We recently visited the studio of Atlanta artist Robert Sherer to watch him at work on a new series of wood-burning paintings. Sherer is known for his subtly provocative paintings and drawings, often made with blood, that address issues of race, gender and sexual identity.
Katya Tepper visits the sculptures of Bonnie Rychlak and Jeanne Silverthorne at UGA's Dodd Gallery.
In this bilingual review, artist María Korol finds the warmth of other suns in Rocío Rodíguez's new work at Sandler Hudson.
James Michael Nichols considers the stigma around blood donation policies, a heavy focal point of artist Jordan Eagles's work on view at AEIVA.