Art Gallery Exhibits Archive
4, 2015 to Feb 28, 2015
artist, his style proved to be very unique among the contemporary
artists. This is one of the reasons that he has been highly
recognized by many art curators and art lovers alike in a
variety of countries including, Haiti, France, England, Holland,
Trinidad & Tobago, Spain, the United States, Switzerland,
and the Czech Republic.
fact, the meticulous manner in which the Atlanta-artist blends
the vibrant colors seems to spontaneously invite gallery goers
into a world of light and shadow, where geometric forms and
beauty create a high sense of internal freedom, love, and
peace. These are many of the artistic touches that Moise has
been applying in his works and which prompted many experts
and critics to salute him as one of the emerging master artists
of modern art. Others even went very far in proclaiming Moise
as William Blake of modern age.
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by Barabara Ali
1, 2015 to April 30, 2015
Ali studied art in high school and in college. While earning
her degree at Earlham College she was chosen to participate
in studies abroad where she studied the works of many master
artists. She lived for several years in Paris as well as in
the south of France. Her strongest influences have been the
impressionists, realists and surrealists. The influences of
European artists continue to be evident in her work.
Barbara's works reveal a fascination with the intricacies of
the world around us. She is inspired by the small things in
life and the beauty that can be found even in ordinary things.
Having grown up in a rural setting Barbara has a deep love of
nature and she taps into that relationship in her work. She
often works Plein Air, allowing the sights and sounds of the
outdoors to influence her pieces.
Barbara is drawn to a diverse range of subjects which allows
her the freedom to express many thoughts and many moods. Her
subjects range from a vase of flowers to a simple "moment
in time" to imaginary worlds where the viewer creates his
own storyline. Her gallery consists of portraits, still lifes
and landscapes, as well as imaginative pieces.
Barbara's works have been shown in both national and local exhibitions.
by Joe Loehr
1, 2015 to June 30, 2015
is an emerging artist currently residing in the town of Woodstock
in Northwest Georgia. His early education included the study
of pencil and charcoal drawing, as well as architectural drafting.
In recent years, after pursuing a career in computer science,
he has refocused his creative efforts on the study of oil painting
and the creation of art works in a style that can best be classified
as impressionistic realism. Although he has produced some earlier
work using acrylics, his most recent works have focused on the
use of oils on both canvas and panels supports. In addition,
he creates numerous studies of portraits and figures using graphite
pencil on paper. He has studied with Atlanta artists Kathy Rennell
Forbes and Ernest Varner.
His recent works have been primarily portraits and the depiction
of figures in a variety of places and events. However, he occasionally
will create seascapes and landscapes, mostly depicting city
streets and architectural structures.
by Paula Landry
1, 2015 to August 31, 2015
Landry is a pastel artist living and working in Smyrna, Georgia.
After many years of teaching art in the Cobb County School
District, she has spent her retirement years focusing on expanding
and exploring her own artistic skills.
a BFA in Art Education from the University of Southern Mississippi
and a Masters from the University of Georgia, Paula
has studied and has shown work everywhere from France to the
small towns of the Southeast. Paulas portraits and landscapes
reflect the vibrant colors found in the Georgia landscape.
She is often commissioned for her informal child portraits.
by John Lander
1, 2015 to October 31, 2015
automotive artist John Lander, cars as more than just transportation:
"Some are beautiful examples of rolling sculpture. I
try to do more than just draw pretty pictures of cars; I
include interesting people, backgrounds, and try to set a
mood or tell a story."
work of years, this collection of Lander's vintage car art
includes over 100 color illustrations with a short description,
including comments by the artists, for each picture.
by Larry Crane, former art director for Automobile magazine.
by Karen Snider
1, 2015 to January 3, 2016
main interest in creating several of my paintings is to portray
a slice of daily life. I attempt to showcase some of America's
unique individuals going about their daily activities.
I'm also fascinated with studying and painting nature's amazing
detail, form and color."
All my life I've been interested in expressing myself through
art. I minored in art when I attended the University of New
Mexico. Through the years, I drew using graphite and ink,
and painted with pastels.
When I lived in California and Oregon throughout the 1990's,
I showed and sold my work in several galleries and exhibits.
After I moved east, I began painting in oils. In the past
7 years, my work has been accepted in many juried shows in
both South Carolina and Georgia. Several of my pieces have
received awards at the National Juried Shows.