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Archive for May, 2011

Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

The Decatur Fine Arts Exhibition at the Dana Fine Arts Building on the Agnes Scott campus, runs in tandem with the city’s annual Arts Festival from Memorial Day weekend to June 5th. Curated by Dalton Gallery’s director, Lisa Alembik, the show was juried by Flux Projects Executive Director Anne Dennington, ceramicist and instructor┬áRick Berman and […]

New paintings and a new climate

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

It’s hot here in Atlanta at the end of May. Upper 80’s, 90 degrees with no rain for the garden in the last two weeks or more. Friends have warned that the heat intensifies and continues until September. I lived here for twenty years without air conditioning, but after being away for almost fifteen, the […]

Decatur Spring Garden Tour, Sunday

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

Continuing my photo essay on the Decatur Garden Tour, here are Sunday’s finds. I volunteered in a lovely garden and my shift partner coincidentally lived in my neighborhood; we spent a very enjoyable afternoon chatting and welcoming visitors. The time flew by and I was still able to get to most of the gardens I […]

Decatur Spring Garden Tour, Saturday

Monday, May 16th, 2011

It was the perfect spring weekend for attending the Decatur Garden Tour, an annual event in its 23rd year. The ticket included both days and a saturday evening twilight tour and entertainment at Rose Hill Garden. On saturday and sunday I wandered through eleven of the thirteen gardens on the list, in the heart of […]

Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

It’s not often that one finds a space as grand as the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation in such an out of the way location. Watkinsville is a town, village really, twenty minutes south of Athens and an hour or so east of Atlanta. Founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit arts center, OCAF uses a historic […]

The Vogel collection at the High Museum of Art

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

I hadn’t been to see the High Museum of Art’s permanent exhibit since 1997, when I left to take an interactive TV job in San Francisco. I specifically went today to see the Vogel exhibit that closes June 5th; Fifty Works for Fifty States. In 2008, the couple donated their collection of 2500 works of […]

Spring paintings

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

I took a couple of months earlier in the spring to complete a large commissioned painting and have just recently gotten back to other work. This painting was inspired by my first spring back in Atlanta after many years, along with the coloration of moss, snow and bark on a 150 year old live oak […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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