McIntosh Art Association and the Old Jail Art Center is open!  To protect our many senior gallery host volunteers, we will operate on a limited schedule of Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, 11 – 3 until further notice. To learn what we are doing to protect you and our staff go <Click>here.


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We are so pleased to have out Spotlight Artist Alice Woodruff June/July/August


Visit our Spotlight Artist Page for more information and a virtual tour of her exhibit.


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The McIntosh Art Association had a wonderful experience hosting What Color is Water? Growing Up Black in a Segregated South during Black History Month this February.  It was their most successful exhibit ever, in attendance and enthusiasm. In addition to the 33 paintings included in the museum exhibit, we took some of her new Once Upon A Time yarn paintings, both books, What Color is Water and Georgia Farm Life in the 1940s, and notecards with 8 different prints in each set.

Again, thank you so much for hosting What Color is Water?

Much Love,
Linda Wilburn

Annie Greene, Her Life and Yarn Art


Annie Lucille Greene, Georgia native, painter, craftswoman, and retired educator, is best known for her yarn paintings. Her very recognizable style is distinguished by the use of colorful knitting yarns outlined in black embroidery thread. Her paintings frequently reflect culturally and socially relevant images of her life as an African American in the rural South. Her two museum exhibits are the yarn paintings upon which her two auto-biographical books are based.

Her first book, Georgia Farm Life in the 1940’s, was published in 2005 to compile the stories of a collection of yarn paintings based on her memories of the summers of 1944 and 1945 spent on her grandparents’ farm in Adel. This collection had already been exhibited in many Georgia Museums.

Annie Greene tells her life story from youth until after desegregation in her second book, What Color is Water? Growing up Black in a Segregated South. She spent her childhood in Hinesville, finished high school in Hogansville, attended Spelman College in Atlanta, completed her undergraduate degree at Albany State College, began teaching in Thomasville in 1954, then took a job in LaGrange in 1955 where she taught until her retirement in 1989. She earned a master’s degree in art education from New York University in 1961 because the State of Georgia gave her an out-of-state tuition voucher. Many southern states used tuition vouchers to avoid the expense of providing “separate but equal” postgraduate educational opportunities for blacks.

She and her husband Oliver raised their family and continue to live in LaGrange Georgia.


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We had a great turn out for our fundraiser despite the weather!

Photos (154) of the event are located on Dropbox and can be viewed by clicking anywhere on this sentence.

A big thanks to Photographer Laurie Poole. She really captured the evening with so many smiling, happy faces.

More about Laurie on her website click here!

Laurie is also on Facebook, just click here.


As of now all of our fundraisers are on hold, donations are most welcome!!


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Many thanks to the Georgia Council for the Arts Visit their website at


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The mission of the McIntosh Art Association is to promote visual arts and other artistic disciplines in the greater McIntosh area.  Additionally, MAA seeks broad-based partnerships with other like-minded organizations and individuals within the local community to encourage support for cultural, historical, and creative endeavors.

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