12 July 2013 - 6 September 2013 “The thing that is important is the thing that is not seen….” “Here is my secret, a very simple secret. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye.” -Le Petit Prince A thrilling world of mystery, fascination, and appreciation for the beauty in everything…the beauty and delight often hidden amid the chaos of everyday life. The sense of enchantment is an enigmatic source that springs from qualities of an object that are often veiled from view. Each and every one of us experiences the world and all its glory in different ways. This mystery is envisioned and explored in this exhibition by the abstraction of color, rhythm, material, layers, and texture. In art, unveiling the mystery and the depth behind the creativity is the most important element we all search for- what is invisible to the eye.

A Sword of Moonlight; an Imperishable Love
3 May 2013 - 28 June 2013 The title, “A Sword of Moonlight, and Imperishable Love”, embodies, for Callahan McDonough, the nature of her current body of art. That is, one of story and of allegory, that symbolizes her life experiences and are depicted in the images in her paintings. These images are intended by Ms. McDonough to be evocative as if we were cloud gazing at the beach; I see elephants, you see something else. She views art as a projection which invites viewers to delve into, and interpret the piece in their own way, to elicit their own story. The result has the potential to connect our personal experience to the collective whole, calling up a depth of meaning that already exists within each of us.

Atlanta: Lens on Landmarks
21 December 2012 - 09 March 2013 Atlanta: Lens on Landmarks offers us a tour of Atlanta’s familiar and memorable places through images that are at once public and personal, raw and polished, commonplace and remarkably mysterious. We see our city in bright colors, in black and white, as the seasons change, and as, through Rob’s lens, simply printed photographs become monuments.

3 Feet above Sea Level|A Pinhole Exploration of the French Quarter
Sight+Sound Gallery congratulates photographer Terrell Clark on his work with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. Join us Friday, October 12 to experience New Orleans' French Quarter through his unconventional lens with Terrell as our guide. Enjoy light refreshments as Terrell answers your questions and shares his creative process and inspirations.

3 Feet Above Sea Level | A Pinhole Exploration of the French Quarter
Terrell Clark, 20 April - 9 July 2012 Atlanta, Georgia

Like Some Kinda Phreak
Paige Valente, 13 July - 8 September 2012 Atlanta, Georgia