Meet the Artists Reception for the “Nature Angled” Art Exhibit Now Open at Callaway Gardens

Apr 22, 2015


Rachel M. Crumbley | Director of Marketing and Public Relations | Callaway Gardens
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Meet the Artists Reception for the “Nature Angled” Art Exhibit Now Open at Callaway Gardens

See Nature From Each Artists’ Perspective in Photography, Paint, Glass, and Handmade Paper

PINE MOUNTAIN, GA (4/20/2015) – Meet the eight artists whose works are featured in the “Nature Angled” exhibition now open in the Exhibit Hall of the Callaway Gardens Discovery Center.  All eight artists will be making themselves available for questions, to discuss their techniques, or anything else guests would like to ask on Saturday, April 25, 2015, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Each artist has focused on a different aspect of nature and interpreted his or her view using art or craft.  The mediums chosen by the artists include handmade paper, glass, paint, pen and ink drawings, and photography.

The eight Georgia artists featured in this exhibit include:

David Bell - Photographer whose work celebrates the natural architecture found in the western national parks
Reginald Erawok - Photographer whose pictures depict the lakes in Ghana West Africa
Barbara Johns - Photographer whose work details close ups of beautiful flowers
Richard Levy - Photographer whose work displays the reptiles ad insects
Hung Nyugen - Glass Artist (apprenticed under Hans Godo Frabel) whose glass sculptures depict flowers
Errol Tomlinson - Painter (acrylics, pen and ink) whose work show the flora and fauna in Jamaica
Karl Warden - Photographer whose work explores the shapes and forms of trees
Mona Waterhouse - Handmade paper artist whose work takes small seeds and seed pods and turns them into fanciful sculptures

The Bright Ring Foundation, a non-profit organization made up of many talented individuals who volunteer their time and energy to help artists and craftsmen, curated the exhibit.  The Foundation’s mission is to offer education and tools needed to enhance earning potential, identifying both traditional and non-traditional income sources for the artists and to educate the public about the value of arts and crafts in our culture.

A variety of artwork can be purchased through the Callaway Discovery Gift Shop.

The exhibit is available now through June from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Admission to Callaway Gardens is $20 per adult; $10 per child ages 6 to 12. Children age 5 and younger are admitted for free.

Callaway Gardens is in Pine Mountain, Ga., 60 minutes southwest of Atlanta and 30 minutes north of Columbus.  For additional information or photographs please visit or call 1.800.463.6990.




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