Lyndon House Artist Edition Series
Announcing the Fifth Lyndon House Artists Edition Series, October 4
Jazz Hands by Kim Deakins
Wow - that was pretty crazy with no Instagram and Facebook yesterday! Well, we have launched the print sale again!! 100% of the purchase of your Kim Deakins limited edition screen print goes to funding the Teen Clubs! The Arts Center loves our Teens! Teen Cartoon Club, Teen Media Club and Teen Fashion and Sewing Club. Help us continue these wonderful programs!
The Lyndon House Arts Center and Lyndon House Arts Foundation are thrilled to announce the next Lyndon House Artists Edition Series. The fifth artist in our ongoing print edition, Kim Deakins has designed and created a new work with master printer Amanda Burk of Our Lady of Prints. This is a 12” x 15” screen print edition of 50, each available for purchase for $100 plus $20 handling. This sale will be conducted online, first come, first served. The sale will be online only and will begin Monday October 4 at noon.
Kim Deakins grew up in the beautiful cool mountains of north eastern Tennessee and attended East Tennessee State University. In 2007. Kim moved to Athens Georgia in the middle of summer to attend the University of Georgia, Lamar Dodd School of Art. She was awarded a full ride and assistantship to attend UGA. After acclimating to the heat and humidity she quickly grew to love all of the wonderful things Athens Georgia had to offer. She cultivated long lasting relationships with classmates and blossomed in the community.
Kim abandoned her background in naturalistic portrait painting to explore and experiment with new mediums, styles and content. She enjoyed creating colorful and fantastic compositions filled with bizarre creatures and worlds.
During her second year of graduate school she began a tattoo apprenticeship at a local tattoo studio.
In 2016 she opened a private studio in Athens and named it Pink Goblin Tattoo, a playful nod to her love of sci-fi/ fantasy and feminine energy. She now works with two full-time artists, one apprentice and a shop manager.
All proceeds go to the Lyndon House Arts Foundation who raise funds to support the growth and reach of programs ta the Lyndon House Arts Center.
Fall 2020 Announcing the Fourth Lyndon House Artists Edition Series
Untitled (floral) by Samuel Stabler
Print Launch Tuesday October 20, 11:00 am This is an online sale only. Thank you SOLD OUT!
The Lyndon House Arts Center and Lyndon House Arts Foundation are thrilled to announce the next in the Lyndon House Artist Edition Series. The fourth artist in our ongoing print edition program, Samuel Stabler has designed and created Untitled (floral) with master printer Amanda Burk of Our Lady of Prints. This is a 20” x 16” screen print edition of 50, each available for purchase for $120. This sale will be conducted online only, first come, first served. Shipping is available.
Samuel Stabler studied at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London, and the University of Georgia. His work has been exhibited in New York at Garis & Hahn, Dorfman Projects and Gallery; in London at Degree Art Gallery, the Conningsby Gallery and Gallery 60Six in San Francisco, Subliminal Projects Gallery in Los Angeles and around the world from Brussels to Japan. Stabler lives with his family in Athens GA.
“I have been working and reworking found images my entire career as an artist. For everyone, certain images carry a significant amount of importance. The images that stay in my memory come from personal moments, relationships, hobbies, and passion that the get used in my paintings. As a student of art history, many of my images come from great paintings of Old Masters, including in the form or still lives and historical paintings.” – Samuel Stabler
All proceeds go to the Lyndon House Arts Foundation who raise funds to support the growth and reach of programs at the Lyndon House Arts Center. For more information please call 706 613 3623.
Print Launch September 18, 2019
Holly Coulis Limited Edition Print Reveal- The third in our ongoing series of the Lyndon House Arts Center print edition, Holly Coulis art and design, master printer Amanda Burk of Our Lady of Prints. A very limited number available - 34 prints available of an edition of 50. $100. First come, first served. Numbers will be handed out at 5:00 pm until edition is sold out. Purchase sale begins at 5:30. No pre-sales available. You have to be there in person to purchase.
Holly Coulis (b. 1968, Toronto, Ontario) received her BFA from Ontario College of Art and Design, and her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She has had recent solo and group exhibitions at Philip Martin Gallery (Los Angeles, CA); Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery (Brooklyn, NY); University of Georgia (Athens, GA); Sardine (Brooklyn, NY); Paramó (Guadalajara, Mexico); El Museo de los Pintores Oaxaqueños (Oaxaca, Mexico); and Galleria d'Art Moderna (Milan, Italy). Her work has been reviewed in publications such as Artforum, Art in America, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Flaunt Magazine, Hyperallergic, and FT Magazine. Coulis lives and works in Athens, GA.
All proceeds go to the Lyndon House Arts Foundation. Enjoy a glass of wine and celebrate the third in this series.
The Lyndon House Arts Center is thrilled to announce the second Lyndon House Artists Edition Series print. Snakes and Pears by Eleanor Davis, is a limited edition of 100 signed works designed in Davis’s joyful detailed signature line and color.
Snakes and Pears is available for purchase. ($50 + tax and handling - $55.40) 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the print edition goes supporting the programs at the Lyndon House Arts Center and is made possible through the Lyndon House Arts Foundation.
On view through June 2: Pictures and Words with Pictures, is a rare opportunity to view Eleanor Davis’s original works of painting and drawing, many of which became the book covers and illustrations we have come to love.
Davis is a cartoonist and illustrator whose works you can see often in the New Yorker, NY Times Book Review, Oxford American and other prominent publications including the Google Doodles. Her book publications include How to be Happy, Libby’s Dad, You & A Bike & A Road, and most recently Why Art?, published by Fantagraphics.
Eleanor Davis lives and works in Athens and is dedicated to the promotion of a better Athens and works diligently on social justice and equality rights with the local activist group, Athens For Everyone.
For more information please call 706 613 3623. Lyndon House Arts Center is located at 211 Hoyt Street, Athens GA 30601. Lyndon House Arts Center is a facility of the Athens-Clarke County Department of Leisure Services and is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) through the appropriation of the Georgia General Assembly. GCA is a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
THANK YOU TO ALL! THIS FIRST LIMITED EDITION SERIES IS OFFICIALLY SOLD OUT!!!
The Lyndon House Arts Center and Foundation is thrilled to announce the first Lyndon House Artists Edition Series print.
“Resistance” by David Hale, is a limited edition of 100 signed works designed in Hale’s exuberant signature line and color. Gorgeously illustrating the natural balance between beauty and severity, the print will be available for purchase for $50.00 on Saturday, June 3rd from 4- 6pm. Purchases based on availability will continue through out Hale’s exhibit, Beloved Land. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the print edition goes supporting the programs at the Lyndon House Arts Center and is made possible through the Lyndon House Arts Foundation.
Beloved Land goes on view May 27 and runs through July 22. Every aspect of the Beloved Land series echoes David Hale’s love for Athens, Georgia. Hale draws his influence for these multi-media works from the Creek (or Muscogee) Indians, who called this land, between the forks of the Oconee Rivers, Ikunu- tchaka, the Beloved Land. Hale says “It was more than a special place to them, it was Sacred, and they gave their lives to protect it and the creatures that reside upon it.”
The preview event, on June 3, will be an all-day extravaganza, kicking-off with the Patterns in Nature Workshop from 1 – 3pm. Open to ages 12 and older(families are welcome), this drawing class, led by David Hale who will share how the knowledge of our local land and environmental concerns can shape our artistic vision. Registration is required.
At 3:00 pm, historian Steven Scurry will present a talk about Beloved Land.
At 4:00 pm, we will launch the limited edition and enjoy a gallery talk with David Hale.
For more information please call 706 613 3623 ext. 235