Thank you Atlanta! Winter Session Master Classes begin January 8, 2020

A Dedicated Mission For Excellence...


Where Perfected Technique Meets The Realm of the Soul....

Soul: /sōl/  emotional or intellectual  energy or intensity, especially as revealed in a work of art or an artistic performance. 


Master Classes

Intensive academic instruction within a small group setting. Studio is located in an atmospheric and beautifully renovated building near downtown that is part of  Castleberry Hill, one of The Goat Farm collection of art-centric properties. 

Gorge Anthony Morton, Director and Principal Instructor of Atelier South, Atlanta.

George A. Morton

Director and Principal Instructor

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We’re Growing!

We’re Growing!

Art Over Dinner at Serembe featuring artist George Anthony Morton

Join us for an evening with renowned classical realist painter George Anthony Morton hosted by Art Farm at Serembe. Meet George and hear about his inspiring story and rise to fine art notoriety over dinner on November 3, 2019 from 6-9pm.

We’re Growing!

We’re Growing!

We’re Growing!

Welcome  Principal Instructor Jessica Artman to the Atelier.

Welcome  Principal Instructor Jessica Artman to the Atelier South family. 

Pursuit of Excellence Workshops

Pursuit of Excellence Workshops

Pursuit of Excellence Workshops


 As part of Atelier South's belief in the pursuit of excellence, watch for special demos and workshops from world reknown artists. 

Odysseys and Outings

Pursuit of Excellence Workshops

Pursuit of Excellence Workshops


Join  us for  unique  journeys  crafted to inspire and inform. Look for an announcement soon for news of our unique insider’s trip to Amsterdam and our 2020 trip to Egypt. Extraordinary sights and experiences  in these lands whose traditions inspired subsequent civilizations, golden ages,  and the Renaissance. 

USA TODAY Came to the Studio

USA TODAY recently spent a day in the studio gathering information and interviewing George for a feature article on the subject of the historical rarity of finding African American artists in the classical arts. The article was published on the front page of USA TODAY May 2019.