Artists and Craftspeople | Atlanta, Georgia
Artists and Craftspeople in Atlanta, Georgia, includes art galleries, artists, artist-in-residence programs, murals, photography, pottery, metalworking and other fine arts and crafts. Discover Atlanta's arts and crafts resources for yourself and share your experiences with others. Use the “Leave a Comment” box below each listing to add information, update, or ask questions about Georgia Artists and Craftspeople or any other website content.
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Atlanta, GA, Art Galleries
Located in West Buckhead Village, The Art House Gallery showcases contemporary art, glass, wood, fiber, metal, folk art and jewelry.
Atlanta, Georgia, Artists and Craftspeople - Art Galleries
Atlanta, GA, Museums, Performing Arts, Symphonies
The Woodruff Arts Center includes the Alliance Theatre, High Museum of Art, Young Audiences, 14th Street Playhouse and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
The Atlanta Artists Center is a dynamic, growing organization of artists and those who enjoy and support the visual arts. With more than 430 members across metro Atlanta, AAC is the oldest, largest and one of the most active non-government-supported organizations of artists in the Southeast.
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Art & Soul Pottery Studio is a paint-you-own pottery studio, great for young and old alike.
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Thriving as a busy, non-profit community art center, Callanwolde offers classes and workshops for all ages in visual, literary and performing art. Special performances, gallery exhibitions, outreach programs, and fund-raising galas are presented throughout the year.
Home of the biggest three galleries under one roof!
Historic Venue/gallery space in Atlanta!
Artists contact Jill Kettles. For events contact Michelle Davidson.
Established in 1998, Eyedrum is a non-profit organization developing an interdisciplinary approach to the arts by incorporating a wide range of contemporary art, music and new media in its gallery space. Eyedrum is centrally located at 290 MLK Jr. Drive SE, walking distance from the hottest new loft districts in Atlanta and historic Oakland Cemetery.
The Frabel Glass Art Studio was founded in 1968 by Hans Godo Frabel and is widely considered to be the first glass art studio completely focused on creating glass art sculptures out of boron crystal. Some of the world’s most outstanding glass artists are collectively creating the most incredible works of glass art in the Frabel Studio in Atlanta.
The Madison Gallery is the premier source in the Southeast for fine 19th-and early 20th-century European, British and American oil paintings, watercolors and sculptures. The gallery stands on the premise that fine art should be available to the novice as well as the seasoned collector.
This contemporary gallery features a wide range of art, craft and well-designed and handmade objects by American artists working in clay, fiber, metal, glass, wood and mixed media, as well as exhibitions by well-known and nationally craft artists. The Gallery is a haven for collectors and newcomers alike.
Spalding Nix Fine Art & Antiques specializes in the sale of fine paintings from the 17th century through the early 20th century and important period French furniture from the 18th century.
Vespermann Glass Studio, Inc. is one of the premier glass companies in America. We pride ourselves on the commitment to two distinct missions in providing art glass to our patrons. First Vespermann Glass Gallery is the only one in Atlanta completely devoted to art glass. Second, the gallery’s founder Serada Vespermann, designs stained glass commissions and corporate awards for individuals and businesses all over the United States.
VSA arts of Georgia provides access to the arts for people with disabilities and those with low income. We are a statewide resource working with artists and organizations to fulfill our vision of an inclusive community that encourages everyone to enjoy and participate in the arts.
The mission of Work of Our Hands is to support and conduct art education programs and training in the arts at two inner city location; to conduct mini folk school workshops and retreats; to encourage and support the creation of unique art, folk art and crafts; and to make this work available to the public so as to encourage ownership and appreciation of the arts and provide income for the artists.