Visual Art: Corrine Adams 

Wed., Oct. 10

Ever since Hitchcock's The Birds it's been hard to hear that frantic twittering without feeling a twinge of fear. Corrine Adams' images of flocks of birds, on view Wed., OCT. 10, and during Atlanta Celebrates Photography at Mason Murer Fine Art, tap into the startling sound and imagery that clusters of birds can evoke. Adams, who is one of ACP's founders, works with saturated colors in THE SPACE BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY to convey the sense of energy she felt when she witnessed migrating birds perched on electrical wires while visiting the Gulf Coast. Through Oct. 20. Free. Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m. 199 Armour Drive. 404-879-1500.



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