Saturday, December 7, 2013

Nick O' Time Small Works Group Show!!

It's that time again! The Nick O' Time group show is opening this Saturday, Dec 7, 6-10 pm. A sensory overload of small art works, all priced under $300. Art makes excellent gifts. So come to the show.

Here are some previews of the show! Around 170 pieces will be shown tonight! 







Saturday, November 9, 2013

Twofold - Grace Kim, Jaynie Crimmins

New works by Jaynie Gillman Crimmins and Grace Kim. Twofold is a show of art created from intricately folded paper. Sculpture, installation and wall mounted pieces were painstakingly created for this beautiful show.

Opening Show Tonight: 6PM-10PM



Friday, October 4, 2013

The Eternal Eye

The Eternal Eye

Come see photography at its finest! 

 

New works by Chris Carder, John Paul Floyd, Chris McClure, Wretrick Rausaw, and Justin Weaver. 

 


Preview: Saturday, Oct. 5 (6-10pm)

 

OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 (6-10pm)

 

          Kibbee Gallery helps Atlanta celebrate photography! These artists come together to give you photographs that depict the liveliness of history and present day. You won't want to miss these gorgeous images taken by very capable and discerning eyes. 




Saturday, September 28, 2013

Outdated. Closing Reception. new works by Bethany Collins and Hailey Lowe Fennell

Be sure to come check out the show tonight from 7-9PM before it goes!

Friday, September 27, 2013

Arts Atl talks about Hailey Lowe Fennell and her current show at Kibbee!

30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell's photos trace "diminishing line between man and nature"

 

Hailey Lowe Fennell: Untitled, from "Outdated Machines of the West."
An image in Hailey Lowe Fennell’s “Outdated Machines of the Mountain West”
Two white orbs, like headlights, glow at the top of the black-and-white photograph. They are the eyes of a fox, suddenly conscious, alert, as if it knows it is being hunted. Below its snow-covered feet, blurred horizontal bands stretch across the composition. Embedded within the bands, a ghostlike image of the fox repeats itself twice, haunting the landscape. A lone, barely discernible tree in the background bears witness to the scene.
- See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf

30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell’s photos trace “diminishing line between man and nature”

September 27, 2013
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By Anjali Enjeti
Hailey Lowe Fennell: Untitled, from "Outdated Machines of the West."
An image in Hailey Lowe Fennell’s “Outdated Machines of the Mountain West”
Two white orbs, like headlights, glow at the top of the black-and-white photograph. They are the eyes of a fox, suddenly conscious, alert, as if it knows it is being hunted. Below its snow-covered feet, blurred horizontal bands stretch across the composition. Embedded within the bands, a ghostlike image of the fox repeats itself twice, haunting the landscape. A lone, barely discernible tree in the background bears witness to the scene.
- See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf

30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell’s photos trace “diminishing line between man and nature”

September 27, 2013
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By Anjali Enjeti
Hailey Lowe Fennell: Untitled, from "Outdated Machines of the West."
An image in Hailey Lowe Fennell’s “Outdated Machines of the Mountain West”
Two white orbs, like headlights, glow at the top of the black-and-white photograph. They are the eyes of a fox, suddenly conscious, alert, as if it knows it is being hunted. Below its snow-covered feet, blurred horizontal bands stretch across the composition. Embedded within the bands, a ghostlike image of the fox repeats itself twice, haunting the landscape. A lone, barely discernible tree in the background bears witness to the scene.
- See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf

 

        "Two white orbs, like headlights, glow at the top of the black-and-white photograph. They are the eyes of a fox, suddenly conscious, alert, as if it knows it is being hunted. Below its snow-covered feet, blurred horizontal bands stretch across the composition. Embedded within the bands, a ghostlike image of the fox repeats itself twice, haunting the landscape. A lone, barely discernible tree in the background bears witness to the scene."

Two white orbs, like headlights, glow at the top of the black-and-white photograph. They are the eyes of a fox, suddenly conscious, alert, as if it knows it is being hunted. Below its snow-covered feet, blurred horizontal bands stretch across the composition. Embedded within the bands, a ghostlike image of the fox repeats itself twice, haunting the landscape. A lone, barely discernible tree in the background bears witness to the scene. - See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.IlvcoEg1.dpuf
Two white orbs, like headlights, glow at the top of the black-and-white photograph. They are the eyes of a fox, suddenly conscious, alert, as if it knows it is being hunted. Below its snow-covered feet, blurred horizontal bands stretch across the composition. Embedded within the bands, a ghostlike image of the fox repeats itself twice, haunting the landscape. A lone, barely discernible tree in the background bears witness to the scene. - See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.IlvcoEg1.dpuf
30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell’s photos trace “diminishing line between man and nature” - See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf
30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell’s photos trace “diminishing line between man and nature” - See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf
30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell’s photos trace “diminishing line between man and nature” - See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf
30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell’s photos trace “diminishing line between man and nature” - See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf
30 Under 30: Hailey Lowe Fennell’s photos trace “diminishing line between man and nature” - See more at: http://www.artsatl.com/2013/09/30-30-hailey-lowe-fennell/#sthash.wuCj3VTl.dpuf

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Outdated. new works by Bethany Collins and Hailey Lowe Fennell

Opening reception Saturday, September 14 - 6-10pm
sept 14-28
closing reception on Sept 28 , 7-9pm

Outdated features new works by Hailey Lowe Fennell and Bethany Collins, which make use of outdated forms of technology and media to reflect the modern world. Whether typewriter salt-licks or film stills, dictionary erasures or chalkboard drawings, both artists focus on the boundaries we create internally and externally through these outdated forms of technology. 

Hailey Lowe Fennell is a multi-media artist focusing on the tension between urbanism and nature, technology and nature, our bodies and the land we live on. She is especially interested in how landscape is portrayed in her film stills and video work - which is often the only element we see of her performative work in nature. Fennell's Machines series questions how technology, nature and modern human nature can coexist.

Bethany Collins is a multi-media artist, originally from Montgomery, AL. Collins’ language-based work highlights the inability of language to fully capture notions of modern racial identity. Rather, text is hidden, revealed, allowed and humored, but rarely settled. Throughout her work, Collins remains interested in the unnerving possibility of multiple meanings, dual perceptions, and limitlessness in the seemingly binary.






Friday, August 23, 2013

Whistle while you work...

WORK
(Observations of occupation)

August 10-August 31, 2013

CLOSING RECEPTION: Sat. August 31, 7-9pm

    Come see artists Ben Goldman and Preston Snyder at work with their new show at Kibbee! Through these "works" the process of working and creating works is depicted.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Dante's Inferno Closing





You won't want to miss our Inferno closing today!!

A variety of talented artists bring you to the depth of hell! This is your last chance to come see the show, so stop by!


Today from 7-9 pm

Friday, July 5, 2013

Don't Forget and Regret...

Don't forget about our back room when you come visit!

Our collection is constantly changing, so you don't want to miss anything good!

The artwork includes so many fantastic artists including (but not limited to): Robert Sherer, Jaynie Crimmins, Suzy Selman, Julianne Trew, Chris Neuenschwander, Aaron Artrip, Jason Kofke, Lisa Tuttle, Liz Webb...... and the list continues. 




Come see the rest! You won't regret it.

Friday, June 28, 2013

 

ELUSIVE PARADISE

Come see the amazing new works of Atlanta's talented artists: Erin Dixon and Katy Malone.

June 1-June 29, 2013
(Closing reception Saturday, June 29, 7-9pm)












               

       These artists have seamlessly integrated different styles and gorgeous layers to create a unique and cohesive body of work. Come visit before time is up!!


     

Monday, April 1, 2013

Vessels

New show at Kibbee -  Vessels  opening April 6, 6-10pm
New figural works by Christine Lu, Asia Matos, and Morgan Victoria. Paintings and drawings by three talented artists, each with a distinctive approach to depicting the human form.

Christine Lu depicts aspect of her life in narrative drawings.

Asia Matos depicts the Human form in layers of oil paint. The figure fade and emerge from the abstracted backgrounds.

Morgan Victoria paints figures on panels of wood. The forms have a strong presence that pops them off the panels.

Three distinct styles, all addressing our Human Condition.  See the show during the month of April at Kibbee Gallery.




Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Reverie - New works by Erin Palovick and Julianne Trew

March Show - Reverie

Reverie features new works by artists Erin Palovick and Julianne Trew. This is a show of organic abstractions. The work is of swirling colors and forms.
 

Read the review of the show at www.artsatl.com
http://www.artsatl.com/2013/03/review-28/







Sunday, February 24, 2013

Robert Sherer and Blood Works

video

A video about Kibbee Gallery artist Robert Sherer and his blood works.  Sherer creates contemporary painting and drawing using human blood.  This is a short and informative piece by fellow Kibbee artist Johnathan Welsh.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Feb show at Kibbee.


Images from the next show, Western Edge. Opening reception is Saturday, Feb 2  6-10 pm.

New Work by Artists from the University of West Georgia

Lauren Browning
Heather Bryant
Tom Butler
Kelli Shea Costley
Charine Dowdell
Jamie Harrison
Donna Hoyle
Alex Ingle
Michael LeBlanc
Chad Loftin
Daniel McMillian
Jasmine Strickland
Brittany Watkins
Daniel Walston
Amanda Weaver


Western Edge features a selection of works from seniors and recent graduates of the Department of Art at the University of West Georgia. Complex and varied in medium, the work ranges from observations about nature and human nature to animal behavior of all kinds. Wry, pointed, layered and beautiful, the combination of works provides a glimpse into the active art scene just west of Atlanta.