After the cancellation of ArtFields 2020, it’s been pretty quiet in Lake City this spring and summer. We’re thrilled to be back in business with a dual gallery opening on August 21st! Join us that night from 6-8PM for the first look at the artwork. In accordance with the City of Lake City’s mask ordinance, we encourage guests to wear masks and maintain appropriate social distance.

We’re featuring a fan favorite, Charles Clary, with an entire solo show in Jones-Carter Gallery. TRAX Visual Art Center will celebrate the artist community in the greater Lake City area with a show exhibiting over 15 area artists, some who have lived here their whole lives and some who are new to calling Lake City home. Additionally, this will mark the re-opening of Crossroads Gallery that holds our permanent collection of past ArtFields winners.

Both shows will be on display until November 14th each week Tuesday through Saturday from 11AM to 5PM. Admission to all galleries is free!

A detail of “Memento Morididdle” by Charles Clary.

Memento Morididdle

Charles Clary

Jones-Carter Gallery | 105 Henry Street, Lake City

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“Study of Christina” by Uschi Jeffcoat.

 Environment for Connections

Jennifer Altman, Jan Chenoweth, Colleen Critcher, Lynda English, Patz Fowle, Mike Fowle, Greg Fry, Symon Gibson, Douglas Gray, Roger Halligan, Ashley Hamilton, Ushi Jeffcoat, Cornelia Joyner, Mary Ellen Judge, Milton Miles, Sarah Helen Mishoe, Julie Mixon, and Tiffany Thomas

TRAX Visual Art Center | 122 Sauls Street, Lake City

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