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All art events for the month of August:

regular gallery hours August 1, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 2, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 7, 2009
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free

Galleries 1 & 2 shows end August 8, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM

Small Gallery closing August 8, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 8, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free

Eyedrum Benefit Auction August 14, 2009
7:00PM - 10:00PM
Price:  $10; free to members
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UPDATE: pictures from this very successful event!

Positively the most diverse and entertaining art auction in town! Featuring a silent auction of over 100 pieces of artwork in every price range, from every genre, in every size and in all mediums. Painting, Drawing, Book Arts, Jewelry, Photography, Sculpture, and more from local established and emerging artists will be included. ED Recordings, Eyedrum merchandise and memberships will also be on sale.

Your purchases at the Benefit Auction will help support Eyedrum's operating costs and programming year round. Eyedrum is a completely volunteer run non-profit organization featuring contemporary art, music, film, theatre and literary events.

Email eyedrumauction(a)gmail.com to volunteer, donate artwork or for more info. $10 at the door. FREE for Eyedrum members. Costumes and dancing encouraged!

Thanks to all the generous Eyedrum auction artists!

Matt Allison, Ashley Anderson, Larry Jens Anderson, Anita Arliss, Alicia Araya, Yun Bai, Chris Bakay, Daniel Biddy, Lillian Blades, Christopher Boehm, William Boling, Natalie Brandhorst, Phoebe Brown, Sloane Cheatham, Susan Cipcic, Cheryl Cline, Terry Coffey, Marcia Cohen, Hope Cohn, Benny Cokeman, Woody Cornwell, Linda Costa, Jerry Cullum, Jeff Dahlgren, Terri Dilling, Tae Earl-Jackson, Heather Elder, David Rossi Elliot, Emer, Sarah Emerson, William Etheridge, Julia Fenton, Tom Ferguson, Nancy Floyd, John Folsom, Edie G, Angus Galloway, Jane Garver, Debra Gavant, Lynn Gay, Mike Germon, John Glover, Rory Golden, Kojo Griffin, Ayed Halim, Anna Hamer, Ting Ying Han, Jody Harris, Tim Haugh, Jess Hinshaw, EK Huckaby, David Huff, Andy I, Janet Jenkins, Eric Jennings, Kim Jones, Jennifer Julian, Cecelia Kane, Mark Karelson, Dana Kemp, Susan Ker-Seymer, Drew Kitchens, Kati Kulscar, Judy Kuniasky, Nick Kuwick, R Land, Sarah Lawrence, Mark Leibert, Anya Liftig, George Long, Sean Ludwig, Eric Mack, Karen Mackay, Kelly McKernan, Joy McKinney, Harold McNaron, Corrina Sephora Mensoff, Michi, Hormuz Minina, Mandie Turner Mitchell, Johana Moscoso, Billy Newman, Jessica Orlowski, Erin Palovick, Esteban Patino, Wynne Ragland, Allison Rentz, Darius Robinson, William Rossoto, Mario Schambon, Steve Seaburg, Maxwell Sebastian, Teresa Sims, Avantika Singh, Whitney Stansell, Marcy Starz, Karen Tauches, Brett Thompson, Joe Tsambiras, Lisa Tuttle, Clark Vreeland, Heather Stevens Weese, Howard Wershil, Aaron Whitehouse, Steve Willams, Stan Woodard, Cynthia Zarrilli, Tom Zarrilli.

Live entertainment provided by: KalimbaMan Kevin Spears with special guest Mario Schambon, Marimba Lumina Enlightenment with Klimchak, The Jazz Invaders quartet featuring Greg Hammontree, Dan Gilormo, Justin Chesarek and Colin Agnew and after party mix and dancing with DJ Black Sunshine.

Live Auction @ 9:15 p.m. with Dennis Coburn and Tom Zarrilli includes prizes and special art service items: Botanical Gardens passes, a guided tour of the Moore in America exhibit, a Shocking Real-Life Writing Seminar with Hollis Gillespie, High Museum of Art family memberships, free event at the Roberts-Mozley Home courtesy of the Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/Douglas County, rain barrel painting by Priscilla Smith, annual memberships to WonderRoot, art installation services from SOLO Installation and Design, artists portfolio websites from Portfolio Atlas, graphic design services by Lyn Hillman, interior design services from Jamie England, recordings from Dust-to-Digital, yoga classes from Bikram Decatur, original clothing from Kortni Potter of Dramagirl Designs, thematic portraits by DornBrothers, costumes from Costumes Etc., pet supplies from Park Pet Supply, chamber music session from The Vauxhall Garden Variety Players, a guided historical tour of Ponce De Leon with Tom Zarrilli, a gift card for Agave and much more!

Special thanks to Karen Tauches for the art auction design. Please visit our generous sponsors: Six Feet Under, Decatur Atlanta Printing, Dukes Vodka, Cabbagetown Market, Stella Trattoria, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and Joe's Catering.

1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

Small gallery opening August 15, 2009
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  Free

Radka Pulliam + Patrick Davis

Over the past several months Patrick Davis and Radka Pulliam have been working on a collaborative art project, which they have titled "Anything You Want It To Be." The two met while pursuing studio art degrees at Georgia State University and a friendship quickly formed. Towards the end of 2008, a couple of years after they met, the two artists thought they might try working together.

Radka is a painter/printmaker who was born in Czech and came here to continue her education in art. She works more in an abstract non-representational mode, utilizing paints, monotype techniques, pens and colored pencils to achieve highly refined color fields, shapes, and line drawings.

Patrick was born and raised in and around Atlanta. His style leans mostly toward realistic drawing and illustration, rarely venturing into the world of color let alone abstraction.

The results of combining these disparate styles and techniques are strong in contrast yet somehow quite unified. It is important that the two artists shared this experience of working together because it forced them both to work and see things differently than they had prior to this project. The individual’s work takes on new meanings and feelings with the two of them sharing space on a page. Themes of perception of reality and dealing with the tension of a modern world emerge from the layering of images and the visceral abstract.

Through September 5th

regular gallery hours August 16, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 21, 2009
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free

Tae Earl-Jackson and Phoenix Savage Opening August 21, 2009
7:00PM - 9:00PM
Price:  Free

Two Atlanta based African American artists present a collaborative installation of their recent work in Galleries 1 & 2.

Originally from Philadelphia, Phoenix Savage is an anthropologist, writer and artist; presently a graduate student in the Sculpture program at Georgia State University.

Tae Earl Jackson is a seasoned local artist who has exhibited at Hammonds House and with the National Black Arts Festival among others.

Pairing their latest mixed media, assemblage, painting and sculpture highlights similarities and common themes like feminine ethnography and specialized craftsmanship.

Through Saturday October 3rd

regular gallery hours August 22, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 23, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 28, 2009
3:00PM - 8:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 29, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

regular gallery hours August 30, 2009
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

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