Images of Faith

 

Rowlett, born and reared in Arkansas’ Ozark country, earned his MFA in painting and drawing from the University of Georgia in 1995 and remained in Athens until 2003, when he embarked on a four-year sojourn that took him to live, paint, ponder, and teach in Nova Scotia, Brooklyn, the Hudson River Valley, Nashville, and Cortona, Italy. In 2007 he returned to Athens, where he lives and works in an eco-community outside of town.

 

 

Nights, Lights, Ruins

Open Books, Illuminated Lives

Kathleen Holmes’s work has been exhibited nationwide in such venues as the Chappell Gallery in New York and Pacini Lubel Gallery in Seattle, and she has pieces in numerous corporate and civic collections. She has won support from several arts organizations and foundations, including a 2006 Florida Individual Artist Fellowship.

on Donald Davidson: An Essay and a Bibliography by Thomas Daniel Young, M. Thomas Inge

on A Saga of the South by Edward P. Lawton

on Stones from the Rubble by Marion Montgomery

on Where the Music Was by Charles East

Do Not Quite Forget

Portraits of Georgia Slaves, edited by Tom Landess