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A range of mediums from a variety of queer artists will be on display Sunday during the second show from Atlanta’s Queer Underground Artists’ Society at Bellissima.
AQUAS founder and artist Kerry Meier says that the July 12 show will feature artists including Dusti Meeks, Kate Culver, Terri Rice, April Peters, MC, Shannon Curasi, Jennifer Collum, and Staci Mueller, whose work is shown in the accompanying photo. Their pieces represent a range of artistic mediums, such as acrylic painting, photography, jewelry, metal pieces, furniture, stained glass and mosaics.
At the AQUAS show, artists will display and sell their art. Meier says the show will provide “a spectacular gathering that you don’t want to miss.”
AQUAS is a non-profit organization designed to showcase gay, lesbian, queer and queer-friendly artists in and around metro Atlanta. The group hosts shows throughout the year at gay and lesbian establishments around the city.