• Boston Common

    Published 08/23/13 in Places
    Boston Common

    Boston Common, visible from HGTV Urban Oasis 2013, spans 50 acres and bears the distinction of being the country's oldest park.   See the Image

  • Buying Into the BeltLine

    Published 08/22/13 in Houses
    Atlanta BeltLine Beauty, Curb Appeal

    We city folk throw around the word “BeltLine” a lot in our in-town goings-on. It’s become part of the vernacular, but do we really know what we’re talking about? Turns out some of us are not as…   Read the Article

  • Art on the BeltLine, "Faces and Friends"

    If you think Atlanta doesn’t have a vibrant art scene, then you’re probably watching too much of The Walking Dead. On the contrary, it’s very much alive and we're all invited to enjoy it along eight…   Read the Article

  • Art on the BeltLine, "Ballroom"

    Art on the Atlanta BeltLine is the City of Atlanta’s largest temporary public art display, showcasing works of hundreds of artists along nine miles of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. These are a few…   See the Gallery

  • Art on the BeltLine, "Ballroom"

    Art is all along the Atlanta BeltLine; this piece by RAUM (Katherine Wright Johnson and Bud Shenefelt) hangs from an overpass.    See the Image

  • Art on the BeltLine, "Faces and Friends"

    This display of street art called Faces and Friends by Kyle Brooks will remain as a permanent display along the BeltLine until further notice.    See the Image

  • Art on the BeltLine, "Precious Predators"

    Stephanie Coffin's mosaics are a familiar site around Atlanta. The outside of her in-town home has a mural dedicated to the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.    See the Image

  • Art on the BeltLine, "Gnomon II"

    This large installation is by Mike Jensen, who is also an Atlanta photographer.    See the Image

  • Art on the BeltLine, Urban Art

    This untitled piece is by Atlanta artist Sarah Emerson, who is also currently participating in a group show at the High Museum of Art called Drawings Inside the Perimeter.   See the Image

  • Art on the BeltLine, "Pyramids"

    This is a visual piece that served as the backdrop for a music video by singer Adron, which she created with Mario Schambon and Colin Agnew.    See the Image