A multilayered art show with a collaboration of writings, markings and structures. This body of work connects on common ground with help from those near and dear to Shellie. The art will be accompanied by the acoustic sound of Ashes of Old Ways, an Americana band from Folly Beach, with Shellie’s husband, Jamie Crisp on the bass. Music will be at the gallery from 6-7:30 pm. Music will continue next door at Hemingways starting at 8 pm.
Mother & Daughter talents Susan Easton Burns and Julia present their newest collection of equestrian art and more.
Opening reception Friday, May 3, 5-9 pm.
Lance Carlson & the Boys of Winter
featuring Charles Emery Ross, Terrance Gasca, Jim Greenwood, & John Guernsey
Expressions of Love: Poetic Abstractions by Jennifer Rivera and The Atlanta Poetry Community
& Nude and Figural work by Cameron Hampton, Kris Meadows, and Catie Radney
Body Language by Holly Irwin
April Showers Bring May Flowers –
featuring Susan Easton Burns, Kathy Cousart, Helen DeRamus,
Barbara Dunham, Carolyn, Goldsmith, John Guernsey, Alberto Mier, Charles Emery Ross & Marissa Vogl
Gallery 1, Downstream: Joyce Howell Solo Show
Gallery 2, Abstractions: Featuring Work by Jennifer Rivera & Katie Robinson
Gallery 1, Local Art School Students from SCAD, KSU, SPSU & GSU
Gallery 2, International New Talent
I Remember When
Oh, The Places You’ll Go (Reprise)
Farm to Table: A Landscape & Still Life Show
Gallery 1, All Creatures Great & Small featuring work by Susan Easton Burns
Gallery 2, Claire Dunaway, Maureen Engle & Melissa Snyder
5 Year Anniversary Show: Celebrate with the 5 Senses
Romance of the Figure & Nude featuring work by Helen DeRamus, Holly Irwin & Kris Meadows.
Ask the Experts: Contemporary Art in Design
Expert Panel including HGTV’s Elbow Room Designers Chip Wade & Christi Holcombe,
Photographer Emily Followill, Corporate Designer Susan Greer-Mote and Editor/Writer Lisa Mowry.
A Two-Woman Show featuring Gina Hurry & Catie Radney.
Like Father, Like Son: Featuring Jimmy, Christopher, and Thomas Arvid & Lyall and Steve Penley
Blue & Gray
Some Like it Hot: Encaustic, Metal & Glass featuring work by Helen DeRamus, David Goldhagen, & Syd Atkinson.
Live glass blowing and Fire Art Dancing will accompany the artists in attendance.
Live Encaustic Demonstration with Helen DeRamus: She will give a sneak peek into the world of encaustic painting. This method of painting comes from an ancient technique that has been updated for contemporary use. Find out how the paint is made and applied and why encaustic is so versatile. Discover why this is one of the most permanent methods of painting as Helen gives a demonstration of the various steps necessary as well as the special tools needed to create a work of art.
Rock, Paper, Scissors: Sculpture, Paper works, Fiber & Collage.
Shields and Boundaries: Shellie Lewis-Dambax Solo Show.
Gallery 1: Come Home for the Holidays: a solo show with Dirk Walker
Gallery 2: Introducing new artist Ana Guzman
“Small Wonders”: Holidays at dk Gallery
Art Opening featuring Elizabeth Chapman at Bryan Alan Kirkland Designs Studio
Opening Night and Art Talk with Susan Easton Burns
Bergman Theatre at the Booth Western Art Museum
Romance of the Figure & Nude
featuring work by Kevin Chambers, Helen DeRamus,
Gina Hurry, Holly Irwin & Kristopher Meadows.
Smile: A show where all the art makes you smile. That’s all.
Breaking the Rules: featuring dk Gallery abstract artists, Clara Blalock, Elizabeth Chapman, Helen DeRamus,
Gina Hurry, Lorra Kurtz, Karen Laborde, Barbara Nerenz-Kelley, and Jennifer Rivera.
Art Talk with Joe Thomas, Cubism and the Not-So-Revolutionary Roots of Abstraction?: Have you ever wondered where abstract art came from? Or been skeptical about its purpose or value? This illustrated lecture shows how abstraction evolved naturally from representational art by briefly examining its progenitors (Impressionism and Post-Impressionism) and then using early twentieth-century Cubism as a vehicle to demonstrate the esthetics and logic of abstract art.
2015 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Decorators Show House & Gardens, opens this Saturday. We are honored to provide art for 5 of Atlanta’s most talented interior designers: Ann Wisniewski of AJW Designs Inc., Beth Kooby Designs, Kirkland and King Design Associates, Loren Taylor Interior Design, and Nina Nash of Matthews Furniture
You will enjoy art from dk artists: Julia Burns, Kevin Chambers, Elizabeth Chapman, Helen DeRamus, Gina Hurry, Holly Irwin, Karen Laborde, Kristopher Meadows, and Jennifer Rivera.
Walk On: a mother and daughter show featuring Susan Easton Burns and Julia Burns.
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!: a landscape and cityscape show featuring Elizabeth Chapman,
Helen DeRamus, Steve Dininno, Terrence Gasca, Ana Guzman, Jodie Hutchen,
Shellie Lewis-Dambax, Roos Schuring, and Dirk Walker.
Farm to Table: A landscape and still life show featuring artists Michael Brennan,
Susan Easton Burns, Robin Cheers, Heather Foster, Cecilia Haught, Spencer Herr,
Jodie Hutchens, Holly Irwin, Lorra Kurtz, and David Wendel.
About Face: A portraiture show exploring the change in direction or attitude of traditional portraiture throughout history to the fresh, contemporary styles of today.
Pretty in Pink: Our favorite color is Pink. End of story.
Once Upon a Time: An imaginative show exploring story-telling and narrative in art.
Featuring Jeanie Tomanek and Ginger Birdsey, also with Barbara Olsen.
Mademoiselle: A Holly Irwin solo show featuring a new series of figure paintings inspired by the life & work of Coco Chanel.
White Christmas: Holidays at dk Gallery and small works.