yates, Portrait of a Young Woman. Terri Codlin, A Different Perspective. Lisa McCoy, Ma Rainey.


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Gallery Talk: September 27, 6:30 PM

This exhibition is a celebration of the life and artworks of the late 19th century French Symbolist painter Eugéne Carriére. Join us in the gallery as Dr. Nick Vlachos discusses his passion for collecting Carriére’s masterpieces.

Images: Eugéne Carriére, Portrait d’une Femme, Pastel on Paper, and Maternite, Sanguine on paper.


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Exhibition Dates: October 27, 2018 – January 19, 2018

Date: Saturday, October 27, 2018
Time: 7 – 10 pm
Music: Front Porch Collective
Tickets: $15 members, $20 for soon-to-be members and kids free.
One complimentary beer or wine with ticket purchase, then cash bar.
Grilled appetizers, too.  TO PURCHASE TICKETS CLICK HERE.

Break free of the traditional and standard, stare into the dark night and away from the sane light of convention and civilization. Howl at the Moon night is your chance to just cut free, do something unexpected and just let the wild in you out for an evening.

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The Society of Seven is a group of realist plein air and studio painters based in and around Newnan, Georgia.  Their work promotes and educates the theories and practices of the modern day plein air and realist art movement. Painting from life in oil paint is at the core of our work.  Members include David Boyd, Jr., Sue Christman, Millie Gosch, Dana Johnson, Martin Pate, Elsa Sibley and Brenda Sumpter.  All the works will be for available for purchase.

Web-imagesImages:  David Boyd, Brenda Sumpter, and Martin Pate.