Voting has been extended for the Grove Theater Mural submissions if you weren’t able to attend Creekside Festival and cast your vote until June 20th.
Artist Profile: Ashli Ognelodh began her interest in art at the age of 6 and began honing her artistic skills into adulthood. She attended Georgia State University , where she furthered her artistic studies, and received her B.A in Art Studio. Some of Ashli’s accolades include include: a recipient of Chelko Foundation Art scholarship for women, a feature artist in Hammond’s House silent auction hosted at the prestigious Bill Lowe Gallery, as well as a reoccurring artist in the Juried Airport Art exhibition hosted by The Atlanta-Hartsfield Airport. She is a proud new resident of Carey Park.
Artist Profile: Tim Scott Degroot is a creative entrepreneur, currently leading his self-started company Rare Form Creatives, Hip & Hitched. Although he wears many hats: CEO, creative director, consultant, DJ, talent manager and event producer, his passion for community outreach and creative collaboration are clearly demonstrated through his local art class. He draws this current style of fine art from, his experience teaching art risk you in Atlanta youth reaching back 14 years now. Volunteering with Bright Futures Atlanta with the founding of Rare Form Art Class, an extracurricular program for urban youth. He is truly a multi-talented individual with a passion for creating art and music, teaching, and now pushing onto a new young entrepreneur mentorship program for inner city youth. He’s a 14 year proud resident of Grove Park.