at 111 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd S, Birmingham, 35203 United States
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Next week is our BIG night! And, #GFC is proud to have five of the most talented women in Birmingham exhibiting! Today, we celebrate 1/5 - #AshleyWingo! Come see Ashley and her work next Thursday night!
HELLO BIRMINGHAM! Meet #BarbaraHirschowitz - Barbara will be showing her latest masterpieces at the #GFC opening night July 14th - hope to see you all there!
Team #GFC is thrilled to have #MadelineEvans as one of our studio artists exhibiting on Thursday, July 14th at 5:30 p.m. -- stop by to check out her colorful abstract pieces! #SupportLocalArtists
Meet #ElizabethMarieFarr! Elizabeth, an abstract painter, will be participating in our first group show this July - please stop by on the 14th and check out her latest pieces! #GFC
#GFC couldn't be more excited about our first exhibition on Thursday, July 14th! #RaeTrimmier will be showing her newest works! We can't wait to see you there! #SupportLocalArtists
Can't wait for the opening!
Beautiful transformation. Good luck Rae.
Our very first opening night is July 14th and we are super stoked to have the incredibly talented #AshleyWingo exhibiting her work next month! Please join us as we celebrate our new gallery and all the amazing talent Birmingham has! #GFC #SupportLocalArtists
Check out the #GFC blog for more information about our talented group of local artists!! Stay tuned for more posts.....
So exciting - can't wait for the first exhibition!
COMING SOON! There's a new art gallery in town...
Ground Floor Contemporary is pleased to present ‘Transference’, featuring new works by TL .
Lunsford, a collaborative project between member artists, Leah Karol and Tara Stallworth Lee.
Lunsford uses film and vintage cameras to play with alternative photographic processes (i.e. instant transfers, multiple exposures, ghost imaging, and digital processing).
Their first show is a collection of portraits derived from different versions of original polaroid captures.
Each study embraces a “transference” beyond the limitations imposed in the pursuit of the “perfect photograph”; dissolving reality, embracing obstructions, and delighting in the unexpected.