Our Roush Gallery and Galleria showcase an altogether amazing array of exhibitions and other special arts events throughout the year. Check out what’s on display now and what’s coming up!

Georgia Artists with Disabilities
January 6 – February 3 / Opening Reception: January 6, 5pm – 7pm

A traveling statewide exhibit featuring the creative talents of Georgia artists of various ages who have disabilities. Artwork from a variety of media will be showcased. The show is organized by Georgia Artists with Disabilities, Inc.

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David Boyd Jr.’s “landscapes of rust” paintings are inspired by his nostalgic memories of growing up outside of Atlanta in a small town and work to preserve the rusting memorabilia of the rural South. Sponsored by Walt D’Ambrosio.

An annual juried exhibition sponsored by the Carrollton Center for the Arts and Kiwanis Club of Carrollton. The show is open to all high school students in Carroll County from public, private and homeschool settings. See the creative gifts local students possess and the many topics they are intrigued by. 

Homeschool students may contact the arts center at mkuykendall@carrollton-ga.gov to apply directly. Students in a school system must apply through their art teachers. 

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This juried exhibition by members of the Carrollton Artist’s Guild explores how color is used as a driving force of design and concept in the visual arts. Members are challenged to explore how their medium can best utilize color to create, express and share stories. Sponsored by Roush Architects.

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Susan Lightcap creates elegant and wondrous figures from mixed media, recycled materials and found objects. These figures form representations of the Divine Feminine, a reminder of the beauty and worth of compassion, solace and peace.

Artists are swapping spaces for this exciting exhibit that allows the Carrollton Artist’s Guild and Carrollton Center for the Arts to partner with a regional arts organization to host exhibitions for each other within their local communities. This year the CCA is proud to present a group show by VAAL members. Stop in to see intriguing works by our creative neighbors. 

Mike Swafford’s works are an exploration of eye-catching objects and figures. He uses his paintings to investigate the use of vivid colors, texture and pattern that gives his subjects a bolder and brighter aesthetic.