"Dottie" at Atlantic Station
Artist : Aleigha Reott
Piano Donation: Susan Butler
Location: Atlantic Station
Find and play Dottie in at the Regal Atlantic Station Stadium Theater near the box office.
Artist Aleigha Reott submitted a stunning concept that’s just perfect for the movie theater at Atlantic Station. Known to her art students as "Ms. Pink", her vibrant personality pops right out of this design.
“Atlantic Station is thrilled to welcome ‘Dottie the Piano’ to our property,” said Daniel Easton, Atlantic Station’s director of marketing. “As Midtown’s original repurposed lifestyle development, we’re always looking for new ways to delight our guests, and we’re happy to partner with an organization like Play Me Again Pianos, and our Art in the Park instructor, Aleigha Reott, who created and hand-painted the design.
“I wanted this piano to be fun and eye-catching; something that is sure to get attention and have people want to play it,” said Reott. “This is a special and meaningful project for me as I am dedicating it to my late Grandmother Inez who inspired me and encouraged my passion for art. A purple ladybug will be hidden among the dots in her honor. See if you can find it!”
We're thankful that Grandmother Inez nurtured the love for art in her granddaughter, and we're sure she would be pleased with the positive ripples throughout our community as a result. As a matter of fact, we think the ladybug should be named "Inez." What do you think?
About Aleigha Reott
Aleigha grew up with art always being a part of her life . She received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Art Education from East Carolina University, where she met her husband, Mike. Aleigha has taught art in the public school system, as well as for homeschoolers, and private classes for both children and adults. Originally from North Carolina, Aleigha moved to Georgia in 2012 and has made it her home. She hopes to continue to make art, teach art, and promote art appreciation throughout the state! For more information visit @DottiePiano on Instagram.
About Atlantic Station
A national example for sustainable mixed-use communities, Atlantic Station transformed an abandoned industrial site into a thriving entertainment district at the heart of Atlanta’s vibrant Midtown neighborhood. Opened in 2005, Atlantic Station is home to some of Atlanta’s most popular restaurants, retailers such as H&M and Dillard’s and leading employers such as Wells Fargo, Ogilvy & Mather and BB&T. Atlantic Station each year hosts dozens of community gatherings, charity walks and neighborhood forums. The Walk to End Alzheimer’s and other events at Atlantic Station have raised more than $50 million for Atlanta charities since 2005. In the summer of 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, Atlantic Station hosted the BB&T Atlanta Open. A national leader in consumer engagement and technology, Atlantic Station has the No. 3 most followed Twitter feed among U.S. retail centers. For more information, visit AtlanticStation.com.
Dottie's Birthdate: August 25th, 2017
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