Three years ago, Carrie Burns Brown and Randy Armstrong were among Greenville’s visual arts orphans.
The fourth mural in as many years, this year’s butterfly-themed addition to what the organizers hope will become a public art corridor was designed by printmaker Sunny Mullarkey McGowan.
“People from different places travel all over the world but airports are where they meet. This art piece is a reflection of that.”
On an afternoon at ceramicist Daniel Bare’s home studio in Central, an assortment of plates, bowls, jars, cups, and mugs in various stages of completion is spread across multiple tables.
Kiah Bellows can recall working with her hands from an early age.
Artisphere: Meet the artist
Attendees at the upcoming 13th annual Artisphere presented by TD Bank will want to keep their eyes on the ground.
The TR Town & Art Crawl is looking for exhibiting artists.
When Megan Wilson began reading comic books in early 2012, she never imagined that one day she would be working behind the scenes to help bring stories to life.
From April 21–29, more than 400 artists from across the Southeast, including 17 from Greenville and more from all over the Upstate, will be represented at ArtFields in Lake City, S.C.
If Greenville’s Metropolitan Arts Council were a singer, reviewers would have noted that the nonprofit hit all the high notes in 2016.
The City of Greenville’s Public Art Committee is soliciting request for qualifications (RFQ) for designs of a 3D sculpture that will replace the Shoeless Joe Jackson statue previously located at the corner of South Main and Augusta and River streets.
The Upcountry History Museum’s current exhibit, “The Art of Dr. Seuss,” traces the writer and illustrator’s entire career, from his days an editorial cartoonist, adman, and author.