Alison Hamil, artist in residence at Blue Heron Nature Preservein Buckhead, opens a new exhibit on Saturday (September 12). The untitled show, in the indoor gallery, challenges traditional methods of watercolor painting with the use of digital media and a large-format inkjet printer. The mandala-like designs explore the seven chakras, a spiritual concept rooted in ancient Eastern spiritual philosophies. Through December 7. Viewable by appointment only. 4055 Roswell Road N.E. 404.946.6394.
Camuyahs reopens Saturday (September 12) with a solo show by interdisciplinary Athens artist Mac Balentine. His Chronos Eats Childrenexhibit uses watercolor, sculpture and video to expand the narrative of classical mythology’s Titan ruler Chronos. Balentine was born in Atlanta in 1989, has a B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute and is an M.F.A. candidate in studio art the University of Georgia. The only remaining opening-day appointment is at 5:30 p.m.; Sunday appointments available 2-5 p.m. Reservations and masks required. Limit of two people in the gallery at one time. Canned beer and wine will be available Saturday, and Balentine will greet visitors outside. Through mid-October. 137 Mobile Ave. N.E.Email [email protected] for more details.
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