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Splatter Studio Atlanta

Crafty chaos is the name of the game at the Splatter Studio

The Splatter Studio is the perfect place for skeptics who have looked at a Jackson Pollock drip painting and scoffed, I could do that.

What to know before you go to Imagine Picasso at Pullman Yards

Imagine Picasso is not your typical museum exhibit. The main attraction is 10,000 square feet full of projection screens set at different angles. A 33-minute loop of both color and black and white images plays—on the walls, on the ground, and on various shaped screens guests can walk under.
Tom Williams

Atlanta sculptor Tom Williams remains loyal to his imagination

Reddish brown sawdust blankets every surface in sculptor Tom Williams’s home studio in Chamblee. Drawers brim with dozens of carving tools—collected during his 50-year career as a working artist.
Heartbeat_ATL revives the city’s original heart with an interactive public art installation

Heartbeat_ATL revives the city’s original heart with an interactive public art installation

“What were once the arteries of the city were demolished, creating divide instead of connection,” explained Courtney Hammond, the project’s curator, on a recent visit to the site. “We wanted to build not just a light artwork: we thought this was a beautiful moment to signal that that these arteries are being rebuilt.”
Dawn Williams Boyd’s cloth paintings tell stories of Black life in America

Dawn Williams Boyd’s cloth paintings tell stories of Black life in America

Last summer, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York added the Atlanta artist’s Sankofa piece to its permanent collection; and, this summer, her solo exhibit at New York’s Fort Gansevoort art gallery will cover an ambitious slate of themes ranging from police violence and women’s rights to climate change.
Adelaide Tai

Studio Visit: Adelaide Tai liberates herself and others through art

For Adelaide Tai, her work always begins with a color palette. Color helps her get to the root of her emotions. When she pours the paint, she has no idea where it will go as it scurries across the canvas filled with whatever she’s releasing at the moment.
Nellie Mae Rowe High Museum of Art

Works by folk artist Nellie Mae Rowe contemplate faith, feminism, and freedom

Atlanta's High Museum was the first major museum to start collecting Nellie Mae Rowe work and is now reintroducing her to the world in a new exhibition, Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe, in the Wieland Pavilion through January 2022.
Miya Bailey

Atlanta artist Miya Bailey on finding—and rekindling—your passion

After a three-year hiatus, tattoo artist and painter Miya Bailey finds his stroke again.
Atlanta artists to watch 2021

6 Atlanta artists to watch in 2021

We asked our colleagues at ArtsATL to tell us whose work they are most eager to see this fall. Here are six artists stirring up the city’s arts scene.
Must-see Atlanta arts events 2021

This fall’s must-see Atlanta arts events

We asked our friends at ArtsATL to help us create a roundup of the theater performances, art exhibitions, concerts, and other art events you won't want to miss this fall.

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