MINT Gallery is a 501(c)3 non-profit community oriented art gallery located at 145 B Sampson Street in Atlanta, GA's Old Fourth Ward. Behind the Irwin Street Market, look for the orange door.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

We're iced out

Due to the dangerous driving conditions, the gallery will not be open today, the 12th or tomorrow, the 13th. If the weather clears up, we will be open this Sunday, the 16th from 12 to 5pm. Stay safe and warm!

Monday, January 10, 2011

New hours!

Hi all,

We're happy to announce new gallery hours for the new year. We will now be open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 12 to 5pm and all other days by appointment. We hope to see you soon!

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

AstroPop on Saturday, January 8th

Jon Adelung, born in El Paso Texas in 1979, is inspired by the wonders of the never-ending universe of cartoons, science fiction and movies. Much of his inspiration comes from old cartoon pop artists Peter Max and Heinz Edelman. He is also influenced by artists such as Bob Ross, Andy Warhol, and Jean- Michele Basquiat. AstroPop is the culmination of years of constant painting, drawing and creating a world that is vast and full of life.

Jon's work has been exhibited at the Bridge Center of Contemporary Art, Lola Art Gallery,The Hive Gallery and more. His work was also featured in Zombieland, a film shot in and around Atlanta.