For more information about exhibitions, or to schedule a tour, contact Christina Anduiza at or (229) 226-0588.

Wood, Paper, Scissors brings together two artists inspired by the ecology and material of Florida and Georgia’s natural landscape.

From the Artists

Beth Appleton
A life full of stories weaves through my work. For the past 28 years, I have worked from my studio home on the Gulf coast of Florida, a place of boundless inspiration. Here, I delight in tiny marine life and stand in awe of infinite sky. In 2018, my husband and artist representative David Harbaugh and I joined with artist and musician Jenny Odom to form a collaborative gallery, JOBA Art Studios, located near the Bowery in the High Cotton Building at 230 Water Street, Apalachicola, Florida.

Tjandra Lodge
Traveling between Florida and Georgia frequently, I special attention to the landscape- its beauty and its harshness – its strength and fragility. I am committed to the preservation and conservation of natural resources and use fallen wood and traditional hand tools to create sculptures and functional objects. My works represent new life after moments of trauma and signify resilience across generations. As a woman, I work with tools historically used by men- axes, hatchets, knives, and gouges – to explore a life-long interest in art.

Downtown Gallery Exhibitions presented by 

And generously supported by:
Gainous Well Drilling |  J’s Wine & Spirits
International Design & Display Group, LLC

EXHIBIT 2220: The Bugs We Once Knew | March 6 – 26 


For the past eight months, a collaboration of Brookwood and Harper 3rd graders, teachers, and community leaders have been digging into the art and science of endangered insects. Small groups experimented with sewing and painting, bug pinning and more to understand the importance of their bug. The goals laid out by teachers and administrators were broad – to develop CREATIVITY, COMMUNICATION, CURIOSITY, LITERACY SKILLS, LEADERSHIP. They designed the experience to foster COMMUNITY, SERVICE, and most importantly, RELATIONSHIPS.

This curated exhibit of sketches, prints, murals, writings, and 3-D art about insects ultimately reflects the interconnectivity of us all. 

Youth Gallery | School Exhibits
Throughout the school year, each local school is spotlighted in individualized exhibitions to highlight their students’ creativity, teacher’s talents, and school art programs overall. Each exhibition features an opening reception for youth, family and friends, which are free and open to the public.

Special Thanks
Williams Family Foundation of Georgia
Lewis Hall & Mildred Sasser Singletary Foundation
William Howard Flowers, Jr. Foundation
Thomasville Antique Show Foundation
Cherokee Foundation

Youth Gallery Exhibitions presented by

And  generously supported by:
Unified Insurance Agency, LLC | Ashley HomeStore | LOWES
International Design & Display Group, LLC | Jill & Converse Bright

118 S. Broad Street
Thomasville, Georgia 31792

Grassroots | Blended is designed to allow the connection between art and audience to brew naturally.  Featured artists are provided a space to experiment with new ideas in a culturally diverse and creative environment to provoke thought and conversations. Each quarterly exhibition opens with a morning reception and artist talk.

October 17, 2019 – January 9, 2020

January 16 – April 3, 2020
Opening Reception + Artist Talk | January 16 | 10 – 11 am

April 9 – July 10, 2020
Opening Reception + Artist Talk | April 9 | 10 – 11 am

Presented by

And generously supported by:
Ashley HomeStore

Downtown Gallery & Youth Gallery
209 W. Remington Avenue
Thomasville, Georgia 31792

Tuesdays – Fridays |  10 am – 4 pm
First Fridays | 10 am – 10 pm
First Saturdays | 10 am – 4 pm