Thursday, April 14, 2016
The Spruill Gallery will be closed for extensive interior & exterior renovations through the Summer of 2016. These renovations will be completed in a historically sensitive manner.
Thank you for your support and patience during this time! We look forward to reopening with an enhanced exhibit, gift shop and event space to serve the community. Stay tuned for more exciting announcements!
Thursday, January 7, 2016
Join the Spruill Gallery & Dunwoody Fine Art Association for the Opening Reception of "Sights & Insights", an all-medium exhibition of artists from throughout the Southeast.
"Sights & Insights" was juried by Alan Avery. Over 275 submissions were received for the exhibit. Awards will be announced at the Opening Reception.
All artwork is available for purchase. Attendants will be on site to assist with parking during the Opening Reception.
Spruill Gallery and Dunwoody Fine Art Association are nonprofit organizations organized for the civic appreciation, education and charitable purposes of the arts. Together, we are proud to present "Sights & Insights" for your enjoyment.
The exhibit will run through April 9, 2016. The Gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-7pm.
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Yesterday was a fun day at the Spruill Gallery! Good Day Atlanta, the morning show on Fox 5 Atlanta filmed two live segments at the Gallery, featuring the Holiday Artists Market.
The reporter on location, Paul Milliken, was a wonderful guy. He made everyone feel comfortable and left the Gallery with several gifts for family in Florida! The first segment featured Gallery Director Jennifer Price and Glak Love artist, Angelyn Pass.
Thursday, December 17, 2015
GASP! Can you believe Christmas is less than a week away? We can't either. The Holiday Artists Market is open through December 23rd.
If you feel like time's running out, have no fear! The Gallery is open 10am-7pm and Sunday 12-5pm. A cup of hot cider, the crackling of the fire and browsing handmade artists gifts doesn't feel like holiday shopping stress. It's an escape from the chaos outside!
Monday, November 30, 2015
Joanne Hernandez is a Spruill Gallery favorite year round, but this holiday season she surprised us all when she showed up with colorful and creative hangings. These aluminium adornments are super lightweight and perfect for your holiday tree or any open space year round!
How are they made? Glad you asked cause we're curious too...
"I take my drawing and create a wire tracing using my hands and pliers. The wire is trapped between packaging tape, creating the embossing die. The die and aluminum are put in a hydraulic press and the aluminum is embossed with an impression. I then cut it out of the aluminum with a jeweler's saw, leaving a tab which is punched to create a hanging hole. The edges are filed and sanded and burs are removed. The aluminum design is cleaned and then I paint on the color with small paint brushes using transparent solvent-based glass paints. I sprinkle on the glitter while the paint is still wet. Tops of the embossed lines are cleaned and the ribbon is strung! Cool sticker on the back and it's all done!"