In April 2013 Arts for All Gallery moved from our long time space in the Healey Building to a shared space in Midtown's Mason Murer Gallery. This fullfills a long time goal. It puts the work created by artists with disabilities in one of the highest trafficed spaces in Atlanta.
Thank you to Mason Murer Gallery for this new partnership!
Since our move we have sponsored work by
Calvin Jackson has been active in Atlanta’s art community since the early 1980’s. In recent years he’s become visually impaired suffering from Stargardt’s disease, a form of macular degeneration. Possessing only peripheral vision and a severe sensitivity to light, Calvin has adapted his art style and technique by working in and with - shadows.
Knox Wilkinson lives in Rome, GA. He is internationally know and his work is in collections all over the country, including at the High Museum.