“Industrialism in the Twenty-First Century." The American painter got his start as a photorealist and, of late, has leaned towards the realm of metaphysics. For this group show at Nicole Longnecker Gallery, which is co-curated by modern realists Jan Anders Nelson (Sag Harbor, WA) and Allan Gorman (West Orange, NJ), we'll view works by nine of America’s leading urban realist artists, tied together by the common theme of man-made subjects. United States artists Allan Gorman, Roland Kulla, Stephen Magsig, Jan Anders Nelson, James Ritchie, Joseph Santos and Mark Cervenka are joined by Great Britain's Chris Klein and Canada's Sheryl Luxenburg, some of whom will be in attendance at the opening reception. 5 to 8 p.m. February 25. Continuing 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. February 25 through April 1. 2625 Colquitt. For information, call 346-800-2780 or visit longneckergallery.com. Free.
His paintings are so pristine, so perfect, that a viewer has to look twice to realize they're not photographs. Now a piece by Don Eddy, one of the foremost Realists of the post-war 20th century, will be on view in a new show titled