Saturday, June 19 Art Walk 12-5

John Belingheri, Facades-Rumba, 2010, mixed media on canvas, 48" x 48" at Sandler Hudson Gallery

Join us on Saturday, June 19 for our “3rd Saturday” Art Walk!  Galleries open Noon to 5pm, unless otherwise noted.

Get the WAD area map here.


GET THIS!  GALLERY  **Artist talk Noon-1PM**
662 11th St NW.  (678) 596-4451.  Noon – 5pm.
Artist Andy Moon Wilson will give an informal talk about his current
solo exhibition, Laserwarrior. The show consists of an installation of
550, 4 x 4 inch drawings on paper

SALTWORKS  **Final day of exhibition**
664 11th St NW.  (404) 881-0411.  Noon to 5pm.
SALTWORKS is pleased to present Breaking the Grid, a multi-media exhibition of new works by Atlanta-New York based artist, Prema Murthy.  Breaking the Grid, is a play on the use of the “grid” in 3D modeling graphics programs as well as its use in Modernist art as a stylistic device to perpetuate the idea of the monolithic and monumental.

1009-A Marietta Street NW, (404) 817-3300. 11am to 5pm.
John Belingheri: Bay Area artist John Belingheri explores repetition of form in his mixed media and oil paintings. Each painting features an intently mapped array of ellipses that guide the viewer’s eye around the canvas.
Pam Longobardi: In celebration of Pam Longobardi’s new book from Italian publisher CHARTA, Material Drift probes a step deeper into Longobardi’s obsession with the material detritus of contemporary disposable consumer culture. In photographic portraits of individual pieces of debris mined from the rubble fields of plastic on remote shores and large scale imagistic metaphors in the form of wall and roof installation, Longobardi reveals the poignant status of a world gone plastic.

TWIN KITTENS **New Member Gallery**
1016 Howell Mill Rd. Unit 3208 (entrance on 10th St.). (404) 803-4316.  Noon to 5pm.
Charles A. Westfall // Gypsy Acid Queen.  In his most recent body of work, Charles A. Westfall uses painting to engage with notions and archetypes of female aggression, power, and violence.


1170 Howell Mill Road, Suite P-16.  (404) 307.0215.  Noon to 5pm.
In their second two-person show titled BOSQUE 2, artists, Anke Schofield and Luis Garcia-Nerey, explore the aesthetics of and the psychology behind the forest. In this exhibit, the two artists compare the social dynamics and the hierarchy within forest animals in relation to our own society.

1170 Howell Mill Road, Suite 111.  (404) 580-4299  Noon to 5pm.
Artists: Jodi Hays, Peter Vaughn, Willie Young
ROTATION 2010 featuring the works of Jodi Hays, Peter Vaughn and Willie Young and is the first installation of a three part series featuring the most recent works of gallery artists.

1000 Marietta Street NW, Suite 208.  (404) 877-5626.  11am to 5pm.
Re-Purposed: The Use of Everyday Materials in Contemporary Art. Emily Amy Gallery is pleased to present Re-Purposed, an exhibition of new works by Sara Cole, Will Corr, Clayton Santiago and Sherry Williams.

1011-A Marietta Street. (404) 892-5477.  Noon to 5pm.
Kiang gallery is proud to present In Significance, a collaboration in porcelain and light by Pandra Williams and Annette Gates.

1009-B Marietta Street NW.  (404) 815-9886.  8am to 10pm.
Rotating exhibition of local contemporary artists.

ATLANTA CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER  **Close for installation**
535 Means Street, NW, 404.688.1970.
We are closed for installation.  Please join us in July for Shana Robbins: Supernatural Conductor, and Amy Myers: Feminine Space, opening July 9, 8pm.


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