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From “UnEarthed” by Amy McCullough.

Review: Amy McCullough unearths the connections between clay-making and life in new Plunkett Gallery exhibit

Ivy Marie Clarke, Arts & Culture Editor April 14, 2021
Amy McCullough has been an artist for over two decades, specializing in large-scale ceramic sculpture. She sculpted the magnolia pod finials that crown the brick columns at the entrance of Tattnall Square Park. She has also instructed Mercer students in her craft and owns Macon Clay downtown, where she hosts classes and workshops as well as has her own studio. 
The most recent exhibit, TAUT, at the McEachern Art Center.

The roadmap to Macon art gallery hopping

Ivy Marie Clarke, Arts & Culture Editor March 25, 2021

Macon is known for nourishing several musical legends, including the Allman Brothers Band, Little Richard and James Brown. However, the visual arts are also blooming in the city, and you can find locations...

Jude Anogwih's art was on display at the McEachern Art Center in Macon, Ga. Jan. 23.

McEachern holds thesis exhibits for MFA graduates 

Ashley Pemberton, Lead Arts & Culture Writer February 19, 2021
Mercer University’s McEachern Art Center has offered its space to a choice group of MFA graduates to exhibit their theses and tell their stories. Each exhibit offers a glimpse into the artists’ worlds, and each piece has a unique story to share.
Review: Gary Blackburn’s camera captures the beauty of the Southern landscape

Review: Gary Blackburn’s camera captures the beauty of the Southern landscape

Ivy Marie Clarke, Staff Reporter November 26, 2019
While Blackburn’s early photography work was primarily done in black and white film, these new pieces explore the power of color and digital media.
Katina Bitsicas's

Review: Katina Bitsicas’ red thread of loss and longing

Ivy Marie Clarke, Staff Reporter October 26, 2019
Katina Bitsicas is the current visiting artist at Plunkett Gallery. Bitsicas’ exhibit, entitled “Revive,” explores themes centered around coming back to life even with death edging close. She uses the motif of red thread, commonly associated with human connection, to symbolize loss and longing.
“Art of the Academics,” a recent exhibit held at Macon’s 567 Center for Renewal, showcased the work of several local art professors. This piece, titled “Eye of the Tiger,” is the work of Dr. Marlin Adams, a professor at Gordon College.

Local professors’ artwork shines in “Art of the Academics” exhibit

Sterling Neill, Contributing Writer September 11, 2015

From Aug. 7 through Aug. 28, Macon was indulged with an exhibit entitled “Art of the Academics” held at the 567 Center for Renewal. The artwork in the exhibit was created by faculty from various institutions...

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