GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART
“Will Henry Stevens” now-March 25: Diverse work by the American painter. “Georgia Bellflowers: The Furniture Henry Eugene Thomas” now-April 15: The first exhibition devoted to the furniture maker and his role in the Colonial Revival in the United States.
“All Creatures Great and Small” now-April 20: Art depicting animals by self-taught artists, from the collections of the Georgia Museum of Art and Carl Mullis.
HIGH MUSEUM OF ART
“Picasso to Warhol” now-April 29: More than 100 world-famous works. “Bill Traylor” now-May 13: More than 60 drawings in pencil, charcoal and poster paint by the Depression-era artist. “The Art of Golf” now-June 24: Exploring 400 years of golf through paintings, drawings and photography from The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, plus the largest collection of Bobby Jones portraits ever assembled.
MORRIS MUSEUM OF ART
“Fore! Images in Golf” now-April 15: An exhibition that celebrates golf as seen by artists and illustrators in the city of the Masters tournament.
THE COLUMBUS MUSEUM
“Annotations: George Cooke, Thomas Hope and the Lure of Antiquity” now-July 22: Exploring how the 19th-century artist George Cooke might have used his sketches from a historian’s book in his portraits of Americans.
“ Fresh Focus: Contemporary Photography from the Permanent Collection” now-July 8: Forty works that explore the breadth of the museum’s holding, including some 21st-century images.