One Twelve Gallery in the Stove Works of Inman Park presents Migrate, images of birds in various mediums.
The works in Migrate will include paintings by Demone Phelps and Jeffry Wilcox Paclipan, mixed media by Adam Wellborn and Alex Leopold, and cyanotypes by Terri Dilling.
Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., Demone Phelps has lived in Atlanta for 19 years. He says that “Art, like jazz, is a free form.”
Born in the Philippines, Jeffry Wilcox Paclipan has lived in Atlanta since 1989 and shown in every major local festival.
Since receiving his BFA from the Atlanta College of Art in 2004, Adam Wellborn has worked from his Atlanta studio, showing most recently at Kai Lin Art in Midtown.
Raised in small-town South Carolina, Alex Leopold exhibited most recently at Aster Hall Gallery on King St. in downtown Charleston.
Terri Dilling uses a special photographic process to produce cyan blue prints called “cyanotypes.” She has earned a BFA from Georgia State University and serves as the president of Atlanta Printmakers Studio.
Through May 15.