“Art in Urban and Post-Urban Settings” at Rialto

Possible Futures and Georgia State University’s Center for Collaborative and International Art (CENCIA), welcome Brazilian Curator Priscila Arantes to Atlanta for a discussion on making art in urban and “post-urban” settings as outlined in the 2011 book, NOPLACENESS: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape. In discussion with Priscila Arantes will be Tim Nichols, Assistant Professor at Georgia State University’s Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design, and Courtney Hammond, Project Supervisor of Public Art with the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs. Tim Nichols, AIA, LEED has studied and practiced architecture in Atlanta, Albuquerque, Chicago, Starkville and New York … Continue reading “Art in Urban and Post-Urban Settings” at Rialto

“Spaces” at One Twelve

One Twelve Gallery in the Stove Works of Inman Park presents “Spaces,” an exhibition featuring abstract landscape paintings by four Atlanta artists. Artist, writer and filmmaker Loretta Paraguassu has many talents, but painting is her professed true love. Paraguassu experiments with oils, watercolors and ink to create paintings that explore the human experience and the beauty of the world around us. Artist and architect Helen Ferguson Crawford uses the medium of painting to weave narratives about the places and things she observes in her daily life. Crawford often writes stories and poems to accompany her abstract landscapes – sometimes the … Continue reading “Spaces” at One Twelve