Thrilled to see my interview in VoyageATL, an online publication. as an inspiring story from Midtown Atlanta:
Sandra, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I began to sew as a kid and in high school, I did costumes for theatre productions. In art classes, I was encouraged to apply to art school and I did go to Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. My idea of a career as an artist, as a newly married woman…
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Solo show at Sandler Hudson Gallery opens on Friday December 16 from 7 - 9 p.m. The gallery is located at 1000 Marietta St, Suite 116. Everyone is invited.
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I will be teaching an art camp at the Callanwolde this summer for one week and one week only, June 27-July 1! (There are other dates available, but this is the only date I will be teaching.) I will be one of several teachers your child will rotate…Continue
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My blog posts about "Art that Stands the Test of Time" and many others are posted at: http://jeanninecook.com/blog/.
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My Chinese artist, University professor. arrives tomorrow for her exhibition in Tryon.
We want to come and visit WCAGA while she is here.
What is happening between June 26 and July 22?
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Studio now at the Goat Farm ER11. For studio visit pm on FB.
Visit website for latest work: maggiedavisart.com
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"The Forest", Solo Exhibition, Colquitt County Arts Center, Ga. March 8-May 30, 201
Amateras Annual Paper Art Exhibition, Sofia, Bulgaria, April 30-May 30, 2014
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Cecelia Kane and I both have work in the current exhibit at ATHICA! We will be talking on March 2, the last day of the show!
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Opening Reception January 21, 7 - 8:30 pm
Exhibition runs January 21 - February 8, 2014
Valdosta State University
Fine Arts Gallery
1500 N. Patterson St.
Valdosta, GA 31698-0110
For hours gallery will be open, call: 229-333-5835
If you're in the area, stop in and see this national juried exhibition. I have two pieces in the show.
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I blogged about the reviews on 18th December 2013 at http://jeanninecook.blogspot.com/ .
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It is always a pleasure to step into someone's studio, see their work, and hear about what goes on in their heads when they are creating. How lucky we are in the Atlanta area to have so many creative women who make visual art! Here is my interview with Jes Gordon, who is a member of WCAGA and has her studio at Sycamore Place Gallery in Decatur!…Continue
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As a visual artist married to a scientist, I have the opportunity to see how the two merge and create a new entity. In recent years, Nancy Lowe, also a visual artist and one who is fascinated by science, has been exploring the "symbiotic" relationship of the two areas. Her explorations…Continue
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It was delightful talking with Callahan about her current work, now being displayed at the Sight and Sound Gallery in the Studioplex in the Old Fourth Ward. Be sure to see her exhibit before it comes down June 28, 2013, and take a look at my interview with her on my blog, Coffee With…Continue
The Kudzu Open Juried Exhibit deadline is 2 days away.
You can enter 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional media for this exhibit. All artwork must be original. Artwork must have been completed within the last 2 years. Work done in a workshop or under classroom supervision is not permitted.
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