Along with pieces shown in the lobby, my painting- 'roundabout'- will be part of the stage set for the neil simon play titled rumors. The play opens on friday the 29th of august. Check out their website to purchase tickets. www.kudzuplayhouse.org
Its my first time onstage.....someday...........broadway!
This year the Georgia National Fair will be held from October 2 thru 12 at the Perry, Georgia fairgrounds. I submitted 3 pieces in the painting category and 3 in the mixed media (other) category.........lo and behold all 6 were accepted. looks like i will be shlepping art down to Perry soon. http://www.georgianationalfair.com/index.htm
This piece has been donated by me to the Architecture Foundation of Georgia and will be auctioned for The ARchiTecture Auction October 3-4, 2008.
The silent auction will take place in conjunction with the 2008 AIA Georgia conference at the Georgia International Convention Center. AFGA will display the donated artwork throughout the conference inside the convention center for silent auction bidding.
All proceeds will go directly to the Architecture Foundation of Georgia, so that it may continue its valuable programs including scholarships for students in Georgia.
Artist for Africa at the Atlanta Artists Center August 9th - 10th, 2008Emerging Atlanta based artists including Lance Carlson, Lucious, Charlotte Webb, Elsie DiNardo Dresch, Clara Blalock and Martha Bator, will be offering their works to the public and donating all proceeds to the African Children's Art Project in Kenya. Saturday, August 9th 3pm-5pm Atlanta Artists Center 2979 Grandview Ave. Atlanta, GA, 30305 404-237-2324 All are welcome to an open house reception hosted by Basil's Restaurant in Buckhead located next door to the Atlanta Artists Center.Sunday, August 10th 1:00pm to 5:00pm Atlanta Artists Center
yes folks its true........."a woman left lonely" will be available.
Throughout recorded history, man has explored the connections between his perceived world of events, emotions and environment. He has utilized music, art and literature as a voice of expression. The beauty and rhythms of these connections seem to synchronize and play out over time to form a significant socio-cultural record. My work is a record of the connections and relationships that I have discovered within my own perceived world, through music, art and literature. This process may start on a somewhat literal level but it soon evolves into new discoveries and interpretations unbounded by conventional time. My marks and imagery form the rhythm of this dialogue. Lance M. Carlson, artist