On Friday, I got the opportunity to view George Galbreath’s art at his solo exhibition entitled "Bridges: Through the Pandemic" in Atlanta. Upon entering, I was greeted by a small venue with bright white walls, a brown concrete floor, and a high exposed ceiling. The structure of the space embodied the artistic and urban atmosphere of the city of Atlanta. It was an airy and open space ready to be decorated with the work of artists. The white walls welcomed the flamboyant and radiant colors of George Galbreath’s work. Many people observed his artwork throughout the night, Galbreath’s pieces created a one-of-a-kind experience by allowing guests to see the Coronavirus pandemic through his eyes as an educator and an artist.
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