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 never considered myself an artist. As a kid I absolutely hated arts and crafts. Nothings sounded worse to me then having to color or cut and paste some stuff together. I hated it. I did though like being with my friends and creating things. Read more>>
My MOON creations are all formulated with nature in mind, and contain mostly organic ingredients, always from nature, and always tested for effectiveness. My company is truly heart centered and health driven. Read more>>
I have taught in Brittany for a RID sponsored summer program in Pont Aven, ACA merged with SCAD-Atlanta in 2006, and I am currently Associate Chair of Painting. I have always been a practicing artist, and have exhibited my work widely in the United States, Europe and Asia. Read more>>
With Pianos for Peace, I was able to give back to my community while doing what I love most, creating art. Since 2016, I have participated in the annual festival where local artists create artistic designs on pianos that are distributed across the city of Atlanta with a message of peace. Read more>>
At 16, I moved away from home to Napa, California to attend an art boarding school. There I learned about the truth and trials of existentialism which still heavily influences my art today. Read more>>
Ronnie is self-taught and has exhibited extensively in the Southeastern United States. Since relocating to Atlanta, he works under the brand name aRtBeets with shows throughout the city. His work hangs in private collections across the United States and extends to collectors in Australia and the Philippines. Read more>>
I had no intention of becoming an artist when I grew up. I actually didn’t have any long-term ambitions until I decided to pursue art full-time. I was always just content with drawing as a hobby. I did it nearly every day, and was usually considered the “artistic” one in my class. Read more>>
I have been the choreographer for Dad’s Garage Theatre Company for the last 3 years, and freelance choreograph and teach as much as I can. I specialize in contemporary and musical theatre choreography as well as improvisation. Read more>>
I started taking classes in Fine Art and was introduced to the aura and authenticity that painting holds, and there was no turning back. I transferred to the Savannah College of Art and Design where I received a BFA and MFA in painting. Read more>>
I had been drawing ever since I could remember. All of the tv shows and movies I watched inspired me. When I was in school, the margins of my notes were filled with hundreds of doodles. With the internet, I was able to learn even more. Read more>>