Gordon Parks : Segregation Story

Sunday, I was very excited to go see the Gordon Parks: Segregation Story exhibit at the High Museum of Art. The exhibit is a beautiful collection of photo taken by Gordon Parks in the late 1950s. Parks, Life magazine's first African American photographer, was sent on an assignment to Alabama. There, he followed the Thornton … Continue reading Gordon Parks : Segregation Story

The Stacks Lofts & Artists Tour 2014

Saturday, 20 residents of The Stacks Lofts opened their homes to the public for the yearly Lofts & Artists Tour. During this tour, non residents are invited to walk into ones home and view it along with the art of an assigned artist. It's interesting to see how each home is decorated as well as … Continue reading The Stacks Lofts & Artists Tour 2014

Heineken Art Pyramid

Last weekend, Atlanta hosted the 10th year anniversary of A3C. This year, ABV and Heineken put on a live art demonstration called the Heineken Art Pyramid. For three days, 12 artist hand painted live to make this grand pyramid a massive piece of art. It was amazing to see the progress over 36 hours. Artist … Continue reading Heineken Art Pyramid

Bombay Sapphire Gin|Artisan Series

Last week I attended the Bombay Sapphire's Artisan Series Event at Mason Murer Fine Art.  The series is a showcase of emerging artists chosen from online submissions and local art gallery events. After votes have been tallied, Grand Finale Winner will receive a solo show at SCOPE NYC in March 2015. The Atlanta stop was part … Continue reading Bombay Sapphire Gin|Artisan Series

Second Nature Exhibit|The Goat Farm

Last night I was really excited to attend the Second Nature opening reception at The Goat Farm Art Center. The Barbara Archer Gallery presented 33 artist as they "respond to our changing environment" through the power of art. There were some truly amazing pieces on display. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Go see it people! What: … Continue reading Second Nature Exhibit|The Goat Farm