Art Strolling in Stone Mountain Village Saturday

It's free and open to the public, but obtaining a "passport" to the event is recommended.

ART Station will present an art stroll on Saturday, Jan. 25 through the galleries (at the location at 5384 Manor Drive) and the three Stone Mountain Artists Galleries on Main Street, from 7 - 9:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, but obtaining a "passport" to the event is recommended.

Passports are free of charge and may be picked up at ART Station, Center Town Galleries, and the Clothesline Gallery prior to the night of the event. Passports are not required for admission, but do give patrons privileges on the Art Stroll.  

Patrons who visit all four galleries and receive a passport stamp at each gallery are entered into a drawing for Gift Certificates redeemable in the the Galleries. Gift certificates will awarded for: 1) $50 towards any purchase at the Clothesline Gallery; 2) $50 towards any purchase from Ironhawk Forge located at Centertown B; 3) $50 towards any purchase from Artsy Fawn Studio located at Centertown A; 4) $25 gift certificate from the ART Station Gift Shop.

In order to be eligible for the drawing, passports must be turned in to the ART Station upstairs gallery no later than 9:15 p.m. Patrons do not have to be present to win.  

The upstairs gallery showcases the Winter Members' Exhibit, juried by Fahamu Pecou, a visual and performing artist and scholar based in Atlanta. His art work has been featured in many publications, and he recently served as Guest Editor for Art Papers Magazine. Forty-eight artists are participating in this exhibit, which includes: painting, photography, collage, mixed-media, and sculpture.

The downstairs gallery will feature art by Pat Fiorello entitled "Take Me Away." Fiorello will have copies of her book, "Bella Italia, Italy Through the Eyes of an Artist" for purchase and book signing.

Exhibits will run through March 2. Light refreshments will be served provided by the Stone Mountain Woman's Club. Gallery hours are: Tuesdays-Fridays 1-5 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

For additional information call 770-469-1105 or visit the ART Station website.

See also:
ART Station on Patch
ART Station website


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