Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Artists Terri Dilling and Mark Leibert at Sandler Hudson Gallery

My December 10 gallery hop continued at Sandler Hudson Gallery in the same building as Octane at the corner of Howell Mill and Marietta on Atlanta's Westside.

A very good crowd.

On the left is Mark Leibert, co-founder and Director of Kaikoo Media. I really liked his work on paper; one of which were are blocking in this picture.

Mark's glider provided some masculine relief; the tree an uncannily soft filigree.

I love this little orange work on paper.

Here is Terri Dilling in front of her screen-print and mixed media on panel, "Come Together" which seems to have a positive/negative thing going. I didn't notice it until I had time to stare at the photo.

Terri's diptych "Fluctuation"

When you go to Sandler Husdon Gallery, make sure to visit the roof top deck. There is a view and there might be some art. This is Terri's helix "tree" with paper flowers.

Folks were wondering what in the world I was doing with my camera shooting from the sidewalk. I was too.

Thanks to to Terri, Mark, and Sandler Hudson Gallery. There work will be there until January 8, 2010.

I regret that I've not yet met the proprietors, Robin Sandler and Debbie Hudson.

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