New Faces, New Art

An artful evening on Marietta Square.

I had the pleasure of meeting several new artists at the last Art Walk at Marietta Square. I love all of the new artwork they’re showing at the Art Forum!

Karen Snider showing her oil paintings outside the Art Forum at DuPre’s Antique Market during the Art Walk.

Dominique Chaponot with her incredible composite digital images.

Arch Middleton has added several new colorful paintings to his booth at the Art Forum.

Rosina Reiser-Jedrusik shares her beautiful artwork.

Michael Turner shows his photography in the Whitlock Gallery, located behind the Art Forum.

Join us for the next First Friday Art Walk, July 6 from 5pm-9pm.

Shelley M. House and Blake Wright play music outside the Art Forum.

Art Around Every Corner of Marietta Square

My jaw dropped when I walked around the corner of Cherokee at Marietta Square this afternoon.

Brian is painting this humongous backdrop for Fiddler on the Roof  at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre next week.

Wet paint rocks!

With inspiration around every corner, Marietta Square is the place for artists to be!

The Magic of Art on Marietta Square

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, the art scene at Marietta Square is growing rapidly. With the outdoor markets coming to a close, I’ve had a few minutes to reflect on what a magical year it’s been. I am thankful for all of the new people I’ve met, and for finding a place where artists can thrive.

The morning was chilly for the November Artists Market, but that didn’t stop these friendly artists from coming out to Mill Street to share their wonderful creations.

Austin Cox with his painting "Blue Point." See more of his work at http://www.Artbreak.com/AustinCox.

Dianne Renee (right) with Happy Quilts creates clothes and blankets with 100% recycled wool.

Jack LeGrange, Shelley House, Jana Elliott, and Rebecca Richmond representing The Art Forum at DuPre's Antique Market.

A colorful display at the DuPre's tent.

Mill Street comes alive on market day.

Another early-morning view down Mill Street. Look for us again in April!

 

Art Opening at Michael Turner Studio

The Michael Turner Studio is a fabulous new addition to Historic Marietta Square’s “Red Door District.” I had a great time meeting the artists last night in this old warehouse space behind the Art Forum at DuPre’s Antique Market.

Larry Wilson with his black and white photography.

Thing on the wall.

Another thing on the wall. Old warehouses are cool!

Ilia Varcev returned to Prague after escaping 25 years ago, and photographed this view from his childhood room.

Michael Vinnette with his scuplture.

Michael Vinnette creates wonderful figure drawings, too.

Yves Clement is a prolific French painter who works on brown paper grocery bags.

David Mendoza has a great story behind this piece, "My Cup Was Runneth Over."

I love this photo by Michael Turner of a Georgia swamp.

Michael will keep his gallery open late on Friday nights through the holiday season.

Art Lights Up the Night at Marietta Square’s September Art Walk

It was a lovely night to visit the First Friday Art Walk at Marietta Square. I started my evening outside Marietta Wine Market, playing some fiddle and displaying art along with Robert East and Irene Bernhardt, both with the Art Forum at DuPre’s Antique Market.

Shelley M. House, Robert East and Irene Bernhardt outside Marietta Wine Market.

As the sun went down, the windows along the Square came alive with color.

The Art Forum at DuPre's Antique Market hosts Artists Alley.

Gene Bradley's Secret Garden at Theatre in the Square looks pretty at night.

Follow the signs -- There's always more to see at the Art Walk.

Paint the Town is a colorful treat.

It's a celebration at 2 Rules Fine Art!

I’m so glad I had a chance to visit 2 Rules Fine Art for their grand opening celebration. I immediately fell in love with Kay Vinson’s mixed media pieces, which included phone book and dictionary pages. Stephanie Rond also had some wonderfully creative work with book pages. The entire gallery is a delight, all the way back to the far wall, where I found the incredible relief prints by Hannah Skoonbers.

Mark your calendars now for the last Art Walk of the year, on October 7th. See you there!

It’s Hip to be Square

The Art Forum’s own Irene Bernhardt and Kee Carlisle got to show off their art recently in a series of clips on Fox 5 News about Marietta Square. Watch to hear more about the Arts Renaissance here in Historic Downtown Marietta.

The artists are in the 3rd segment, so click on the image, go grab a cup of coffee and enjoy.

Diehard Art Lovers Flock to Marietta’s Art Walk

Hanging out at Marietta Wine Market.

The summer heat didn’t stop area art lovers from enjoying an evening at Marietta Square for the First Friday Art Walk.

The trolley is a fun way to get around the Square.

Artists' Alley at DuPre's -- A hip place to chill out.

The Art Forum at DuPre's Antique Market always has a great collection of art on display.

Rebecca Drummond showing her art at Go Fish.

Checking out the spread at dk Gallery. I love this cow painting!

There's always more to discover at the First Friday Art Walk.

Mark your calendars for the next Art Walk, September 2nd, 2011.

The Streets Are Alive: Art Walk in Marietta

The folks are friendly and the art is hot at the First Friday Art Walk on Marietta Square. An artful time was had by all last night.

Live portrait art -- How cool is that!?

Phillip and Mandie outside The Studio.

Jammin' at the Wine Market.

Walk this way!

Art Walk Tonight at Marietta Square

Strawberries and wine,
The evening is fine
For an artful walk
On the Square.

Enjoy art, music, wine and hors d’oeuvres tonight, July 1st at the First Friday Art Walk on Marietta Square, 5-9pm. Visit the Art Forum at DuPre’s Antique Market to see Artists Alley, an intimate exhibit of juried local artists showing a wide variety of styles. Then venture out to see the rest of the fabulous artists on the Square.

Walk the Walk — Art at Marietta Square

Join us this Friday, June 3 for the First Friday Art Walk at Marietta Square, 5-9pm. The Art Forum at DuPre’s Antique Market will host Artists Alley, an intimate exhibit of juried local artists showing a wide variety of styles. The Art Forum is also excited to have several new artists on permanent display. Come by and see what all the talk is about!

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