One of the primary goals of the Metropolitan Arts Council’s annual Greenville Open Studios is as true today as it was when it was founded a decade and a half ago: demystifying the artistic process. Each year, Greenville’s best artists open their studios for the weekend and invite the public to take a look behind the scenes. This year’s festival runs Nov. 11-12 and will feature a mind-boggling 145 artists. Here are a few that caught our eyes.
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“My work is about appreciating the relationship we have to our environment and depicting our emotional responses to it. That’s why I paint things that I have a connection with, things that I experience or see around me. It’s more organic that way.”