OLIVIA THOMASON-FOLK ARTIST
Working in her home studio in Stone Mountain, Georgia near Atlanta, Olivia Thomason continues to produce paintings and painted furniture on commission and for the public-at-large.
Her awards include Artist of the Year (Atlanta), and her gallery, The Primitive Eye (Decatur, Georgia) won Gallery of the Year on multiple occasions from Creative Loafing.
Olivia’s paintings are in private, corporate and professional collections throughout the country. Notable works include:
Connemara, Poet Laureate Carl Sandburg’s home in Flat Rock, NC;
Angels Over Atlanta, A tribute to the 1995 Atlanta Braves World Series Championship;
Stone Mountain Historic Village-A billboard welcoming visitors to Stone Mountain Park;
1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics;
Decatur Arts Festival;
Tailgating Down South;
The Old Dekalb Courthouse;
Avondale Arts Festival;
The Corn Palace, Fitzgerald Georgia;
Jack Daniel’s International Barbecue, Lynchburg, TN;
Kennesaw Locomotive Museum
Art Station, Stone Mountain Historic Village
Johnny Marches Home, Atlanta History Center
Olivia has been featured on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC affiliates, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Nationwide News, The Piedmont Review, My Cooking Magazine, Georgia Connector Magazine and other magazines and newspapers throughout the country.
Her illustrated children’s book, The Great American Pie Contest, is scheduled for release in 2021.
The Primitive Eye Studio
933 Gordon Street
Stone Mountain, GA 30083
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