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.
I’ve lived in Atlanta my whole life and spent most weekends in Alabama with my family. They would hunt, fish, and do classically southern/stereotypically heterosexual things and I would comb through my mom’s extensive CD collection and choreograph dances to LeAnn Rimes and the Dixie Chicks. Read more>>
Fiddlin’ Faye Petre
Full-time performer, musician, model, farmer, songstress, trouble rouster and gypsy of my generation. I was home-grown on a little farm in North Carolina. I started playing bluegrass and a little classical when I was about 12. I played for a couple of years and set it down to live another life for a few years… Read more>>
I moved originally for a client who played for the Falcons. Me and my $200 been on the grind and hustle since. I’ve met worked and kept some of greatest clients. My goal is to have my own location, but as of now, I serve my clients by being super convenient as possible and going to where ever they need me. Read more>>
I started Tim Green Designs in 2000 after working for a few other designers. My design philosophy is, it is not my job to impose my personal style on a client but to take their personal style to a level, they couldn’t have gone with it me. I love what I do, and I think it reflects in my Designs. Read more>>
I’ve been working to meld all of my interests into passion projects I can really get excited about. I haven’t always had the time or money to really dive in as much as I want, so I’m hoping now that I’m a (mostly) financially stable working adult I can take my craft to the next level. Read more>>
All in all, the places and people I’ve been able to work with have shaped the way I approach things creatively. I love working with a client and figuring out what their story is, what makes them unique, and how we can share that with the world. With tools for collaboration and platforms for sharing work. Read more>>
This duality is reminiscent of how we experience memory. Something feels familiar but is ultimately inaccessible in its entirety. This experience is a shared experience among all people, and I believe in creating with the hope to reveal how much our lived experience and art are connected. Read more>>
I take architecture, landscape, travel, and portrait photographs – the people and places that inspire me. I want to show people different views of the things they’ve always seen, to share the way I see the world. I want to inspire people to see the beauty in everything around them that might often be overlooked. Read more>>
Abigail Chase Miller
My concept has extended further on how we numb out as an American society in more ways than what we eat, it relates to our everyday hobbies, obsession, stresses and the propaganda we are exposed to. Anxiety surrounds all of us. This is where my uneasiness has been coming from for years. This societal brainwash is something I felt the need to address in my artwork. Read more>>
I try my best to blending Vietnamese culture to American culture. I was successful when I have painted about my hometown. People love my paintings, and they buy them. When I was young, I didn’t think I can sell my paintings, but people love them. Why not? and I sold almost ten paintings since I have been to the U.S. I am alone in the U.S. Read more>>