It is with deep regret that we announce the cancelation of this year’s event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Although we had hoped to move the festival to a fall date, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone until next year.

 

The 85th Atlanta Dogwood Festival is scheduled to take place in Piedmont Park April 9-11, 2021.

We may be taking a hiatus this year, but we look forward to being back next spring to bring together the community and provide a reason to celebrate.

Atlanta High School Art Exhibition

Oct. 11-24, 2020

11 a.m. – 6 p.m. weekdays
11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
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Ponce City Market

Welcome the Atlanta Dogwood Festival

The 85th Atlanta Dogwood Festival will take place in Piedmont Park April 9-11, 2021.

Artist Market Award Winners

Congratulations to last year’s winners! Thanks to all of the artists who participated.

An Atlanta staple for over 80 years, there is something for everyone at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival. Virtually every kind of art imaginable is represented at the festival, with a nationally renowned, juried Fine Artist Market that includes sculpture, paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography and much more.

LATEST NEWS

January 11th, 4:06 pm

Artist Spotlight – John Ha, Garden Grove , CA
JHA is more creative and productive than ever. Some new artwork includes favorites like Traditional Koi, Space Pandas, Textural Abstracts, Quarantine Bunny with 24K TP, Zebra Print Mask, Blue Ice, Boom Boxes and Guitars. The images are created by multi-layers of mixed media techniques. The geometric color patterns imply space and movement.
Utilizing his 01′ BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), JHA creates Pop Art pieces that are whimsical and exhibit awesomeness.
JHA’s Artwork is colorfully modern and attempts to capture a positive energy through a spectrum of colors. See more and purchase at johnhungha.com/
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Artist Spotlight – John Ha, Garden Grove , CA
JHA is more creative and productive than ever. Some new artwork includes favorites like Traditional Koi, Space Pandas, Textural Abstracts, Quarantine Bunny with 24K TP, Zebra Print Mask, Blue Ice, Boom Boxes and Guitars. The images are created by multi-layers of mixed media techniques. The geometric color patterns imply space and movement. 
Utilizing his 01′ BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), JHA creates Pop Art pieces that are whimsical and exhibit awesomeness. 
JHA’s Artwork is colorfully modern and attempts to capture a positive energy through a spectrum of colors. See more and purchase at https://johnhungha.com/

December 28th, 1:56 pm

Artist Spotlight - Kimmy Cantrell, College Park, GA
Kimmy enjoys developing fresh variations on several recurring themes: faces, still lifes, nudes and fish. Kimmy uses many forms to tell his stories, from free standing sculptures to still life collages. He uses asymmetry to challenge traditional definitions of beauty. “I want to show the beauty within flaws,” he explains. “Imperfections tell stories that are far more compelling than perfection.” See more and purchase at www.kimart.com
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Artist Spotlight - Kimmy Cantrell, College Park, GA 
Kimmy enjoys developing fresh variations on several recurring themes: faces, still lifes, nudes and fish. Kimmy uses many forms to tell his stories, from free standing sculptures to still life collages. He uses asymmetry to challenge traditional definitions of beauty. “I want to show the beauty within flaws,” he explains. “Imperfections tell stories that are far more compelling than perfection.” See more and purchase at http://www.kimart.com

December 17th, 1:15 pm

Artist Spotlight - Signe and Genna Grushovenko have been married since 1999 and collaborating for nearly as long. Genna begins their process by applying rich layers of pattern and tone to gessoed masonite or linen supports. Signe then selects an inspiration image from their extensive collection of vintage found photos, draws with oil pastel atop the abstract underlayer using the photo for reference, and completes the image with blocky 'panes' of oil color.
The final results of their collaboration are multi-layered paintings with deep surfaces, crisp at first glance but rewarding the careful viewer with an undercurrent of complex tonality and colorplay.
See more and purchase at www.grushovenko.com/
They are currently featured at dk Gallery in Marietta. dk Gallery
Stop by and take a look.
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Artist Spotlight - Signe and Genna Grushovenko have been married since 1999 and collaborating for nearly as long. Genna begins their process by applying rich layers of pattern and tone to gessoed masonite or linen supports. Signe then selects an inspiration image from their extensive collection of vintage found photos, draws with oil pastel atop the abstract underlayer using the photo for reference, and completes the image with blocky panes of oil color.
The final results of their collaboration are multi-layered paintings with deep surfaces, crisp at first glance but rewarding the careful viewer with an undercurrent of complex tonality and colorplay.
See more and purchase at https://www.grushovenko.com/
They are currently featured at dk Gallery in Marietta. https://www.facebook.com/dkGallery
Stop by and take a look.

December 14th, 12:59 pm

Artist Spotlight – Kendra Runnels, Augusta, GA
Kendra creates mixed media pieces of artwork depicting dreamlike, nostalgic and natural scenes using a combination of collage, pattern, texture and layers of acrylic paint. Subjects vary a great deal from people walking in the rain, street/location scenes to animals and nature. But the thread of similarity throughout her pieces are the collaging of pages from old books, sheet music and other found papers into my artwork. See more and purchase at www.kendrastudios.com/
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Artist Spotlight – Kendra Runnels, Augusta, GA
Kendra creates mixed media pieces of artwork depicting dreamlike, nostalgic and natural scenes using a combination of collage, pattern, texture and layers of acrylic paint. Subjects vary a great deal from people walking in the rain, street/location scenes to animals and nature. But the thread of similarity throughout her pieces are the collaging of pages from old books, sheet music and other found papers into my artwork. See more and purchase at https://www.kendrastudios.com/

December 7th, 1:02 pm

Artist Spotlight - David Russell from Camden, South Carolina, creates beautiful hand blown glass pieces decorated with zanfirico canes giving a woven
appearance and colored glass filigree spiraling throughout the form. See more and purchase at russellartglass.com
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Artist Spotlight - David Russell from Camden, South Carolina, creates beautiful hand blown glass pieces decorated with zanfirico canes giving a woven 
appearance and colored glass filigree spiraling throughout the form. See more and purchase at http://russellartglass.comImage attachmentImage attachment
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