On Friday, we had to take Bow, our beloved giant horse painting off its stretcher bars. Bow is currently on its way to Chicago, to live at Del Frisco’s Grille. Bow has been with us for many years, and it was bittersweet to watch it go.
Anyway, here’s a fun little time lapse of us taking the giant canvas off of the stretcher and getting it ready to go.
Mason Murer is pleased to announce our new show opening on November 9th to benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
We are asking that all patrons help support the Atlanta Community Food Bank by contributing a new, unwrapped toy for a child in need or making a donation to the Atlanta Community Food Bank as the suggested cost of admission.
Artists in our November line up include painters Teresa Fischer, Robert Marx, Luke Allsbrook, Virginia Parker, William Entrekin, Jeanie Tomanek, Keiko Gonzales, newcomer Spencer Herr, and our very own Ashley Surber. We will also be having a SCAD MFA thesis show by painter and sculptor Paul Light Jr. titled Abstract Quintessence. Also showing are mixed media artists Pam Moxley and Terri Dilling, photographer Andrew Michael Phillips, and drawing masters Paul Cadden and Lance McBride.
November is also National Epilepsy Awareness Month. In conjunction with the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia, we will be displaying the artwork of people living with epilepsy during the opening.
The show will open with an artist’s reception on Friday, November 9th from 7 to 10 pm and will run through the end of 2012.
The Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series is coming to Atlanta with a show at Mason Murer. Artist’s can submit their work HERE, for a chance to show at Mason Murer, Miami Basel, and Rush Arts Gallery in New York City. Submissions are open through August 24, 2012. Make sure you don’t miss this amazing opportunity!