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Just around the corner from Augusta’s bustling downtown, is
The 523 Gallery. Dedicated to art and artists with disabilities,
the Gallery hosts a collection of art works that are shared with
visitors, interested groups and individuals young and old. Some are
recovering from catastrophic illnesses or injuries and the Gallery
provides inspiration and often hope.
The Gallery grew from a vision of showcasing the many talents and capabilities of persons with disabilities through an annual fund-raising event with Walton Rehabilitation Hospital and Walton Foundation. Today the collection of art is exhibited at the present freestanding 523 Gallery providing encouragement, inspiration and healing through works of art. Artists are invited one to two times a year to demonstrate both their talent and technique as well as to exhibit their beautiful art.
Head into the gallery for a visit. Enjoy the art, the larger than life mural and adjacent sculpture garden. Sit for awhile in the sculpture garden – have a picnic lunch at the sculpture garden picnic table. The gallery offers ample parking, but it’s best to call for a group visit.