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 Midtown that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
Sarah Koskovich and Kelly Sistrunk
We have been best friends since 4th grade-almost 30 years! As children growing up in the rural farming community of Clermont, Georgia, we spent our days roaming the woods and pastures of our family’s farms. We were always on the hunt for something to bring back (foraging before it became the buzz word it is today.) Read more>>
When it came time for me to decide my future career, I could only picture myself doing something creative, so I took the risk and decided to go to an art school. Since then I have been excelling in my studies, I recently graduated from SCAD with my BFA in Motion Media Design, and now I am continuing my studies in the hopes of getting my MFA. Read more>>
My passion for entertainment news fueled my success, which allowed me to appear in several top entertainment publications, television series and a plethora of red-carpet events. My passion to penetrate the entertainment news world materialized tremendously when I created the now infamous TSL Exclusives. Read more>>
Sarai and Charnele met working together in the food industry and discovered their mutual love for photography. After multiple photography collaborations, they decided to form a creative collective. Since 2017, they have cultivated their skills in photography and creative direction. Read more>>
I have always been an outdoor enthusiast, but in college I started experimenting with using nature as inspiration for my design work. I learned the more I related design to the things that I loved the most, the better my design would become. Read more>>
Somewhere along the way, I saw that being a full-time fine artist was going to force my practice to serve the market. I decided to attend the Portfolio Center for design so I could pay the bills while having the freedom to experiment within my work. Read more>>
Isaac Hernandez and Issy Cartel
I used to be discouraged but now I am confident! I used to be homeless for 6 months & now I have my own place after a year! I put that message out. The reason why I do music is because music is manipulation! People manipulate people through music! Read more>>
I continue to think positive and speak things into existence in a positive way. I bring positive energy in my quest to conquer my dreams irrespective of my past, struggles and failures. Who knew a confused and lost little foster child from West Virginia could make it this far. I may not have known then but I most certainly know now. Read more>>
I have always had a great interest in photographing people and events, which lead to acquiring skills in various genres of photography after getting married and starting a family my perspective on Legacy changed which influenced the naming of my company Visions of Legacy LLC. Read more>>
Tokaro’s main focus is to achieve his dreams while also helping others and making sure his family is well taking care of as well as his artist and friends in which are all a part of this long journey and his not alone, it’s just the beginning. Read more>>