Artisphere announces artists, programming

The 135 artists selected for Artisphere’s Artist Row include an artist from Cuba who escaped in a boat he built himself, an artist whose watercolor and colored pencil drawings are smaller than a thimble and an artist named beer.

Voices of History

The Greenville County Museum of Art presents the work of African-American artists

Natural Relief

Alice Ballard’s work symbolizes life’s innate rhythm

Natural Relief

Alice Ballard’s work symbolizes life’s innate rhythm

Artistic Instincts

Artists Allison Anne Brown and Megan Heuse interpret the human condition and social norms through the filter of womanhood.

BJU Museum & Gallery campus location to close for renovations; Heritage Green to shut down permanently

Bob Jones University’s on-campus Museum & Gallery will close on Feb. 18 for a two-year renovation and its Heritage Green location will close Feb. 4 permanently.

The Year in Pictures: 2016

Take a look at a few of our staff photographer’s, Will Crooks, unpublished shots from the past year. Enjoy.

Double Exposure

The Southeast Center for Photography brings a new focus to Greenville

Family Dynasty

Jamie Wyeth adds his own color to the Wyeths’ artistic tradition

Essential Oils

Artist Michelle Jardines evokes the emotions of treasured spaces

Photography exhibit celebrates the beauty of people with disabilities

Tonight, a weekend-long event kicks off with a gala featuring the work of Rick Guidotti, a one-time international fashion photographer who founded the nonprofit Positive Exposure, an organization that celebrates the physical beauty of individuals with genetic disabilities. The exhibition, Positive Exposure Greenville, will be displayed at Greenville Center for Creative Arts, 25 Draper St., in the Village of West Greenville.

Upcoming ‘Wyeth Dynasty’ exhibit shows family’s depth of talent and expands GCMA’s Wyeth collection

It’s rare to have five members of the same family presenting an equally impressive level of artistic skill worthy of display in the same exhibit.

Norman Rockwell exhibit features “The Saturday Evening Post” covers

Many of the most recognized and beloved Norman Rockwell paintings on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post depicted the holidays, whether it was the presentation of a mouth-watering turkey at the Thanksgiving table or a rosy-cheeked Santa checking his list to see who was naughty or nice.

Opening New Doors

MAC’s Open Studios increases audience, art sales revenue each year