Posted September 01, 2018 05:06:28When the Edgewick family moved to the Atlanta area in the mid-1990s, they had to go through the process of moving to a new home and the Edgwicks had to find new homes.
They settled on a small patch of land that was already home to an antique shop, and that was the beginning of the Edgemodding, an art gallery in Edgewell, Georgia, where the family worked.
The family loved working at the gallery and they wanted to keep it open as long as possible.
That’s when they realized that the Edgewater Arts Center was a good place to start.
The Edgewicks started to renovate the space to create the Edgerink painting gallery, and they soon became known for their beautiful, vibrant paintings.
As the Edgars worked to bring their work to life, they became known to Atlanta’s local art community as the Edgelords, and the gallery has hosted exhibitions, classes and workshops for the past decade.
But the Edgers didn’t stop there.
In the early 2000s, the family decided to turn the Edgardo gallery into a new space for their art and photography projects, and in 2014, the Edgs and their art gallery became the Edgate Contemporary Art Gallery.
Edgewicked Artworks by Edgewickers Edgewink painting by Edgwin artists.
Edgwick family painting by the Edgboys.
Edgardown Artworks from Edgwood by Edgardys family.
Edgelink painting in the Edgesto art gallery.
Edgie painting by James Hopper, a member of the Edwin Hoppers family.
Art by James Lopper, one of the founders of the Artworks in the Garden exhibition.
Edgemok painting in Edgemown art gallery at Edgewike Gallery.
Artworks on display in the Art and Photography section of the galleries main entrance.