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   Avery Gallery presents "Two 3s for Art! Authors & Artists" on Friday, November 3 from 5 - 9 pm.  Authors: Brad Quinlin, Dick Ransom, and Jason Rusk.  Artists: Raku potter Ann Wallin, wood turner Bill Tyndale, oil painter Hubert Wackermann.  Also attending will be drone photographer Bill Brannen.

"The Shield" - Marietta National Cemetery
Photograph by Bill Brannen

    Union Army Chaplain Thomas B. Van Horne laid out the design for the Marietta National Cemetery in 1866 and it is considered the most attractive, ornate and elaborate National Cemetery ever created.  It has a section of graves that are laid out in the shape of a shield that can be seen from the air.  This image was taken by drone photographer Bill Brannen and will be on display during the Art Walk.


Brad Quinlin is a local historian and author of 10 books including "Remember Me to All" and "Borne in Battle".  His current work includes the new United States Colored Troop exhibit for the Atlanta History Center and is a researcher for the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park visitor's center movie:  Kennesaw:  One Last Mountain and PBS 5-part mini-series "Civil War:  The Untold Story."

Dick Ransom - re-enactor for over 30 years and co-author of "Remember Me to All, Letters from Vicksburg" with Brad Quinlin.

Remember Me to All

Jason Rusk - is a former Marine having served in the Gulf War and Colombia, South America chasing Pablo Escobar.  With a Master's Degree in Leadership, this is his first book.  He is co-author of "Borne in Battle" with Brad Quinlin.

123rd by Brad Quinlin


Ann Wallin has been creating wonderful pottery pieces for over 30 years.  She has participated in many juried shows and been a juror herself.  Her works span from sculpture to thrown and Raku to Saggar to functional.  She is always looking for new ways to present color and form with clay.
Ann Wallin - 159      "I always have enjoyed contact with the public and I enjoy the comments that are prompted by my work. I especially like the idea that strangers may enjoy my art enough to decorate their homes or to present my pieces as gifts.

     I look forward to many more years of forming shapeless lumps of clay into fresh expressions of my imagination.
" - Ann Wallin
     "I truly enjoy all kinds of pottery. Each technique offers its own set of challenges." - Ann Wallin Ann Walling #259 - Raku pottery

Bill Tyndale has been turning wood for many years.  He seeks to bring the best of nature to a form anyone can enjoy.  "My goal as a  wood-turner  is the ongoing  exploration of  design and technique as it applies to the art form itself.  The wood, the tree, teaches me, and I can only take what it's  willing to give. From the  aggression of the roughing  stages to the tranquility  of the finishing  touches, the journey, the dance is what it's all about.  In the learning process,  hopefully  some of my work  has an appeal, and has made it's way to someone's mantle or coffee table."
Bill Tyndale - Turned Wood Bill Tyndale - Turned Wood

Hubert Wackermann has been researching, travelling, and painting scenes of Native American life and the American West for over 48 years.
Hubert Wackermann Hubert Wackermann - # 38

    Two 3s for Art! Authors & Artists - 5 to 9 pm, Friday, November 3, at Avery Gallery.  Parking is free in our parking lot next to our building and next door in front of Cobb Hardware, after 6 pm.  There is plenty of parking at the church across Olive Street.


Mr. Shae Avery's Biography



On Fox 5 (Wednesday, August 17, 2011).
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