Art Ramble connects artists in several communities in North Georgia

Second annual North Georgia event Dec. 7, 8



NORTH FULTON, Ga. — Are you ready to Art Ramble?

The second annual North Georgia Art Ramble is a free, self-guided, open studio tour of 44 studios and galleries situated in seven North Georgia counties; specifically in the towns of Cumming, Johns Creek, Duluth, Roswell, Dawsonville, Buford, Calhoun, Cartersville, Woodstock, Waleska, Canton, Ball Ground, Jasper and Marble Hill.

The Art Ramble takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 7 and Dec. 8.

Experience the creative processes of about 70 artists who open their studio doors to the public, demonstrate their unique techniques and talk about what inspires them.

“Visitors can enjoy traveling through different towns to see all the exhibits; and moreover, meet with the artists themselves,” said Robin Miller, spokeswoman for Art Ramble. “It’s great to meet such creative people and learn about what inspires them to make the art that they make.”

The North Georgia Art Ramble kicks off the weekend with a pre-Ramble party from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6 at the Cherokee Arts Center, 94 North Street in Canton.

Participants will pick up a brochure and map, meet the Ramble artists, see a preview of the artworks and enjoy light refreshments.

Visit for more information, or visit to view all of the participating artists, the locations of their studios and download a brochure with a map of the Art Ramble. Email or 404-543-8246 for more details.

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