Lucy Hargrove Weigle

With a degree in Art from Auburn University as a start, Lucy has continued her pursuit of the love of painting and teaching as a career. She has established herself as an artist and leader in Augusta and the state of Georgia and now South Carolina where she has worked to keep art an important part of community life. She has served on the Board of Trustees of the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, President and Signature member of the Georgia Watercolor Society, Secretary and Signature Member of the Southern Watercolor Society, and Member of Excellence in the South Carolina Watermedia Society.

Lucy has received numerous awards for her painting locally and nationally, is included in private and corporate collections internationally, and was honored by her community by being the first recipient of the Woman of Excellence Award for her contribution to the Arts. She has been voted Best Artist by readers of Augusta Magazine and Columbia County Magazine. In 2005, four of her paintings were featured in the movie; Diary of a Mad Black Woman. The paintings were leased from Abstein Gallery in Atlanta, where the movie was filmed. And in 2006, five paintings were leased for the film, Who’s Your Caddy, filmed in Aiken, S.C. Her painting, Angel Triumphant, was featured on the cover of The Upper Room magazine. In 2015, two paintings were selected to exhibit in the office of the Governor of Georgia , Nathan Deal.

Lucy works in oil, oil and cold wax, acrylic and often mixed media, combining acrylic and collage to create texture and pattern.

Artist Statement:

Nature is my subject matter. I reside on the Savannah River so I am totally influenced by what surrounds that body of water. But my heart also goes out to my love of the mountains of North Carolina and beaches of South Carolina as well. The results of my painting may be representational or abstract, whatever my tools dictate.

Represented by:

Art on Broad Augusta, GA

West End Collective Augusta, GA

Ann Lea Fine Art Cashiers, NC

Lucy Portrait


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