A Bird’s Eye View of Georgia Courthouses

Macon Arts Gallery is proud to present our August show, “A Bird’s Eye View of Georgia Courthouses”, by Hertwig Photography. The show will open with a First Friday reception on August 6th, from 4 -7 pm.Curtis Hertwig is a 5th generation Maconite, although he was born in Dalton and moved around a good bit while growing up. At 15 he took over his father’s Leica bellows 35mm camera and started shooting with Tri-X Pan. After a while his father wanted his camera back and bribed Curtis with an Olympus 35RC rangefinder camera and a black & white dark room.Fast forward 50 years and Curtis is still taking pictures, but with DSLRs and drones and using his laptop as a color dark room. He has been around the world a number of times in
search of more and more pictures.

Drawn to Macon IV

Drawn to Macon IV highlights the diverse approaches and concepts that expand the traditional definition of drawing. Work was juried by Kristy Edwards, Curator of Art at MAS Macon, in a national call for art. The show will open with a First Friday opening reception on June 4th, from 4 – 7 pm and a Facebook Live preview at 4 pm.

View work online at macon arts.org/shop.

Handmade Holiday

Macon Arts Gallery is proud to have their annual holiday show in November through December 2020. Ornaments, small gifts, and holiday decor are just a few of the types of items in the show. The show will open November 6th with a Facebook Live preview at 4pm. Limited visitors will be allowed inside the gallery from 4-7pm to view work. Shop online at maconarts.org/shop.


July 9th-31st

Immerse yourself in nature, and the various interpretations of the word. Nature will open with a virtual opening reception on July 9th at 4pm, located on our Facebook page. The show can be viewed and purchased in person, or through our online store: maconarts.org/shop.

Macon Arts Alliance cares about the health and safety of our employees, artists, and patrons. We are following CDC and
government guidelines regarding cleaning and physical distancing . Gloves and hand sanitizer will be available, and we are encouraging the use of masks.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm

Made in Americus

Macon Arts Gallery presents Made in Americus featuring original works by
Georgia Southwestern State University, Department of Visual Arts Faculty.

Participating Artists:
Laurel Robinson
Charles Wells
Keaton Wynn,
Justin Hodges

First Friday Reception on January 3 from 5-8 PM with light refreshments sponsored by Spa medical, Vein Specialists of the South and Rosenberg Financial. Free and open to the public.