Chic Evolution in Art

Chic Evolution in Art Opens a Second Location at Alpharetta City Center

Chic Evolution in Art, the creatively driven art gallery that showcases emerging talent from around the world, has opened its second location in Alpharetta City Center at 225 Market St.

 

“For over a decade we have provided support for private collectors, interior designers, architect firms, and art lovers of all kinds,” said Ivan Pitoni, owner and curator. “Since joining the Alpharetta community in 2014, it’s been a great experience getting to know the community, make new friends, and share the world of art. We’re excited to move to this new location in City Center and be a part of this growing neighborhood.”

 

“Our downtown is a beacon of light, full of life and excitement. And, of course, art must be a part of this attraction,” he continued. “We are bringing an exciting collection of art, as well as the experience and services, to enhance everyone’s lives and homes.

 

Known for its cutting-edge artwork, the gallery provides a provocative ever-changing selection of modern paintings, blown glass, sculptures and other different mediums. The gallery’s artists also offer custom commissioned pieces.

 

Chic Evolution in Art

(470) 375-6868

225 Market St, Alpharetta 30009

Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10:30-6:00

 

ABOUT MORRIS & FELLOWS

Morris & Fellows is the developer of  Alpharetta City Center, a 26-acre project developed in partnership with the City of Alpharetta to expand the existing downtown by six city blocks. Since 1980, Morris & Fellows has been working with cities to develop retail-centric projects as well as mixed-use districts that revitalize historic downtowns. Currently, Morris & Fellows has Alpharetta City Center and Woodstock City Center under development. Learn more at CityCenterAlpharetta.com and MorrisandFellows.com.

 

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