City Gallery

The City Gallery at Sandy Springs City Hall

presents an exhibit of the work of Goldstein Art Photography

Please join us for the opening reception in the lobby of City Hall

1 Galambos Way,
Sandy Springs, GA  30328
Thursday, April 11th
from 6:00pm To 8:00pm
Entry to this event is free
Complimentary hors d’oeuvres & cash bar

Please respond by Monday, April 8, 2024
All artwork on exhibit is for sale
This exhibit runs through June 30, 2024

Cary + Jody Goldstein are collaborative photographers who specialize in nature, landscape, abstract and street photography. The couple has travelled across five continents pursuing that one, spectacular shot. Cary credits his background as an acclaimed dentist for his keen eye and attention to detail, and together, the couple shares a unique collaborative perspective on what it means to create great art.

Current Exhibit

In the artist’s words:
We have been taking photos together since our honeymoon in the mid-90s and have captured some of the most incredible locations in the world; distinct moments of natural beauty as well as outstanding examples of man-made design.”

Past Exhibits

DAKARO’s exhibit began on  February 1st and ended on March 31st 2024.
In the artist’s words:
I’m known for creating thought provoking visuals that inspire and promote diversity in perception.

Diane Shaftman’s exhibit began on  November 15th  and ended on December 31st 2023.
In the artist’s words:
“Beauty and emotion speak to the soul; and in my work I try to express that passion with artistry and creativity. My hope is that the viewer can experience the feelings and stories I strive to bring to life on canvas… from their beginnings to their completed state.”

Diana Toma’s exhibit began on  August 29th  and ends on November 1st 2023.
In the artist’s words:
“With this selection of paintings on display titled ‘On the cusp between abstraction and realism’ I am exploring ways to merge abstract intuitive painting with portraiture. When looking at my paintings ask yourself these questions: If you could imagine yourself within the artwork, what sounds would you hear? How would you feel? What would you be?”

The Fran Scher exhibit kicked off with an artist reception on Wednesday, May 3, 2023. A Sandy Springs resident, her current focus is abstract art.
In the artist’s words:
“When people ask: what does abstract art mean? My reply is: what does music mean?  It is about how music and art make you feel. It is a dialogue that the artist begins and the viewer gets to finish. The dialogue is different every time you view the art, not because. anything changes on the canvas, but because of what changes in you.”

The Sandy Springs City Hall Gallery resumed public art exhibitions on February 16th, 2023, featuring the works of local artist Lorraine Christie, known for her unique blend of palette knife and brush techniques.