4681 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Atlanta, GA 30338
For more information on Spruill Center for the Arts and art classes at the Education Center visit http://www.spruillarts.org/.
March 14 - April 27, 2013
The Natural world is the source of their inspiration as well as the subject in their deconstructed, re-composed and abstracted paintings and drawings.
Featuring the work of:
Kate Colpitts, Jannine Cook, Helen DeRamus, Barb Rehg, Gerry Sattele and Mona Waterhouse
January 24 – March 2, 2013
The Spruill Gallery invites you to experience an exhibition exploring artists using unusual elements to create art.
Featuring the work of Kem Alexander, Andrew Crawford, Tom Haney, Stephen Hayes, Maxine Hull, and Steven Sachs.
September 7 – October 27
Corinne Adams, Lucinda Bunnen, Judy Lampert
With their various approaches, the work by these three Southern women photographers leaves us with visual impressions of the endurance, mystery and reflection.
June 8 - August 11, 2012
Featuring several of Atlanta's most creative emerging artists: John Beadles, Susan Beallor-Snyder, Adam Bodine, Lauren Cunningham, Ernesto Gomez, Heather Greenway, Tyrus Lytton, and Kyungmin Park.
March 23 – May 19
Exploring chemical evolution through art
created by Terri Dilling
February 10 – March 10
Selections from the artists studio.
A Fundraising Exhibition and Sale
This event is in conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography
August 5 – September 3, 2011
Featuring: Rex Brodie, Seth Keaveny, Hatidza Mulic, Iman Person, An Pham, Ashley Schick, Jeff Taylor, and film selections from WonderRoot.
June 10 – July 23, 2011
An exhibition of unbuilt work that shoulda, coulda, woulda.
April 8 - May 21, 2011
Celebrating the art of printmaking and its significance as a creative and collaborative art form.
September 24 – October 30, 2010
Michael David Murphy
A compilation of photographs
and the Unphotographable.
Ocus: Recent Work
A collection of new paintings.
This event is in conjunction with
Atlanta Celebrates Photography.
August 13 – September 11, 2010
Artist Elyse Defoor presents her
project, X.U.ME which documents
the months following the aftermath
of hurricane Katrina. In addition to
X.U.ME, New Orleans artists Krista
Jurisich, Brian Nolan, Debra Howell
and Jan Gilbert, Lori K. Gordon, and
Neil Alexander are featured. Footage
from New York artists Norman
DeShong and Douglas Adams, Jr.
will be shown.