Artwork by Sonia Colonna Mathis


The current exhibition at City Hall is on exhibit from October – December. The exhibit features recent work by local artist, Sonia Colonna Mathis.

The Gallery Wall at City Hall will exhibit two local artists per year, an exhibition of Georgetown Independent School District Advanced Placement student artwork, and an exhibition of Southwestern University student artwork. The exhibitions are by invitation and are designed to align with current Georgetown Arts and Culture Programming. To be considered for an invitation by the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board, local artists may submit their resume and portfolio to arts@georgetown.org.

Past City Hall exhibitions include:

Carol Light, April – June 2019

“The City Hall lobby also features a rotating quarterly art exhibit sponsored by the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board. The first selection features seven pieces by Carol Light. Her art has been exhibited internationally and won numerous awards. She has been a favorite local artist for many years and her works permanently hang in prominent locations around town. The City Council recognized Ms. Light’s contributions to arts and culture in Georgetown in November 2016.”  Ellen Greeney, Williamson County Sun

Gary Anderson, July – September 2019

Compelled to explore discarded, anachronistic, and misplaced items, Gary Anderson’s work endeavors to offer objects an afterlife within other forms. By performing repetitive and rhythmic artistic tasks, he creates families of related shapes and textures, resulting in the discovery of new sets, groups, and configurations. Individual reincarnated works materialize in their newly assigned place, beckoning us to contemplate and reflect.

Norma Clark, October – December 2019

Norma Clark attended Southwestern University in Georgetown and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in 1997. She received her Masters of Fine Arts from Vermont College of Norwich University in 2000.

Clark is an abstract artist whose paintings are expressive, intuitive, and spontaneous. Her abstractions stem from various sources and document discoveries made during her investigations. Process is a key part of Clark’s work, and the objective is to create paintings that are visually engaging and contain ambiguities of space, color, form, and chaos. Her paintings are personal and are reflections of a range of internal emotions and complexities of life.

Georgetown Independent School District Advanced Placement Students, January – March 2020

 

 

 

Seth Daulton, June & July 2020

Sites (Revisited): Seth Daulton, was on exhibit in June and July of 2020. Seth is represented by Nicole Longnecker Gallery in Houston, TX. , and he is currently working as Technical Assistant and Exhibitions Coordinator at Southwestern University in Georgetown,TX.

Artwork pictured: “Site LVI”; Lithography, monotype, and paper lithography; 15″ x 22″; 2020

Devon Clarkson, August & September 2020

This exhibit featured recent work by Devon Clarkson, one of the mural artists for the Preserving History Mural and the artist selected for the Red Poppy Festival Poster 20th Anniversary Edition.

Featured Image: “Cecely’s View” by Devon Clarkson; winner of the Best of Show award in the 2020 Georgetown Art Hop!

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