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Showing in the Trolley Stop Gallery

March 30 – May 19, “Rejuvenescence.” Artwork of Columbus Brown, Henrietta Andrews and Joy Lyons.

 

Trolley Stop Gallery will showcase photography, painting, collage and quilting. Together, their work creates a vibrant visual statement.

The artwork in the galleries will be diverse in style and media; from representational to abstract; paintings and sculpture. There’s bound to be something to appeal to everyone. Please join us for this free event!

In the Main Gallery: Member Juried Artists’ Exhibition

In the Main Gallery on the second floor, the exhibit will be the spring juried exhibit of member artists of ART Station. These exhibits are always lively, curated by esteemed jurors, they demonstrate examples of many different approaches to creative expression as well as a wide variety of media. Marie Matthews, the juror for this exhibit is a well-known Atlanta area artist and teacher. She works in watercolor and digital arts; her awards are too numerous to mention. Matthews has taught at Atlanta’s Chastain Arts Center for more than ten years and also teaches a class for residents at Park Springs. More information about Marie can be found on her website: http://mmatthews.com/

Please click on the buttons below for additional information on group and single-artist exhibition oportunites.

ART Station Gallery Program Mission

The mission of the ART Station Gallery program is to promote artists from the Southeastern United States by organizing a diverse program of exhibitions by emerging, mid-career, and established contemporary artists. The Gallery Program takes a multi-disciplinary approach to exploring cultural, social, geographical, and historical contexts through presenting artists that shape, inform, and challenge ideas and perception of contemporary art. ART Station is dedicated to supporting  artistic innovation and experimentation and strives to initiate dialogue among local and regional art communities.

About the Galleries

There are three separate exhibit galleries in ART Station. The gallery downstairs, on the main level, usually features solo or small group shows. At the top of the stairs, there is a space which displays a variety of crafts in an invitational exhibit that is ongoing. Work in this space is available for immediate purchase, and new inventory is continuously added. Just beyond the craft exhibit, is the largest gallery, where juried member exhibits are hung several times each year, along with other group or special exhibits. Finally, more of a museum than a gallery, a portion of ART Station’s superb permanent collection of work by Georgia artists is displayed down the rear hallway and in the upstairs conference room.

Greetings

Just wanted to reach out and say thank you for such a great opportunity to tour the art at the Atlanta airport international terminal. I can only say WOW, I am so inspired!!. It was a honor to be a part of this group of great people on this tour. Special thanks to the ART Station staff Emma, David, Michael, Bill, and especially to Erin who made it happen for my guest Carolyn.

Continued blessing, Helen Scott

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