Scroll down to meet the artists who will have pieces available for purchase at the event.


Edward A Cahill —Painter
3701 Running Fox Drive
Marietta, GA 30062
8/16/55 Rice Lake, Wisconsin
BFA in Painting 1977
Carnegie-Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA
instagram: ipaintoutside

Ed Cahill Bio
Ed was raised in the Midwest and introduced to
painting and drawing at a young age from his mother
who was a professional illustrator. He lived in Akron,
Ohio, and took classes at Akron’s Art Institute as a child. He graduated from Firestone HS in 1974 and was accepted to Carnegie-Mellon University majoring in both painting and drawing, graduating with a BFA in 1977.

Recent awards and achievements include:
2016 Stone Mountain Plein Air
Honorable Mention —1840’s House

2016 Blue Ridge Art Association Fall Plein Air
Second Place —Mercer’s Pond

My Favorite Place to Paint—Mabry Farm featured in
Plein Air magazine’s weekly newsletter 6/16

2015 Marietta/Cobb County Museum Plein Air Event
Mayor’s Award —The Alley

Read more about Mr. Cahill and his achievements by clicking on
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Recycled Steel and Ceramic Sculptures

phone: 770-565-7742 

1991 Trophy dr Marietta, GA 30062


81 A Dodd Street    Fairburn, GA  30213
770 969-6466  
Hours of Operation 9:00 am  - 5:00  Monday - Friday
Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Casa Montano is located in historic downtown Fairburn, GA and its owned by Carlos Montaño. Carlos has 20 years experience in creating hand crafted cement ornaments to enhance your garden and delight the eyes. Among his unique collection he also reproduces unique pieces created by the late Atlanta Artist Christine Sibley. Carlos is known for reproducing some of the finest custom garden art in the metro Atlanta area.


I'm a strong believer in protecting Mother Earth and supporting local economies. I use 100% Pure Beeswax from the North Georgia mountains. I'm happy to support local beekeepers and believe we must do all we can to protect the endangered bee population. Using buying their beeswax and honey is a way we can all do our part.

I started making candles as a hobby for personal use and to give as gifts. Because they were for me I insisted on only the best quality of ingredients. When people would ask to buy them, I was realistic with pricing because I never want to compromise on quality.
There are other beeswax candles listed that are less expensive but they're most likely machine made and mass produced or the wax is obtained from foreign countries or mixed with a cheaper wax. All of my beeswax is obtained locally here in Georgia and I get it right from the source. So it varies in color from a bright yellow to much deeper shades.
The soy wax is from US farmers.




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