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Fund Raiser for Rose M Barron

  • The Home of Sally Eppstein 1202 Gail Drive Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30319 United States (map)

Please join the Blue Heron Nature Preserve, Rose M Barron, Presents of Mind and others in a festive night of fundraising and entertainment for Rose M Barron’s fall outdoor installation, “The Call of Water,” in conjunction with Atlanta Celebrates Photography.

When: August 3rd from 7PM – 11PM
Where: At the home of Sally Eppstein: 1202 Gail Dr. NE, Brookhaven, GA 30319

7PM-10:30PM: Silent Auction with art by Rose M Barron, emmagineering, Presents of Mind, Sally Eppstein, Jeffery Wilcox Paclipan, Katherine Suzanne Designs, Sun Hong, J William Hill, and others to be announced.

8:30-10:00 PM: Music by the band Chickens and Pigs

Please join us to support this endeavor of The Blue Heron Nature Center and Rose M Barron’s installation of large scale photography on fabric featuring her “Women in Water” series that explores themes of dreams, emotions, fears, and memory. All are welcome to this free event. Space is limited!. Please RSVP email or phone 678. 642.6394 to secure your spot by July 30.

Additional Events:

Sept 29th, 4-6 pm: VIP Outdoor Gala
Donate $50 to receive one invitation; donate $75 and receive two invitations for the outdoor Gala and a postcard by Rose M Barron. Event includes hors d'oeuvres, performances by violinist Tracy Woodard; sound healing by practitioner Becky Shanks, Presents of Mind; costumes by Katherine Suzanne Designs; and a sneak peek of Rose M Barron’s “Call of Water” installation.

October 5th, 3-5 pm: Opening Reception with artist talk and tour: Free and open to the public
Located at the Blue Heron Nature Preserve.

For details and questions please contact the Center’s Art Director, Sally Eppstein, at or 678-642-5300
The Call of Water
An installation of Barron's photography of women in water along the creek walk. Barron’s images explore the age-old universal theme of man in nature. She quotes, “I believe we all learn from nature especially water, the source of life itself.” Nature helps you understand yourself, as it highlights qualities that coincide with your existence.

In creating these narrative themes, Roses’s images of the female in water explore themes of dreams, emotions, fears and memory. The work stems from the way she responds to the spaces, settings and environment — how she perceives the energy in spaces and their surroundings. Through the imagery generated, Barron explores personal identity, as well as relationships to the places near and far.

Earlier Event: July 27
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Later Event: August 4
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