Carnegie Visual Arts Center

Past Exhibitions

Embracing Art: A Coming Together of Amateur & Professional Artists

Originally posted on Mar 5th, 2018

March 6 – April 14, 2018 — Embracing Art : A Coming Together of Area Amateur & Professional Artists was the inaugural exhibition at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center in 2003. The annual show now commemorates the opening of the Carnegie Visual Arts Center as a place of art for all people, and celebrates the […]

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Torch, Forge & Fire

Originally posted on Nov 20th, 2017

Torch, Forge & Flame- November 21, 2017-January 6, 2018 Fire. Builder. Modifier. Destroyer. It can divide, and it can join. Experience works made possible only through the use of great heat. Iron, clay, steel and aluminum– by the torch, forge and flame. See the craftsmanship on display by Michah Gregg, a sculptor from Huntsville, AL; […]

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Originally posted on Oct 2nd, 2017

Railroads and the American Industrial Landscape- October 3-November 11 Featuring black-and-white photographs from Ted Rose’s young adult years when he traveled the continent in search of steam. Also on items on display from earlier days of the railroad, compliments of Merv & Susan Michael and the Decatur Depot. RAIL Lunch & Learn- October 27, 2017-Bring […]

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Wild Lives In Color: Animal Expressions by Caroline Wang

Originally posted on Jun 26th, 2017

June 25-August 5, 2017–Wild Lives in Color: Animal Expressions by Caroline Wang. Featuring Huntsville artist Caroline Wang, this exhibit displays original works inspired by her trips to visit wild lives in the United States, Asia, New Zealand and Australia. The signature style of her wildlife paintings is the expressions of the animals. Artist Reception-June 30, […]

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Of Cardboard, Clay and Cloth: The Inventive Costumes of Lion King Jr.

Originally posted on Jun 7th, 2016

July 5 – August 6, 2016 — This exhibit features stellar costumes from a recent production of Lion King Jr. from the creative minds and hands of artists Linda Miller and Michael Wilson Morgan. Linda Miller lives in Decatur, Alabama. and is a product of Decatur City Schools, graduating in 1985 from Decatur High School. […]

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Across the Bridge: Works by Artists at Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment

Originally posted on May 18th, 2016

Across the bridge, in Huntsville, Alabama, is an arts facility with working studios for over 200 artists and makers. In this exhibition are 70 works of art by Judith Fields, Julie Gill, Cindy Miller, Stacy Morgan, Jane Philips, Ann Moeller Steverson, and Cindy Wagner representing the multi-faceted talents of the artists at Lowe Mill ARTS […]

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Landscape Illuminated – Encaustic Art by Maralyn Wilson

Originally posted on Feb 27th, 2016

EXTENDED – ON EXHIBIT THROUGH MAY 7, 2016 — This solo exhibition features over 50 recent paintings by Birmingham, Alabama artist Maralyn Wilson. In the exhibition are new encaustic works created with hot wax mixed with pigments, various types of papers, oil sticks, string and other materials. The Gift Shop at the Carnegie will also […]

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Youth Art Month Exhibit at the ACA

Originally posted on Feb 27th, 2016

On exhibit March 3 – April 7, 2016 — The Carnegie Visual Arts Center and Alabama Center for the Arts present the 13th annual Youth Art Month Exhibit, in coordination with area art teachers who submitted works by their current students in grades K -12th. The exhibit is to highlight the amazing creative abilities of […]

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Creations of Hope: Quilts from Gee’s Bend

Originally posted on Jan 19th, 2016

January 19 – March 5, 2016 — Creations of Hope: Quilts from Gee’s Bend features over 25 quilts and other fabric works of art by members of the Gee’s Bend Quilters Collective. Artists include Rachel George-Carey, Lue Ida B. McCloud, Lucy Mingo, Flora Moore, China Pettway, Crayree Pettway, Essie Pettway, Janice Pettway, Jessica Pettway-Witherspoon, Lola […]

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“Oil and Water” by Tim Stevenson

Originally posted on Oct 28th, 2015

November 17, 2015 – January 9, 2016 — This solo exhibition of over 60 recent works features paintings by Florence, Alabama artist Tim Stevenson. Tim captures the peaceful vistas of the Tennessee Valley, as well as, vivid still life and thoughtful figurative paintings in watercolor and oil. Tim Stevenson’s artistic influences date from age three […]

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