Previous Gallery Shows

ART Station 2016-2017 Gallery Series 

2017 Lee Artcard WEBCARD-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ART Station 2015-2016 Gallery Series 

Galleries are open Tuesday – Friday 11 – 5, Saturday 10 – 5.

Extended summer hours in June

Main Gallery: April 23 – June 4

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The Art of AFFTA

An exhibit of works by members of African Americans for the Arts
Trolley Stop Gallery:

Dignity in Labor

A photography Exhibition by Reggie Erawok

 

Ongoing

Invitational Craft Shop:

3-D Invitational Exhibition

“Sitting Chicken” by Iveta Ribaciauskiene

 

November 21, 2015 – January 2, 2016

August 1 – September 19, 2015
TROLLEY STOP GALLERY

Main Street

Paintings by Marjorie Foster

celebrating the appeal of small towns everywhere
“Main Street, Stone Mountain, GA” diptych by Marjorie Foster

 

MAIN GALLERY

Juried ART Station Member Exhibit
“Fall Overlook, Blue Ridge” by S. Michael Gaston

 

ART Station 2014-2015 Gallery Series 

January 23 – April 17, 2016

Trolley Stop Gallery:

Two By Two – an exhibit of images from South Africa and Alaska

in the Main Gallery:

Winter Juried Members’ Exhibition

Ongoing

Invitational Craft Shop:

3-D Invitational Exhibition

May 16 – July 18, 2015

in the Trolley Stop Gallery:

“Expression and Vision,” AAC Board Members Exhibiting Artists

in the Main Gallery:

“Awakening,” Spring Juried Members’ Exhibition

 

3/7/15-5/3/15         Trolley Stop Gallery: The artists of Tannery Row Artist Colony

4/2/15-5/3/15         Main Gallery: DeKalb County School Exhibit

November 22, 2014 – February 28, 2015

Stacey Brown Watercolor

in the Main Gallery:

Winter Juried Members’ Exhibition

 

Ongoing

Invitational Craft Shop:

3-D Invitational Exhibition

 

 

 

October 4 – November 8, 2014

 

INSIDE & OUT

A solo photography exhibit by Wesley Channell

DOUBLE EXPOSURE

in the Main Gallery, Dual Fall Juried Members’ Exhibition

Ongoing

3-D Invitational Craft Exhibition

 

August 23, 2014 – September 28, 2014

Plein Air Invitational Exhibit to coincide with paint-out

 

June 28 – August 16, 2014

 

“Stir The Pot”

Ebony Stitchers Guild

 

“Lyrics, Wood & Clay”

Stephen A. Webber Exhibit

 

 

ART Station 2013-2014 Gallery Series 

Spring Exhibits in the ART Station Galleries

May 10-June 16, 2014

 

 

In the Main Gallery:

 

Creating an Impression-Atlanta Printmakers Studio

 

This educational exhibit introduces viewers to the many different types of fine art printmaking techniques.

 

In the downstairs gallery:

Enigma-a solo show of work by Wanda Walston

 

Wanda’s bright, bold and often colorful geometric works are a real treat for the eyes.

 

 

 

In the upstairs hallway gallery:

 

Calligraphy Guild Group Exhibit-Members of Friends of the Alphabet

 

Skilled calligraphers create beautiful works that are about much more than just the letters of the alphabet. Members of the Guild will be on hand doing demonstrations during the reception on May 10.

 

3-D INVITATIONAL CRAFTS EXHIBIT: 

 

March 29 – April 27, 2014 *

“AAFTA In The Station”

African-Americans for the Arts Exhibition

Celebrating the Collaboration Between Individual Artists, Groups and Communities

 

DeKalb County Schools Exhibition

Showcasing student works from DeKalb County Elementary and Middle High Schools as well as faculty

 

Ongoing

 

3-D Invitational Craft Exhibition

 

January 25 – March 2, 2014 *

 

“Take Me Away”

original art works by Pat Fiorello

* exhibition continues through March 30

 

ART Station Winter Juried Member Exhibition

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

 

Ongoing

3-D Invitational Craft Exhibition

 

November 23, 2013 – January 11, 2014

UGA Alumni Association Exhibition

 

ART Station Holiday Member Juried Exhibition

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

 

Ongoing

3-D Invitational Exhibit

October 5 – November 9, 2013

iPhonetics by Marie Matthews

ART Station Fall Member Juried Exhibition

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

Ongoing

3-D Invitational Exhibit

 

ART Station 2012-2013 Gallery Series 

June 1 – August 18, 2013

Key of C by Cynthia Frigon

 

Atlanta artist Cynthia Frigon uses the colors and patterns of recycled magazine ads and calendar artwork to create imaginative images of our complex world. Each cut piece she uses in her collages reflects the daily choices we make to color and shape our lives.

“Ghost of Spring’s Past.”

 

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition Summer

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

Ongoing

3-D Invitational Exhibit

showcases the art works of a number of local artists working in glass, wood, ceramic, fabric, bone, found objects and mosaic tiles. This exhibit has almost 100 pieces that make for interesting viewing to see the different ways creative artisans work in all kinds of different media. While installed as a gallery exhibit any of these pieces are available upon purchase and make great gifts or wonderful additions to any home. Featuring works of

Richard DeWalt, Acworth; John Gregory, Decatur; Tracie Hawkins, Stone Mountain; Linda Hirsch, Atlanta; Fawn Lowery, Clarkston; Ptlene Minick, Atlanta; Jeff Prisant, Stone Mountain; Carol Reynolds, Sandy Springs; Iveta Ribaciauskiene, Cumming; Susan Ryles, Tucker; Stephen A. Webber, Atlanta

 

March 29 – May 11, 2013

Monsters Galore! by Sarah Kargol

“The artist must bow to the monster of his own imagination.” R. Wright. Monsters are a universal subject matter that allow viewers to safely place themselves into the situations being depicted in her work. Sarah is a mixed-media artist and a mother who is busily engaged in raising four young boys. they have become a major source of inspiration; their daily antics, speech, and curiosity all drive me to create. mixed media paintings evolve from materials that have had past lives. buttons, fabric, and recycled images bring a sense of nostalgia to the work by manipulating these recycled materials, giving them a new and unexpected life.

DeKalb County Schools and Faculty Exhibition

Showcasing the work of DeKalb County’s Elementary, Middle and High School students and faculty.

January 12 – March 2, 2013

Branching Out Art by Tom Chambers

Each piece begins with a single stem. Limbs are added in an artistic pattern, replicating naturally occurring branches and creating one-of-a-kind framed or free -form wall sculpture or free-standing sculpture. A combination of wood and acrylic, the pieces give the illusion of naturally flowing branches. Each sculpture is one-of-a-kind, leaving the viewer to wonder if the piece was created by nature or by man.

 

Quilting in the Heartland by the Cotton Boll Quilters of Covington, GA

This group’s purpose is to preserve the tradition, culture and history of quilting, and to promote knowledge and understanding of the art of quilting to future generations.

November 10 – December 29, 2012

My Bungalow Home– by Wade Lincoln

Nashville artist Wade Lincoln works are of a distinctive style of heavily textured acrylic on canvas panel, reminiscent of stained glass. His work also is in the handcrafted quarter sawn oak frames with hand rubbed bungalow brown stain finish. He is greatly influenced by works of the Arts & Crafts era, like the art tile and pottery of Rookwood and Grueby, and the furniture of Stickley and the Roycrofters. Their work shows the deep, personal relationship between the craft and the craftsman. Elbert Hubbard, founder of the Roycroft Artisan Community, said, “Art is not a thing, it is a way.” This is Wade’s way.

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition Fall

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

ART Station 2012-2013 Gallery Series 

August 25 – October 27, 2012

Portfolio Show

Graduating Gwinnett Technical photography students exhibit portfolios of commercial and fine art photography. Part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

ART Station 2011-2012 Gallery Series 

June 2 – August 18, 2012

“Home and Heart”  by Cindy Thornton

From rope tied clouds and breezy trees, to curious homes and other whimsical subject matter, Orlando, FL artist Cindy Thornton’s work features an array of color and motion.  Described as a “storybook-style painter” her paintings capture a whimsical mood through the use of expressive ‘fauve’ colors and fun subject matter.  www.cindythornton.com

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition Summer

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

click here for a prospectus

March 30 – May 19, 2012

“It’s All About Colour” by Sally Evans

Originally born in England, now based in Atlanta, Sally Evans paints, with an abundance of colour, realistic landscapes and flower works on paper in transparent watercolor and opaque gouache and abstracts in an American modernism manner.  http://web.mac.com/evanss24

 

“Inner City” by Sally Evans

 

DeKalb County Schools and Faculty Exhibition

Showcasing the work of DeKalb County’s Elementary, Middle and High School students and faculty.

 

January 14 – March 3, 2012 / March 17, 2012

“Pareidolia” by Eddie Carpenter

Pareidolia, a vague and random stimulus being perceived as significant. Eddie Carpenter’s acrylic paintings are mysterious yet oddly amusing. The proportions play and the blurring of the cartoon into portraiture is really just another way of holding two extremes in balance. http://www.edsart.org

 

“Fondue” by Eddie Carpenter

3-D Invitational

Featuring fine art and craft works in wood, glass, ceramics and gourds by Richard DeWalt, Linda Hirsch, Phil Kaufman, and Steven & Beth Radtke – Vincent van Gorde

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition Winter

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists
November 12, 2011 – December 31, 2011

“Strange Stories
– The Art of Lostdogbob” by Bob Davis  

Bob Davis’ art reflects the strange workings inside his head and outside in his world.  Based in Athens, GA his day to day experiences are revealed in a palette filled with pure and brilliant hues as he sculpts animals and paints them, landscapes and other familiar strangers. www.lostdogbob.com

“Mundane Chores” by Bob Davis

3-D Invitational Exhibition

Featuring fine art and craft, original, one-of-a-kind works in wood, glass, ceramics and gourds by Richard DeWalt, Linda Hirsch, Phil Kaufman, and Steven & Beth Radtke – Vincent van Gourd

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition Fall

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

August 20 – October 29, 2011

Gwinnett Technical College Portfolio Show

The Commercial Photography program at Gwinnett Technical College provides a rich multidisciplinary environment for digital and traditional media instruction, research, and practice.  The program focuses on the creative potential of each participant and fosters exceptional opportunities for innovative, interdisciplinary exploration of digital media and imaging.  Gwinnett Tech offers a two year Associate in Applied Science Degree which includes a specialization in Digital Imaging Specialist.

Lab and studio areas are equipped with cutting edge digital equipment, Macintosh computers, Epson printers along with traditional studio equipment and lighting.  Students are encouraged to blend the technologies and be unique in their personal vision.  Students will graduate with a portfolio and participate in Atlanta Celebrates Photography with their Senior Show.  www.gtcphoto.com

Photo by Rebekah J. Thomas

 

ART Station 2010-2011 Gallery Series 

June 4 – August 13, 2011  

“Endangered Species:  Found Paper” As preserved in the fine art medium of collage.

An exhibit by the Atlanta Collage Society which was formed in 2006 to foster interest in the medium of collage, in order to enhance the understanding, appreciation and value of collage in the world of fine art.  www.atlantacollagesociety.org

 

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition #3

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

 

“Ocean Glow” (detail) by Susan Ryles

 

March 25 – May 14, 2011

“Innocence” by H.C. Warner

Avondale Estates’ Alcove Gallery owner, H.C. Warner has a vision based upon the “Innocence” of youth producing imagery that connects with children as well as adults, with works in acrylics and mixed media, as well as digital design. http://www.alcovearts.com/hcwarner/index.shtml

 

DeKalb County Schools and Faculty Exhibition

Showcasing the work of DeKalb County’s Elementary, Middle and High School students and faculty.

 

January 22– March 18, 2011

“Choosing Joy” by Bailey Jack

Cartersville self taught artist Bailey Jack paints images that wrap around happiness in lazy days, innocent animals, St. Francis and Southern Americana.

“Moon Dog Holly Hocks” by Bailey Jack

 

Metal Sculpture works of Dennis Primm

Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, but with strong Hawaiian roots are ever present in his creations Dennis Primm transforms the rigid iron into peaceful, flowing pieces, reminiscent of island breezes and ocean waves.  http://www.tanneryrowartistcolony.com/dennis.html

 

“4 Horns” by Dennis Primm

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition #2

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

 

November 13, 2010 – December 31, 2010

“QUILTING IN THE HEARTLAND” Featuring quilt artists members of

Cotton Boll Quilt Guild of Covington, Georgia.
Quilt by Candace Hassen

This group’s purpose is to preserve the tradition, culture and history of quilting, and to promote knowledge and understanding of the art of quilting to future generations.

Tannery Row Group Show
face jugs by Judy Isaak & Judy Surowiec

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition #1 – Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

September 11 – October 30, 2010  

Portfolio Presentation of the Graduating Commercial Photography Seniors of Gwinnett Tech

for further information, please visit

http://gtcphoto.com/

Image by Brett May

Portfolio in 3D. A second and extremely unique show will be featured on the lower level of ART Station. This show will consist of 30 3D photography images.

www.gtcportfolioshow.com/    Both exhibits are part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

2009 – 2010 Gallery Series

May 27 – August 28, 2010  

“The Heart’s Universe” by Karen Cohen – A digital portrait artist, Karen paints figurative portraits of the human condition that are elemental and organic depicting the full range of human potential and emotion.  www.kelisegallery.com

 

(detail) “Breathless” by Karen Cohen

Kiln-Formed Glass by Linda Hirsch  Drawn to the versatility of the medium of fused or kiln-formed glass, Linda enjoys the challenge of simultaneously developing new techniques while creating interesting works. Her glass pieces are fun, functional, and decorative inspired from sources as varied as a simple logo or an elaborate mosaic. Her designs are often minimal, with their appeal deriving from the beauty of the glass and their ability to amuse and delight.  www.hirschglass.com

“Looking for a Match” by Linda Hirsch
ART Station Member Juried Exhibition #3 – Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

April 2 – May 15, 2010

DeKalb County Schools and Faculty Exhibition – Showcasing the work of DeKalb County’s Elementary, Middle and High School students and faculty.

 

“Contrast & Similarity in Relief” by Chuck Douglas – Contrast: Relief Prints (Printmaking) which express candid realism with identifiable subject matter.  Similarities:  Relief Prints which encompass forms created through various chiseling techniques.  Abstract Paintings which use “relief” techniques through applied found (industrial salvaged) objects affixed to the painting surfaces.

 

January 23 – March 20, 2010   EXTENDED through March 26!

Body Shop Mike – Splatter painting on car parts.

Bart Webb Designs –  Bart Webb lives & works out of his studio/gallery in Avondale Estates GA. He now offers 2D & 3D metal sculpture for home, office or garden, as well as new 2D & 3D mixed media pieces ranging from Folk Art to ultra contemporary. www.bartwebbstudios.com

Hybrid by Bart Webb

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition #2 – Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

November 14, 2009 – January 2, 2010

“One-Of-A-Kind” The art of Charley Seagraves  Blurring the divisions between Painting and Sculpture, Charley explores a variety of playful forms inside as well as outside the box. His brightly colored constructions often incorporate found objects – wooden crutches, clocks, tools and other unique items.

“Works of Bruce Holwerda”  Working with whimsical surrealistic subjects in a fantasy world, Bruce’s paintings are a unique blending of fine art with illustrative representation combining the human form with simple ideas, energetic poses and surreal portraits. www.bruceholwerda.com

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition #1 – Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

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September 12 – October 31, 2009

“To See My World” Photography by Don Hale – A native of upstage New York, Don Hale is a seasoned international traveler and photographer with a unique eye for perspective, contrast and content. His subjects vary from the whimsical, to the sublime to the most thought provoking images exploring the human condition. His photography is taken digitally, but never manipulated by computer. This is Don’s first exhibition in the Atlanta area.

Photo by Don Hale

Gwinnett Technical College – Graduating photography students exhibit portfolios of commercial and fine art photography. www.gtcportfolioshow.com. Both exhibits are part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

2008 – 2009 Gallery Series
March 27 – May 16, 2009
“Bosco’s People” by Bosco
Brazilian born artist, Bosco, shares the bright, happy side of life using various technique and painting styles, mixing abstract, minimalism, and figuration with a very unique view of Bosco’s world. www.boscoartstudio.blogspot.com
 
DeKalb County Schools and Faculty Exhibition
Showcasing the work of DeKalb County’s Elementary, Middle and High School students and faculty.
January 17 – March 21, 2009
Works of Carol Washburn

Portofino, Italy by Carol Washburn

“Inspired” Ceramic works by Barry Gregg
ART Station Member Juried Exhibition I
Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.
September 8 – November 1, 2008
Women in Focus XV
A member exhibit of Women in Focus, an artist-initiated organization of women photographers who have joined together to support and promote the photographic arts in Atlanta.  Founded in 1993 by a small group of women, WIF has blossomed into a thriving organization of 77 active members. www.womeninfocus.us/
Gwinnett Technical College
Graduating photography students exhibit portfolios of commercial and fine art photography. www.gtcportfolioshow.com/
Both exhibits are part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography.  www.acpinfo.org
November 15 – December 27, 2008
“Organica” by MJ Villanueva
A painter of contemporary abstract works on canvas, his compositions are a fusion of color, texture and movement achieved through the application of oil and acrylic paints,  with organic material. The colorful, soothing images reveal themselves through the artist’s exploration of media and technique. www.newvillageartworks.com/
Sculpture by Dave Taylor
Unique steel assembled sculptures with found objects of a wide variety of animals.  www.firesteelrust.com
ART Station Member Juried Exhibition I
Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

2007 – 2008 Gallery Series

June 7 – August 24, 2008

ART from the Heart – Portraits of Georgia’s Fallen Heroes
Atlanta Fine Art League a group of Atlanta area professional artists, working in representational genres and multiple mediums to offer opportunities for community service, to give back in unique ways with their art. Art From the Heart, are portraits of Georgia’s service men and women who have died in the line of duty while in Afghanistan and Iraq.

One of the portraits on display (artist Vivian Moody)

Off the Edge art by Bob McGill
An exhibition of Whimsical Folk Art with unique painted frames.

Electric Pears by Bob McGill

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

 

March 28 – May 24, 2008

Experiental Textures in Watermedia by Robin Howe Townsend. Robin Howe Townsend is a versatile artist alternating from the whimsical to the impressionist to the abstract. Recognized for here colorful landscapes of Tuscany and Provence, she also works with her fingers, tissue paper and dollar store items reflecting her personal joy in the artistic process.

Textile Works of Betsey VonDreele

Betsey VonDreele manipulates small strips of fabric, natural materials and found objects into collages recreating the landscapes and moods of the East Cost shores from the rocky coast of Maine, to the Nantucket moors, to the Delaware seashore where she now lives.

Dune Crossing 2 by Betsey VonDreele

DeKalb School System Annual Art Exhibition

ART Station Artistic Director, David Thomas, met featured artist Betsey VonDreele at an arts festival last year in Rohoboth Beach, DL. David says “After seeing Betsey’s art, I invited her to exhibit in our galleries in Stone Mountain. I am sure that her technique, style, execution and subject matter will be a big hit for our gallery, theatre patrons and students.” Viewed from a distance her work is often mistaken for painting, a trick of the eye which is revealed upon close examination of the details. Small scraps of fabric are cut, frayed, gathered, manipulated and then sewn on muslin using applique, quilting, and embroidery techniques. Typical materials include contton, hand-dyed silk, metallic threads, natural materials and the occasional found object. When the fabrics are sewn in successive layers starting at the horizon line and working forward in the landscape, the effect is 3-dimensional. When the handstiching is complete, the muslin edges are turned in to finish off the piece and secure the stiching. Framing completes the work. Betsey received her art training at Drew University, The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and the Rhode Island School of Design. Her works will be on view from March 28th – May 24.

Also Showing in the ART Station Gallerires are Experimental Textures in Watermedia, by Robin Howe Townsend
Robin is a versatile artist alternating from the whimsical to the impressionist to the abstract. Without any formal art school training, Robin picked up art at the age of 40. Instead of relying on rules, exacting perspective or anatomical study, she just immersed herself in “play.” Her work reflects her personal joy in the process … all energy and spontanaiety. For more information on Robin Howe Townsend click here. The Upstairs Galleries are currently featuring the works of the art students and faculty from the DeKalb County Schools. This is the 12th year that ART Station has collaborated with the DeKalb School system to present a county wide exhibition of student and faculty work. The upstairs front gallery spot lights the work of the elementary students, while the back gallery show cases all of the middle and secondary schools in DeKalb County. The Conference room holds the DeKalb County Art Faculty exhibition.

November 10 – December 30, 2007

8th Annual Georgia Women’s Caucus for Art Member Show

The Women’s Caucus for Art of Georgia is a diverse group of sculptors, painters, photographers, and illustrators and is the Atlanta chapter of the national organization. The Women’s Caucus for Art has championed the contributions of women in the arts professions since the emergence of the women’s art movement over thirty years ago.


Building on the Past 3 by Barb Rehg

visit the Women’s Caucus for Art website at http://www.wcaga.org

Pieces of Life Make Art – Mosaic Art by Kathy Bruce

Kathy Bruce is a self-taught mosaic artist who specializes in indoor and outdoor sculptures. Each one of a kind creation is assembled with pieces selected from materials including stained glass, broken china, stones, shells as well as costume jewelry, old coins, trinkets, glass beads and pearls.

Enlightened Woman by Kathy Bruce

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

 

January 19 – March 23, 2008

Works of Spivey Creations

Beautiful, thought-provoking, and wildly imaginative. Stylish, contemporary, esoteric, yet functional. Specializing in metal welding, modern artist Derrick Spivey combines these elements in a fascinating and intriguing way, into something far from the ordinary.
My Heart by Derrick Spivey

The Artists of Pine Lake

The Pine Lake community is home to many talented and varied artists who thrive in a tight-knit community where public green spaces and the lake are a focal point. A planned resort city where parks were fewer than 10 houses away for everyone, today Pine Lake remains a retreat where residents live and create year round.
Television Night Glow by Jonathan Fetta

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

Resistance is Futile (Homage to Trajan) by Heidi Rolla

 

September 8 – October 27, 2007

The Photography of David Fine

Photographs and coppergraphs by photographer, David Fine. Creation of the “Coppergraph” is a film based image that is scanned on a sheet of copper. Every piece of copper brings it’s own tone, imperfections, and surface quality that are translated to the finished image making each one an original.

Gwinnett Technical College

Graduating photography students exhibit portfolios of commercial and fine art photography.

These exhibits are part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography

 

2006 – 2007 Gallery Series

 

September 16 – October 29, 2006

“Compositions of Nature”

Photographs by National Geographic photographer, Peter Essick

 

Gwinnett Technical College

Graduating photography student exhibition

 

November 11 – December 30, 2006

“Barns” by Melinda Clair Callaghan

Painterly images of country barns

 

“Expressions in Raku”

Expressive slab built raku-fired clay masks by Phil Kaufman

 

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition

 

January 13 – March 18, 2007

“Recent Works by Kristin Thorsen”

Acrylic on canvas

 

“Stone Mountain: More than a War Monument” The Art of Maurice Clifford

Art works evoking the infinite in the finite, the invisible in the visible, the past and future in the present.

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition

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March 23 – May 20, 2007

“Shalom & Salaam: Sharing Our Traditions” The Art of Flora Rosefsky & Helen Zughaib

Flora Rosefsky creates mixed-media collages inspired by her Jewish heritage and Helen Zughaib’s, a native of Lebanon, works in gouache reflect influences of both Middle Eastern and American cultures

Wedding Traditions by Flora Rosefsky                          Planting Olive Trees by Helen Zughaib


DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

 

June 2 – August 19, 2007

Southeastern Pastel Society 2007 Members’ Juried Exhibition

Member organization dedicated to promoting pastel as a medium in the Southeast.

 

“Through Innocent Eyes” Recent Works by Harold Crowell

Imaginative, bright and fun acrylic on canvas
Men at the Circus by Harold Crowell

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2005-2006 Gallery Series

September 10 – November 6, 2005

Middle East Travel Seminar (METS)

entitled “Waiting” by Clark Plexico

Photography Exhibitions

Gwinnett Technical College Photography Exhibition

Graduating photography students exhibit portfolios.
In conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography

 

November 19, 2005 – January 15, 2006 

Paintings of Terry Peddle Corcoran

Colorful representations of the sun drenched
beaches of the Bahamas to the Architecture of Provence

entitled “Velleron Fountain”

French Impressionist Artist Frederic Payet

A self-taught French Impressionist Artist

entitled “Le moulin rouge”

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition

January 28 – March 26, 2006

Paintings by Malika Garrett

Faces of India
entitled “Man Child”

Paper Quilts of Lucinda Carlstrom

Piecework tapestries & constructions incorporating
various meduims in traditional American quilt patterns

entitled “Architectural Temple Series”

March 30 – May 21, 2006

DeKalb County
Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Samuel O. Williams Retrospective

Expressive figures and abstracts by ART Station
Member Artist, Sam Williams

entitled “Gemini I”

June 3 – August 20, 2006

Works of Jigsaw James

Dynamic & dimension collide in living color

James L. Stanley, who works in many media, creates distinctive three dimensional wooden sculptures, painted in acrylic and oil, which have earned him the nickname Jigsaw James.  Pieces of cut wood, large geometric shapes and portraits bridge the gap between painting and sculpture.

The Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild

Dynamic African American Quilts

ART Station Member Juried Exhibition

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

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ART Station 2004-2005 Gallery Series

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. & Saturday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Admission is by donation

September 11 – October 31

“Illusions” Batik by Janet Searfoss

Batik is an Indonesian word meaning “wax writing”.  The 2,000 year old ancient art consists of hot wax applied to fabric and then immersed into dye.  Janet uses Batik Imagery to create various perceptions of reality. The Batiks are intended to stimulate the viewer’s imagination and soul.

Gwinnett Technical College Photography Exhibition

Graduating photography students exhibit portfolios.
In conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography

November 13 – January 2

Works of Cher Thompson Austin

Exploring the many variables of watercolor, acrylics, collage, and most recently fused and torched glass assemblages. Cher incorporates her love of nature and color into painting landscapes and abstract images that reveal dramatic energy and emotional vibrancy.

Works of Design Spirit Studio

Features bright, fun ceramic tableware and whimsical art clocks by artists & designers Spirit & Jake Anderson.
Where Art, Design and Imaginative Spirit meet…..

 

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #1

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

 

January 22 – April 3

Works of Christina B. Glennon

Whimsical watercolors featuring frogs, martini glasses and more.

Three Visions by PB&J Design

Works by Peggy Dana, Bob Burkhardt and Jack Simonetta in painting and mixed media

collage and digitally enhanced photography

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #2.

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

 

April 16 – May 22

Works of Pat Pilkington 

Bright and bold oil on canvas and watercolors using big colorful splashes of paint

applied with thick brushstrokes.

Colored Pencil Society of America

Atlanta District Chapter 107

Atlanta-area artists exhibiting works in a very versatile medium that is coming into its own.

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #3

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

 

June 4 – August 21

Realism in Colored Pencil by Joe Lotz

Fine art from field to sea – Realistic landscapes, tropical seascapes and ocean themes

using the precise control of value with colored pencils.

Richard DeWalt & Steven and Beth Radtke

Steven and Beth are the creators of Vincent VanGourd – unique gourd art in

brilliant colors of nature, fruit and more.

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #4

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists.

ART Station 2003-2004 Gallery Series

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. & Saturday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Admission is by donation

September 6 – November 1

“The Immigrants”

an exhibition of mixed media by Pat Drew

Gwinnett Technical College Photography Exhibition

part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography

November 15 – January 18

Works of Timothy Michael, Marisa Marinetto, & Donna Hughes

exhibitions of pastel and acrylic works

“Urban Landscapes”

an exhibition of metal sculptures by Lana Garner
visit Lana’s web site at:
http://www.accoutrementsetcinc.com/

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #1

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists
for examples of the works in this show, click here

January 31 – March 28

“Sacred Space”

Giclee prints of evocative images by Photographer Dennis Engleman

“Protaton” by Dennis Engleman

Works by Mildred Tapp

an exhibition by ART Station member artist, Mildred Tapp

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #2

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

April 8 – May 23

Works by Flora Rosefsky

An exhibition of works of colorful paper cutouts

“Self Portrait” by Flora Rosefsky

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition (Opens April 15)

ART Station proudly hosts this yearly event showcasing excellence

in the DeKalb County public schools.

June 5 – August 15

“Painting Life’s Joy”

An exhibition of uniquely vivid light-filled watercolor landscape and figure paintings by Jennifer Branch

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #3

Showcasing works from ART Station’s member artists

2002/2003

Southeastern Pastel Society

Summer Series–Allison Lasley – Katherine T. Carter & Associates Exhibit

Primitive Works by Marius Valdez & B.J. Negret;

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Imagining Nature–Abe Ordover – Katherine T. Carter & Associates Exhibit

A Natural Response–Mary Margaret Pipkin – Katherine T. Carter & Associates Exhibit

Member Juried Competition/Exhibition #3- Juror: Lisa Tuttle, Artist/Consultant/Administrator

Something Old, Something Black, Brown & Blue–Arthur Parks, Jr.;

Off the Edge Art–Bob McGill;

American Fine Craft Exhibition

Member Juried Competition/Exhibition #2- Juror: Jerry Cullum, Art Papers Senior Editor

The Figure-Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #1–Juror: Jan Selman, Independent Consultant

Gwinnett Technical College Seniors’ Photography Portfolio Exhibition

2001/2002

Member Juried Competition & Exhibition #3 – Juror: Alan Tiegreen, GA State University

Calm Before the Storm– Fiona Buttigieg;

Color With A Difference–Ruth Gogel & Virginia Twinam Smith

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Member Juried Competition & Exhibition #3 – Juror: Sandra Bennett, Spruill Art Center

Living Spaces–Helen DeRamus;

An Exhibition of Black & White Photography–Mark Wolfe;

It’s A Dog’s Life-ART Station Member Artists

Member Juried Competition & Exhibition #2 – Juror: Micheal Meyer, Trinity Gallery

Plein Air, Here and There–Lorraine King;

Member Juried Competition & Exhibition #1- Juror: Margaret Estes, High Musuem of Art

Recent Works of David Scott Meier;

Circus Folks–Cheryl Lyn Myrbo;

2000/2001

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #3-Juror: Cathyrn Miles, GA Perimeter College

Zooilogical–Chica Brunsvold- Katherine T. Carter & Associates Exhibit

Folk Art Exhibit – Dede Spitz

Folk Art Exhibit – Bryan Mercer

Corazones Valientes – Costa Rica Folk Art

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Gone to the Dogs–Michael McWillie – Katherine T. Carter & Associates Exhibit

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #2 – Juror: Gregor Turk, Robert Ferst Center Gallery Curator

Artist’s Atelier of Atlanta

Photography by Robert Thomas

Works of Karin van der Palm

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #1-Juror: Louise Shaw, Independent Consultant

1999/2000

Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #4-Juror: Anthony Hirschel, Michael C. Carlos Museum

Fantastically Fun & Whimsical- Annie Love, Joe Perrin, & Hero

Sculptural Works of Marcia Kincaid

Works of Mikki Dillon

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Old Southern Home Place Exhibition – Juror: Larry Werber, GA Artist of Excellence/Instructor

Latin-American Expressions-A Grupo Cultura Exhibit

Reflections of Ancient Greece

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #3-Juror: Charly Palmer, Artist

Recent Works of Carole Connelly

Southeastern Fine Crafts Exhibition-Curator: Billie Shelburn

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #2-Juror: Cornel Rubion, Artist

Works of Chaidoui Saudi

Life Cycles and Circles-Nancy Jay

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #1- Juror: Karen Williams, Ellis-Chambers Gallery

1998/1999

Folk Art Exhibit – Dede Spitz, Quilts – Bonnie Burgess Olsen, “Silent Communication” An Exhibition of Paintings by Kay Ridge

Men of Brasstown – Sandy Webster

Southeastern Fine Crafts Exhibition #4-Curator: Billie Shelburn

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #4-Juror: Anthony Greco, Atlanta College of Art

ART Station Staff Exhibition

ArtTime Exhibition

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Virginia Roach Munroe Retrospective

A Photography Exhibit -Curator Joe Perrin

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #3-Juror: Katherine Mitchell, Artist

Southeastern Fine Crafts Exhibition #3-Curator: Billie Shelburn

The Fine Art Folio Exhibition

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #2-Juror: Nick Lloyd, Olgethorpe University

Changing Patterns–Jane Ebone, Lynn B. Gammon, Diane A. Lunow & Peggy Sexton Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #1-Juror: Marjorie Harvey, High Museum of Art

Southeastern Fine Crafts Exhibition #1-Curator: Billie Shelburn

1997/1998

Works of Judith Surowiec

Artistic Director’s Invitational Exhibition

Members Juried Exhibition and Competition #4-Juror: Theresa Bramlett, Nexus Gallery

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Dunwoody Fine Art Association – Juror: Junko Ono Rothwell, Artist

Southeastern Crafts Invitational Exhibition #2 -Curator: Billie Shelburn

Members Juried Exhibition and Competition #3-Juror: Rick Fisher, Katherine T. Carter

Works of Junko Ono Rothwell

Latin-American Expressions-A Grupo Cultura Exhibit

Works of Amy & Greg Holzhauers- Curator Joe Perrin

Members Juried Exhibition and Competition #2-Juror: Jan Selman, DeKalb Council of the Arts

Southeastern Fine Crafts Invitational Exhibition #1

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #1-Juror: Joyce Medina, GA State University

A Narrative of Being – Margaret Estes;

1996/1997

Folk Art Exhibit – Flora Hammond

Folk Art Exhibit – Amos Hummell

Artistic Director’s Invitational Exhibition

DeKalb County Secondary School and Faculty Exhibition

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #3-Juror: Mikki Dillon, Artist

Fine Craft Juried Exhibition – Juror: Sandy Webster

Fine Craft Invitational

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #2-Juror: Virginia Munroe, Artist

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #1-Juror: Lee Bomhoff, Artist

1995/1996

Southeastern Fine Arts & Crafts Exhibition

Former Yugoslavian Victims’ Coats Exhibition – Sandy Webster

GA State of the Arts – Member Juried Exhibition/Competition #4-Juror: Lori Gene, DeKalb College

3 Women With Dust on their Feet-Corrine Workmaster, Billie Shelburn & Marie Harcleroad

Angels Among Us – Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #3-Juror: Michael Hidalgo, Artist

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #2-Juror: Lee Ransaw, Morris Brown College

Member Juried Exhibition & Competition #1-Juror:

1994/1995

5th Annual African-American Artists Exhibition – Lee Ransaw, Morris Brown College

9th Annual Juried Art Exhibition/Competition–Juror: Richard Waterhouse, GA Council

2nd Annual Invitational Art Exhibition – Juror: William Anderson, Artist/Instructor

The Atlanta Artists Club Traveling Show

1993/1994

Southern Pastel Society Members Show

4th Annual African-American Artists Exhibition – Juror: Ron Phillips

8th Annual Juried Art Exhibition/Competition–Juror: Bruce Bobick, West GA College

1992/1993

Georgia Watercolor Society Members Exhibition

7th Annual Juried Art Competition/Exhibition- Juror: Peggy Rambo, Independent Curator, 1st place winner, Ronnie Phillips

3rd Annual African American Invitational Exhibition – Juror: William Anderson

1991/1992

Metal Sculpture Works – Clark Ashton

6th Annual Juried Art Competition/Exhibition- Juror: Peggy Rambo, Independent Curator

2nd Annual African American Invitational Exhibition

1990/1991

5th Annual Juried Art Competition/Exhibition–Juror: Larry Walker, GA State University

1st Annual African American Invitational Exhibition

1989

 

1988

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