Brickworks Gallery: Artwork Gift Ideas
December 20, 2017
Art makes a great gift because it is something a person can live and grow with. It may take on new and different meanings over time, it may shape how a person designs their space, and it may inspire lively conversations. Unlike pieces made on a macro scale by some impersonal home goods manufacturer, a handmade vase, an oil or acrylic painting, or a blown glass piece comes from a place of deep aesthetic consideration. Also unlike a macro-made piece, a work of art from Brickworks Gallery will have a name attached to it. So not only can you excite someone with the gift of a new work that provokes thoughtful consideration, but you will be directly contributing to the continuation of a talented artist’s career.
Celebrate Brickworks Gallery’s 1st Anniversary at the Howard Kurtzman
December 7, 2017
Since the founding of Brickworks Gallery just one year ago, we have held many events showcasing the exciting and accessible works of artists like Kate Breakey, Devan Cole, John Williams, and Bill Rush. Each event has brought together collectors, admirers, critics, and the community at large in the hiustoric and revitalized B. Mifflin Hood Brick Co. building.
Woodworking Artist, John Williams, Meet and Greet on November 18th
November 14, 2017
Brickworks Gallery's award-winning collection of art continues to grow alongside several exciting upcoming events. Our “wood whisperer,” John Williams, will be hosting a meet-and-greet on Saturday, November 18 from 5:30-7:30 P.M. Williams will spend the evening telling stories about his work and discussing the materials and tools he uses. Williams creates his work from urban trees cut down due to blight, disease or construction, giving them a new, and beautiful life. His work is heavily influenced by the work of the famous Moulthrops of North Georgia. He is scheduled to speak at 6:00 P.M. on November 18th.
“Ghosts and Other Visions: A Success for Both Brickworks and Kate Breakey
October 27, 2017
On October 6, 2017, Brickworks Gallery was privileged to welcome internationally renowned photographer Kate Breakey and her latest work to the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival as our featured artist. The event was an extraordinary success, as Breakey fans and art fans alike gathered for a night of observation, as well as to here Breakey speak.
Brickworks Gallery features Kate Breakey’s Latest Work, “Ghost and Other Visions”
October 1, 2017
Brickworks Gallery is excited to announce our featured artist for the Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival, Kate Breakey. “Ghosts and Other Visions” is the latest work by internationally renowned photographer, Kate Breakey. The exhibition will open on Friday, October 6th, 2017. This beautiful show features Breakey’s latest body of work, based on the poem, “Ghosts of Love.” The artist herself will be at Brickworks Gallery for the opening on October 6th at 5:30-8:30 pm, and she will give an artist’s talk at 6:00 pm. Be sure to mark your calendars to hear Breakey talk about her ethereal, painterly work.
Welcome to the Brickworks Gallery Blog—Part 2
September 15, 2017
In this second part of our introductory Brickworks Gallery blog, we will take a look at some of the upcoming events at Brickworks Gallery and the artists behind them. Our previous entry explained who we are and what our art gallery is about. Check back on our future blog entries and our website to find out about new events and exhibitions at Brickworks Gallery.
Welcome to the Brickworks Gallery Blog
September 7, 2017
Welcome to our new Brickworks Gallery blog! This two-part introduction will explain a little bit about Brickworks Gallery. We also have a few upcoming events you won’t want to miss if you love contemporary art and expression. If you live in Atlanta or plan on visiting, make sure you pay Brickworks Gallery a visit to see some of the amazing work on display.