I have lived in Georgia most of my life. Although I have discovered a great love for seeing the places and people that make up our Beautiful World, it is honestly hard for me to imagine calling any other place home. And quite naturally living here, it is no huge surprise that Georgia features heavily in my art portfolio. I stumbled over my love of art while feeding my travel bug, but it was in the streets and landscapes of Georgia that I really exercised the crafting of my work and found my voice as an artist.
Considering my own history, it is hard to be impartial about Georgia. On one hand, I am thoroughly convinced that part of developing an artistic eye is learning to find beauty in unexpected places. But on the other, Georgia seems to be to be an uncommonly beautiful place with an amazing diversity. Georgia’s landscapes run the gamut from the beaches of coastal Georgia to the Appalachian landscapes of North Georgia. Traveling from one end of the state from the other is an experience ranging from sleepy rural towns to the large metro area of Atlanta. Having grown up in one of those sleepy towns and lived in Atlanta, I have appreciation for both ends of that spectrum. And I believe that fondness shows in the vibrant Georgia prints I have in this print gallery.
Whether you have called Georgia home, too, or you have a fondness for beautiful rural landscapes and scenic places, I am confident you will enjoy the Georgia artwork I have picked to share here. I know it’s a bit corny, but I do consider each of these prints to be a little love letter to the place I call home. It has been a pleasure seeing and capturing the beauty of Georgia. And the fact that many of these prints are hanging on other people’s walls is simply a privilege and a compliment.
Thank you to those who have purchased in the past and thank you in advance to those who choose to take a little piece of my Georgia into their homes and places of business.
Your interest in my artwork is most appreciated!
The art you decorate with is something that you will look at for years to come. This is true whether it is wall art for your home or a public space in your place of business. Paint colors may come and go, but the artwork often outlives the rest of your decor choices.
That is why I am more than happy to answer any of your questions. Whether you want to know more about a specific piece of art or have a more general question, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I love the opportunity to discuss the story behind my art as much as sharing helpful details.
I am also open to discussing any special requests you may have. Perhaps you have a special decorating challenge or need artwork tailored to fit a specific space? Or you have a special design opportunity to discuss?
Well, I have always enjoyed challenging projects, so just ask!
This is only a portion of my Georgia artwork. I am still in the process of updating my galleries. To see the rest, please see my Full Collection of Georgia Prints available through Fine Art America.
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Tybee Lighthouse at Dawn – Georgia Art Print
On my first morning on the Georgia Coast, I made a beeline for Tybee Lighthouse. I had seen the historic light the night before, so this was my first daylight view of the towering and historic light station. The soft … Read More
Checkmate – King And Queen Towers – Atlanta Art
If you’re here, you’re probably hunting for a memorable print of the landmark King and Queen Towers in Sandy Springs, Georgia. This one was the end-result of a passion to capture something striking and different from the usual. During my … Read More
Fox Theater – Atlanta Peachtree Street Art
Pictured here is the beautiful and historic Fox Theater, a staple on Peachtree Street, the main artery through Atlanta. The Fabulous Fox was built in the late 1920’s in an era when movie theaters were still relatively new. Going to … Read More
The Big Chicken – Marietta – Atlanta Landmark Art Print
When I first developed an interest in art, I began a quest to capture local landmarks for my own art series. As I began seeking out Atlanta area landmarks there was absolutely zero question that The Big Chicken, pictured here, … Read More
Atlanta Skyscraper Art – Suntrust Plaza
During my years living in the area, one of my favorite Atlanta skyscrapers was Suntrust Plaza. This impressive landmark building is part of Peachtree Center. Completed in 1992, it’s the second tallest Atlanta skyscraper behind the Bank of America building … Read More
Chattahoochee Dawn – North Georgia Landscape Art
From my experience living in North Georgia, there’s a certain magic to dawn on the Chattahoochee. I saw so many beautiful mornings at various spots along the river, but the one in this Georgia landscape print is extra special. I … Read More
Fall Landscape At Historic Roswell Mill – Georgia Art
During most of my years in the Atlanta area, I lived near Roswell and the old walking trails around the historic Roswell Mill were among my favorite haunts. And you can probably tell from this print that when the fall … Read More
Rustic Barn Art Print – Georgia Countryside
There’s just something quaint and charming about an old rustic barn and a country road. It’s the sort of scenic landscape that has spoken to us for generations. Even if the olden days weren’t as uncomplicated as they seem, when … Read More
Cockspur Island Lighthouse – Coastal Georgia Art
There’s simply something dreamy about this rendition of the beautiful little lighthouse on Cockspur Island off the coast between Savannah and Tybee Island. Shimmering blue waters reflect the historic lighthouse and that amazing sky above. If you love nautical art … Read More
Nu-Way Weiners – Macon Georgia Landmark Art
There’s no question that Nu-Way Weiners on Cotton Avenue in downtown Macon, Georgia is a local landmark. The fact is it probably should be considered something of a national one. It was founded in 1916, the same years as Nathan’s … Read More
The High Museum – Atlanta Landmark Art
Amongst my fond memories of Georgia’s largest city is Atlanta’s High Museum. I first visited this museum on a field trip in high school. It’s definitely a must-see building, both for the incredible collection housed there as well as the … Read More
Hay House – Historic Macon Georgia Art
Hay House is sometimes called the Palace of The South, and certainly it is palatial in design, wouldn’t you agree? This gorgeous piece of historic Macon, Georgia, was built by William Butler Johnston for his wife Anne. The couple honeymooned … Read More
Rust Red Tractor – Rural Georgia Landscape Art
This rust red tractor in a golden landscape has long been one of my personal favorite prints. There’s something about it that really captures the local flavor of rural Georgia in the autumn. Those wispy cloud streaked skies are the … Read More
Atlanta Skyscrapers – Bank of America Plaza
Bank of America Plaza, currently the tallest of the Atlanta skyscrapers, was built during a building boom in the 1980s and 1990s which saw the creation of much of the city’s modern skyline. In fact, this street perspective of that … Read More
Out of Reach – The Krog Street Tunnel – Atlanta Art
This print is of the Krog Street Tunnel. It was one of those sites in Atlanta that I would say was at least well known in some circles. It was an ever changing underworld art gallery. Although more literally, it … Read More
The Future Is Today – Classic Atlanta Skyline Print
The old Polaris lounge is simply a fun mid-century piece of modernist design. Pictured here is a night-time view of that classic restaurant atop the Atlanta Hyatt Regency. This trendsetting Atlanta hotel, designed by John Portman, in 1967 was the … Read More
The Majestic Diner – Atlanta Landmark Art
Even if you’ve never eaten at the Majestic Diner in Atlanta, there’s something about Art Deco architecture that’s likely to bring an unconscious smile to your face. And I think that’s particularly true about Streamline Moderne, of which the Majestic … Read More