Carnegie Visual Arts Center

Past Exhibitions

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 & Entertainment. […]

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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 Pettway, […]

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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 when a […]

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Lunch & Learn

Originally posted on Mar 10th, 2015

  Friday, March 20, 2015, Noon – 1 PM — The Carnegie will host a lunchtime lecture and discussion examining the vast impact which the Tennessee River has had on life in the Valley. Speakers are Susan Estes, retired educator and co-creator of the Wetland’s Edge Environmental Center, and Carol Puckett of the Southern Literary Trail. […]

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On Exhibit NOW! Youth Art Month Exhibit at the ACA

Originally posted on Mar 9th, 2015

On exhibit March 2 – March 31  — The Carnegie Visual Arts Center and Alabama Center for the Arts present the 12th 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 the […]

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Hindustan Revealed: The Art and Culture of Traditional India

Originally posted on Aug 21st, 2014

  SEPTEMBER 30 – NOVEMBER 8, 2014 – Traditional Indian art and culture comes to North Alabama in the form of paintings, drawings, sculpture, textiles, handicrafts, and jewelry. The exhibit features traditionally inspired contemporary works of art by Viveka Awasthi, Shyam Balami, Shinani Chakrabarty, Sarab Soni and Deepa Sundaram. Additional art, jewlery, textiles, and decorative items are on […]

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Youth Art Month Exhibit at ACA

Originally posted on Mar 4th, 2014

On exhibit February 24 -March 20, 2014  — The Carnegie Visual Arts Center and Alabama Center for the Arts present the 11th 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 the […]

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Earth Vessels: Works of Clay

Originally posted on Sep 25th, 2013

This group exhibit of pottery features pieces by a trio of Alabama-based artists. Steve Loucks, Larry Percy, and Guadalupe Robinson explore their individual visions of vessels beyond simple clay pots. Each artist’s designs evokes some sense that the object evolved from the material from which it is made: earth. Guadalupe’s vessels are globe-like with botanical […]

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