Exhibitions: current { past { future

Table of the Fallen, oil on panel, 38.5" h x 50.5" w, by EK Huckaby, 2013

Tenterhooks, acrylic on panel, 48" round, by Sharon Shapiro, 2013


This Interim Moment (detail), archival pigment on paper, 12' h x 34"w., by Nancy VanDevender, 2013

LP Grant House, mixed media on paper, 8' h x 10" w., by Jon Ciliberto, 2013


Woodpile (2013), field recording, Pd patch, historical documents, by Al Matthews, 2013

Homecoming Queen, by Sharon Shapiro, 2013

Aim, Be Kind, Burning, Spitfire, graphite on paper mounted to canvas, by Sharon Shapiro, 2013; Distant Relations, This Interim Moment, archival pigments on paper, 12' h x 34" w. each, by Nancy VanDevender, 2013

The Atlanta Preservation Center
327 St.Paul Avenue SE
Atlanta, Georgia 30312

The mission of The Atlanta Preservation Center is to promote the preservation of Atlanta's architecturally, historically and culturally significant buildings, neighborhoods and landscapes through education and advocacy. The Center is located in the 1856 Lemuel P. Grant mansion which features a 680 square foot gallery in its Drawing Room. This gallery is host to exhibitions that underscore the Center’s mission. Its purpose is to demonstrate that the preserved environment is a valuable and inspirational part of the present.

Note that this exhibition is located at the Atlanta Preservention Center, not at Poem 88 gallery.

Program [PDF]

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