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Local Artists’ Works Featured at The Well, Phoenix & Dragon

Jul 01, 2024 06:00AM ● By Staff

The Garden (Photo: Marion Bodner)

The Well of Roswell is featuring the intuitive paintings of Marion Bodner from June 10 to September 13. Known for her vibrant use of acrylics and mixed media, Bodner creates abstract art that expresses her emotions rather than specific ideas.

Bodner, who also teaches Intuitive Painting at The Well of Roswell, draws inspiration from her background as a preschool teacher. “Teaching young children taught me to embrace creativity and let my imagination guide my art,” Bodner says. Her works are renowned for their vivid colors and powerful strokes, reflecting the spontaneity and freedom of her creative process.

The exhibit is free and open to the public. For more information, call 770-552-8980 or visit The Well of Roswell is located at 900 Old Roswell Lakes Pkwy #300 in Roswell.

Forget me not 

(Photo: Abigail Carawan)

Through July 28, the Phoenix and Dragon Bookstore is presenting the May Day Show. Curator Rachel Mara has collaborated with Professor Robert Sherer and Art Career Mentor Services (ACMS) to feature artists from Kennesaw State University, including Abigail Carawan and Amber Barnes. Carawan’s works are known for their curves and tiny details that delight the eye. “The subtle imageries of Abigail’s vibrant watercolor flower studies invite the viewer to ponder one’s own interconnectedness with the life cycle,” says Mara.

Barnes, a printmaker, explores themes of deep feminine connection through her works. “Her aquatint and digital prints of goddesses reveal her understanding of things both hidden and revealed,” explains Mara.

For more information, call 555-123-4567 or visit The Phoenix and Dragon Bookstore is located at 5531 Roswell Rd. in Atlanta.
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