|Receiving the Anna Hyatt Huntington Bronze Medal for Oil at the|
109th Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club's Exhibition 2005
|The 2006 International Juried Show at the Visual Arts Center of NJ|
Gail E. Wegodsky is a painter of representational art. She graduated from the Maryland Institute,College of Art in 1979 and from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, where she received her MFA in painting in 1982.
Painting has been Gail's passion for more than 30 years. She continues to be fascinated by the look of our world and strives to convey her perceptions about its complexities, mysteries, and great beauty through her work. Her awards and honors include a grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts and inclusion in the National Academy of Design's 171st Annual Exhibition. She has been a Winner of Open Studios' Magazine's Southern States Competition as well as a Finalist in Artist's Magazine's Art Competition 9 different years. She was chosen as one of Artist's Magazine's 2009 Artists of the Month, and was honored by that publication with a Competition Spotlight Article. Gail has taught painting at the University of Rhode Island, Southern Illinois University, University of Georgia, Indiana University, the Torpedo Factory Art League School, and Kennesaw State University.
Since her graduate exhibition at Tyler she has been a participant in over 100 juried art exhibitions. She is represented in many public, private and corporate collections including the LaGrange Art Museum, the Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, the law offices of King and Spalding, Kennesaw State University, and Oglethorpe University Museum of Art.
Gail is currently in Atlanta, GA, exhibits her work at Mason Murer Gallery there, and resides with Kumho the Akita.
Here are links to some other sites which display Gail's work: