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Shared Visions

SHARED VISIONS Please join the Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia and the Blue Heron Nature Preserve for the opening and artist talk of Shared Visions on March 11th from 3pm to 4:30 pm… View »

Shared Visions

SHARED VISIONS Please join the Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia and the Blue Heron Nature Preserve for the opening and artist talk of Shared Visions on March 11th from 3pm to 4:30 p… View »

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Our diverse membership includes sculptors, painters, photographers, art historian, educators as well as supporters of the arts. All member are encourages to participate in meetings, programs, exhibi… View »

Roxane Hollosi "Bound and Freed"

Statement Much of my work addresses the condition of the persecuted soul when oppressed and victimized. To be human is to have freedom of thought, creativity, dreams and hopes. The abhorrence in… View »

Roxane Hollosi "Bolted Secrets, Bound Dreams"

Statement Much of my work addresses the condition of the persecuted soul when oppressed and victimized. To be human is to have freedom of thought, creativity, dreams and hopes. The abhorrence in… View »

Roxane Hollosi "Freedom"

Statement Much of my work addresses the condition of the persecuted soul when oppressed and victimized. To be human is to have freedom of thought, creativity, dreams and hopes. The abhorrence in… View »

Jacque McDonald "Dark Places and Hope"

  back to Human Trafficking Artists Jacque McDonald  "Dark Places and Hope" View »

Joe Dreher "Catch and Release"

Statement My work entitled CATCH AND RELEASE represents the extremes of feeling out of control or under the control of another person and feeling free and in control of your destiny. In between i… View »

Ann Rowles "Complications Detail Two"

Statement We would like to believe that this is a practice from the distant past, or some far away unenlightened culture. It hurts when we realize it is here and now, all around us. The dirty tru… View »

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ART OF THE PROTEST: Part IV

During the Opening Reception, in addition to the installation of message driven visual art  at the WCAGA ART+ACTIVISM Art of the Protest show at Sycamore Place Gallery & Studios in Decatur on September 1, 2017,local area noted writers gave readings of their original poetry. George Hess’s poignant poem, White, which Hess read is published below with his permission. To inquire about reproduction,

ART OF THE PROTEST: ARTIST VOICES PART III

Several  artists who participated in the recent WCAGA ART+ACTIVISM Art of the Protest Show wrote brief statements about their work, which have been compiled in prior blog posts. However, Sandrine Arons, ART+ACTIVISM artist, had a lot more to say. Rather than only posting an excerpt, below is Arons’ full essay about her work Enough is Enough. As she said when submitting her words, “Thanks for this







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