Happy holidays, Merry Christmas and, almost a Happy New Year! A number of updates for you as we approach our culminating event on New Year’s:
• “Never Keep a Girl Waiting” by Will Pollock has been reduced. Originally offered at $1,400, the piece is now $950. This is a one-of-a-kind item and will be retired if and when it is sold. Framed by JD Isaac. (more)
• We’ll have a number of pieces on display and available for donation at Will’s New Year’s Eve annual Gourmet Pizza Extravaganza. Fill out the contact page if you’d like to attend and think you’d like to lock in one last donation before the end of the year.
• Julia Murney’s pieces are in process but are going to be offered in the month of January due to production issues. Three pieces will be offered in varying mediums - stay tuned for more on that soon!
• Updates coming soon about “Instinct in the Round: Gourmet Pizza for Good,” including new book art, a post about Chick-fil-A and much more. Stay tuned!
Most of all, go shopping for some very cool pieces on sale and lock in your donations before the end of the year!
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“Grace” by Ginny Sykes
A number of our past, present and future artists have been working hard and either have pieces on display or will soon hold forthcoming events. If you’re in the area, make sure to check them out:
- Ginny Sykes. Some of Ginny’s best work to date is “Grace,” which is mixed-media on linen. The triptych is both deeply complex and immensely freeing to viewers. (click to see more) She also has a large, permanent group of public works on display, including collaborations with schools and other civic organizations. (more)
- Julia Murney. Julia’s schedule has been jam-packed in 2012. She just wrapped two solo shows at 54 Below in New York City, and now she’s in the new show “Falling,” about the life of an autistic child and the family members around him. Julia will once again be displaying her photography for ARTvision-7. (more)
- Carolyn Meltzer. Celebrating an opening tonight at Woodruff’s Gallery 100, Carolyn is teaming up with artist and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra set designer Anne Patterson for “Inspiration Echoed” in conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. Carolyn will be displaying for ARTvision-7 for the first time in 2012. (more)
Stay tuned for more, and make sure to visit some of those links to see the beautiful work. - Will Pollock
(Image credit and h/t: GinnySykes.com)
(Monday 17 September 2012 :: ATLANTA) After the Labor Day holiday, ARTvision Atlanta’s fund-raising season for Positive Impact is in full swing. A big THANK YOU to all of our artists for great submissions so far this year, in which our theme is “Uncharted: Travel to Enchanted Lands.” And, good news: we are extending our deadline for another week so folks can get more submissions in. (read more)
We’ve also added two more features to the site, in the lead-up to our season launch. We’ve got easy-access social-media buttons on our home page, and we also have a follow page you may visit to make sure you’re fully plugged in.
Also, if you have a testimonial or a comment about ARTvision, we now have a contact page you may use to reach out to us, anytime.
Thanks for reading and more soon.
In other words, we want you!
ARTvision presents a unique opportunity for an Atlanta-area gallery to give back to the community and allow some great works to be shown by national and international artists. From Zurich to California and New York to Denmark, we display works from all over the world that fit the year's theme. We want these pieces to shine in the best light possible. (read more)