Lucinda Bunnen

September Group Exhibition Featuring Lucinda Bunnen

Artist reception Thursday, September 28th, 7PM to 10P

Artist: Lucinda Bunnen / Susan Ker-Seymer / Luke Allsbrook / Women in Focus judged Elizabeth Turk / Enrique Samson / Bryan Stelle / and others.

We are proud to have newly released prints of “The Navel of the Moon”  here at Mason Fine Art as part of a group show under Atlanta Celebrates PhotographyPhotographer Enrique Samson has decided that half of the proceeds from his prints that sell will be donated to the rescue and support of the victims during the recent earthquakes in Mexico City and Oaxaca. 

Bombay Sapphire: The BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Artisan Series is a search to discover the best emerging visual artists from North America. Now in its 8th year, the Artisan Series is excited to announce its new partner, Artsy. This partnership will help provide emerging artists with a powerful platform to share their work with more curators, collectors, and art enthusiasts than ever before. Artists submit a photo of their artwork online and exhibit at local art gallery events across the U.S. and Canada, for the opportunity to showcase their work at SCOPE Miami Beach, one of the largest global art fairs in the world.

Enrique Samson


Clouded

Artist reception Friday, August 18th, 6PM to 9P

In celebration of Korean Independence, on August 18th, Mason Fine Art presents its latest exhibition: Clouded. Consisting of six emerging Korean-American and Korean artists, Clouded is a reference to traditional Korean folklore, where clouds were the embodiment of all things ideal; symbolic of enlightenment. In today’s digital age, social interactions, entire libraries of information and culture all preside online simultaneously.

Artists: Amberly Hood, Daeun Kang, Daesup Song, Hwahyun Kim, Inkyeong Baek, and Kaye Patton.

Also featuring work by Dennis Campay, A Group Realism Exhibition, Doug Foltz, Alexi Torres, Dr. Dax, William Mize, Stacie Rose, Valerio D’Ospina, and Shie Moreno.


Fresh Blood

Artist reception Thursday May 25, 2017 from 6pm-9pm

Artist Talk: May 27, 2pm-3pm

Show Dates: May 25, 2017 – June 10, 2017

Come join us for a night full of fresh talent from recent SCAD MFA and BFA graduate students. Everything from painting to sculpture to photography will be on show at this extensive exhibition.This isn’t a night you’re going to want to miss.

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April 30th at Mason Fine Art

Artist reception Sunday April 30, 2017 from 12pm to 3pm

Featured Artists: LeeAnna Repass / Adam Swanson / Shie Moreno / Frank Hyder / James Clover / Christopher Oquendo / Branda Mangum /

Debora Oden / Jaeyoun Shin / Amandine Drouet / Stacie U. Rose

 

 


“My One and Only” Monoprint Exhibition

Artist reception Friday Feb 24, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm

SGCI Reception Sunday, March 19, 10am – 12pm

Monoprints allow for unique, varied and experimental marks.  This show features ten women who utilize printmaking as a mark-making tool, relishing their process to create singular, expressive works on paper.  The artists hail from Atlanta and around the country. Exhibition curated by Terri Dilling.

Artist: Terri Dilling / Laura Fayer / Isaiah Jones / Susan Ker-Seymer / Amanda Knowles / Eleanor Neal / Deb Oden / Cassie Normandy O’Malley /
Stacie Rose / Tanja Softic

Also opening Friday: Vitality – recent works by Terri Dilling that emphasize color and movement, combining painting and printmaking techniques.

On view through April 14, 2017.


Opening Friday, January 13th

Artist reception from 6 to 9 P

Alejandro Caraballo / Maurice Clifford / James Clover / Stephen Hayes / Marquetta Johnson / William Mize / Frank Morrison / Oktawian Otlewski / Sandy Teepen / Karen Tunnell / Antoine Williams

Featuring Not Dead Yet, a live painting by Maurice Clifford, beginning during the January 13th opening and continuing Saturday, January 14th from 1 to 4 pm.

Held Over: Olu Amoda’s Seasons

On view through February 17, 2017.

 


Opening Friday, November 11

Artist reception from 6 to 9 PM

Terrell Clark EYES of Havana / Fabian Williams A Show of Wit and Smart Assery / Olu Amoda Seasons / Keiko Gonzalez New Works / Elizabeth K. Porcel Labyrinths / Pam Moxley New Work / EV D’Ospina Urban Edifice / Jeanie Tomanak Abstracts / Karen Tunnell Works on Paper

Also Featuring NO LIMITS: An Exhibition of Art by Artists Living with Disability

 


ACP at MFA

Friday, October 7, 2016, opening reception from 6-9 PM.

Featuring work from Lucinda Bunnen, Joshua McFadden (Come to Selfhood), Jim Alexander, Eugen Schönfeld, Paul Strand (The Mexican Portfolio), Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Richard Avedon, and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
 
Also featured:
Révélateur: The Hand Made in Photography & Printmaking
An invitational exhibition curated by Robert Brown, Cynthia Lollis, Michael James O’Brien, and V. Elizabeth Turk.
 
 

COCO144 / SHIE MORENO / ART WITH A FUTURE

Friday, August 19, 2016, opening reception from 6-9 PM.

Featured works by CoCo144 and Shie Moreno (New York); Pedro Fuertes, Spencer Herr, Noah Saunders, and Sallie White. Walter Norman Jr. and Latrice Cooper.
 
Also featuring Art with a Future: The best of Atlanta’s emerging artists, curated by Miya Bailey and Sharon Dennehy.
 
 

Herbert Creecy // New Friends and New Works from Old Friends

Friday, June 10, 2016, opening reception from 6-9 PM.

 
A Taste of Herb
Highlights from the Herb Creecy collection, in honor of Creecy: A Survey at MOCA-GA, June 29 – August 20, 2016. The MOCA exhibit is accompanied by their first full-length hardback publication, Creecy.
 
Under the Influence of Herb
Four works by Maurice Clifford, a friend and contemporary of Herbert Creecy, whose work was influenced by his energy and determined artistic dedication.
 
New Friends and New Work by Old Friends
 
Stephen Bach, Doug Foltz, Matthew Metzger, Masako Miyazaki, Myott, Daniel Nevins, Isaac Payne, Brandon Sadler, Vladimir Saprykin, Doug Stratton, Jeanie Tomanek, and Sallie White.
 
On view through August 13th.
 
 

Spring Group Show

Friday, April 8, 2016, opening reception from 6-9 PM.

New Works, and a Selection of  Historically Significant and International Art. New mixed media photography from Pam Moxley; new wall sculptures from Molly Sawyer; a new oil on canvas work from LeeAnna Repass; works of historical significance by nineteenth century African-American masters Robert Scott Ducanson, Edward Mitchell Banister, and Charles Ethan Porter; Trail of Tears, a 20th century masterpiece by Georgia’s own Benny Andrews; African-American quilts from Minnie and Tinnie Pettway of That’s Sew Gee’s Bend; Kenyan master vernacular artist Wayne Brush; After Selma: A Photographic Essay by Joshua McFadden; Street Seen: Photographs by Zac Garrett; new work from Stephen Hayes, the creator of Cash Crop; new sculpture by Basil Watson; with sculpture by Leonid Siveriver; Zimbabwean Shona Sculpture; and Masterpieces of Haitian Art.

On view through June 4th.

 


From Realism to Abstraction

Friday, January 15, 2016, opening reception from 6-9 PM.

David Kessler, Cynthia Knapp, William Mize, Carolyn Meltzer, Nick Patten, Phil Ralston, Jose Rodriguez, Michael Zigmond, Evan 5PS, Vincent George, and Cason Adams.
 

 


New paintings, sculpture, and photography from a remarkable mix of artists

Friday, November 13, 2015, opening reception from 6-9 PM.

New landscapes from acclaimed painter Luke Allsbrook
VIA COLOR SPECTRUM – abstract paintings from Shie Moreno
Lyrical street-art-influenced scenes from award-winning painter and illustrator Frank Morrison
Permanence – stainless steel sculpture from J. Doyle Rogers
Serene realist interiors from Karen Hollingsworth
Architecturally-influenced contemporary works by Isaac Payne
Abstract works from internationally renowned artist Keiko Gonzalez
Figurative realism from Munroe d’Antignac
Impressionistic photography from Terrell Clark
Paintings by noted sculptor, painter, and UGA professor Horace Farlowe
CubanFlix Part 2 – photography by JiMiFLiX!

 


Atlanta Celebrates Photography / 1960NOW / Bombay Sapphire / Edward Kellogg / Virginia Parker / James Zamora

Friday, October 2, 2015, opening reception from 6-9 PM.

Atlanta Celebrates Photography is in full swing and Mason Fine Art is celebrating with world renowned photographer Sheila Pree Bright’s 1960NOW. Bright has been traveling to Ferguson, Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Atlanta, photographing Black Lives Matter Movement protest marches. Mason Fine Art is featuring the first portfolio of twenty thought-provoking images. Reminiscent of the finest photography from the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, these images promote discussion and greater understanding, regardless of political viewpoint. This portfolio of images will be purchased for Atlanta’s Museum of Civil and Human Rights and will be the subject of a traveling museum exhibition.

Mason Fine Art is also exhibiting Terrell Clark’s The Barrel Gang, Stephanie Eley’s Invisible to Others, and works from Lucinda Bunnen. Also featuring: Women in Focus XXII, portraits from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and Digital Picture, curated by Owen Thompson.

Acclaimed landscape painter Edward Kellogg presents Seasons, a large-scale exhibition of larger works, and we present New Works from painters Virginia Parker and James Zamora.

Also: Bombay Saphire presents: Artisan Series 2015.

 


 

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Outside In / Clear Reflections / Hide in Plain Sight

Mason Fine Art opens three exciting exhibitions on Friday, July 31, 2015, with a reception from 6-9PM. The reception is free and open to the public. Uber and carpooling are encouraged. Exhibition continues through September 25, 2015.

Outside In features nine major graffiti artists with strong Atlanta connections.  Combined, their careers touch each of the past four decades.  The exhibition features major large scale works as well as smaller, more affordable pieces. Artists include WON 2, POEST, SHIE 1, SB ONE, Dr. DAX, VIPER, WEB 1, BASER and Frank Morrison. Co-curated by POEST, Joe Dreher, and Jacob Hall. View selected works {PDF}

Hiding in Plain Sight examines the work of world famous outsider artist Purvis Young. A collection of  Young’s large scale works are examined in light of his influences, including the Wall of Respect and The Mexican Muralists, and those he influenced, including the emerging graffiti culture of 1970s Miami. 

Clear Reflections is a group exhibition of realist paintings and drawings, featuring works by David Kessler, Paul Cadden, Michael Zigmond James Zamora, Otto Lange, LeeAnna Repass, Eva Csanyi-Hurskin, Kenneth Pasley, Sally Tharp and Carl Holzman.

 


 

Grand Opening Reception May 29, 2015

We are so excited to finally announce our Grand Opening Reception! It took some time, but we know you will agree our new space has been well worth the wait! Please join us on Friday, May 29, from 6-9pm. The opening artists include Linda Mitchell, Abbey Ryan, Larry Walker, Terri Dilling, Pam Moxley, Heather Hilton, Joe Remillard, Religion and Spirituality in Southern Vernacular Art, William Mize, Jan Lukens, Christine Hayman, Robert Marchessault, and Sammy Peters.

We are located at 415 Plasters Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30324. We hope you can join us!

 

 

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