Comfort Inn & Suites Galleria
2800 Highlands Parkway SE
Smyrna, GA 30082
Phone: (678) 309-1200
Fax: (678) 309-0590
2800 Highlands Parkway SE, Smyrna, GA, US, 30082
- Phone: (678) 309-1200
- Fax: (678) 309-0590
Arts & Museums
Paces Bend Gallery features work by local as well as nationally recognized artists. Located in the Vinings neighborhood, this small yet trendy gallery offers customized framing services as well. The art selection though limited highlights artwork that are elegant. Appointments are recommended before a visit.
Choose from the wide selections of frames that can be customized according to your needs in Smyrna Frame & Art Gallery. If you are unsure, the experienced staff will assist in finding the right one for your precious art. Check out the Thomas Kinkade collections adorning the gallery walls which are considered to be one of the best that the city can offer.
Deljou Art Group is a renowned art gallery in Atlanta for their extensive art selections and elegant frames. Browse through the artworks of well known artists on canvas, paper, prints and photography. Customized frames made by talented artisans that are unique will fit your art pieces giving it an aesthetic look. Unless you are a designer or dealer, you can't take it home with you, but the quality of the art is worth coming out for a casual examination.
Atlanta's vibrant art scene is growing by leaps and bounds, due in great part to such forward-looking spots as SoHo Myriad. This 7000-square-foot (650-square meter) Midtown gallery is home to the works of a wide range of regional and national artists, artfully presented in one of the city's hippest environments. Focusing on transitional and contemporary work in painting, sculpture, photography, glass and fire, and other interesting media, SoHo Myriad sets a high bar for the burgeoning gallery presence in Midtown and metro Atlanta.
Founded in 1968, the world-famous Frabel gallery has become the premier local and international center for glass sculpture and glass blowing artwork. At the gallery, visitors are invited to browse the collection of intricate sculpture, or simply watch as artists create in the studio. The State Gifts and Museum gallery, also located on the premises, showcases replicas of famous sculptures, museums, and celebrities. This active Buckhead studio is a special treat for kids and adults alike, as well as any museum or art enthusiast.
The Fay Gold Gallery is a favorite on the West Side art scene and with good reason. This elegant showroom exhibits one of the city's most impressive collection of cutting edge contemporary works by prominent Southern and national artists. Such distinctive collections as the estates of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe and Louise Nevelson are among the permanent displays, and patrons are always sure to find a taste of the latest emerging trends as well.
No one quite remembers when entrepreneur and artist Lil Friedlander renovated this 48,000 square feet (4460 square meters) former manufacturing plant into an art complex. She started out using the space as a studio for her own work, then opened it up to a few friends. Today, TULA houses numerous commercial showrooms including the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA), and shares space with numerous artist studios. A film and video operation leases an auditorium at the back of the building. Visitors are invited to meet the artists in residence, make purchases or simply bask in the creative aura.
Also known as MOCA GA, the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia was opened in 2000 by Annette Cone-Skelton and David Golden who took it upon themselves to set up a center where Georgia's local artists had a platform to showcase their works. Representing close to 200 artists, the permanent collection boasts of nearly 600 pieces of art which span across folk art, minimalism, paintings and digital pieces too. Check the website calendar for a list of upcoming events.
This gallery puts its focus on the work of the lens, displaying the creative expressions of some of the Southeast's most accomplished and promising photographers. The work of many local craftsmen are on permanent display, offering a spectacular artistic glimpse of the city. Many historical and panoramic views of Atlanta are featured in the collections. Exhibitions change regularly, so call ahead for a current schedule and list of upcoming events.
Founded in 1990 by Ruth Barrett, a talented painter, the Lansdell Galleries is moved up from its humble beginnings in an apartment to a huge converted warehouse. The exposed brick walls and trussed ceilings lend character to this place. The impressive inventory features a wide variety of paintings and sculpture in many styles, including figurative, abstract, landscape, still life and many others. Works by both emerging craftsmen and award-winning established artists are featured in equal number, lending a lively atmosphere of discovery to the place unequaled by most area galleries.
Come visit this eclectic Midtown gallery for a look at the cutting edge of Russian contemporary painting and sculpture. The Gertsev Gallery has over 2000 collections of eminent artists such as Kako Topuriya, Nalbi, Ieva Iltnere and more. It is also a participant in world art fairs and is one of the recognized galleries in the city.
The Millennium Gate beautifully punctuates Midtown to give Atlanta its "Gate City" nickname. The Latin inscription on the facade indicates the structure is a dedication to peaceful accomplishments. The architecture is quintessential of classic Roman triumphal arches replete with sculptural accents and a picturesque landscape. It houses a museum that sprawls over 12,000 square feet (1,100 square meters) and showcases a well-preserved collection of Georgian memorabilia and historical evidence. The period rooms lend a glimpse into life in the 18th Century while digital and technologically interactive displays make for a sophisticated history lesson.