Faith Wilbanks

Bio: All About Put A Word On It: Where words meet art Put A Word On It, is more than just a hobby. It is a simple gift, through verse and phrase, that is hand-lettered with care to put a smile on someone’s face. Each piece is made with the recipient in mind and personalized…

Katelin Umberhandt

Bio: Katelin is a passionate artist and local resident looking to give recycled material a new life. She can be found digging in trashcans throughout Hapeville for cardboard boxes and street side finds to upcycle. Her business, UPCYCLED, features art that is all done on recycled material such as cardboard and found wood materials. Each…

Chloe Alexander

Bio: Chloe’s work features original photographs and hand-pulled prints and printed merchandise. Samples of Chloe’s work:…

Maggie McHugh-Parrish

Bio: I create art and it’s my right brain’s fault. For most of my life I spent the days as a left-brainer, working at being logical & analytical, all while my right brain hissed, “Pssst, HEY, over here, I’ll show you a good time.” That whisper became a holler and I finally listened. I haven’t…

Kathy Wolfe

Bio: Kathy Wolfe is a photographer, educator, mixed media artist and dog lover. Her techniques combine digital printing and transfers with traditional paints, gels and wax. Her work has been exhibited nationally and hangs in private and corporate collections throughout the US. Samples of Kathy’s work:…

Marklyn Wilson

Bio: I begin with a paper or object that catches my eye, and then incorporate other pieces. I often dye or make paper that goes with or accents the work. Sometimes I fuse glass in a compatible color. My work has sold at various galleries, including Arts Clayton, where I won Best In Show this…

Tracy Hartley

Bio: TRACY HARTLEY WAS BORN IN THE DEEP SOUTH IN THE VERY EARLY 60’S. HE WAS BRITHED IN THE BACK OF A MIRCO BUS WHILE THE FAMILY WAS TRAVELING / WORKING WITH THE GREAT GIZMO IZMARADO CIRCUS. HE WAS RAISED WITH THE TRAVELING SHOW AND WAS TAUGHT THE ART OF THE HUMAN CANNONBALL. AFTER HARTLEY…

Lady Tammy Powers of Dunans

Bio: Lady TPowers of Dunan, ( LadyT) is a graphic designer and college graduate with a Degree in Graphic Design as well as a self-taught artist of Cherokee and Irish descent. Born in the Chicagoland area, she took to art as soon as she was able to hold a crayon. Throughout her childhood, she developed…

Jason and Vangie Rodenbeck

Bio: We’ve been fascinated by finding new uses for old things since we started dating in 2011. I suppose it had something to do with the fact that we were both entering our 40s, recently divorced, and starting new careers. When we married in 2012, we found ourselves spending every weekend going to antique malls…

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This program is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. GCA also receives support from its partner agency - the National Endowment for the Arts. Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.