Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The Sketchbook Project 3

For those of you who don't already know, we have started the Sketchbook Project 3! We are traveling to 6 different cities this time (and are about to add a couple more!) All you need to do is sign up, receive your the sketchbook we send you, and then work in it and send it back to us! Then we will take it on tour to museums and galleries all over the place! For more info head over to

This is a great opportunity to add a bunch of shows to your resume and also create some awesome work along with artists from all over the world!

Check out the pictures from the sketchbook project 2!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Stuff your Sorries in a Sack Show!!

Hey everyone! On October 24th we had the opening for "Stuff your Sorries in a Sack" project. It was really fun! It was on one of our art walk nights and even in the rain we got a few hundred people that stopped by! I'm putting up a picture of the sacks as well as some of the other stuff that was up that night! Check it out! (Thanks to Ted Ullrich for the photos!)

Thanks everyone for being a part of it!


Thursday, October 2, 2008

The covers of the sketchbook project!

Here are most of the covers! If your cover is not here its because it sold or because its in our "100 greatest things we ever received show" that is going up right now!

Monday, September 8, 2008

Oh yea, this is big!

Though you can't see the list yet, here is a little teaser for you of the packaging for the "The Scavenger Project"!

To sign up, go to!

Caitlin Wheeler At Art House

Check out some of Caitlin Wheeler's work from the current art house show "inked.nouns". Caitlin's stuff is up until the 24th of September, so come check it out!

Art House Story Book!

If you happen to come by Art House anytime soon, make sure you write us a story in our new "Art House Story Book"!

Friday, September 5, 2008

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Prep for the scavenger project!

Check out Steven hard at work at Kinko's cutting all those secret lists for the scavenger project!

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Allison Weiss

Hey check out Athens, Ga artist Allison Weiss's new free CD "Live and sidewalk NYC." You can also find out more about her at

We think she should play at art house.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Hey check out our new friends at wonder root! WonderRoot is an Atlanta-based 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization committed to uniting artists and community to inspire positive social change

Tuesday, August 26, 2008


Dear Everyone,

Hello, Steven here! With the fall coming, Shane and I have decided to make a little promise to all of our participants. We realize the need and the want to receive items from projects much faster then you have in the past. However, this was very slow and sometimes took months for you to receive your item, causing you to possibly lose trust and excitement in our projects. We want to change that. Starting now, with any new project we start, you will receive your package in less then 2 weeks (unless otherwise stated.) We hope that this will allow more creativity to flow and more time for you to work on your creations.

Speaking of new projects, we have some exciting new things on the horizon. Our next project is called The Scavenger Project, which is a scavenger hunt of sorts. When you sign up, we will send you a confidential folder with a list of 24 items. The things on the list are not just things you can find anywhere. They are things you have to look for. And they are not just items, they are moments and scenarios. It will allow you to be creative and to compare what you come up with to other people all over the world!

Here is the best part: It is going to made into a book! Everyone who participates in this project will have at least one picture in the book. The goal of the book is to showcase how a mass of creatives will portray subjects differently based on their own experience, their individual eye, and geographic location. We're excited to give everyone a chance to be published in a book!

Our new website – which Shane has been hard at work on and will be done in about a month or so – will allow for even more communication between participants. You will be able to post your progress on projects, upload photos as you work and even ask for critiques and suggestions! We will have areas that will let you communicate with others involved in the same projects so you can collaborate and brainstorm together. We are looking to bring the artists "co-op" feel to the internet!

We want to thank everyone who has ever been a part of Art House! We are so excited about the future and hope that you are, too. Without everyone's excitement, none of this would be possible.

Thank you,

Steven Peterman and Shane Zucker

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Imaginary T-Shirts

D25D7C_detail.jpgThe Imaginary Foundation just released an amazing batch of new shirts for sale. Also, the shirt pictured happened to tie in really well with the theme of The Sketchbook Project.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Painting with light

There's a nice collection of light painting photos over at Booooooom! that are sure to stir up some inspiration.

Art House in Creative Loafing

Cinque Hicks recently interviewed Steve and I and wrote a really nice article about Art House for Creative Loafing. Check it out!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

alphie the dog.

Just a nice shot of Alphie. Alphie is one of the official Art House mascots.

art nouveau magazine

Hey check out Its a local Atlanta Magazine run by two guys at Morehouse college!

Art House in Robo Cop 3!!

FYI The front of art house studios was in RoboCop 3. If you go here and seek to 48 seconds there it is! Here is a picture of the street from present day!

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Mail time!

One of the best parts about putting together the communal art projects is having the privilege of opening the packages when they come in the mail. The Sketchbook Project deadline is approaching soon, so we've started to see them trickle in. Here's two of our favorites so far:


Carmella Rizzuto from Sunnyvale, Ca suggests that tea is the best path to save the world.






Rebecca Horwood from Oxford, England sent us her sketchbook in a sweet package with a bunch of sticker goodies!

We've gotten about 26 prints for the Great Art House Print Exchange. If you signed up for it and haven't submitted your prints yet, please send them in ASAP. We'd love to get another 14 sets in so we can collate two sets of 20. We'll post some more prints in the future, but we've dying to show off Junkyard Sam's print:

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Stuff Your Sorries in a Sack

Stuff your baggage in the sack we send you and move on with your life - because this project is all about letting go.

We're sending out up to 500 little sacks that we want you to fill with things that you need to get off your chest. We will then be hosting a reception for them at our gallery in Atlanta, Ga where we will put your sacks filled with your old baggage out in the open and let people experience what you have moved on from.

The Day The World Was Pink - July 25th at Art House Gallery

Design For Mankind

Erin's blog, chocked full of design motivation and inspiration!

Welcome Home : Current Show at Art House

Emily Maxwell and Jenna DiGiore kick off our brand new gallery space right in the heart of Castleberry Hill-which happens to be right down the street from Art House Studios.

Show features painting, printmaking, and installations.