Carolyn Metzer, Anne Patterson at One Twelve

One Twelve Gallery in the Stove Works of Inman Park presents “Echoes,” an exhibition of nature inspired photographs and paintings by Carolyn Meltzer and Anne Patterson. Photographer Carolyn Meltzer uses her camera to capture the beauty and dynamism of the natural world. She hopes her photographs will allow viewers to experience some element of the everyday in a fresh, unexpected way. Meltzer also works as a radiologist and views her photography as a creative complement to her medical imaging work. Visual artist, director, and designer Anne Patterson draws inspiration from nature and music. “My goal is to encourage sensory exploration … Continue reading Carolyn Metzer, Anne Patterson at One Twelve

Kim Anno at Marcia Wood

Kim Anno returns to Marcia Wood Gallery with a new body of paintings entitled “Grand Tour.” Spectacular images of iconic cities and landscapes that we cherish, and damage, by “loving them too much”. “Grand Tour” is a uniquely new approach to painting and the work was recently debuted at the Miami art fairs by Marcia Wood Gallery to wide acclaim. Photographic images are inkjet printed directly onto either aluminum or canvas and then oil paint is applied in a variety of methods. The resulting work is beautiful, sensual, haunting and provocative. The exhibition in Atlanta will be only the second … Continue reading Kim Anno at Marcia Wood

TindelMichi at Barbara Archer

John Tindel is white. Michi Meko is black. Both are talented artists in their own right. Together, they collaborate as TindelMichi, working on the same paintings and sculptures as one pair of hands seeking to redefine an urbanized, more racially sensitive South than their parents knew. BAPTISM BY FIRE, featuring new paintings, sculpture and works on paper by the Atlanta pair, opens at Barbara Archer Gallery with a free artist talk on Thursday, November 29 at 6:30 pm and runs through January 5, 2013. The work is full of humor and wit as suggested in the duo’s tagline: “Two fat … Continue reading TindelMichi at Barbara Archer

EK Huckaby at {Poem88}

EK Huckaby brings his inimitable paintings and assemblages back to {Poem88} for his second solo exhibition, “The Ocean Casts the Greatest Shadow.” Working from found images from out-of-print tomes of Near Eastern travel, the behavior of honey-bees, and 19th century inventions, Huckaby gives a glimpse into the mysteries and travails of early modernity. In his carefully translucent images, Huckaby congeals extinct animals, light bulbs, and fruit markets, alike, in his home-made concoctions of Old World glazes. Huckaby, whose career enters its third decade, persists in exploring the possibilities of painting to evoke hidden worlds and poetic interpretation. Huckaby’s work is … Continue reading EK Huckaby at {Poem88}