Fay Gold hosting art-filled moving sale
Attention, art shoppers: Fay Gold, a grand dame of the Atlanta art scene, will host a moving sale at her Buckhead home this weekend.
All sorts of artsy stuff will be available 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday and Saturday from the holdings of Gold, who apparently is downsizing to new digs.
The exact location of the sale will be listed after 9 a.m. Thursday at www.estatesales.net/estate-sales/304023.aspx.
Here’s the inventory that’s listed there:
“Entire contents – Beautiful Kawai baby grand piano, Jean-Michel Frank style 11 ft table, set of 8 (1950’s) vintage Norman Cherner pretzel chairs, Warren MacArthur table/4 chairs, large scale early Radcliffe Bailey, Joe Peragine, Thornton Dial, Ginny Ruffner glass, Robert Jessup drawings, Tony Hernadaz [sic], Marlene Rose Buddha …
“Prs. of leather and club chairs, set of 4 1950’s leather & chrome chairs, industrial expresso [sic] machine, many misc modern sofas, chairs, coffee tables, king size bed with upholstred [sic] headboard, desks, contemporary bedroom furniture, African art, costume jewelry, racks of women’s clothing, many paintings, black & white photography and sculptures, Mose Tolliver, RA Miller, ZB Armstrong. Much household and misc.” HOWARD POUSNER
Helping artists sustain careers
WonderRootcq arts center in Reynoldstown has announced the first Walthall Artist Fellowship honorees, a career development program for metro Atlanta visual and performance artists at pivotal points in their careers. The 2012-13 fellows are: Kevin Byrd, Bethany Collins, In Kyoung Choi Chung, Corian Ellisor, Helen Hale, Roni Nicole Henderson, Sean Hilton, Sergei Isaenko, Andre Keichian, Michael Klapthor, Deborah Sosower and Rachel Stoker.
The 12 will participate in a year of symposia, peer-learning, mentorships, a residency on Ossabaw Island and a group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia.
“We are committed to the impact each of their visions and trajectories will make in Atlanta and beyond, and hope to magnify their impact by providing resources and relationships,” Maggie Ginestra, WonderRoot’s new creative director, said in a statement. HOWARD POUSNER