Marietta Art Collective

studio spaces for artists

near historic marietta square

The Story

Art has the power to bring people together, and that's more than true at Marietta Art Collective.


A group of Marietta artists connected when they realized they shared the goal of creating an art space close to home that offered ambiance and personality.


They searched for months and finally found the perfect spot in the former Coca-Cola warehouse. The old warehouse was ramshackle, dirty … and perfect.


The group set out to transform it under the direction of manager Kent Rosenbury, whose wife, Deb, had been traveling miles each day to a studio space in Chamblee.


Gallons of paint and tons of elbow grease later, the Marietta Art Collective is now open for business.


Visitors are welcome to come by and check out a piece of Marietta history and observe a new entrant in the Gem City’s vibrant art scene.


You will find excellent art and happy artists who are delighted to be able to create in the city they call home.

The Spaces

The Artists

Deb Rosenbury has extensive ​experience in all things ​creative, including interior ​decorating, textile design and ​painting. Her work has been ​featured in several Southeast ​art shows and studios, ​including The Loft in ​downtown Marietta.

Stephanie O'Neal, a ​former UX designer, ​has returned to her ​creative roots: ​paint. Stephanie ​specializes in ​thematic collage ​and colorful ​realism.

Jill Hooley, who has 25 years of art education experience, offers ​beginner and intermediate art classes along with private ​lessons, open studio consulting, and private paint and sip ​events. Jill recently retired from teaching art at Marietta High ​School and now collaborates with the Marietta Cobb Museum ​of Art, Kennesaw Mountain and the Marietta Art Collective.

Elizabeth Mobley, who has been creating glass art since 2005, ​advanced her glass skills by studying at the Glass Fusing School ​in Italy, at the Corning Museum of Glass, and under prominent ​glass masters. She is president of the Carrollton Artists’ Guild and ​teaches at several art centers and schools. Her offerings at the ​Marietta Art Collective include workshops and private lessons.

Caleb Brown's artwork ​has attracted the ​attention of several ​prominent collectors ​including a U.S. ​president, Super Bowl ​MVPs Grammy-Award ​winners and platinum-​selling recording artists.

Jodie Hutchens, a ​former CNN design ​director, produces ​energetic paintings in ​acrylic, oil and mixed ​media.

Suzanne Dent, a former digital marketer and furniture painter, is enjoying a second career in art. She loves color, texture and movement — and seeks to bring all three to her creations.

Kurt Martin attended the Art Academy of ​Cincinnati and has studied under Atlanta ​artists Tom Nash, Marc Chatov and Henry ​Barnes. He previously focused on portraiture, ​but he is currently interested in exploring ​landscapes, seascapes and still lifes.

Diana ​Salzmann ​uses oils to ​craft rich, ​detailed ​paintings ​and ​portraits.

Grace Wilbanks is a ​mixed media artist ​passion centers on the ​chase of chaotic beauty ​found in frenzy-like ​explosions of colors, ​typography, images and ​textures.

Events/CLASSES

JULY ARTWALK

4:30-6:30 P.M.

FRIDAY, JULY 5


august artwalk

4:30-6:30 p.m.

FRIDAY, August 2


UPCOMING

DESIGNER OPEN HOUSE

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

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Contact us

Kent Rosenbury, manager

678-836-7322


358 Roswell street

suite 2150

Marietta ga

From Marietta Square: Head east on roswell street. turn right on se lakewood drive (at True Value Hardware). the parking lot is on the right behind Emerson Court, which is across the street from the National Cemetery.

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