SAT FEB 19 // Westside Arts District 3rd Saturday Art Walk

Come out to the Westside Arts District on Feb 19 for a day of art and an opportunity to meet some of the exhibiting artists.

 Dana Schutz, Untitled, 2005

*Event 11 am – 12 pm, open 11 am – 5 pm*

535 Means Street NW (404) 688-1970
Members, Free; General admission, $5;
Students/Seniors, $3; Kids under 12, Free
*Event: Creative Lives & Careers: Art Ecologies. Diane Barber of DiverseWorks, Kristan Kennedy of PICA, and Raechell Smith of H&R Block Artspace discuss art communities in a panel discussion led by ACAC Artistic Director Stuart Horodner.
On View: Dana Schutz: Drawings & Prints, and Embodying. Schutz is a New York-based painter known for combining fantastic narratives, exuberant handling of materials, and pictorial inventiveness; and Embodying is a group show with Joe Biel, James Gobel, Stephen Schofield, Allison Smith, and Richard T. Walker, whose works investigate physical and psychological aspects of the human body, drawing inspiration from classic literature, nature, and urban life. Embodying is supported through Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue with lead support by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Jason Urban , 2008

R2-D2 Disco, 2008
Reductive Woodcut


*EVENT: 1-2pm*

662 11th St. NW (678) 596-4451 Open 12pm to 5pm.
Event:Curator talk: Jiha Moon (Atlanta based artist) will lead a casual discussion about her curatorial effort, Life Iconic. A group print exhibition now on view at Get This! Gallery.
The group print exhibition Life Iconic, showcases the work of ten exciting emerging/mid career artists whose works engage with the idea of iconography in life. Iconography is evident in all of these artists’ work, and is drawn from subjects as varied as everyday life, nature and pattern, minimalism and abstraction throughout the exhibition. For some of the artists it appears in a bold and graphic style, for others it is as their subject or an inventive device, and for yet others it may be a subtle undercurrent.

Artist Talk @ 2pm.
664 11th St. NW (404) 881-0411 Open Noon – 5pm.
Artist Michael Scoggins will give an informal talk on his work in the exhibition Family Values. Scoggins continues his exploration of American society through the physically of language and its mediums invoking thoughts of humanity, democracy and individual expression. Scoggins’ pushes the medium of paper to reveal its sculptural potential and visceral qualities evoked by its familiarity and makeshift plasticity.

*Curator talk at 3pm*

1011-A Marietta Street. (404) 892-5477. Noon to 5pm.
…After The Suburbs
by guest curator Karen Tauches
After all, the suburbs promised to be a neat, new, affordable Eden. It was that in-between station where middle class, industrialized citizens could be part of the city and yet breathe a little easier with the countryside nearby. Now, the spacious suburbs hold a position of great potential for a population needing to reconnect with Nature.


Todd Murphy

1170 Howell Mill Rd., Ste. P-16 (404) 307-0215 Open 11am – 5pm.
Astolfi Art will be presenting 12 contemporary artists with work by Todd Murphy, Kevin Archer, Tony Hernandez, Gregor Turk, Tracy Sharpe, and more…

1000 Marietta St. NW (404) 877-5626 Open 11am – 5pm.
Emily Amy Gallery is pleased to present Winter Salon, a group exhibition of works from gallery artists. The exhibition includes paintings, works on paper and mixed media works. Please note our new hours – open Tuesday – Saturday 11-5 and by appointment.

1000 Marietta St. NW  (404) 815-9886 Open 10am to 10pm.
Octane Coffee Bar is pleased to present work of students from the Portfolio Center.

{ Poem88 } at Tanner-Hill Gallery
*Opening 7pm*

1170 Howell Mill Rd., Ste. 111 (404) 580-4299 Open 11am – 5pm.
Sharon Shapiro: California
Shapiro’s paintings and watercolors drawn from a range of photographic sources, address stereotypical depictions of women. In this new body of work, Shapiro lovingly reproduces these found photos into images of intense sensuality and eroticism. Embracing ideas of sex-positive feminism, Shapiro celebrates the power of female sexuality placing it front and center. Shapiro’s skill as a colorist is put to good use in exploring ideas of femininity and naturalism.

1009-A Marietta Street NW  (404) 817-3300 Open Noon to 5pm
Scott Belville, Sheila Pree Bright, Eric Corrigan, Marshall Davis, Didi Dunphy, Cheryl Goldsleger, Dusty Griffith, Sharon Lapin, Elizabeth Lide, Susan Loftin, Yanique Norman, Mario Petrirena, Teresa Bramlette Reeves, Ashley Reid, Ilene Sunshine, and Lisa Tuttle will exhibit in a group show, Have A Seat, January 21-February 19, 2011.

1016 Howell Mill Rd. NW. Unit #3208 (Entrance is on 10th St.)
(404) 803-4316 Open 11am – 5pm.
TWIN KITTENS is pleased to present PATRIARCHS | MATRIARCHS, Dale Inglett’s first solo show in Atlanta.  The show will consist of videos, paintings and prints- all of which are abstractions of photographs from the turn of the previous century.

Inglett shares, “This body of work stems from an investigation of photographs of my ancestors. Using these as source images for paintings, video and prints, I attempt to challenge the fixed quality that photos seem to attach to identity, and to get at something more ineffable than likenesses. The works present, instead, the ever-shifting nature of identity. We change with every breath. I’m replacing the “proof” presented in photos with a re-imagining, a fiction, the unknown.”


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