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Detail of watercolor by Claudia Jernigan

June 5th & 6th: Irvindale Studio Summer Sale
featuring pARTiculars Claudia Jernigan and Debra Lynn Gold

Saturday, June 4 from 10 AM to 8 PM 
Sunday, June 5 from Noon to 5 PM
Jaynie Crimmins - Mixed Media Work
Debra Lynn Gold - Silver and Aluminum Jewelry
Marianne van der Haar - Paintings
Regina Imbsweiler - Gold and Silver Jewelry
Claudia Jernigan - Paintings
Phillip Mosier - Photography
Gerry Sattele - Sculpture and Drawings
Alan Vaughn - Paintings and Drawings
Neil Walden - Furniture and Wooden Articles
Diana White - Quilts and Fabric Accessories
Stella Wissner - Clay Sculpture and Garden Accessories
DIRECTIONS: From Peachtree Industrial (1.3 miles inside I-285); East on Broad street to Chamblee Post Office,
North on Irvindale 1 block, follow signs to the studio at 2217 Irvindale Drive, Chamblee, GA, 30341

April 3 - 29, 2011: "From Conception"
Atlanta Public Library
One Margaret Mitchell Square, Lower Level
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 7th, 6-8pm

Particular Women Artists track the creation of a new piece from conception to completion.
We will exhibit the process as well as the product, i.e., how the work evolves from original
idea to sketch to working drawings to finished artwork. Also included in this exhibition,
In Memorium, selected works by Patricia Hetzler.

Details below and as a PDF for distribution.
flyer about the exhibit with photos of the artists

Past pARTicular exhibits included...

October, 2007:
pARTicular Women Artists: "Current View"
Public Library, downtown Atlanta

April, 2007:
Mona Waterhouse and Pam Beagle-Daresta
Cultural Arts Center ~ Douglasville, GA
Information: 770-949-ARTS (2787)

September 27 thru October 28, 2005:
a multi-media exhibit of the members of the Women's Caucus for Art of Georgia.
LOCATION: Fine Arts Building Gallery, Georgia Perimeter College, 555 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston, GA
September 27 thru October 28, 2005

EXHIBITORS included the following PWA members:
Marilynn Brandenburger
Gillian Gussack
Patricia Hetzler
Barbara Robinson
Mona Waterhouse

November, 2004 - January, 2005:
Patricia Hetzler
"Little Things Mean A Lot"
November 19, 2004 - January 15, 2005
A veritable "Who's Who" of the Georgia art scene
from Helen Alexander to Xenia Zed,
including PWA Patricia Hetzler.
Swan Coach House Gallery, 3130 Slaton Drive NW
in the Buckhead area of Atlanta
APRIL, 2005 Group Exhibition:
Visions of Hope, Nature & Creativity
Nancy Albertson
Serey Andree
Marilynn Brandenburger
Cary Cleaver
Pamela Beagle-Daresta
Margaret Estes
Alicia Griswold
Gillian Gussack
Claudia Jernigan
Janice Metzel
Flora Rosefsky

A diversity of media, styles, and voices...

Presented by Allied Arts for Milledgeville &
Baldwin County, Georgia, at the beautiful
John Marlor Art Center
201 N. Wayne Street
Milledgeville, GA

Link to MapQuest for this location

Opening Reception was Sunday, April 3rd, 2-4 pm
The exhibition ran through the GACAA Conference May 1-3,
and closed on May 4th.

Exhibit organized by pARticular artists
Pam Beagle-Daresta and Maggie Estes.
Pam Beagle-Daresta's work Maggie Estes' work

September 24th - November 13th, 2004:
A group show of new work by
pARTicular Women Artists

Georgia Heritage Center for the Arts
Hwy 441 North, Tallulah Falls, GA
info & map:
Opening Reception was:
Saturday, October 2, 1-3 pm
with refreshments and music
Marilynn Brandenburger's work featured on post card announcing the show
May & June, 2004:
Nan Albertson
"The Flower Show"
Nan Albertson showed all-new, gorgeous digital photographs of flowers in an exhibit at the Cultural Arts Center.
Photograph by Nan AlbertsonPhotograph by Nan Albertson"Poppies"
digital photography by Nan Albertson

April, 2004:
Stephanie Smith
Prints, Illustrations & Artists Books
by Three Georgia Women Printmakers
including Debrah Santini & Mariana Depetris

Cultural Arts Center, 8652 Campbellton Street

Exit #36 off of I-20, go north to 8652 Campbellton Street
Info: or 770-949-ARTS

November-December, 2003:
Marilynn Brandenburger

Marilynn's "Trilogy" was accepted into the 17th annual National Juried Exhibition at the Cultural Art Center in Douglasville, which ran through December 19th. The gallery is open weekdays, 9am - 5pm, and Sunday afternoons, 1-5pm. Admission is free. The arts center is located at 8652 Campbellton Street: go north from exit #36 off of I-20. For more info: 770-949-ARTS, Laura Lieberman, Executive Director.

The juror was Jerry Cullum, Senior Editor of Art Papers Magazine since 1997, and art critic for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Marilynn's work was one of 47 pieces selected from more than 150 submittions by 50 artists working in six states and throughout Georgia. Marilynn's husband's photography is also featured in this exhibition - and was one of the Juror's choices.

Trilogy by Marilynn Brandenburger

November, 2003:
Gillian Gussack

Gus Gussack opened a solo show at Georgia Perimeter College gallery in Clarkston on October 30th with a reception from 5:00 -8:00pm. Halloween garb was encouraged at the opening! The exhibition is entitled, "Laughing Ladies" and represents two year's of work, including a series of colored pencil portraits, masks and figure sculpture finished in watercolor and colored pencil.

The Perimeter College gallery is located in the Fine Arts Building F at the corner of N. Indian Creek and Memorial College Ave. Directions: Take 285 to exit 41 Memorial Drive.Go east. About 1 mile outside the Perimeter, turn left on Memorial College Ave. past the Dekalb County Stadium. Another left onto N. Indian Creek and the Fine Arts Building is on your left. The gallery is on the first floor.

Janice L. Metzel,
Art Concepts Unlimited

Janice's art work is featured on the November 2003 cover of Luxury Home Builder magazine! Visit this website to see interior views.
"Key elements of this luxury home near Atlanta, including the mosaic-accented fireplace that serves as the focal point of the great room, function as art within a compositional whole," builder/architect Randy Schwartz says. He calls the work "artchitecture."

October - December, 2003:
Flora Rosefsky

"Releasing the Dove"
Meet the Artists Reception November 6, 6:30-9pm

From October 15 through December 21, 2003, you can see works by three Atlanta artists - Flora Rosefsky, Evan Levy, and Miriam Karp - at the Fine Family Art Gallery of the Marcus Jewish Community Center, Zaban Park, 5342 Tilly Mill Road. Gallery Hours: Sunday 1-6pm, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 1-9pm. Info: 770-395-2614.

October, 2003: Ande Cook

In October of 2003, Ande Cook's paintings were on exhibit at the Art Station, at Big Shanty Park in Kennesaw. Hours are Mon-Thur 10-9, Fri 10-5, Sat 9-1, from Oct.1-31. The gallery, a division of Cobb County Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs, is located in a restored historic property at 2050 Kennesaw Due West Road. For information, call Michael Wright, director, at 770-514-5930.

photo of the gallery

July - September, 2003: Gus & Flora

Janice L. Metzel, Gillian "Gus" Gussack and Flora Rosefsky were part of "Taken From Within," a juried show at the Fine Family Art Gallery, Marcus JCC of Atlanta, located at Zaban Park, 5342 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody, GA, from July 16 - September 14, 2003.

Gus exhibited two sculptures, and Flora exhibited "60," a cut-paper piece reflecting this decade of her life. Janice, an established sculptor and new member of pARTicular Women, exhibited "Good Friends and Cheerful Conversation" a bronze pedestal. Other artists in this exhibit were: Leonard Bock, Aleta Ellin, Judie Jacobs, Dee Venzer and Howard Wurtzel. Exhibition contact person: Kim Goodfriend, Director, MJCC Department of Arts and Entertainment: (770) 395-2614. Gallery hours: Sun. 1-6 pm, Tues., Wed., & Thurs. 1-9 pm.; closed on Jewish holidays. MJCCA's website: MJCCA general information phone number: (770) 396-3250.

September, 2003: Pam & Cary

Pam Beagle-Daresta and Cary Cleaver exhibited together in September at the Art Startion/Big Shanty in Kennesaw. The show, entitled "Nature's Edges / Artists' Edges", featured watercolors and pastels by Pam paired with hand-colored photography by Cary.

post card for exhibition

August, 2003: Patricia Hetzler

Pat Hetzler's work was included in "Shadows: Interrupted Light," a juried show presented by genema gallery, located in Suite 101 of Christ Church Presbyterian, 81 Peachtree Park Drive (just north of Piedmont Hospital, across from Bennett St.) in Atlanta. The show hung through August 31st and was accompanied by a sermon series on the theme. New gallery hours: Sundays, 12-1 pm; Friday, July 25th, 7-9 pm; Friday, August 29th, 7-9 pm; or call for an appointment: 404-605-0505.

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