Bill Lowe Gallery Installation, Kathleen Morris works on Canvas, Boukil works on Panel/Steel
Bill Lowe Gallery is happy to now be a part of the Miami Circle Arts & Design District. For years Miami Circle has been one of Atlanta’s top shopping destinations. It is one of the few places in the city where you can find an extensive and diverse selection of galleries and shops to suit any home décor need. While the shops provide high end retail, the atmosphere is far from stuffy. There is a casual and inviting air about Miami Circle that welcomes everyone.
This kinetic concentration of kaleidoscopic and creative entities is a one-of-a-kind community in Atlanta. The street is filled with opportunities to glimpse into other times, different places and varied frames of mind expressed in art, furnishings, home improvement, activities – from ballroom dancing to cross-training fitness and “couture bowling” – to eclectic dining at Eclipse Di Luna, the South’s finest tapas restaurant, and more. One can easily spend several hours – or the entire day – roaming through the endless array of visual stimulation.
Bill Lowe Gallery Installation From Left: Thornton Dial Early Works , Banama Tribe – Boli, Pierre-Marie Brisson works on Canvas
For Bill Lowe Gallery, this relaxed atmosphere was a key factor when deciding to make the move to Miami Circle: “My decision to move to Miami Circle was inspired by a desire to lend additional support to the evolution of this street as the heart of the Atlanta’s Arts District. I was also interested in creating a more accessible and user-friendly experience of high-art in the cultural capital of the South.”
Jung Kwang Sik granite works, Bamana Tribe – Boli
Bill Lowe Gallery is eager to invite old and new friends to this amazing new space. On Saturday, June 21st – the Summer Solstice – we welcome the official start of summer with an innovative approach to the experience of art. We will host an Open House at our beautiful new gallery at 764 Miami Circle, Suite 210, from Noon until 5 PM.
The gallery will provide traffic police to make certain your access to Miami Circle is unencumbered and that you find your way to the gallery location with ease. We are located at the very end of the street in the 764 Building. You must enter the front of the 764 Building (where the numbers are) and proceed down the wide central corridor to our front door.
We encourage you to peruse the shops that strike your interest while on the street. It is our hope that you and your family will drop in to savor the magnificent art, easy conversation and excellent food/drink on Saturday, June 21st, from 12 Noon until 5 PM. Please feel free to bring your friends and neighbors.
From Left: Susannah Zucker – Life Support – Ceramic and Elk Bones, Bill Lowe – Owner, Pierre-Marie Brisson – Scarletts – Mixed Media on Canvas (photo credit: Phil Bekker http://www.bekker.com)