My first ELEVATE “Knitting Circle.” Hosted at Dashboard Co-op’s gallery on Spring St. Volunteers helped organized flowers, map out the panels, and started ahearing flowers. Thanks to Dashboard for hosting us at their space and the amazing kids from Walton high school.
Oh hey that’s my art right there.
Nathan Sharratt, always killin it.
I am excited to announce my first curatorial experience and to present, along with The Arts Exchange at the Xchange Gallery, Sense of Self, which will showJuly 26th through September 6th, with an opening reception Saturday, July 26th, from 7-9 pm.Sense of Self features the work of six artists (Pictured above): Elaine Alibrandi (Boston, MA), Elyse Defoor (Atlanta, GA), Elnaz Javani (Chicago, IL), Kelly Kristin Jones (Atlanta, GA), Grace Needleman (Pepper Pike, OH), and Iman Person (Atlanta, GA). Through diverse mediums the artists explore the impacts of society, culture, and community on identity and varying ideas of womanhood. Each artist approaches these themes differently, whether exploring their own relationship to the world outside themselves, a specific community’s concept of womanhood, or observing general perceptions on the idea of women.
You can find the Facebook invite here.
Love the light effects in Susan Loftin’s installation “Line Drawing” at @dashboardcoop ‘s #nexussexusplexus #art #atlanta #stripes #latergram
Jason Peters’ molecularly-suggestive installation at @dashboardcoop ‘s #nexussexusplexus is extra magical after dark #art #atlanta
May 16 2014
Me and my sister’s hands are in this one!!!
So this week I will be showing work in the Ernest G Welch Gallery at Georgia State Univ opening on May 1st at 5pm. This work is a slight deviation from what I usually make. It is highly conceptual, personal, and a bit controversial! For the next year I will be working on a project I started developing in January tentatively called Black Womanhouse. More info to come about what the project will include and how the public can contribute/support. This print is based on interpreting the Black Mammy image and how Black women have been portrayed in the media from past to present. #BlackWoman #BlackWomanArtist #TextileArt #Art #HistorytoCome #WhatImDoingAfterGraduation
I will not miss this.
Artwork pickup 8am, Ursula Kendall Johnson 9am, Folk Art Park, Living Walls while parking, STREETMUSEUM, Streetcar, Beth Malone …Mother.