ATL loves Harry
Atlanta says goodbye to a friend, brother, son and artist, Harrison Keys.
Atlanta is heavy hearted after losing friend, brother, son, and talented artist Harrison Keys Thurs., July 7. Harrison’s creative and playful spirit lives on in his art. His colorful and insightful images can make even the biggest cynic crack a smile. From the walls of the High Museum, to the cover of CL, to the bathrooms of Elmyr, Harrison’s art runs deep within the Atlanta community. Harrison left us the beautiful gifts of his artwork all over the city to remind us that he’s still here with us, and he wants us to smile.
Harrison’s recent artwork can be seen on his blog. Funeral services for Harrison will be held 11 a.m. on Tues., July 12, at the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, 2089 Ponce De Leon Ave. Donations may be made to the WDC Whale and Dolphin Conservancy, a cause Harrison was passionate about.
Creative Loafing sends our condolences to Harrison’s family, friends, and the Atlanta community.