Nancy Floyd at Quickshot Shooting Range

Join Solomon Projects on Friday, September 16th at Quickshot Shooting Range to hear Atlanta-based artist Nancy Floyd speak about her ongoing series “Competition Shooters” – women competing for the honor of representing USA at the Olympic Games. Floyd will discuss her experiences photographing past Olympic trials, and her upcoming plans to shoot the women competing for a berth in London 2012. This is the first time this series has been shown in its entirety. Refreshments, snacks, great conversation and an opportunity to try your hand at marks(wo)manship! Quickshot will be donating firearm rentals to those who want to give it … Continue reading Nancy Floyd at Quickshot Shooting Range

“Asheville in Atlanta” at MudFire

Kyle Carpenter leads a team of elite ceramicists to invade MudFire Gallery from their temperate rainforest kingdom in the rugged mountains of Western North Carolina. Kyle’s hometown of Asheville, North Carolina boasts an incredible community of active studio potters that make it an internationally significant ceramics destination. Each year Kyle’s keen eye chooses a select group of area artists to present an in-depth view of their latest work here in Atlanta. It is one of MudFire’s most highly anticipated and attended events each year. “Asheville in Atlanta 2011” opens on Saturday, September 17, and continues through November 5. It is … Continue reading “Asheville in Atlanta” at MudFire

Stephen Dabrowski in Carrollton

Stephen Dabrowski‘s “Disconnected” exhibition of oil paintings and fused glass will be on display at Carrollton Cultural Arts Center thru Sept. 30. Dabrowski’s works in oils are a powerful and unique inward look at the society in which we live, using a multitude of elements such as bricks, chains, faces, etc. to touch on the workings of our inner psyche. His fused glass features hidden shades of color and textures to only be revealed in different lighting environments. Previously exhibited in Europe, this will be his first exhibition in the U.S. . Come see his full collection before parts of … Continue reading Stephen Dabrowski in Carrollton

“Elements” at One Twelve

One Twelve Gallery in the Stove Works of Inman Park presents “Elements,” depictions of earth, wind, fire and water in various media. Atlanta-based artist Liana Repass received her BFA from the Atlanta College of Art in 2005 and has received numerous accolades as a young artist to watch. The artist’s images of water surfaces reflect her interest in patterns and the metaphorical implications of bodies of water. Repass’ water images convey a sense of stillness within motion, a theme that carries over into her work as an acrobat and aerialist. Sculptor Patrick Toups was born in New Orleans, raised in … Continue reading “Elements” at One Twelve