Introducing: 2018 ACP Ones To Watch Artists

The ACP Ones to Watch is a selection of emerging and established artists who are very collectible, still affordable and on a positive trajectory in their careers curated by Mary Stanley for the 2018 Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival. Nine of the artists will be joining us for brunch to talk about their photography. Let me introducing you the following 10 talented visual artists:


Anderson Scott

  Church Camp Light Bursting Through Walls, Lightbox, 30” x 40”.


Church Camp Light Bursting Through Walls, Lightbox, 30” x 40”.

Dale Niles

  The Reunion , archival pigment print, 20” x 30”, edition 1 of 15, 2016.

The Reunion, archival pigment print, 20” x 30”, edition 1 of 15, 2016.

Greg Kahn

  Malecón , archival pigment print, 30” x 40”, edition 3 of 4, 2015.

Malecón, archival pigment print, 30” x 40”, edition 3 of 4, 2015.

Inbal Abergil

  GOETZ , digital c-print, 15.3” x 20”, edition 2 of 5, 2016

GOETZ, digital c-print, 15.3” x 20”, edition 2 of 5, 2016

John Opera

  Diamond with Dots (pink) , cyanotype & acrylic on canvas in lacquered artist frame, 21” x 17”, 2018.

Diamond with Dots (pink), cyanotype & acrylic on canvas in lacquered artist frame, 21” x 17”, 2018.

Kelli Connell

  Hers and Hers , archival pigment print, 30” x 40”, edition 1 of 6, 2015.

Hers and Hers, archival pigment print, 30” x 40”, edition 1 of 6, 2015.

Kristen Hatgi Sink

  Bianca, Lamb, Citrus, Flowers, Milk , archival pigment print, 20” x 16”, edition 3 of 20, 2018.

Bianca, Lamb, Citrus, Flowers, Milk, archival pigment print, 20” x 16”, edition 3 of 20, 2018.

Raymond McCrae Jones

  This Life , digital giclée print, edition 2 of 10, 2013.

This Life, digital giclée print, edition 2 of 10, 2013.

Shine Huang

  Book of Faith , photogram, archival pigment print, 45” x 38”, edition 2 of 3, 2017.

Book of Faith, photogram, archival pigment print, 45” x 38”, edition 2 of 3, 2017.

Tatum Shaw

  Untitled(Yellow Car) , digital c-print, 16” x 24”, edition 1 of 15, 2014.

Untitled(Yellow Car), digital c-print, 16” x 24”, edition 1 of 15, 2014.

Mary Stanley: On Living With Art | Interviewed by Barbara Griffin

Mary Stanley is a whirlwind of energy and enthusiasm on the Atlanta cultural art scene. She is the passionate independent curator, art consultant, and arts advocate behind the Young Collector’s Club and Mary Stanley Studio. A veritable doyenne of photography, Mary is happiest when connecting collectors and artists, and believes in the joy we receive from living with great art. -Barbara Griffin

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