AGS Local Artist Exhibition
Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) is pleased to provide the traveling public with art from local area artists which highlight the beautiful artistry of the CSRA! Gabe Marshall
The Augusta Regional Airport's Art Committee selected this local artist to have her work on display in the Airports' commercial terminal.
Her work will be on display from October- December.
I'm a professional graphic designer and illustrator as well as traditional fine artist. Born and raised in Auburn, AL, I earned my BFA in Visual Communications from Auburn University in 1996. My 22 years of experience and lifelong passion for art and design continues to drive me each and every day.
I love my craft and practice it with respect and dignity, and I hope that reflects in every project I do, be it professionally (paid), personally or pro bono.
I worked for myself as a freelance designer and illustrator for 4.5 years (March 2009 to September 2013) via my company, Marshall Arts. Having my own company was a personal goal of mine that I worked very hard to achieve. Though I don't operate on a full-time basis anymore, I still continue to do freelance work in my personal time.
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Mimi Durand Caroe
Born in New York City, New York in the 1960s. From an early age, she displayed a natural artistic talent and demonstrated a keen interest in design, drawing, and painting that she still pursues.
At the age of 10, she designed a set for playhouse production and began an apprentice under the renowned artists and master craftsman, Priscilla Manning Porter. Plumb Hill Studio, Washington Connecticut, is one of the easts best-known artists in fused glass and originated the unique process known as weed ash, a process where plant materials are fused between two sheets of glass an ashen replica of the plant is retained. Ms. Porter's work includes the stained glass windows for Tiffany and The company, New York, and Bonwit Teller, 5th Avenue.
As a young 10-year-old apprentice at Plumb Hill Studio, her work was shown at the Washington Art Association. Under Ms. Porter, Mimi flourished in the creative and imaginative environment at Plumb Hill and advanced from apprentice to studio arts, practicing there for 12 years.
Mimi Further her artistic studies under Arthur Getz. Getz long-time New Yorker magazine illustrator, but always pursued his love for "serious" painting, successfully producing and exhibiting cityscapes and landscapes in a wide variety of mediums and styles.
Her painting is held by several private collections and her exhibits have been held in several venues across the southeast. She lives in Aiken with her husband, Bill, and their three children.
Her work is available at several Aiken retailers including the Aiken Center for the Arts, the Aiken Visitors Center, Unique Expressions, 3 monkeys, and various area dining establishments.