ARTISTS in RESIDENCE
Studio Spaces | TCA Main Building
600 E Washington St. | Thomasville, GA
Featured Image: Katie McTigue, Artist | Headshot, Sarah Cox
The AiR (Artist in Residence) program at Thomasville Center for the Arts offers a fresh art perspective to our region, elevating emerging and experienced talent, while sparking creative conversations within our community.
This teaching artist residency, where resident artists receive studio space in return for teaching opportunities, encourages experimental creativity, collaboration, and shared dialogue with local makers and regional artists. Artists in Residence will develop a new body of work during their choice of a 3-month, 6-month, or one-year residency, and are given around the clock access to their studios. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Ron Thomson grew up in Florida and has worked as a professional oil painter all of his adult life. Since earning his BFA with an emphasis in painting at Florida State University, Thomson has lived and painted in Florida, Oregon, Alabama, Colorado, and Georgia. He is an expressive realist working in oils on canvas. Thomson’s paintings celebrate common and humble subjects elevated by their collaboration with light.
Jessica Dell is a native of South Georgia. Jessica enjoys pottery, printmaking, photography, and painting. Her work at present is whimsical and colorful. She studied art at Berry College, Georgia Highlands College, and Georgia State University. Dell earned her Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts degree with honors from Thomas University.
Megan Holmes Cameron is an artist and Board Certified Art Therapist based out of Tallahassee, FL. She has over ten years of experience working as a teaching artist with people with disabilities and also works in memory care and school settings. A practicing artist with a background in soft sculpture, installation, and giant puppets, Megan also enjoys painting and illustrating and is especially interested in children’s book illustration.
Fiber Artist in Residence