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Thought-Provokers: Marietta

Atlanta has always had an artistic soul.  The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community.  Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive.  Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Marietta that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Anna Norman

I have always had a passion for telling stories—whether that be through writing, photography, or artwork—but it wasn’t until I found film that I discovered a way I could truly tell stories the way that I always wanted to. Verbally and visually. Read more>>

Akil Shaw

I draw my inspiration from my actual life. I use my music to portray my life the most truthful way that I can. I focus on putting music out that is relative to my personal views on life that I have developed from my own experiences. Read more>>

Wanda Couch

Sometimes I wish that Grace’s Garden happened earlier in my life, but I think I appreciate and cherish it so much more now. It is a sweet reminder that you are never too old to start something new. It has opened up new friendships and relationships that I will always treasure, along with the family and friends that have been there for me from the beginning. Read more>>

Antonio Waelker

Once I was done with school, my mind was literally just focused on getting full-time in Accounting. Not knowing how hard it was, I was stressed out searching for months contemplating if I even wanted to do accounting knowing that I really haven’t even started yet. Read more>>

Kimberly Johns

My love for makeup artistry and the beauty world runs much deeper than what meets the eye… I started my business as a creative outlet. For me, makeup is therapy. #makeuptherapy It is my happy place where I find peace. Read more>>

Timothy McGuire

I hope people can take away pure beauty and professionalism from my work and be inspired to create and never limit themselves. One thing I do want people to know and take away from my art and this interview is that you must put in work and stay consistent to get results. Read more>>

Darren Onyirimba

Through contact with clients that people can experience Christ for themselves through my actions and words. That when people see me it’s not me, but it’s Christ working through me and through that, creating a zone where we can comfortably share what we may be going through and how it can be encouraged. Read more>>

Jose Navarro

I depict truth in my screenplays. My hopes are that after watching one of my films, you feel something you didn’t expect to feel. I hope that the film makes you question things, and discuss uncomfortable realities that the characters of that movie placed in front of you. Read more>>

Shon Fullwood

All day I think what could I do to transform something simple into something memorable. My customers definitely challenge me to step outside the box and create something they’ve never seen before. My art will be around forever, and that is what inspires me the most. Read more>>

Tori Raymond

I get inspiration from art and nature.I guess you can say my style of haircuts range from messy beach bum, shattered bed head, lots of texture and retro/vintage. I don’t like clean straight hair; I love hair that has movement, texture, and shape. Read more>>

Session Street Productions

The story of Session Street Productions is really the story of the four of us. Trey Williamson, William Landrum, Jacob Woodard and myself, Miles Landrum, all basically grew up together in Adairsville, Georgia. We supported one another in our own creative endeavors and in general, were around for one another’s biggest early successes and failures. Read more>>

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