- 332 2nd St, Macon, GA 31201
- Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Thursday, Friday, Saturday
- Location: McEachern Art Center
- Time: 5:00 PM
An exhibition presented by McEachern Art Center featuring Randy Kemp (Euchee/Muscogee/Choctaw) and Bobby C. Martin (Muscogee)
A look behind the lands, stories, and peoples that come from the flowing waters of the Ocmulgee to today’s Muscogee traditions, towns, and governments. Randy Kemp is a multidisciplinary artist whose body of work includes painting, printmaking, mixed media, installation, music and performance. His work includes both traditional tribal life and contemporary works concerning American Indian issues, themes and views. Bobby C. Martin is an artist/educator/facilitator who works out of his Martin Mountain Studio near West Siloam Springs, Oklahoma. His work began with family photographs, which has turned into countless re-imaginings as monumental paintings or tiny etchings, as drawings or installations and video projects.
Opening artist talk and reception: Thursday, September 14 at 5 PM* at McEachern Art Center
Gallery Hours: Thursday-Saturday 4-8 PM