For those seeking to brighten their homes and lives with original art, Gregg Irby Gallery is the renowned contemporary fine art destination for discovering regionally and nationally acclaimed artists. Let us introduce them to you and demonstrate why we were named “Best Gallery” in Atlanta by Modern Luxury Interiors Magazine. Located in the heart of Atlanta’s Westside creative district, Gregg Irby Gallery is not your typical art gallery. With 40 artists represented, more than 300 paintings and works on paper hang in the airy, industrial space with high ceilings, vintage French doors and concrete floors. Our team welcomes visitors as guests, rather than clients, encouraging them to casually explore at their own pace. The works on display – colorful, approachable, and livable – mirror the gallery’s overall philosophy that original art should be neither distancing nor intimidating, but made available to inspire us all. Our passion and motivation is to launch truly talented and hardworking artists and to present established artists as they should be experienced. In our 20 years of curating, Gregg Irby Gallery has proven to be the source for discovering original artwork that will resonate for years to come.
MEET THE TEAM
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On the top of a hill nestled beneath old Atlanta oak trees, Stephanie lives with her family in a charming and traditional white house where guests are greeted by their energetic Frenchie & darling yellow lab. On one end of the house is a light-filled sunroom that serves as Stephanie’s studio. Blooming hydrangeas are visible
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Elaine Burge beautifully captures children (even your four-legged children!) in playful, colorful settings, creatively using pattern to create visual interest. Her favorite part – one that usually comes toward the end – is putting the final touches on the eyes, because she feels those are truly the window
We know dad is always hard to shop for! The Westside has a plethora of fun options for all price points. We invite you to peruse our top picks below, & have fun!!
1. White Cap by Anne McLeod | Gregg Irby Gallery 2. The Mixing Glass Set | Hudson Grace 3. Untamed Order by Sara Cameli |
a BIG “thank you,”
to all who came to celebrate our amazing featured artists for the group landscape show, “Sacred Places”.
^^ photos by Tisha Shuffield ^^
We had so much fun kicking off Spring with a group show featuring landscape paintings through the lens of 7 different artists. Thank you to our friends
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landscape paintings through the lens of 7 different artists
SARA CAMELI + THOMASA SEYMOUR + KAY FLIERL
SALLY BOYD + JILL HOLLAND + RAE BROYLES + RITVA PORTER
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Gregg Irby Gallery presents its 9th annual Masterpiece & Its Minis show. Swing by the Westside to check out all the latest arrivals at the Gallery
New arrivals by Renee Bouchon
New arrivals by Erin McIntosh
New arrivals by Kristin Blakeney
New arrivals by Sally Powell Boyd
Gregg Irby Gallery presents a solo show featuring Erin McIntosh’s meditations on color and composition. This collection explores the relationship between palette and composition and reveals how a singular vision can connect across various formal languages.
Join Erin for drinks and little bites and check out all of her latest paintings
Lynn’s abstract works are impulsive, immediate and strong and convey her own struggle with impatience. The pieces begin with mediums that allow her to create textural surface, and as the paintings progress, the intuitive nature of her process begins. Each work is layered with acrylic paints, inks, glazes and other mediums. Colors are added
works on canvas
works on canvas & paper
works on canvas & paper
works on linen
Have you been painting from the start, or did you develop your skills later in life?
I’ve always had an interest in art since my youth, but just as a “spectator.” I never took up a brush until 2008, so I’m definitely a “later in life” painter. I also have no formal art training