Storytelling resides at the core of artist Coco Harris. Growing up in Atlanta, she always felt a strong sense of story in the South.
“Without black history there would be no history,” Wilson says.
Sending messages of compassion and love for one another, Harrison’s artwork spreads positivity that can be felt by all.
Growing up in Massachusetts and Upstate New York, Olivia Perreault would often explore her family’s property and photograph, paint, and draw the things that caught her attention. Today, her botanical pieces combine her love for nature and her eye for composition.
Bob Ripley works primarily in metals and wood, and his creations can range from an impossibly detailed and intricate portrait to a beautifully made door. It’s a combination of artistic ability and craftsmanship that he comes by naturally.
The show is open to artists 18+ living within a 35-mile radius of Greenville. Entries must be original works of art that have been completed within the last three years and can be in any medium.
Butterfly sculptures land in downtown to support the Cancer Survivors Park