Thursday, November 19, 2015

Holiday Artists Market is Open!

It's been an exciting week at the Spruill Gallery's Holiday Artists Market!! Monday night's Opening Reception was full of festivity and, of course, shopping! We're excited to share some images from Monday's Opening. See more photos here

The Market is open Monday - Saturday, 10am-7pm & Sunday, 12-5pm

Come see us!

Monday, November 2, 2015

22nd Annual Holiday Artists Market Opens November 16

Spruill Gallery
Holiday Artists Market
November 16 – December 23, 2015

Unique and locally crafted gifts and decor

Opening Night: Monday, November 16, 6-9 pm
Join us for a first look at the artists market, wine and light fare provided. Spruill members always receive a 10% discount.

Family Day: Saturday, December 5, 12-2 pm
Bring the whole family for an afternoon of shopping while the kids enjoy fun-filled activities. Shop local while the kids get creative!

 Artist’s Trunk Show: Saturday, December 12, 11am-3 pm
Come meet select artists featured in the show and shop a showcase of new gift items. Avoid the mall and find something crafty.

Last Minute Shoppers Holiday SALE: Wednesday, December 23
Take 20% off your entire purchase during the final shopping day of the market!

Market Hours:
Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 7 pm
Sunday, 12 – 5pm
Closed Thanksgiving Day

4681 Ashford Dunwoody Road

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Artist Talk Thursday, 10/8

Join us Thursday at the Spruill Gallery for an Artist Talk! 

work from Joshua Raashad McFadden
Open through October 24, 2015

Conversations & Projections with the Artist
Thursday, October 8, 6-8pm

Thursday's Conversations & Projections with the Artist will give guests insights and context into McFadden's work.

About After SELMA: Photographer Joshua McFadden is a visual storyteller, whose interest in social justice advances human and civil rights in America through the narrative of his series, After Selma. His work illuminates similarities between the civil rights movement of the 1960s and the demonstrations of the new millennium. McFadden’s work depicts the passion, anger and sadness of recent events in America, while at the same time showing the hope, strength and unity of a nation. 

The Spruill Gallery will once again participate in Atlanta Celebrates Photography, the city-wide festival of photography. 

Friday, September 25, 2015

"After SELMA" News

The Opening Reception of "After SELMA" was a fabulous evening. Thank you to everyone who attended and supported Joshua Rashaad McFadden's historic exhibit! Take a look at photos from the Opening Reception. While you're there, like the Spruill Gallery Facebook page.

More exciting news: The Dunwoody Neighbor featured "After SELMA" on the front page of this week's paper! If you can't pick up a paper copy, read Nicole Price's story online. 

In less than two weeks, Joshua will lead a "Projections and Conversations" Artist Talk. Join us on October 8th from 6-8pm for this special night. RSVP via Facebook.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

"After SELMA" Opens in One Week!

Joshua Rashaad McFadden's historic photography exhibit, "After SELMA" opens next Thursday, September 17th, at the Spruill Gallery. 

Please join us for the Opening Reception from 6-9pm. 

In anticipation of next week's opening, learn more about McFadden on LensCulture's Featured Artists page.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Award Announcement for "After SELMA"

Upcoming Exhibit Artist Joshua Rashaad McFadden has been named a "Top 50 Emerging Artist" by LensCulture, a top publication in contemporary photography. In addition McFadden, was awarded one of eight grant award recipients from thousands of photographers from 112 countries. 

Regarding McFadden's "After SELMA" series, juror Mary Virginia Swanson said, "As a young man living in the American South, Joshua McFadden lives in the shadow of the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement. As an artist, McFadden’s perspective evokes an authentic process of examining, questioning, and comprehending a world in which he and his generation are the leaders-to-be of their communities. His project “After SELMA” turns a contemporary eye to issues that divided this country fifty years ago, informed by incidents of race relations in recent years. I believe we will learn a great deal about our future and ourselves through his photographs."

We are thrilled to bring this body of work to the Spruill Gallery this Fall, opening September 17. Congratulations, Joshua!