What's On Your Wall?
An Inside Look At Serenbe Art Collections
When Steve Nygren envisioned Serenbe, he knew art needed to be incorporated. He created moments of art amongst the preserved forests before the community had even been fully realized, established Arts as a core tenet of Serenbe through The Serenbe Institute for Arts, Culture and the Environment and collected pieces still on display in the family home, now The Inn at Serenbe.
As the community grew so did the vision for arts, and you can now find collections both outside and inside many homes and buildings at Serenbe. Stop by The Daisy, General Store or Inn and grab an Art Scavenger Hunt card to help you find outdoor pieces throughout the community. Want to stay indoors? Grange Hall plays host to the Grange Hall Gallery Wall, which features a new artist each month curated by Art Farm Director Megan Schaeffer, and Chatt Hills Gallery in Selborne displays and celebrates the work of numerous Serenbe and Chattahoochee Hills artists.
Most of the art in Serenbe isn’t for the public eye, though. It’s housed within the walls of Serenbe’s private homes. In fact, so many Serenbe residents happen to be collectors that some have begun opening their doors as part of the annual Serenbe HOME Tour, benefitting AIR Serenbe, Serenbe Institute’s artist-in-residence unit.
See the unique designs of select Serenbe homes and learn more about the people and collections that bring them to life. Six homes in the Grange and Swann Ridge neighborhood – and one artist studio in The Textile Lofts – will be on display, and each home will include tablescapes created by top Atlanta interior designers including Kim Schoone, Kim Schoone Interior; Keith G. Robinson; Anna Lisa Collins and Janet Newman, Collins and Newman Designs; Lauren Davenport, Davenport Designs and Serenbe’s own Meghan and Patrick Sharp, Mister and Mrs. Sharp and Rebecca Cartwright, R. Cartwright Designs, whose retail Design Studio is at The Textile Lofts.
After you tour the homes and studio, join the tablescape designers and AIR Serenbe in Grange Hall for a panel discussion moderated by Steve McKenzie of McKenzie Designs. The panel will discuss style trends, investment pieces, tips for entertaining and more.
Tickets for the Serenbe HOME TOUR are $35 in advance, $40 at the door. VIP tickets, $100, includes early access to homes on the tour, complimentary cocktails and a pre-tour lunch in the VIP Lounge prepared by Lisa Roiret of Lisa’s Crêperie. Purchase tickets at serenbehometour.com.