Aug 21 Westside Art Walk + AGA City Wide Gallery Openings

As mentioned previously, this month’s Westside Art Walk will be held in conjunction with the Atlanta Gallery Association City Wide Gallery Opening. Galleries will be open from 10am to 10pm unless noted otherwise below. Come help us celebrate what Atlanta’s galleries have to offer!

Image courtesy of Twin Kittens

TWIN KITTENS **New Exhibition + Opening Reception @ 7pm**
1016 Howell Mill Rd. NW. Unit #3208 (Entrance is on 10th St.) (404) 803-4316 Open 10am – 10pm.
Denton Crawford // This Is A Momentary Spectacle. TWIN KITTENS is pleased to present This Is A Momentary Spectacle– an installation exploring the intersection of physical and metaphysical nature told through paint, sculpture and drawing.

**Curator Tour and Talk @ 11am**

535 Means St. NW (404) 688-1970 Open 11am – 5pm.
Members, Free; General admission, $5; Students/Seniors, $3

Kids under 12, Free
Curator Talk 11am – 12pm with Artistic Director Stuart Horodner, who leads a tour and discussion of the current exhibitions.
Exhibitions: Shana Robbins: Supernatural Conductor, and Amy Myers: Feminine Space. Robbins is an Atlanta-based artist whose works address conditions of feminine power, natural phenomena, and cycles of life and death. Myers is a New York- and Kansas City-based artist whose large-scale drawings combine elements from the worlds of physics, horticulture, science fiction, anatomy, and architecture.

SANDLER HUDSON GALLERY **Artist Talk @ 2pm**
1009-A Marietta St. NW (404) 817-3300 Open 12pm – 5pm.
Amalia Amaki will discuss her show, MJ: In Blue Terms– a series of visual poems about Michael Jackson who was the most publicly watched and photographed celebrity in the world during his lifetime. Photography on canvas, button-based fans and mixed media works offer a unique glimpse of the performer through the eyes of the artist in images that, she asserts, “are not portraits, but snippets from narratives that contain clues to what the person was truly like.”

EMILY AMY GALLERY **New Exhibition**
1000 Marietta St. NW (404) 877-5626
Open 11am – 5pm.
Summer Sampler
: A selection of works from gallery artists.

OCTANE COFFEE BAR **New Exhibition**
1009-B Marietta St. NW (404) 815-9886 Open 8am – 10pm.
Artist Peter Ferrari is a kindergarten teacher in Atlanta who has been painting and making collages for eleven years. His current work is an abstract series of black and white, thought-provoking elaborate maze of designs. He is heavily influenced by the late Robert Rauschenberg and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

GET THIS! GALLERY **New Exhibition**
662 11th St. NW (678) 596-4451 Open 10am – 10pm.
Get This! Gallery is pleased to present Harrison Keys’ solo show, Pressure Luck. The show is comprised of mixed media drawings rendered in Keys’ signature illustrative style that evoke the innocent coyness of classic children’s book illustrations. His drawings are nothing short of seductive, as the images have a pop surrealist sentiment that is largely playful; and, at times, cynical.

664 11th St. NW (404) 881-0411 Open Noon – 5pm.
SALTWORKS is pleased to present Summer Salon, a group exhibition collaborative between gallery artists and work from private collections. The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, works on paper and mixed media works. Please note our Summer Hours – open Saturdays 12pm – 5pm and by appointment until September 25.

TANNER-HILL GALLERY **New Exhibition + All-Day Opening Reception**
1170 Howell Mill Rd., Ste. 111 (404) 580-4299 Open 10am – 10pm.
Contemporary Canada: French-Canadian artist, Robert Marchessault, is a highly accomplished Contemporary painter with an international clientele that includes numerous gallery, museum and corporate collections. Featured at art fairs in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Toronto and Miami, his work is deeply moving in its ability to invite the viewer into a moment of quiet contemplation.

1170 Howell Mill Rd., Ste. P-16 (404) 307-0215 Open 10am – 10pm.
A Celebration of William Tolliver: These original works by William Tolliver have not been seen since his death ten years ago.


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