The place to buy original art from all Gainey Gallery shows, plus limited edition pieces from Art Farm collaborations.

Can You Feel It?

Opening reception: July 27, 2019 | Show through mid-Sept, 2019

About the show: Artists featured are Jane Whitehurst, Julie McKinney, and Jessica Ashley.


Serenbe Summer Salon

Opening reception: June 27, 2019 | Show through late July, 2019

About the show: Celebrating artists that have shown in Gainey Hall Galley since 2017, this show features Serenbe residents and close friends.


Turn Again To The Earth

Opening Reception: April 13, 2019 | Show through June, 2019

About the show: “Turn Again To The Earth” is a show including six different artists of unique and varying mediums and styles. Each piece of art is a representation of both an individual and communal commentary on nature, demonstrating the intersectionality of self, art, and nature.

The artwork of Steven L. Anderson, Mark Leibert, Malinda Lively, John Folsom, Gail Foster, and Tom Swanston can be purchased below.


Opening Reception: January 26, 2019 | Show Ends April 8th, 2019

About The Artist: Jack Michael is a trash man’s daughter and an instructor at Georgia State University. Her work in painting, textiles, sculpture, and printmaking explores trash, consumer culture, labor, and sustainability from an ecofeminist perspective. Through acts of mending, weaving, and ornamentation, she investigates the human domestication of wild environments and the industrial domestication of humans.


*Resident of Serenbe

Opening Reception: November 10th, 2018 | Show Ends January 10th, 2019

About The Artist: Anne Beidler has been on the faculty of Agnes Scott College in Atlanta since 1992, where she is a Professor in the Department of Art and Art History.  She has been a practicing artist, scholar and teacher for more than 25 years. Beidler’s work has been selected for inclusion in exhibitions throughout the United States and internationally.  In the past year, she has been included in more than twenty exhibitions in the USA and abroad.  Her work is currently included in the international exhibition: The Book as Art: Flight Edition at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport concourse E.


*Resident of Serenbe

Opening Reception: September 15th, 2018 | Show Ends November 5th, 2018

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Ali Harper lives and works in Serenbe as a lifestyle photographer. Once a Creative Director, she left the advertising industry seven years ago to pursue her love of being on the other side of the camera. Known best as a visual storyteller for brands large and small, she utilizes her extensive design background, combining it with her passion for food, interiors and landscapes to create uniquely scripted imagery.

Her work has been featured in Garden & Gun, Kinfolk, Martha Stewart, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Southern Living, Outside, Culture, Matchbook, Where Traveler and Flowers Magazine. 


*Resident of Serenbe

Opening reception: July 28, 2018 | Grange Hall exhibition on view: July 28, 2018 - September 9, 2018

ABOUT THE ARTIST:   Dianne worked with glass for over 10 years before branching out to a new medium. Drawing upon her wanderings in nature, Dianne seeks to capture the essence of the leaves and flowers that she loves so much in a plaster casting. Her castings reflect a brief moment in time, like a fossil unearthed from an archeological dig. Made with the finest plaster and colored with minerals and pigments mined from some of the last remaining quarries in France, Dianne has found a new way to express her love and joy for nature.


*Resident of Serenbe | Artist Website

Opening reception: June 23, 2018 | On View: June 23, 2018 - July 24, 2018


Artist Website

Opening reception: Feb. 3, 2018 | On View: Feb. 3, 2018 - March 8, 2018.

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*Resident of Serenbe | Artist Website

Opening reception: Dec. 7, 2018 | On view: Dec. 7, 2017 - Jan. 30, 2018



*Resident of Serenbe | Artist Website

Opening reception: Oct. 28, 2017 | On View: Oct. 28 - Nov. 30

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Artist Website

Grange Hall exhibition on view from Sept 17 - Oct. 28, 2017. 



2018 Serenbe Holiday Ornament - Artist Edition

Annual Serenbe Holiday Ornament
Handmade Mahogany featuring local Serenbe artist Ali Harper's photo of the 2017 Snow Day

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Serenbe Holiday Ornament 2017

Serenbe resident Peter Clemens, a set designer and all-around builder of things, collaborated with the Art Farm to design and fabricate the 2017 Serenbe Holiday Ornament. Clemens’s career in set design spans nearly 50 years and includes Guardians of The Galaxy, West Wing, Hawaii Five-O, House, Glee, E.R., and dozens more.  The ornament is made with sustainably sourced wood and durable plexiglass. Its design was inspired by the 2017 Argon Award for Sustainability in Action, which was also designed by Peter and was presented to Steve Nygren by Southface.

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Serenbe Porcelain Hanging Globe
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Art Farm commissioned Serenbe Resident Rachel Garceau to design & build this porcelain globe in 2016. Rachel utilizes slip-cast porcelain forms to create site-specific installations and used this process to create this lovely micro-collectible. 

After receiving her B.A. in Fine Arts from Franklin Pierce College (NH), Rachel K. Garceau has had studio assistantships, workshops, and residencies at various studios, schools, and museums including Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (ME) and Vendsyssel Kuntsmuseum (DK). 

In 2017 she was one of the five Georgia artists chosen by Sarah Schleuning, Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, for the 2017 National Museum of Women in the Arts Women to Watch: Heavy Metal show. 

An excerpt from Rachel's Artist Statement:

"From the finest teacup to the rest stop toilet, we encounter porcelain in our daily lives. I rely on the viewer’s notion of the material to come into play when approaching my work—it is fragile and can be broken, yet it is strong and durable—rugged enough to support the weight of a human. Encountering these objects unexpectedly magnifies this experience—porcelain umbrellas floating overhead, or a row of porcelain objects creating a pathway in the forest, or a sidewalk of porcelain bricks in an otherwise empty courtyard."

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