Will Henry Stevens
Current Exhibitions

Will Henry Stevens

An American original, Will Henry Stevens (1881–1949) was a modernist painter and naturalist who was as inspired by the writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Walt Whitman as he was by the work of the American painters John Henry Twachtman and James Abbott McNeill Whistler and the Chinese painters of the Song dynasty.    Stevens was a…

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January 24 - July 3
Current Exhibitions

Local Color: Photography in the South

Local Color: Photography in the South brings to public view some of the best photographs from the Morris Museum of Art’s permanent collection. This selection underscores the rich range of aesthetic possibility within a medium that has often been thought the purview of amateur photographers, while demonstrating the depth and range of the museum’s holdings. These photographs explore and celebrate the region…

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May 1 - July 25
Current Exhibitions

Don Cooper

Don Cooper, born in Texas, grew up in Georgia and has lived primarily in Atlanta since 1977. He received his master of fine arts degree from the University of Georgia and is the recipient of a Fulbright artist fellowship and a Working Artist Project Grant from the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA). His work has been the…

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May 6 - August 1
Upcoming Exhibitions

Manning Williams: Reinventing Narrative Painting

Reinventing Narrative Painting, the first major exhibition devoted to revered South Carolina artist Manning Williams since his death in 2012, was organized by the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, South Carolina, an institution with which he enjoyed a close relationship from 1967 until the end of his life. The exhibition and the publication that accompanies it represent virtually every aspect of his long, remarkably prolific career. Williams (1939–2012), a…

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June 19 - September 12
Upcoming Exhibitions

The Murphy’s of Savannah

Over the years, Savannah, Georgia, has enjoyed a reputation as an unusually vibrant center for the visual arts, a reputation that has resulted from a large and active community of artists. Christopher P. H. Murphy, his wife Lucile Desbouillons Murphy, and two of their seven children, Christopher A. D. Murphy and his sister Margaret, were central figures in the cultural…

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July 17, 2021 - January 9, 2022
Upcoming Exhibitions

Mildred Weigle Nix Huie

A native of Augusta, artist Mildred Nix Huie (1906–2000) had an affinity for art, history, and literature her entire life. (Her maternal grandfather was John Michael Weigle, a managing editor of the Augusta Chronicle, and she lived next door to Johnny Mercer in Savannah, Georgia.) Huie attended Shorter College (now University) in Rome, Georgia, and graduated from Florida State College…

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August 5 - October 31