Check out my Etsy shop Lydia Walls Portraits to purchase custom pet portraits, gift certificates and more!
Please join me for the opening reception of 4 x 4 at Barbara Archer on Friday May 17, 2013 from 7-9 pm!
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I’m excited to have another gallery in Atlanta! Although this show has come and gone, be sure to check out their future shows. The owner Joy Phrasavath has great taste! Borderline Gallery is at 858 Dekalb Avenue Suite A.
I loved the first “alchemy” show at Beep Beep awhile back (photo below), so I was overjoyed to hear they were going to it again! And this time I’m participating! Come see my triangles and more at the opening on December 1st!
Up through January 5, 2013! Gallery hours: tues-sat 10:00-4:00. Xo Lyds
I am so excited to announce that I am starting a series of drawings and paintings to be displayed and sold exclusively at Ambrose Vintage (formerly Stefan’s) in Little Five Points, Atlanta. Inspired by their shop cat Ambrose, the art will be all things kitty. The art is on 8 x 11 inch archival watercolor […]
I am happy to participate in Swan Coach House Gallery’s annual holiday show and sale Little Things Mean a Lot opening Thursday November 15 (6-9pm). The exhibit will feature over three hundred small works of art in all mediums by a multitude of Georgia artists, three of which will be my paintings. If you can’t […]
Limited edition copy of BURNAWAY’s first-ever book, Le Bulletin Savant de l’Institut Historique Fictif d’Atlanta et de ses Alentours, featuring fictional histories and futures of Atlanta by local artists and writers. New microfictions by Brian Bannon, Rebecca Burns, Scott Daughtridge, Johnny Drago, Matthew D. Hutchinson, Jamie Iredell, Debbie Michaud, Julian Modugno, Harmony Neal, Gina Rickicki, […]
http://www.artsatl.com/2012/07/review-engaging-talent-loves-company-brings-work-50-atlanta-artists/ Review: Engaging “Talent Loves Company” brings together work by 50 emerging Atlanta artists July 13, 2012 By Stephanie Cash Bethany Joy Collins’ “I Just Don’t See Race in Your Work” I recently moved to Atlanta from New York, where you practically trip over art. Here it takes more effort. So a show like “Talent Loves […]