Thank you to our Artist Selection Panel in 2020 for reviewing the artist applications and making the difficult decision to choose our 2020 artists! We appreciate you, Sharon Dennehy of Notch 8 Gallery, Mark Karelson of Mason Fine Art, and Spalding Nix of Spalding Nix Fine Art! And a huge thanks to Melvin Todd of the Loveless Society for creating an inspiring video featuring our artists and their creations!
Charity Hamidullah beautified the traffic signal box at the corner of Piedmont Rd & Monroe Dr at the Chevron at Ansley Mall.
Angie Jerez added her "Small Bird, Big Nest" across from Fire Station 29 near Cirque Daiquiri Bar on Monroe Dr. at the intersection with the I-85 Access Rd.
Emma Menzies, as a high school junior, painted a large-scale, detailed mural on a fence along the Beltline! Read more in this interview here from Atlanta Public School.
Marge painted several sections on Wimbledon near Grindhouse Killer Burgers and the BP Station on Piedmont Ave. These beautiful geometric patterns brighten up this area!
Traffic signal box art was added by Lauren Pallotta Stumberg/ThinkGreatly at the intersection of Monroe Drive and Montgomery Ferry Drive and the intersection of Monroe Drive and Armour Drive. Made possible by a Neighborhood Arts Grant from the City of Atlanta Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs (2018).
Peter Ferrari and William Mize created this mural in the Armour community on the back of the building that contains Stanton Law, behind Mayson Chapel Baptist Church.
Beltline art mural by Benjamin Janik on the Atlanta Beltline under the Montgomery Ferry bridge between Ansley Golf Course and Flagler Avenue.