"Duality of Feminine and Feminist"
March 3, 2017 to April 2, 2017
Gallery 66 NY, Street: 66 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY 10516
Lucy Hale's collage “When Our Mothers Were Birds the Feminine Was Fair Game” has been chosen to appear in the exhibition Duality of Feminine and Feminist, juried by artist and curator Karen Gutfreund.
“Spruill Arts Showcase
Closing Reception is Thursday March 9, 6-8pm
”February 6 to March 9, 2017.
Location: Spruill Center for the Arts, 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Dunwoody.
Phone: 770.394.3447 x 0
Work by Spruill Center Students and Instructors in all mediums. February 6 – March 9, 2017.
"Corlia Kock and Lewis Miffitt at The Art Place Gallery"
Opening Reception is March 9, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm
March 9 - March 31, 2017
The Art Place
3330 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta
Please join the Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia and the Blue Heron Nature Preserve for the opening and artist talk of Shared Visions on March 11th from 3pm to 4:30 pm in the BHNP Gallery. “Shared Visions” is a show featuring Donna Horn and Kate Colpitts's abstract landscapes.
Blue Heron Gallery, 4055 Roswell Rd, Atlanta, GA 30342
"Here We Are"
Now through March 17
Sculptural works by Claire Lewis Evans, curated by Catherine Allen in Leland Gallery at Georgia College. The gallery is located in Ennis Hall at 320 West Hancock Street in Milledgeville; gallery hours are 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. For more information, call (478) 445-4572 or visit www.gcsu.edu/art.
"Domestic Interiors, Grosse Pointe Artists Association"
Location: The War Memorial, 32 Lakeshore, Grosse Point Farms, MI.
Phone: (313) 881-3454
This show runs from February 6 - March 3, 2017.
Three collages of Lucy Julia Hale will appear in this Show. "Anniversary Song - Blossoming Dance"; "Modern Lamps in Love"; and "Secrets the House Withheld.”
"Selections From Spain"
Kathy Rennell Forbes currently has a solo watercolor show, “Selections from Spain” at the Cobb Chamber of Commerce in Marietta, GA (January 5 - March 7).
"My One and Only: Monoprints at Mason Fine Art"
SGCI Reception Sunday, March 19, 10am-12pm
Mason Fine Art is pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition, opening February 24 from 6 to 9pm, in conjunction with the Southern Graphics Council International.
Monoprints allow for unique, varied and experimental marks. This show features ten women who utilize printmaking as a mark-making tool, relishing their process to create singular, expressive works on paper. The artists hail from Atlanta and around the country.
Artists: Terri Dilling, Laura Fayer, Isaiah Jones, Susan Ker-Seymer, Amanda Knowles, Eleanor Neal, Deb Oden, Cassie Normandy O’Malley, Stacie Rose, Tanja Softić. The gallery is always free and open to the public.
On view through April 14, 2017.
"Hidden In Plain Sight"
March 18, to April 15, 2017
Hathaway Contemporary Gallery, 877 Howell Mill Rd., Atlanta, GA 30318
Solo exhibition by Maxine Hess. Opening reception, Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 6:00-9:00 PM. Hidden In Plain Sight series is driven by challenging personal and current social issues and includes an interactive installation as well as two dimensional artwork dealing with subjects such as gun violence, the restricting and sexualizing of women, and sex and human trafficking. The use of materials often associated with women including fabric, stitching, quilting, and wallpaper patterns is contrasted with the harsh realities of the content to provoke the viewer's thinking and influence intellectual and emotional dialogue with others.
"The Imaginary Zoo"
Katherine Mialkowski is part of "The Imaginary Zoo"
March 10- April 14, 2017
Reception/Artist Talks Saturday, March 25, 11 a.m. – 1 pm) at Abernathy Arts Center. 254 Johnson Ferry Road, NW, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
"Critical Juncture 2017: The Work of Art"
Kathy Meliopoulos will show her work in the Critical Juncture Conference on April 18. She will be showing art along with 4 other artists at this conference. There will be two evenings (March 17 - 18) of film, music and art featuring Atlanta based social justice activists and artists. The art showing will be March 18, 5:30 - 7 pm. Critical Juncture 2017: The Work of Art, will explore how art works to defy, resist, and call attention to the particular injustices produced by the social construction of Disability, Race, Gender, and Sexuality. As these topics are by no means mutually exclusive, we also welcome contributors who overlap issues involving social class, ageism, ableism and geographic determinism, etc.