Phil Proctor 

Phil Proctor is a professional sculptor practicing in Atlanta since 2003. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from East Carolina University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the University of Southern Mississippi. His permanently installed public art works can be found across the southeastern United States and Eastern Europe including several large scale outdoor works in and around the Metro Atlanta area. His outdoor sculpture exhibition record covers the southeast and includes a solo exhibition at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport.

Proctor has developed a professional reputation in the public art community through his involvement in the infrastructure of public art for municipalities such as the City of Suwanee and the City of Decatur. Proctor also owns and operates Nucleus Sculpture Studio LLC; a company that designs, fabricates and installs custom projects for designers, artists and the motion picture industry. 

Freddy De Shon

Freddy De Shon is a metal sculptor and fabricator. Starting in 1986, he attended The Atlanta College of Art and later Georgia State University focusing on sculpture. In 1988 he accepted the opportunity to apprentice under a master carpenter in Berlin, Germany. He returned to Atlanta and worked as an independent woodworker until he discovered welding in 1996 and his life was forever changed. In a short time he was designing and fabricating bars, tables, stools, and railings for a number of local businesses. You will find his work at Fritti, Aurora Coffee, Ria's Bluebird, Little 5 Corner Tavern, Edgewood Corner Tavern, Doc Cheys (Emory,Virginia Highlands,and Grant Park locations), Osteria 832, The Book House, Kelly's Closet, Inman Park Pet Works, Java Lords, Elmyr, Ale Yeah, Criminal Records and Southerland Lofts. ​

Julia Hill

Julia Hill is an artist living in Atlanta, GA.

​​Julia’s work incorporates many genres, including performance, installation, puppetry, metal fabrication, carpentry, ceramics, drawing and painting. Her large-scale puppets have been performed at The High Museum, The World of Coca-Cola, The Atlanta Zoo, The Hambidge Center, The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and beyond.

Julia enjoys working collaboratively and facilitating large-scale creative visions with other artists and organizations. Past collaborators include Out of Hand Theater, The Lucky Penny, and Atlanta Metal Arts.

Julia also enjoys hosting skill share sessions and leading a wide variety of creative hands-on workshops for all ages at festivals, special events, and in the classroom.

Allen Peterson

Allen Peterson is an artist and metal fabricator in Atlanta, GA.     

He works in various media including materials such as welded steel, iron that is melted and shaped during performance art, hand-cast paper and iron oxide printing, and raw beeswax that is placed on his sculptural work by live honeybees.  During the late 1990’s he immersed himself in the foundry process at the Metal Arts program of Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark in Birmingham, Alabama.   

Until 2001 he was a Resident Artist in that program, serving as a teacher and resource for the creation of cast metal sculpture.  He left Sloss to get his Master’s degree in Sculpture from the University of Minnesota.  After grad school, Allen Peterson taught sculpture at several colleges and universities including Atlanta College of Art.  His current role as an artist and educator balances full-time artistic practice, a business fabricating metal art and architectural elements, and his role as part-time professor at Kennesaw State University.

Brock Scott

A creative umbrella, run by Brock Scott, housing an ever evolving portfolio of intentionally non specific projects. Atlanta has an amazing network of talent and we want to build teams to tackle any wild idea we are faced with.  

Hannah Burton

Hannah uses drawing, printmaking and cyanotypes to create cryptic, imaginative works of art. She uses her work to explore the relationship between the human experience in an earthbound realm, the existence of a transcendent one and where those worlds intersect. She takes inspiration from rituals, symbolism, the transcendent experience and my own interactions with my immediate environment and mind.

Currently based in Atlanta, Georgia      


Etienne Jackson

Etienne Jackson is a practicing sculptor based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Chris VanBrackle

Ko Lim

Elizabeth Jarrett

Chris VanBrackle is a freelance production sound mixer and has been working in the film industry in Atlanta since 2013. He has a degree in Audio Engineering with experience in studio recording and as well as foley and post-production sound design. He has worked on everything from feature films to documentaries, corporate and commercial work, narrative shorts, industrials, music videos, and an Emmy award-winning local restaurant feature TV show. Aside from his work, Chris is also passionate about sustainability and recycling, cooking, gardening, and tinkering with electronics. Before working in the film industry, Chris spent years in the craft beer industry and he'd love to share a beer with you sometime.

The search for deeper understandings in the fabric of creation is the source of inspiration in Ko Lim’s creative path. Her body of works intend to create that magical experience of wonder and mystery when imagination and information; spirituality and science collide. With a recent completion of a Bachelor of Fine arts degree in Jewelry, Ko is an artist passionately dedicated to her greatest pride and joy in being a designer and maker. With skills in both traditional and alternative metal fabrication processes which include, lost-wax casting, stone setting, laser welding, and chemical processes such as electroforming and etching, Ko is also knowledgeable in computer rendering and rapid prototyping using Rhino 3D. Since graduating from Savannah College of Art and Design, Ko is in search of gaining as many versatile experiences as possible to further educate and to continue growing as a jewelry designer and bench jeweler. She finds experience and collaboration to be the key essentials in her evolution and with overflowing passion and dedication, she provides sound confidence with eager curiosity in her abilities to create any vision into fruition.

Elizabeth Jarrett is a Scenic Designer, Director, and Producer born and raised in Atlanta, GA. Her work is focused around physical space and how people interact with it. Elizabeth was a founding member of The Collective Project, Inc, the first resident theater company at The Goat Farm Arts Center and was a participant of The Millennial Trains Project in 2014, where she traveled via rail around the country researching public art in various cities. She is also a three- time resident of the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences and recently presented work at the Ionian Center for Arts and Culture in Kefelonia, Greece. 

She graduated with a BA in Theater and Performance Studies from Kennesaw State University. Theatrical credits include The New York Theatre of Actors, Serenbe Playhouse, Synchronicity Theatre, Aurora Theatre, Dad’s Garage Theatre Co., The Warehouse Theatre and various other strange events and places.

Elizabeth also serves as Experience Director/Producer at Strange shapes (formally Deer Bear Wolf), shares stories through experiences.

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Jyotsna Vanapalli

Jyotsna joins the South River Arts Studio for a writing sabbatical.  Her current project is a loosely constructed transnational family memoir bridging the 20th and 21st centuries. Some other interests include thinking and writing about how we talk to / don't talk with each other, especially in the two extremes of the mundane to the most emotionally charged.  


When not at SRAS, Jyotsna helps organizations and their leaders manifest diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in their work and the communities they create. At home, Spookie and Juno's tail wags keep her focused on the fleeting and infinite present.

Eddie Farr

A media artist, creative coder, DIY enthusiast, and multi-instrumentalist performer from Atlanta, Georgia. Eddie is a graduate of Georgia Southern University where he received a B.A. in Music and an M.M. in Music Technology

William Massey

Charlotte Hodges

Laine Gay

Alan Goldman

Evan Williams

Jasmine Williams

William Massey is a freelance artist, sculptor, creative entrepreneur, and a co-leader of art programs within social organizations and health facilities throughout the city of Atlanta, Ga.

William initially found his voice through art during his time at Valdosta State University, receiving his BFA in 2012. William arrived to Atlanta in 2013 to begin his art career consisting of outlets such as glassblowing, teaching art to homeless youth, and public art installations. He has gradually evolved into a force of creative connection in Atlanta - utilizing the power of art to unify communities, uplift public spaces, pursue social and racial reconciliation, and creatively comfort those in hardship.

William has traveled throughout the globe with his artwork, serves on the boards and leads art programs with several local organizations, founded ColorATL, and has a number of works exhibiting publicly around Atlanta, Ga. 

Charlotte (Cha Cha) Hodges is a metal-bending, bedazzling, extraordinaire. A rhinestone cowgirl, slinging jewels in the face of evil; she’s on a mission to make the world sparkle. Cha Cha creates and curates otherworldly delights through her personal brand, Cha Metals Sparkle Emporium . You can find her crafting wearable art and objects of splendor, in her pink studio; where handmade jewelry and crystal-crusted curiosities abound. 


Cha Cha believes that, because world sparkle-ization requires action, artists should act as catalysts for positive change.


Cha Cha is DTC (down to collab) …hit her line 


My work explores what it means to live in today’s society as a survivor of sexual violence as well as the obstacles we experience daily. My paintings celebrate femmes by highlighting their healing journey, and to fight the stigma that surrounds sexual violence and trauma, I tell mine and others’ stories of abuse and struggle with mental health. 

One in four girls will be molested before the age of eighteen, and as many as ninety percent will never speak about it. As someone who spent years in silence before speaking up, my artwork is the exact opposite of silent. I use bright colors, florals, and figurative elements to show the strength and beauty of the feminine spirit in efforts tohelp others feel empowered.

Despite the adversity, Femmes are resilient. We must continue to shareour stories, not only so we can work toward putting an end to these injustices, but so other survivors know they are not alone.

Gaslight Picturehouse is an Atlanta-based Video Production House fascinated with the tales and ambitions of the movers, makers, builders, and shakers of the world. Our passion is using visual storytelling to help businesses, entrepreneurs, and creators better connect to their audiences through media.

Gaslight Picturehouse is an Atlanta-based Video Production House fascinated with the tales and ambitions of the movers, makers, builders, and shakers of the world. Our passion is using visual storytelling to help businesses, entrepreneurs, and creators better connect to their audiences through media.

Jasmine Nicole Williams is a Black American visual artist born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She received her BFA in Printmaking from the University of West Georgia. Influenced by Elizabeth Catlett, Ida B. Wells, and Missy Elliot, her work centers identity and personal politics where she explores her southern, black, and femme identities. In her practice, she gives space for black women and girls to exist wholly and without limits.

Jasmine is the host of Studio Noize Podcast alongside Jamaal Barber and serves on Atlanta Printmaker Studio’s board of directors. She is the 2018 SGC International Undergraduate Fellow, 2018 TILA Studios Garden Fellow, and recipient of the Dream Warriors Foundation's inaugural Spark Grant. 

Williams continues her practice in Atlanta, GA.

Scott Dupree

Scott Dupree is a practicing artist and owner of SJD Studios based in Atlanta, Georgia.  

Lucas Rocheleau

Lucas Rocheleau is an artist living, working, painting and riding his bicycle in Atlanta, GA. He began painting in 2012 as a means to deal with the emotional trauma of his father going missing a few years prior but discovered that healing and introspection are always necessary, so he continues to paint. Lucas completed his BFA from Valdosta State University in the fall of 2015 with a focus on painting and drawing.

He describes his work as southern gothic pop art, as he uses his formative years in the Deep South as reference material to juxtapose with life in the city. He views painting as a meditation and tool for discovery; building up layers of paint and using whatever tools are necessary (fire included) to peel these layers back to create the composition. Oftentimes he blurs the lines between fine art, folk art, and illustration.

Chasell Shockley

Chasell is a practicing potter based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Homework Collective

Homework Collective is a full service home interiors shop and design firm founded by Rachael Schwarz and Isabella Corwell. Their mission is to employ the Atlanta community of makers and artists to create design experiences within homes, restaurants, and event spaces.

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