Monday, March 2, 2009

Fay Gold Gallery Moving

It was just announced in the AJC on February 26th that Fay Gold will be closing her Miami Circle gallery location on April 1st.  I wanted to post something here on my blog to inform everyone (and to put some rumors to rest) and to encourage everyone to come view my exhibition before the show ends on March 28th.

Please continue to support the arts and the artists you love however you can... your support, encouragement, and patronage helps keep the creativity flowing and is very much appreciated!

The following was printed in the Atlanta Journal Constitution on February 26, 2009:

Fay Gold plans to close her gallery, a fixture on the arts scene since 1980, and become a private dealer and art consultant. Lagging sales in a bad economy made overhead costs at her Miami Circle venue unsustainable. A moving sale will be held during regular business hours from March 5 to 28. Fay Gold Gallery will close April 1.

Never a shrinking violet, Gold has no intention of disappearing from the Atlanta art scene.

“I will hold small salon-style receptions in my home as well as mount larger exhibitions at alternative spaces,” she says. “I will also have more time to finish my forthcoming memoir, ‘Basquiat’s Cat.’ “


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Anonymous said...

I just saw your posting about the closing Were disappointed that the gallery is closing. Who will be representing your work in Atlanta? My wife and I made an unexpected trip to Atlanta (April 4th & 5th) from Jacksonville. We were planning to go by the gallery to see your work.

-jim & linda

Jennifer J L Jones said...

I will still be working with Fay Gold... she has several of my paintings in her inventory and can be reached through the gallery phone# (404) 233-3843.
I also offer studio visits and will send you my cell #. Please feel free to contact me via
e-mail as well. Looking forward to seeing you both!

sonasez said...

Hi Jennifer, Wanted to invite you and Fay to an event at the Turner's home. What is your two email addresses, please.