Did you see that?! Stories of Urban Oddities
featuring photography by Steve Steinman
August 21 – October 25, 2014
Did you see that?! features photographs from Atlanta artist Steve Steinman dictating a subtle commentary on the anomalies often missed in everyday life. From the odd attraction on the side of a highway to street performers; from public art to the delicate beauty found in architecture, Steinman captures evolving lifestyles present in the unnoticed and overlooked people, places and things that have become a part of our lives.

2nd Annual Spruill Arts Student and Faculty Juried Exhibition
June 5-August 9, 2014
Spruill Gallery invites you to attend a summer exhibition of student and instructor art. This exhibition featuring all mediums will showcase work that has been produced at the Spruill Center for the Arts.
Special Exhibit: Selections from Spruill Youth
A special revolving exhibition showcases the many budding artists at Spruill Arts. Finished work from students enrolled in quarterly courses will be combined with pieces from the weekly camps of 2014.

Looks Good On Paper 
February 14 - April 19, 2014
Spruill Gallery presents the revival of the popular exhibit, Looks Good on Paper. Submissions of works on paper from artists throughout the city have been gathered for this unique show which allows for both rising and established talent to be shown together.

Inspiring Connections
September 6 - October 26, 2013
Partnering with Le Meridien Atlanta Perimeter Hotel, Steve Chin and fellow nonprofit Children Inspiring Hope, this exhibit was in conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography.


Student and Faculty Juried Exhibition 2013  
June 24 - August 17, 2013
Juried by Michael Rooks, the Wieland Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the High Museum of Art Atlanta, this exhibition included work in all mediums.


FORMATIONS: Patterns in Nature
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

Elements: Mixed Materials
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.

Southern Women - Southern Photographers
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

Laura Noel Subject Matter + Remembered: Photographs by Gregg Segal
September 16 – October 29, 2011
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.

SITE UNSEEN + Spruill Garden Project
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.


February 4 - March 19, 2011
A group exhibition exploring the essence of line in art.  
Certainty Principle and Ocus September 24 – October 30, 2010 Michael David Murphy 
Certainty Principle A compilation of photographs and the Unphotographable.

Margaret Fletcher 

Ocus: Recent Work 
A collection of new paintings. Katrina: Five Years of Reflection
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.

No comments: