h Muse

Bio: Muse is a wood artist who fell in love with working with wood as a child in their basement workshop. They moved away from art during a winding academic journey, but found their way back to creating while taking part in Atlanta’s art scavenger hunt: free art friday. That artistic fun rekindled Muse’s fire…

Trey and Fred Palmer

Bio: Fred and Trey Palmer are a father and son team. Fred turns wood into vases, bowls, and platters. Trey enjoys building and carving wood into useful structures as well as building custom furniture. Both are native to Atlanta and Fred’s home town is East Point. They will have a mixture of turned, carved, and…

Mercer Edwards

Bio: Mercer creates woodworking items to include: cutting boards, bowls, trays, boxes, and barware Samples of Mercer’s work:…

Kenneth Shaw

Bio: I’m an accidental artist with aggressive stand of Damn!boo in my backyard, finding creative ways to express myself with found objects in nature. I specialize in acrylic on bamboo; wands, staffs, wall hangings, jewelry, and sculptures. Samples of Ken’s work:…

Michael Broom

Bio: Michael’s work consists of assorted handmade wooden items, including cutting boards, bookshelves, and tables.…

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…

Don Shomaker

Bio: Don Shomaker- Designer / Maker Opening Out Yonder Woodworking Studio in 1995, building fine furniture, sculptures, and other custom wood working. I found a long time ago I love working with my hands, mind, and heart. My ongoing love of gardening and nature, influences my designs: after 15 years owning a stain glass studio…

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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.