Through April 13 “Sounding thrush,” Jennifer JL Jones, mixed media paintings inspired by nature. May 3-June 22 Michi Meko. Reception: 7-10 PM May 3.
656 Miami Circle NE, Atl. Tues.-Sat. 404/237-0370. alanaveryartcompany.com
Monthly Miami Circle Art Stroll, 11 AM-4 PM, third Saturday of the month. Explore art from five centuries, ranging from paintings, drawings, and prints to sculpture and photography, by artists from around the world, at nearly a dozen participating venues. miamicircleshops.com
ART STATION ARTS CENTER
Through March 20 “Eutierra,” landscapes by Stephen Wolverine, Trolley Stop Gallery.
5384 Manor Dr., Stone Mountain. Tues.-Sat. 770/469-1105. artstation.org
Ongoing Unique temporary public art installations along the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. beltline.org
ATLANTA CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER
Through April 7 Atlanta Biennial, “A thousand tomorrows,” interdisciplinary artists, from visual arts to music. Through July 28 Kevin Cole: “When My Scars are my Testimony.”
Just opened “Cyclorama: The Big Picture,” featuring the fully restored cyclorama painting, “The Battle of Atlanta.” At the centerpiece of this new multi-media experience is a 132-year-old hand-painted work of art that stands 49 feet tall, is longer than a football field, and weighs 10,000 pounds. This painting is one of only two cycloramas in the United States, making Atlanta home to one of America’s largest historic treasures. Through Sept. 29 “Barbecue Nation,” a savory exhibit of artifacts, images and oral histories, from ’50s and ’60s-era advertising to matchbooks and menus, vintage grills to obscure gadgets. Ongoing “Locomotion: Railroads and the Making of Atlanta,” permanent exhibit features restored Western & Atlantic Railroad locomotive Texas.