Exhibits on view: Trinity School’s Spotlight on Art, new shows in Roswell, Dunwoody

A work by Maria Louise Coil, one of more than 300 artists showing at the Trinity School's Spotlight on Art through Saturday.

A work by Maria Louise Coil, one of more than 300 artists showing at the Trinity School’s Spotlight on Art through Saturday.

VISUAL ART
Art by 300-plus at Trinity School
The 33rd annual Trinity School Spotlight on Art artists market is underway through Saturday, featuring an array of original art by more than 300 artists from the emerging to the famed. The Buckhead private school’s gym has been transformed into an oversized art gallery featuring a juried selection of art — paintings, sculpture, home and garden wares, jewelry, folk art and more.

6-9 p.m. Monday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday. 4301 Northside Parkway N.W., Atlanta. 404-231-8119, www.trinityatl.org/spotlight_on_art.

A painting by Kathleen Taylor, part of the "Folk Art Frenzy" exhibit at Roswell's Wild Hope Art Gallery.

A painting by Kathleen Taylor, part of the “Folk Art Frenzy” exhibit at Roswell’s Wild Hope Art Gallery.

‘Folk Art Frenzy’ in Roswell
The Wild Hope Art Gallery in Roswell is hosting the exhibit “Folk Art Frenzy” through Wednesday, featuring works by self-taught Georgia artists Bailey Jack, Kathleen Taylor and Erickson Wright. Wild Hope is in Ellard Village, a subdivision two miles east of Georgia 400. Its mission is to bring original paintings, pottery, art glass and jewelry by regional and national artists to east Roswell.

Noon-6 p.m Tuesday and Wednesday. 8470 Holcomb Bridge Road, Suite 120, Roswell. 678-580-0493, www.wildhopeartgallery.com.

A work by Hirut Yosef, currentlye exhibited at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta.

A work by Hirut Yosef, currentlye exhibited at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta.

At MJCCA: From Ethiopia to Atlanta
The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta has just opened “Chalom Yashan — A Journey Back Home,” works by Jewish artist Hirut Yosef. Drawing inspiration from her Ethiopian roots, Yosef, who now calls Atlanta home, honors strong African women, using vibrant color and traditional design. Meet Yosef at an artist talk and reception: 4-6 p.m. Sunday.

Through March 31. Katz Family Mainstreet Gallery in the MJCCA, 5342 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody. 678-812-4002, www.atlantajcc.org.


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