With a personal passion for the “business of art”, Georgian Gallery collaborates with some of today’s most creative and unique artist in the Atlanta area and beyond. Promising to introduce our community to new and exciting visual treats, we are constantly working with artist and art concepts to stand out as THE place for contemporary art in the South Atlanta market. Come by and visit. You may see that perfect piece that speaks to you and no one else. Also, join us for our wine tastings and gallery openings. Schedule and announcements will be made on several social media platforms.
Tamara Gammon is the CEO of Three Dream Designs, LLC. She is a self-taught, multidisciplinary, Jamaican-born artist, whose Afro-Caribbean work explores themes of women, abstract expressionism, and vibrant colors. With inspiration from Jamaica, Africa, Cuba, and Haiti her works translate through watercolors, oil, acrylic, pastels, and ink on canvas.
20 years of loving, living, laughing, hurting, healing, helping, growing, gaining, searching, rediscovering, finding and trying to figure out what I have found in ALL of that. I’ve noticed one undeniable truth:
“Creation Doesn’t Stop”
Matt Bolton is a lifelong resident of West Georgia. He was born in Austell, raised in Lithia Springs, and now resides in Bremen with his family. Through the mediums of drawing and painting, Bolton expresses his passion through creativity.
Eric Farland was born in California in 1966 and grew up in Woodside, California. He joined the Army in 1986, served in Desert Storm and left the Army in 1993.
He discovered his passion for wood working when he was in high school. Although he dedicated over 20 years to working in a corporate environment his journey brings him back to his passion.
Steampunk, rustic and industrial is how Harry Tallman of Badass Lamps, LLC would describe his works of art. He became interested in this rare craft during his time as an activities director for an assisted living facility. “I realized the seniors were not utilizing skills they acquired over many years in the workplace or in life. The idea was a way to engage them in activities that would increase their cognitive function and enhance their creativity and mental sharpness.”
Roy L. Turpin is an American Fine Art Photographer and a Georgian native. His early years as an artist consisted of illustration and painting compositions, though he eventually followed his calling to photography. Beginning as a Black & White film photographer over two decades ago, he eventually made a switch to the digital medium. Remaining primarily a Black & White photographer, he will employ the use of color if the piece demands.