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 Norcross that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
It also taught me that my potential was essentially limited only by the limits I put on myself. I was the first Camp Champion and dubbed Squatch Matrix up there, and the experience has taught me how to push past physical, mental, and emotional limitations to further my goals. Read more>>
I decided to take my talents south, to Atlanta, Georgia for the pursuit of a larger career in the music industry. After being here for 22 years, I’ve encountered many great creatives and have had the pleasure to be a part of many great opportunities that I don’t think I would’ve had in Pittsburgh at the time. Read more>>
I come from a family of architects and painters. All of the males on my mother’s side of the family were architects, and the females were painters. We have painters in our family dating back to the 14th century. My grandfather didn’t have any sons. I remember my mother attending the University of Louisville’s art program as a child. She was constantly painting and drawing. Read more>>
I’m inspired by my surroundings, certain things I see, experience and think can get the creative process flowing for me. Once I’m inspired I go into my steps of building the project. This includes creating mood boards, location scouting, finding the model to shoot, styling, etc. I created my brand Check Your Ingredients to serve as my why. I was looking to be more self-aware of everything around me and how it affects me. Read more>>
I found my love for drawing, whenever id get put on punishment, or id get bored is spend hours just looking up images online and redrawing my favorite characters. After a while, that interest turned into me drawing my own characters and learning the actual art of cartooning from scratch. Once I got to college, I got really into illustration, and ironically I always said id never be a painter. Read more>>
Hylyda released his first album in 2017 Righteous King, in all online stores. Music is an art. Hylyda’s music is very versatile, basically represents life. Life has so many different identities and personal definitions he strives to conquer them all. Therefore, this method makes him relative to everyone and also keeps him being true to himself. He is here to tell his story and yours. Read more>>
Two years ago, after being a stay at home mom for five years and at the time having a 5-year-old and twin 2-year-olds and living in a new location. I realized I lost myself. I lost my excitement for life. I lost my creativity. I was just operating and taking care of my children, mostly the twins. I needed to find me again, to meet new people to get out of the house. That is when Chloe + Isabel found me. Read more>>
I’ve always had an interest for photography, just didn’t have the equipment to take it seriously. I’d snapshot with my iPhone and try to capture things that caught my eye, but other than that, it didn’t go any further. As my job transitioned and traveling slowed down, I decided to buy a DSLR to see where it would take me. Read more>>
When I started taking photos it was just a hobby. I would capture things like flowers, architecture, landscapes, and whatever else stood out to me. Eventually, people started to notice my work online and a local artist asked me to take photos for his mixtape cover. I actually didn’t really like taking photos of people, but I decided to do it anyway and ended up liking it a lot more than I thought I would. Read more>>
Photography has always been a part of me. At one point, I was the one that loved being in front of the camera but not anymore. I remember always getting a disposable camera as a gift, who remembers those? Oh my, those were my favorite I would get so excited when it was time to go develop them. Read more>>