A vibrant, non-profit, formal art gallery in North Atlanta within the headquarters of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, supporting local and international artists.
An Invitation to Community
At the still point of the turning world.
Neither flesh nor fleshness;
Neither from nor towards;
at the still point, there the dance is…
– T.S. Elliot, Four Quarters
Still Point is a gallery for the senses as much for the mind. It is an invitation to encounter light and shadow, the interplay between order and non-order, to hope or pray with the eyes, and imagine with other imaginations.
An Invitation to Artists
Artists shape cultural identities. They form questions and create space for others to sit with them. Still Point offers artists a place to exhibit and to be seen. Skilled artists, both of world renown and those yet discovered, are invited to transform our gallery space. They are given a place to collaborate with other artists, show the world their work, and engage with a diverse community.
VISIT STILL POINT
Outside of our free public receptions, Still Point is also open by appointment. Let us know you are coming by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 770.449.6766 ext. 4223. Read more about our public events and coming exhibitions below.
3755 Mansell Road
Alpharetta GA 30022
Upcoming Events and Exhibitions
November 2018 – February 2019
Beautiful is a collaborative exhibition featuring photography by Elizabeth Jones and painting by artist Craig Hawkins. With stunning portraiture in multiple media, the intent of this exhibition is to witness to remarkable beauty in the face of suffering. The work captures the faces of women in India who have suffered from painful burns. Still Point has partnered with humanitarian aid organization Wellspring International to honor these remarkable women through art.
March – July 2019
Marc Chagall and the Sacred brings together the spirituality and imagination of one of the twentieth century’s most beloved artists. With wit and joy, the art of Marc Chagall is filled with reoccurring symbols of his own visual memory, childhood fantasy, and Jewish heritage. “Art seems to me to be a state of soul more than anything else,” he wrote. This exhibition includes luminous interpretations of some of his favorite sacred stories, including original etchings and lithographs from his 1956 and 1960 Bible series. With the sophisticated artistry of a master printmaker, each work is a delightful and colorful interpretation that lets the viewer enter the sacred world of Marc Chagall.