Demonstration of Artists Work

Demo Day 2020: Going Digital

an assortment of artwork from the Metro Montage XX exhibition

MCMA usually hosts a Demo Day during Metro Montage. Participating artists demonstrate their techniques at stations around the museum, and patrons can ask questions about their work. It’s a lively, well-attended event with a festival atmosphere.

However, logistics always limit the number of artists who can attend; most out-of-state artists couldn’t make the trip, and only so many local artists could squeeze into the galleries. Plus, current pandemic protocol prevents us from hosting such a crowded event.

So, this year we asked willing Metro Montage artists to send videos about their work. The results are inspiring, and you can watch the clips here or on our YouTube. For more information about a particular artist, check our Meet the Artists page.

This page will update as more artists finish their videos.

Karen Adams

Brandin Barón

multi-media sculpture
Roswell, Georgia

multi-media assemblage
San Francisco, California

Mary Belle Cordell

Jim Greenwood

porcelain, enamel, 14K gold
Marietta, Georgia

oil on canvas
Acworth, Georgia

Miles Davis

multimedia on canvas
Mableton, Georgia

Steve Dininno

Betsy Khuri

monotype on paper
Marietta, Georgia

oil on canvas
Woodstock, Georgia

J. Li

Celeste McCollough

multi-media on paper
Brooklyn, New York

oil on panel
Atlanta, Georgia

Julie Mazzoni

Jeffrey Wilcox Paclipan

multi-media mosaic
Marietta, Georgia

multi-media with puzzle pieces
College Park, Georgia

Suzy Schultz

Kurt Seidle

oil over acrylic ground
Atlanta, Georgia

screenprint on paper
Marietta, Georgia

Doug Pisik + Robert Burch

Corrina Sephora

wood + blown glass
Marietta, Georgia

multi-media on wood
modular installation
Atlanta, Georgia

Susan Duke Waters

Kimberly Woodman

oil painting on canvas
Rockmart, Georgia

oil painting on panel
Kennesaw, Georgia