Archive for July 2017

Artist Market Vendor Spotlight: Mathilde Ingram

Mathilde Ingram, creator of Thread Foundry Designs, is a young Atlanta-based artist that is currently pursuing embroidery as her chosen medium of creation. Fresh out of school, Mathilde is different than most artists one might encounter because she is fearless when it comes to trying new mediums to create with. Despite her only getting serious…

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Walthall Artist Fellow: Macey Ley

In the lead up to the 2017 Walthall Fellows’ exhibit at MOCA-GA this summer, we will be featuring an interview with each of the Fellows from this year’s cohort. This round, our intern Grace Gardner interviews Macey Ley. Macey Ley is a mixed-media artist in Atlanta, Georgia. The form of her work follows the concept…

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Walthall Fellow Spotlight: Steve Morrison

In the lead up to the 2017 Walthall Fellows’ exhibit at MOCA-GA this summer, we will be featuring an interview with each of the Fellows from this year’s cohort. This round, our intern Grace Gardner interviews Steve Morrison. Steve Morrison received his MFA in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta in 2015.…

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Artist Market Vendor Spotlight: Alea Hurst

Alea Hurst, a local artist, works to produce two-dimensional pieces, particularly drawings and paintings, which range from traditional to experimental and mixed media approaches. She is currently completing her masters in painting as the Savannah College of Art and Design. When asked how she first got into painting and drawing Alea responded, “For as long…

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Walthall Fellow Spotlight: Joe Camoosa

In the lead up to the 2017 Walthall Fellows’ exhibit at MOCA-GA this summer, we will be featuring an interview with each of the Fellows from this year’s cohort. This round, our intern Grace Gardner interviews Joe Camoosa. Joe Camoosa lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia and makes concise, bold, graphic works on paper, Mylar…

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WonderNight Artist Spotlight: Sequoyah Murray

Sequoyah Murray is a 20-year-old singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. Born in the Emory Crawford Long Hospital, renamed to Emory University Hospital Midtown, raised in the West End, and attending Georgia State University-Clarkston, where he’s studying Music, Sequoyah’s history rests in Atlanta. With a spirit that can best be described as vibrantly calm, Sequoyah sat down with…

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