Bringing beautiful works of art to the heart of Atlanta is an important part of Atlantic Station’s mission. Public art builds community and supports local artists…plus, it just looks great!
Over the past several months, we’ve continued to brighten the walls of Atlantic Station with new works from incredibly talented local artists. Read on for the newest Instagrammable spots at the Station.
Elaine Stephenson Parking Mural
Elaine Stephenson is an Atlanta-based artist and muralist who specializes in brightly colored designs to enhance spaces and places. Many of the murals she creates promote positivity for the businesses and neighborhoods they’re in. Her signature styles include lettering and typography, flowers, geometry, nature and oftentimes a combination of the four!
Find Elaine’s uplifting geometric design surrounding the parking entrance and exit off State Street.
Instagram tip: Your best views of Elaine’s work will be while driving in or out of the parking garage or standing on the sidewalk nearby.
Atlantic Station 30363 Mosaic
Vintage is in, and we decided to hop on the trend with an old-school mosaic art installation! This fun new piece lives at the bottom of Stairwell 5. Thanks to ample lighting surrounding the mosaic, it can be seen clearly both day and night.
Instagram tip: Have your besties crouch on the ground above the lettering for a unique group shot!
Tiny Doors ATL
We’d be remiss to not mention our second Tiny Door from artist-in-residence Karen Anderson Singer of Tiny Doors ATL. Snoop around the green wall near Stairwell 5 to find this little dose of wonder. Don’t forget to pay a quick visit to our OG door on Atlantic Green!
We recently chatted with Anderson Singer about her inspiration and mission to bring big wonder to tiny spaces all over the city. Read the entire interview here.
You can even visit the place where the magic happens at Tiny Doors ATL’s monthly Open Studio event, taking place the third Saturday of each month from 10am – 3pm! Check our event calendar for the most up-to-date information.
To learn more about Atlantic Station’s public arts initiative, click here. To find other Instagram-worthy locations around the district, click here.