Current Exhibitions

Norman Rockwell in the 1960s

January 12–May 18, 2019
Sara May Love GalleryLink to Norman Rockwell in the 1960s

The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum is pleased to host Norman Rockwell in the 1960s, an exhibition of prints and tearsheets organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, focusing on illustrations he created for magazines during that turbulent decade. In 1963, the artist ended his almost 5 decade-long association with The Saturday Evening Post and began to search for new artistic challenges. Rockwell left behind his beloved story-telling scenes popular in The Post and threw himself into the visual documentation of social issues and current events like school integration, the moon landing, and the murder of civil rights workers. Visit the Exhibition Page for more information and upcoming events associated with Norman Rockwell in the 1960s


Artur Popek: Hemingway's CatInstallation of Artur Popek's work

APRIL 13–JUNE 1, 2019
Zoe Golloway Gallery

Arthur Popek's award-winning graphic prints span traditional printmaking techniques including etching, aquatint, dry point, and mezzotint. His whimsical paintings and prints offer a detailed view of the artist's imagination, often inspired by his surroundings of nature and civilization. As a Polish artist, living and working in his home country, Popek has been a successful painter and illustrator, but his prints are what give him the most joy. Popek feels the process of printmaking brings him "back to his roots."


Virginia Coultas Retrospective

March 2-April 27, 2019Virginia Coultas Retrospective Installation
Munroe Family Community Gallery

Virginia Coultas’ drawings, paintings, and sculptures reflect her life as a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and teacher. Following her husband Lynn through his work, Ginny has lived in Ghana, Haiti, Guatemala, and Zambia. Reflections of these experiences are present in her paintings, although, her true artistic passion is creating portraits in a variety of media. Celebrating her 90th birthday, this retrospective chronicles her artistic and personal journey dating from the 1950s to present and exemplifies her ability to explore a variety of media including charcoal, watercolor, oils, acrylics, and clay.


Gadsden Arts Artists Guild

March 16–June 15, 2019
Bates Community RoomInstallation of the Guild exhibition

On display is the second of the four 2019 exhibitions from Gadsden Arts Artists Guild members. View work by Wendy Adams, Susan J. Allen, Kathy Ferrell, Pattie Maney, Hui Chiu McClure, Janice Ecinja McCaskill, Mary Liz Tippin-Moody, Jill Quadagno, and Don Schneider. The Gadsden Arts Center & Museum Artists Guild was formed to provide an opportunity for local and regional artists to exhibit their artwork year-round, participate in educational seminars and critiques, and volunteer their time helping with Gadsden Arts fundraising events and educational programming. The Guild has over 50 members who live throughout the region and work in a variety of mediums including glass, mixed media, oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography and pen & ink. Learn more about the Artists Guild here.


20th Century Coca Cola Trucks

January 12–April 27, 2019
Sarah K. Newberry GalleryCoca Cola Trucks

In the 20th century, Coca-Cola became part of the fabric of American life. For over 70 years, Coca-Cola remained at a fixed 5¢ for a glass or bottle, which, combined with active advertising made it widely popular. For decades, the Coca-Cola corporation and bottlers distributed limited edition small scale die-cast iron trucks for advertising in communities. In addition to trucks, The Coca-Cola Company was featured on toys and games, dolls, trucks, bikes, scooters, trains, and board games. Gadsden Arts is pleased to display these trucks and cars dating from the 1930-1960s, on loan from one of the largest private collections in the region.


Digital Photographs by Maria A. Renzulli

March 30–June 29, 2019Safe Haven by Maria A. Renzulli
Gadsden County Commissioners' Office

Maria Renzulli is a Philadelphia native who relocated to Florida in 2014. She has recently taken a new approach with her photography by digitally enhancing the photographs to look like sketches. All her photos are taken using natural light and without the use of a tripod. The images in this exhibition are views of Tallahassee, Gadsden County, and Apalachicola. View the work at 9 East Jefferson Street, Quincy, Florida.


ROOTS: selections from our region's artists

February 1, 2019–January 31, 2020

Permanent Collection installationThe Gadsden Arts Center & Museum is excited to present its newest exhibition Roots, featuring works from the museum’s Permanent Collection by some of our local artists. The North Florida region is home to a great many visual artists, and the Gadsden ArtsCenter & Museum is honored to preserve and collect their work. Over half of the works included have never been on display in the Gadsden Art Center & Museum before, making Roots a compelling exhibition for all visitors of the museum. Roots features work by several well known artists from the region, including Dean Mitchell, Beth Appleton, and Joe McFadden. To learn more about the works on display, visit the exhibition page

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Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs,
and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture



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