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Published on : Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, the city’s only AAA Five-Diamond, Forbes Five-Star hotel, recently launched an art exhibition featuring Atlanta artists Kim Chesney, Eric Mack, Ronald Sullivan and Andrea Baetti.
The artwork is on display in the Hotel’s public spaces, including Savannah Hall and Park 75 restaurant, both located on the Hotel’s third floor.
“I’m thrilled about our art exhibition initiative,” General Manager Yvette Thomas-Henry said. “Each piece will bring a new aesthetic to the Hotel that will complement our artful location in Midtown. We’re expecting an incredible array of work for our guests to enjoy and or purchase.”
As part of the program, Four Seasons hosts an art stroll event at the beginning of each quarterly rotation. These events welcome the public to mingle with the featured artists while experiencing their work throughout the Hotel.
After studying art around the world, Kim Chesney began showing her work in 2008. She has since gained mass recognition and her work hangs in a variety of private collections around the globe. She has been featured on several morning talk shows and in local publications. Additionally, three of her oil paintings are featured in 20th Century Fox’s new film Keeping Up with the Joneses, starring Jon Hamm and Zach Galifianakis.
Eric Mack’s success has followed him since his graduation from Atlanta College of Art in 1998, most notably when the High Museum added his piece SRFC-91 to its permanent collection in 2014. His work has also been exhibited in Atlanta City Hall, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Georgia Power. His artistic inspiration is often credited to his four years abroad in Munich, Germany, where he was awarded a studio from the City of Munich’s Bureau of Cultural Affairs.
Ronald Sullivan’s culture and spirit is deeply rooted in his upbringing in Guyana and England. After migrating to the US, he began experimenting with sculpting and found it to be a deeply fascinating and fulfilling activity. His work was displayed during Atlanta Artist Center’s five-week Multi-Artist/Media Exhibit at the Buckhead Library. He was also twice invited to participate in the annual Liguanea Art Festival in Jamaica. More recently, his sculptures have appeared at the 2016 Roswell Roots Festival and at Avalon in Alpharetta.
After moving to the United States to be an architect, Andrea Baetti began pursuing studies in the visual arts. She worked as a core artist with Louis Delsarte on the 25 panels of the Martin Luther King, Jr. mural Dreams, Visions and Change, which was inaugurated at the Martin Luther King Center in 2010. Baetti’s work is inspired by her passion for architecture, nature, travelling and her love for family and friends.