Johnson Lowe Gallery is devoted to championing emerging, mid-career and established artists from diverse cultural backgrounds. The gallery's program is built upon a reverence for the alchemical nature of artistic expression, with the intention to honor the profound nature of visual language and the role it can play in affecting paradigm shifts at both personal and societal levels.


    Johnson Lowe Gallery is committed to presenting work across all media, including but not limited to painting, sculpture, installation, and photography. Alongside a commitment to support and foster the Atlanta arts community, our curatorial and programming initiatives aim to facilitate cross-cultural and global dialogues.




    Bill Lowe Gallery was founded in the summer of 1989 in Atlanta, Georgia by Bill Lowe. Longtime artists in the roster include Thornton Dial, Michael David, Maggie Hasbrouck, Kathleen Morris, Todd Murphy, Jimmy O’Neal, Steven Seinberg, and Kathleen Morris. The extensive exhibition history of the gallery includes internationally renowned artists such as Ida Applebroog, Markus Lupertz, Donald Sultan, Dale Chihuly, Hiro Yamagata and Leiko Ikemura. The gallery was established as Johnson Lowe Gallery in 2023.