Entries by ginny

Annual Sale at The Lamp Shoppe

The Lamp Shoppe is Atlanta’s ultimate source for fine antique, vintage, and contemporary lighting including chandeliers, lamps, sconces, shades and accessories. Whether you’re restoring a family heirloom, purchasing a lamp or designing a family heirloom, purchasing a lamp or designing traditional or contemporary lighting for an entire house retail or to-the-trade, our staff will be happy to make it a reality. […]

Lagerquist Gallery: A Longing For Home

“A Longing For Home” New work by Kathy Odom & Terry Lynn celebrating the traditions of the American South Opening Reception Friday, November 10th 6pm – 8pm Exhibition on Display November 10th – 27th   Lagerquist Gallery 690 Miami Circle NE #125 Atlanta, GA 30324 www.lagerquistgallery.net

Henry Callahan Exhibition at Reinike Gallery

Opening Reception Friday, October 27th 6-9pm The Henry Callahan exhibition runs October 27th thru November 10th Henry Callahan fills his canvases with color and emotion. The works are frequently quite large and create a dramatic statement in the areas where they are displayed. Reinike Gallery Inc. 761-C Miami Circle Atlanta, GA 30324 404 • 364 […]

B. Viz Pillow Collection & Gramercy Atelier Trunk Show at Foxglove Antiques

Join us October 9th & 10th to meet Rebecca Vizard and review her newest collection of coveted pillow creations and consult with Maria Pucci, Creative Director of Gramercy Atelier to design your true bespoke outfit. Foxglove Antiques & Galleries 699 Miami Circle Atlanta, GA 30324 404.233.0222 info@foxgloveantiques.com B. Viz Collection-Antique Textile Pillows Innovative creations made from […]

Art Opening Reception at Bill Lowe Gallery

Featuring new works from Mozambican artist Ilídio Candja Candja and Portuguese artist Mario Henrique. No Borders: Another Page Sem Fronteiras: Outra página Opening Reception: Friday, October 20th 6-9pm Just a sample of the work: Bill Lowe Gallery 764 Miami Circle Suite 210 Atlanta, GA, 30324

Harold Kraus Exhibition at Lagerquist Gallery

Opening Reception Friday, October 13; 6 – 8 pm Exhibition Dates: October 13 – 31, 2017 LAGERQUIST GALLERY 690 Miami Circle #125 Atlanta, GA 30324   About the Artist: Harold Kraus has been painting on and off most of his life, but didn’t have any formal training until college at Lipscomb University (Nashville). He was […]

An Evening at The Gables Antiques

An Evening Surrounded by Beautiful Things! Enjoy an evening at The Gables Antiques to showcase contemporary art and pottery by Paige Kalena Follman and rugged elegant jewelry from S. Carter Designs and all the while surrounded by stunning French antiques. Thursday, October 5th 5pm – 8:30pm at The Gables Antiques 711 Miami Circle Atlanta, GA 404-231-0734 […]

Stand Out in a Sea of Sameness with J. Tribble Cabinets

Tired of seeing the same designs in all the stores? Longing for a one-of-a-kind piece to make a statement?   In addition to their Signature Sink Bases and custom cabinetry, J. Tribble have received a new shipment of European antiques to be sold as is or they can convert to truly unique sink bases. Most of […]

Art Exhibition at Pryor Fine Art

Exhibition of new work by Steve Seinberg and Felice Sharp September 21 thru October 19, 2017 Opening Reception: Thursday, September 21st 6-8pm Pryor Fine Art 764 Miami Circle, Suite 132 Atlanta, Georgia 30324 404-352-8775 www.pryorfineart.com

Atlanta Photographic Society Exhibition at Artists Atelier

The Atlanta Photographic Society Theme Exhibition A themed group of works at the Artists Atelier by 11 members of the Atlanta Photographic Society in conjunction with the city-wide Atlanta Celebrates Photography Meet the Artists Reception: Saturday, September 16, 2017 12pm – 4pm Light refreshments served In conjunction with the monthly Art Stroll on Miami Circle […]

New Work from Eric Abrecht at Pryor Fine Art

Pryor Fine Art has received stunning new work from Eric Abrecht. Maryland artist, Abrecht works conceptually, drawing from life experiences, and allows the subject of each painting to evolve as he works the canvas. Rather than titling each piece, Abrecht gives more open titles for the work. “This allows the viewer to apply their own […]