ATLANTA, GA: Macey Ley announced today that her painting Almosthas been selected for exhibition at the LaGrange National XXVIII Biennial at the LaGrange Art Museum in LaGrange, GA. The exhibition includes paintings, prints, drawings, photography ceramics, sculpture and decorative arts and will be on display February 21 – April 18, 2014, with an awards ceremony and reception on Friday, February 21, 7-9 p.m.
The LaGrange Art Museum is located at 112 Lafayette Parkway, LaGrange, GA 30240. Gallery hours are Tues.-Fri. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sat. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Voters must register in person at the ArtFields Hub at the Rob at 245 South Church Street. Voting is secure with options to vote on-site, by mail or online.
If you are in the Lake City, SC area during April 19-28, stop by the festival and register to vote for Macey’s work – or any other work you feel should be honored.
You can view her work in person at Table 118 located at 118 East Main Street. And while you are there, you can try the much anticipated French-influenced Southern cuisine by award-winning chef Carlos Brown, Executive Chef of both Table 118 and MoMo’s Bistro in Columbia.
Macey Ley will be exhibiting at ArtFields in the historic community of Lake City, South Carolina, April 19-28, 2013. Her painting Almost will be on display at the city’s newest restaurant Table 118, an upscale eatery and wine bar specializing in French-influenced Southern cuisine located at 118 East Main St. ArtFields is a 10-day celebration of arts (the largest of its kind in the Southeast), featuring live music, Southern food, dancing, and art. Cash prizes totaling $100,000 will be awarded to winning artists who are determined by votes from ArtFields attendees and a juried panel.
Women have experienced the sensation of being bound throughout the ages. Often seen as a form of torture and a way to oppress, women have learned to use bondage to their advantage. Pleasure through pain is nothing new, but that some women cower while others defy is something that only she can explain.
Materials: Acrylic and serigraphy on canvas
Each: 55.12 in. x 27.56 in.
In Words Have No Wings birds play a prominent role — their restless nature and need for order, their need for boundless sky and secure resting places. The birds are in flight as they have escaped, but ironically, they are caught in a whirlwind created by their own flight.