MINT hosts “America,” a group exhibit featuring art inspired by our beloved country. Come out and salute the flag, have a PBR, and be proud to be an American. Each artist created a piece about his or her feelings and views on our great democratic republic. Come to the show! It’s fun, it’s free and it’s your civic duty. Support the Arts.
Featuring work created by some of America’s finest citizens: Tindel and Michi, Sam Parker, Stephanie Dowda and John Paul Floyd, Brandon Crawford, Bethany Collins, Teresa Bramlette Reeves, Ashley Anderson, Jessica Scott Felder, Mike Germon,Brandi Supra, Erin Bassett, Jim O’Donnell, Chris Walter, Katy Malone, Andrew Cho, InKyong Chun, Katie Coleman, James McConnell, Paul Rodecker, Claire Paul, Bean Summer, Baxter Crane, Preston Snyder, Jessica Orlowski, Don Robson, Travis Smith, Andrea Sanders, Jimmy Alvarez, Marcy Starz, Kelly O’Brien, Beau Torres, Edward Smucgyz, Edie Gonzales, Nikki Grote, Jessica Miller, Mike Devine, Egg Tooth, Ben Goldman and many many more.
Through August 1.
About Ben Goldman: Born to well educated parents, Ben Goldman was raised in a cultured world of art, music and literature. As a child, he showed natural artistic talent and received formal training in music and the arts. After college, he worked as a graphics and web designer, while doing freelance illustration jobs. His growing interest in drawing and painting lead him away from the high tech world of computers and back to college to get his B.F.A. in painting and drawing from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia. While living in the Atlanta area, he became involved with the vibrant art community there and began regularly showing his work. A dedicated and highly intelligent artist, he has shown his work in galleries and museums around the Atlanta area. His latest bodies of work include complex allegorical figural paintings that deal with time and memory, and a series of drawings done on game boards that reveal the inner animal behavior of humans. Ben Goldman is currently living in Marietta, Georgia. He works as an art conservator and freelance illustrator.
MINT is a non-profit organization located in Atlanta, Georgia that is dedicated to providing a networking conduit for Georgiaʼs art communities. Our goal is to facilitate a non-judgmental environment where ideas can be exchanged freely through classes, networking events and exhibitions. MINT believes that fostering the creative impulses of the community will provide an outlet for imagination and cooperation by bringing together both accomplished and novice artists.
684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave, Unit B
Atlanta, GA 30312.