Steffen Thomas Museum

The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art is one of less than 20 “single artist” museums in the nation, proudly displaying the works of one of Atlanta’s most esteemed artists – Steffen Thomas.

Located in the ‘other’ Buckhead, the museum sits in the midst of fields and rural locale welcoming visitors to truly envelop themselves in the magic and peace that Steffen’s art instills in mind and body.

Born in 1906 in Furth, Germany, Steffen Thomas lived to become one of the most influential artists of the Atlanta area in his time. Many pieces of his work can still be seen decorating the city’s streets: his marble sculpture Reclining Mother and Child sits outside of the Roswell Public Library, and a famous bronze sculpture of former governor Eugene Talmadge is proudly displayed at the corner of the Georgia State Capitol.

When Steffen Thomas passed in 1990, his wife, Sara Thomas, and his four children found themselves searching for a way to preserve the memory and lifelong passion that was Steffen’s art. Today, the museum fulfills that wish – a celebration of Steffen’s life and his love of art. The museum offers several main galleries including exhibition galleries and special gallery spaces which feature rotating curations of the artist’s works.

With a permanent collection of over 400 pieces and access to thousands of pieces of Steffen’s works, it is always a fresh and exciting new experience when you visit.

For more information, visit steffenthomas.org

Tuesday-Saturday:
11:00 – 4:00

 

(706) 342-7557

 

Admissions:

  • Adults: $10
  • Seniors & Students: $8
  • Children Under 6:  Free

 

Group Tours Available

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The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art is one of less than 20 “single artist” museums in the nation, proudly displaying the works of one of Atlanta’s most esteemed artists – Steffen Thomas.

 

Located in the ‘other’ Buckhead, the museum sits in the midst of fields and rural locale welcoming visitors to truly envelop themselves in the magic and peace that Steffen’s art instills in mind and body.

 

Born in 1906 in Furth, Germany, Steffen Thomas lived to become one of the most influential artists of the Atlanta area in his time. Many pieces of his work can still be seen decorating the city’s streets: his marble sculpture Reclining Mother and Child sits outside of the Roswell Public Library, and a famous bronze sculpture of former governor Eugene Talmadge is proudly displayed at the corner of the Georgia State Capitol.

 

When Steffen Thomas passed in 1990, his wife, Sara Thomas, and his four children found themselves searching for a way to preserve the memory and lifelong passion that was Steffen’s art. Today, the museum fulfills that wish – a celebration of Steffen’s life and his love of art.

 

The museum offers several main galleries including exhibition galleries and special gallery spaces which feature rotating curations of the artist’s works.

With a permanent collection of over 400 pieces and access to thousands of pieces of Steffen’s works, it is always a fresh and exciting new experience when you visit.



For more information, visit steffenthomas.org

HOURS & ADMISSION

Tuesday-Saturday:
11:00 – 4:00

Group Tours Available


Admissions:

  • Adults – $10
  • Seniors (65+) & Students – $8
  • Children Under 6 – Free

 

COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines

Guests are required to wear face masks. A mask will be provided to unmasked guests for a suggested donation of $1.

 

Call (706) 342-7557 for more information.

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