May Art Exhibitions at the Gadsden Museum of Art

  • The Gadsden Museum of Art will host three exhibitions throughout the month of May. These exhibits will be honored at a special reception from 5-8pm on May 6, First Friday in downtown Gadsden.

The 2022 Student Art Exhibition will also hold its closing reception on May 6; winners will be announced in the second floor gallery. Another ceremony is planned to name this space the Barbara Reed Gallery.

“Synchronized Swimmers” is an exhibition by Jenny Fine, Enterprise native, visual artist and teacher. This multimedia and photographic art scene shows the “juxtapositions” of still image versus motion from Florida Gulf Coast research and imagery.

A work of art featured in "Fermentation."

“Fermination,” the exhibition placed by Chiharu Roach of Nagoya, Japan, will feature acrylic paintings that explore the spiritual connection between humans and their range of emotions and behaviors. Her work often depicts the cultural differences and stereotypes that exist between Japan and America, based on her personal experiences.

A piece featured in Kara Clay's

“Edge of the Woods” is presented by Kara Clay, a graduate of Jacksonville State University in Rockmart, Georgia. This exhibit is said to feature a wide variety of wildlife found in the southeastern United States, especially those on endangered species lists, in a watercolor medium.

William E. Bennett