***For Immediate Release***
The Largest African-American Art Gallery in the Southeast Hosts the “Dear Summer…’ Artist Talk Featuring Several of the Most Exciting Talents Currently in the Art Community – August 13, 2016 in Atlanta GA
(Atlanta GA – August 9, 2016) Atlanta-based ZuCot Gallery is owned and operated by the Art Brothers (Troy Taylor, Onaje Henderson, and Omari Henderson) and specializes in promoting original pieces of art by living African-American artists.
On Saturday, August 13, 2016, the gallery will host the ‘Dear Summer…’ Artist Talk, an opportunity to listen to and speak with the artists about their body of work on display. They will share their personal journeys of how and why they created their art pieces featured in the ‘Dear Summer…’ Exhibit.
The Artist Talk will take place at ZuCot’s artistically modern downtown Atlanta location, 100 Centennial Olympic Park Dr., Atlanta GA 30313 from 1pm – 3pm.
The ‘Dear Summer…’ exhibition successfully opened on July 22, 2016 with several pieces sold and over 250 guests in attendance, it will close on September 10th, 2016, giving art enthusiasts, art collectors and art supporters a chance to be inspired and influenced by these talented artists.
‘Dear Summer…’ features several of the most exciting talents currently in the art community. William Rhodes tackles what is lost and the hope that is held onto in time’s passing. Julio Meja taps into the vague emotions that are imbued in nostalgia. Kimmy Cantrell connects more literally with ceramic pieces cured in the intense heat of the season. Charly Palmer observes the shadowy elements of summer, and artist Jamaal Barder works through current events and the love that will ultimately persist.
To view these artists, as well as, works from previous exhibitions, visit the ZuCot Gallery website. Stay up-to-date with ZuCot Gallery happenings @ZucotGallery (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest).