On Thursday, February 1, 2018, Award-winning artist, educator and humanitarian Jim Hill brought his Mosaic Master-Pieces collection to Atlanta for the first time ever in honor of Black History Month. February 1st kicked-off the month-long exhibit, at the Douglas Stratton Photography Studio, as an introduction to the Atlanta arts community which included fellow artist, curators, art lovers, art collectors, art dealers, historians, socialites, elected officials and influencers. Attendees will enjoyed complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cocktails as they explored the beauty of Jim Hill’s mosaics. The opening celebration included live jazz courtesy of renowned saxophonist Eric Thomas and Elevate the Quest, performance from Chris Tucker’s niece and vocalist, Jamia Tucker, and a special celebration of Black History in America.
There were on site purchases of Jim Hill’s art, and artbook, made by several guest throughout the night of the opening celebration. Also, guests engaged in an atmosphere of networking with delicious, complimentary lite bites, vivacious vibes, and great drinks courtesy of Rebel Yell and Miller Coors. The event wrapped up with the an unveiling of one of Jim Hill’s more controversial pieces called “The After Church Bar-B-Q”.
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