ROOTS: Underground or in our heads but most certainly, on the wall.

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ROOTS: Underground or in our heads but most certainly, on the wall.

Time: February 27, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Blue Mark Studios Gallery
Street: 892 Jefferson Street,
City/Town: Atlanta GA 30318
Website or Map: http://bluemarkstudios.com/
Phone: 678-786- 9490
Event Type: art, exhibit, opening
Organized By: Barbara Rehg, Corlia Kock, Bryan Seay
Latest Activity: Feb 19, 2014

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

CONTACT:

Bryan Seay, Gallery Owner

Blue Mark Studios

892 Jefferson St., NW

Atlanta, GA 30318

1.404.310.1269

bryan@bluemarkstudios.com

" ROOTS: Underground or in our heads but most certainly, on the wall."

Opens February 13, 2014 at Blue Mark Studios

West Midtown Atlanta art gallery, Blue Mark Studios celebrates the winter with the opening of an exhibit featuring the work

of the Women's Caucus For Art of Georgia (WCAGA) Members.

The WCAGA will be presenting its first exhibition together at Blue Mark Studios on Thursday, February 13, 2014 from

7:00pm to 9:00pm in the Blue Mark Studios Gallery. WCAGA members are a dedicated and talented group of women

artists who create with a wide range of medias, portraying many different concepts in their work.

We have our roots in our genetic makeup, in historical stories, in past cultures by evolution and

mutation, by education and experience. This WCAGA members’ exhibit is a sampling of the

many ways one can view this concept.

Exhibiting Artists include: Ginger Birdsey, Jeannine Cook, Karen Cohen, Angie Dachs,

Maggie Davis, Helen DeRamus, Sally Wansboro Eppstein, Jes Belkov Gordon, Gwen Gunter, Lucy

Hale, Linda Hudgins, Dory Ingram, Corlia Kock, Kate Lehman Landishaw, Kathy Meliopoulos,

Barbara Orisich, Marlene Puca, Barbara Rehg, Ann Rhodes, Ann Rowles, Marjett Schille, Ashley

Schick, Edna Lori Shipp, Aviva Stern, Anita Stewart, Patty Weisman.

For additional information about WCAGA, this exhibit or the artists, please visit: http://www.wcaga.org/

Regular Gallery Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1:00PM to 7:00PM or by appointment.

About Blue Mark Studios

Blue Mark Studios, with its historic interiors and inspiration-infused atmosphere, is one of Atlanta’s premier artists’ cooperatives, gallery and special event venues. The grand opening celebration held February 21, 2009, allowed resident artists and hundreds of guests to experience an extraordinary Atlanta artist collaboration. Serving as a regional art centre and cultural attraction dedicated to the encouragement of the collaboration of those with different artistic talents; we celebrate artistic excellence in the arts through exhibitions and performances.

Blue Mark Studios hosts many events within its doors, including weddings, receptions, album release parties, movie screenings, corporate events, seminars, classes, fundraisers and personal celebrations of all kinds. At Blue Mark Studios our passion is innovation and creativity.

Website: www.bluemarkstudios.com

 

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