May: Ginger Woechan & Mobile Art Association

Stop by MAC’s Gallery @ Room 1927 to shop in our gallery gift shop and to see our newest exhibitions, Light by The Ginger Woechan Experience & Mobile Art Association’s Annual Spring Show.

The inspiration for Light is a combination of the artist’s journey out of the darkness. This includes things, memories, and daydreams that give her so much inner happiness. Throughout her inner quest, Ginger has found herself always painting and loving Mobile. Mobile has shown her a lot of love that has lit the way, for which she is forever grateful. Light is a representation of love, sadness, music, and whimsical dreams. This multi-media show carries tunes and inspiration over many surfaces and techniques. This body of work is created under the tail of becoming a Reiki master and Light worker. “I hope that my inner light shines through this collection of art and inspires you to not only light your love, but to love your light.” Ginger Woechan is a professional artist, art instructor and therapist, muralist, live painter and contemporary artist, reiki practitioner, and the dancing queen of Mobile. Having grown up around her artist mother and great grandfather, Ginger has always felt like she was raised to be an artist. Her style is heavily influenced by the Impressionist movement, specifically Van Gogh. Ginger’s two main styles are either utilizing a palette knife or paint brush to make her creations really come to life.

Mobile Art Association (MAA) is the ideal organization for amateur and professional artists. With over 100 members, MAA provides numerous opportunities to network with and learn from fellow artists. A long-standing group, it was first organized on February 24th, 1943. One of two exhibits held annually, this Spring Show is a “Member’s Only” exhibit. Artist members, both long-active and new, present 40 delightful works for this judged show. This Spring Show’s judge is Karen Philpott, a nationally recognized painter formerly from the Nashville area. This year there are nine financial awards to be made with the “Best in Show” award sponsored by Greer’s Markets. MAA hosts meetings as opportunities to network with other artists and gather practical information and inspiration. Two or more exhibits each year give artists exposure to the broader community, and volunteer projects with other arts organizations support various art initiatives in the community. Meetings are on the third Sunday of each month, from September through May, at the Springhill Presbyterian Church. 

These exhibitions will be featured in the MAC Gallery through May 31st, 2024. Please contact Sydney Cramer at for information.

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