The 1st annual Jewelry Invitational will last from 1 - 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 8 at Hampton Station in Greenville.
See photos from The Squared Away - Greenville Open Studios party by Dove Light Photography. Open Studios is Nov. 9-10.
"Clay doesn't have to be this really high-class, artsy thing. Basically at the end of the day if you want to do it, you can do it."
Owens describes his artistic process as driving a car down a road and seeing things pass by.
Melissa Anderson, a native of Greenville, has a style that is indicative of the south.
Jason Anderson, a local blacksmith, is excited to be apart of this year's Open Studios where he will showcase tap handles for breweries.
“What you’re doing matters. Who you are matters. Keep going, don’t stop." - Jenny Ayers
West Greenville School serves students in grades 6–12 from across the county who have significant emotional and behavioral issues.
Season subscriptions for the 2019-20 lineup can be purchased for $61 for adults, $51 for seniors, and $29 for students.
“A good person is not only the human who is good to other humans. A good person is somebody that takes care of everything that has life.” - Diana Farfán
Born and raised in Australia, artist Trina Piercy adds hints of the rainforest she called home for 18 years to ceramic bowls, mugs, and jewelry.
Larger-than-life artwork leaps off the walls and onto the stage once again for Bob Jones University’s “Living Gallery: Somewhere Forever” leading up to Easter.
Greenville artist Jason Craft describes his new mural of Greenville in the lobby of 101 North Main, formerly Bank of America building in the above video. The Greenville mural is…
ART DISPLAY OPENING Greenville artist tells a story through encaustics Local artist Danielle Fontaine seeks to answer the question, “Why do we choose to keep or discard certain things in…
For Pennsylvania native Michael McDunn moving to South Carolina in the early ‘70s was an adventure. Now, McDunn owns a showroom and connecting studio for his handcrafted wood furniture.