Jewelry and Metal Student Work Sale

Handmade art and bake sale from the members of Phi Beta Heata.

Whether you are shopping for yourself or for a loved one, this holiday season you are sure to find something beautiful amongst the handmade creations from students in the jewelry & metals area. Make your holiday special. Shop local. Shop handmade.*cards, cash and checks accepted. Sale begins at Lamar Dodd School of Art, Monday, December 1-2  from 10:00 am til 5:00 pm and continues at the Tate Center, Wednesday, December 3 & 4 from 10:00 am til 5:00 pm.  

Margaret Morrison Featured in Old Tat Magazine

Margaret Morrison's larger than life compelling imagery of sweets has the onlooker dazzled...

However her candy tales are tantalizing on more levels than taste, going deeper than the eye can see, suggesting hidden meaning and storytelling. She has been represented by ‘Woodward Gallery’ for over twenty years. Margaret also paints surreal portraits of stunning old tat that speak to her, urging her to paint them huge canvases in wonderful colors. (Read more)

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Glass Gallery presents an exhibition of work by graduate students from Georgia State University's Welch School of Art & Design. 

Graduate students in the painting department at the Dodd present an exhibition of work by graduate students at Georgia State University's Welch School of Art & Design. The Glass gallery is located in the painting department. A reception for the exhibition will be held on Friday January 30, from 6-8pm. 

Margaret Morrison Painting Featured at the US Embassy Tel Aviv

Margaret Morrison's painting

"Cat's Eyes"


Oil on Canvas 48" x  90"

In December, 2011,  Margaret was contacted by Camille Benton, the Curator for the Art in Embassies Program run through the US Department of State.  The newly appointed US Ambassador to Israel, Daniel Shapiro, personally requested to have her work, "Cat's Eyes," hang in the official US embassy residence in Tel Aviv.

Recently, Julie Fisher, the ambassador's wife, wrote to thank Margaret for the painting and sent the pictures.  This is a quote from her letter:

Benjamin Britton work reviewed in Art in America Review

"Your apprehension is Noted" an exhibition by Britton at the Marcia Wood Gallery was recently featured in the magazine "Art in America."

Britton's exhibition was reviewed by Stephanie Cash who has almost 20 years’ of experience at Art in America magazine, and most recently has been a visual arts reviewer and journalist for Atlanta-based online publication as well as Modern Painters, and she's also the Editor of Burnaway.


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