The AC Box Hole Gallery is the solution to a problem. When life gives you lemons.....or in our case an Air Conditioner box welded to the front of your retail store….you make something better out of it. We rotate artists work on a monthly basis. The viewing space dimensions are 25” x 19” x 10”. Work can not exceed 25” x 19” x 23”. If you would like to be considered to show your work inside the AC Box Hole Gallery please send images of your work with dimensions, price and any special instructions to acboxholegallery@gmail.com

 

Currently on View

Immersion

by: Elise Williams

CUT PAPER AND MYLAR, 2017

Previous Shows

Tully Satre Layover
Tully Satre Layover

I made these collages using old magazines I found in Persa Bio Bio, a historic labrythine flea market in Santiago, Chile. The market was born around the 1940s, when—during financial crisis—vendors took to the streets of what was then Santiago's impoverished slaughterhouse district. Today, Bio Bio is an extensive second-hand goods commercial center flocked by locals and tourists alike every weekend. The magazines came inside the cardboard covers I used to send the works, and included photographs

Nuni Lee
Nuni Lee

Yume is the Japanese term for“Dream.” YUME at the AC Box Hole Gallery exhibits a series of drawings of a handmade cat toy. The cat toy was created in the form of a caricature of my cat Minnie, and thus embodies many elements of cute, including dumpiness, roundness, vulnerability and soft tactility. I began to imagine what Minnie’s daily life at home without my presence would be like. YUMErepresents the small imaginary world of mine, in which I typically like to contain myself.

Brian Giwojna
Brian Giwojna

Postcards

The Many Layers of Humans
The Many Layers of Humans

​ Samiya Tuffaha, ( Art History )  and Dania Turki ( Graphic Design ) are both students at Georgia State University. The theme for this show was inspired by different viewpoints of the stages of human interaction whether physical or emotional.

Casey Conrad
Casey Conrad

LVRS LN

Alexis Huckaby
Alexis Huckaby

Anthropomorphism Gender is a performance that humans act out everyday, with varying degrees of socially-determined “success”.  In the United States, females and males are reared differently by members of their environment, from the selection of “gender appropriate” toys to delegation of gender based assignments. These roles are tightly regulated and extremely narrow, without much room for deviation. I am interested solely in the constraints that are placed upon women in the 21st Century.

Erin The Great
Erin The Great
Erin The Great
Erin The Great
A.Dewitt.Art (instagram)
A.Dewitt.Art (instagram)
Derek Faust
Derek Faust

A relationship exists between the residue on found objects and the clean newness of man-made materials, a relationship that holds meaning while simultaneously containing nothing.

Ryshu
Ryshu
Jon Kownacki
Jon Kownacki

No Dreams

Gretchen Wagoner
Gretchen Wagoner

This series of mini matrices is a continued exploration of how mathematics and aesthetics blend together in uniquely perfect combinations. My work is predominantly fueled by my interest in colour therapy & sacred geometry juxtaposed with my analytic upbringing. Multiple hues make up the surface of each piece and are intended to create an undulation of colour and value reminiscent of vibrational energies.

June 2015 Tori Tinsley
June 2015 Tori Tinsley

Handsized Comfort is the result of artist Tori Tinsley using a phone app to simultaneously capture both her own image and her mother's image in a single photograph. Tinsley's photographs produce a composite image resembling intentional collaboration between the two subjects. Yet in actuality, the artist's mother is unable to connect due to a brain disease called fronto-temporal degernation. These Handsized Comfort studies assist Tinsley in better understanding the physical and psychological meld

May 2015 William Mize
May 2015 William Mize

"Lit Up" by William Mize