“Fallen” at Decatur Market & Gallery

The Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces and the Decatur Market & Gallery proudly invites you to an opening reception for the exhibit, “FALLEN” on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011. Works in painting, sculpture, ceramic, 2D and 3D mixed media, and jewelry with each artist interpreting the theme of “FALLEN.” The opening reception will be judged, with an award granted to the Best in Show. The exhibit will remain on display until Nov. 1, 2011 An outdoor artist market of local art will be held in conjunction with the reception. Complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvres and live music. Free to attend. Decatur … Continue reading “Fallen” at Decatur Market & Gallery

Group Show at Gallery 4463

Each October, the Atlanta area is transformed by over 150 photo-related exhibitions and events, hosted by a diverse network of venues across the Atlanta metro area. For the third year in a row, Gallery 4463 is participating in this event with a show dedicated to the fine art of photography. This exhibit features the works of four of their top professional photographers who have combined years of experience behind the lens with a wonderful eye for color, beauty and profound imagery. Member-Artists, Damien A. Guarnieri, Bill Graham, Tom Kells and Bill Kettering have put together a powerful tribute to the … Continue reading Group Show at Gallery 4463

“Small Sculptures” at Swan Coach House

The Swan Coach House Gallery and the Forward Arts Foundation open the exhibition “Small Sculptures,” which will focus on the recent work of four talented Georgia sculptors: Rex Brodie, David Landis, Thomas Prochnow and Steve Steinman. Each was invited to create a series of small sculptures that can work in a home or office environment as well as one larger work for outdoor placement. Rex Brodie recently graduated from SCAD after many years as an educator in furniture design and construction. His craft-based sculptural work reflects of his longtime interest in working with wood and metal but has a freedom … Continue reading “Small Sculptures” at Swan Coach House