The Garden Gallery is Wild Arts Collective's ongoing outdoor artist platform.
Our summer Garden Gallery show series is an ever-evolving nature-based experience designed to connect artists and acrobats with the earth.
Wild Art's Collective's Garden Gallery serves as a nexus for flyers, painters, fire artists, and gardeners alike. Centered near the Rail Trail Cafe, Stone Mountain Farm's dance stage, and 5th Wall's outdoor fly stage, the Garden Gallery plays host to a variety of people passionate about art and the environment.
Each show features a rotating display of visual art curated by Amelia Modlin. If you are interested in displaying your art or hosting a makers workshop please email us here.
Please help us respect this artist's oasis by respecting our neighbors and acting as stewards of the land.
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About the Show
Memories from the Abyss consists of abstract drawings on handmade paper with colored pencil and gouache. These works reference our environments uncertain future with warming temperatures and more frequent natural disasters each year on an over populated planet.
About the Artist
Haley Clancy Inyart received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Art and Design with a focus in Drawing at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Haley has been included in multiple group, juried and invitational exhibitions across the United States and she has recently had solo exhibitions at The Governor French Gallery titled ‘Fridges and Freezers’ and at the Dimensions Gallery titled ‘More Meat More Problems’. Haley is currently Co-Director of The In Art Gallery while pursuing her Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of Arkansas - Fayetteville in Drawing.
Artists: Merritt Barnwell, Hannah Boettcher, Kate Cohen, Vidya Cowsik Santosh, Amelia Modlin, Nathan Ratcliffe, Annie Sarachan
Connected through a shared mentor this past winter, this group of artists spent an intensive week together on Zoom exploring collage, photomontage, and other techniques that could be done with found materials at a small kitchen table during stay-at-home precautions. This collectively-curated exhibition is an interactive exploration into our constructions of reality.
What will you find in the garden?
How Are We Different?
On any given weekend at the Wild Arts Collective, you might stumble upon an art show/workshop, a horticultural demonstration, guided nature walks, flying trapeze artists catching as the sun sets, live folk music at the cafe, fire-spinning performances, impromptu DJ dance parties under starlight,
or an epic bonfire.
Our family-friendly list of experiences are ever-changing, accessible, and affordable.
Please help us share this with others by respecting the land we call home in a "Leave No Trace" manner, and consider donating your time to our Carbon Negative/Community Positive ethos.
For more info on volunteering or work-trade opportunities click here.
The Garden Gallery serves as a platform to lift up our community.
Interested in displaying your art, hosting a workshop or performing at Wild Arts?
As a collectively run space, we are grateful for all kinds of support.
How would you like to be involved?