This past Saturday, Missy and I attended the 2nd annual PULASKI STREET ART CRAWL. The art crawl encompassed businesses, offices, and private homes and studios stretched all along the Pulaski Street corridor. As we made our way up and down and around Pulaski Street, we took photos of some of favorite pieces.
The starting point for the crawl was at the old LEATHERS BUILDING - art was scattered throughout the many businesses and offices located in and around the building. It was a chance to explore parts of the Leathers Building we had never been in before...
Sculpture by MAGGIE HORACEK:
There were a buncha paintings surrounding the refreshment table, but I'm not sure who made them...
Paintings by DAN SMITH:
Not sure what artist did this painting of BRITNEY SPEARS (if anyone can let us know who did any of the uncredited works in this post, please feel free to leave a comment or tag the image on our Flickr page...thanks!)
Graph paper pattern drawings by LESLIE SNIPES:
Again, not sure who's painting this is...
Cool mixed-media pieces by COBRA MCVEY:
Painting by TREVOR OXLEY:
Drawings and paintings by ANTHONY STANISLAV-WISLAR and LESLIE SNIPES:
Humor in the parking lot:
Across the street from the Leathers Building we spotted the TICKET BOOTH from the KISHI BASHI video for his song "BRIGHT WHITES":
Paintings by MANDA MCKAY:
We found the RUBBER SOUL CLOWN CLUB CAR parked just outside the Rubber Soul Yoga Studio:
We walked up the street from the Leathers Building to see the MARIA DONDERO'S studio for her MARMALADE POTTERY. Missy really liked the LITTLE CASTLE that was by the pond outside the studio...
Painting by DON COOPER hanging inside of Chatham Murray's house:
We headed over to the ARTINI ART LOUNGE to see the GEORGIA SCULPTORS' SOCIETY EXHIBITION along with the PROJECT SAFE PAINTING EXHIBIT...
We really liked these ICE CREAM CONE SCULPTURES:
We ended the night touring the BROAD STREET STUDIOS, where art students from the University of Georgia generously opened up their studios for the art crawl. Being there made both me and Missy wish we were back in art school again...