Fulton Bag Mill Artists

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On December 5 I took the loft, art tour, and historical tour of "The Stacks" aka Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill in Cabbage Town Atlanta. I took more than 140 pictures. Here are just a few of the artists.

Bamby Ray, Historic Preservation Consultant for the restoration/conversion of the mill gave a tour. Bamby is in red, the baby is in blue.
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The mill is beautiful. I'll cover more in another post:
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This is artist / designer Amanda Dashwood
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Artist Mark Boomershine:
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Mark showed in a loft with an amazing tower room (see the stairs though the arched doorway?)
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Artist Thelma Gomilas' watercolors look like aged photographs:
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Artist Marlis Cornett paints and etches...
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and showed in a loft featuring this amazing car part lamp by John Stephenson and wow table and sofa combination:
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Artist: Emer (a.k.a. Chad Joseph Reilly) put his work in context
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Photographer Terrell Clark (left) is the Mill's resident photographer shown here with his better half:
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Terrell showed in this roomy entrance hall / kitchen / gallery.
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Artist / designer Ashley Ogburn's place was DONE.
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Ashley had the only antler headboard on the tour:
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Architect / professor Ed Akins built out his loft in high, woody style; the glass and metal balcony wall felt safe yet showed off the loft from above and below.
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Artist James S. Durtschi's traditional painting and loft design were are breath of fresh air.
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I hope to blog about the mill and the lofts someday soon.
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Thanks,
Terry