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At 11 a.m. on Wednesday Sarah Emerson’s mural looked like 2,000 square feet of empty gray, striped with red doodles.

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At 11 a.m. on Wednesday Sarah Emerson’s mural looked like 2,000 square feet of empty gray, striped with red doodles.

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ajc on August 9th, 2012

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s 2012-13 season brochure trumpets “magic moments” where “time stands still” and “your heart and mind are tuned only to the aching beauty and unbounded serenity of the world’s greatest music.” But behind the scenes, as the ASO approaches the opening of its 68th season on Oct.

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Most men could only hope to be dubbed a knight in shining armor. For 23-year-old Clint Mally, it’s simply a job description.

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Martha Whittington is a sculptor who has, at times, lost herself in the tactile, dramatic properties of her medium, falling in love with material for material’s sake.

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A performance piece about real estate? Well, yes. Our homes, and all that they represent to us, are the themes of “Threshold,” an original multimedia work at the intersection of dance and architecture.

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Longtime Atlanta painter Rocio Rodriguez takes an admirable change of tack in her latest solo show at Sandler Hudson Gallery by focusing on drawing.

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Portland, Ore.-based photographer Holly Andres balances humor, artifice and a feeling of menace in her show “The Fall of Spring Hill,” on view at Jackson Fine Art.

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Longtime Atlanta painter Rocio Rodriguez takes an admirable change of tack in her latest solo show at Sandler Hudson Gallery by focusing on drawing.

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Longtime Atlanta painter Rocio Rodriguez takes an admirable change of tack in her latest solo show at Sandler Hudson Gallery by focusing on drawing.

Continue reading about Leading painter’s latest show focuses on drawings