Of all the things there are to do and see in North Georgia, from hiking to tubing to panning for gold, there is one activity that goes back further in history than the first rush for nuggets - pottery.
Italy. Known for its scenic villages, decadent architecture and iconic religious overtones, it has for centuries been a Mecca for artists seeking inspiration. But for artist Jim Chapman, he brought inspiration with him - his wife Marta. In fact, it was because of Marta that the couple ventured to Italy in the first place. The resulting burst of creativity was purely secondary. So when the Quinlan Visual Arts ...
Through cryptic messages, dark imagery and bold colors, the late artist, filmmaker and terrorism expert J. Bowyer Bell put his images of terrorism to canvas which will be the new exhibit, "Terror: A Right Brain Left Brain View."