Making Our Mark brings together seventeen artists of the Studio South painting group. The work included in the exhibition represents the range of techniques and styles that each member contributes to the group while highlighting the love of painting that they share.
Making Our Mark is on exhibit at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts’s Main Gallery through March 28th. Admission is free and the gallery is open Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The exhibiting artists include: Randolph New Armstrong (Greer SC), Linda Beazley (Travelers Rest SC), Carrie Burns Brown (Greenville SC), Jane Todd Butcher (Greer SC), Wyn Foland (Hartwell GA), Linda Q. Furman (Greenville SC), Ann Heard (Anderson SC), Ruth Hopkins (Anderson SC), Patricia Kilburg (Greenville SC), Monita Mahoney (Greer SC), Lorraine Martinie (Simpsonville SC), Rosemary Moore (Honea Path SC), Marilyn Murrell (Easley SC), Patti Rivers (Pickens SC), Barbara St. Denis (Easley SC), Barbara Stitt (Simpsonville SC), Carole Knudson Tinsley (Greenville SC).
Visit www.artcentergreenville.org for additional information. The Greenville Center for Creative Arts is located at 25 Draper Street Ste. A, Greenville, SC 29611.
Founded by a dedicated group of artists, teachers, and community leaders, Greenville Center for Creative Arts is the anchor for Greenville’s visual arts community. GCCA serves the visual arts needs for people of all ages, ethnic diversities, and economic circumstances in the Upstate through collaboration with our local communities. They provide classes, exhibitions, and opportunities to cultivate art appreciation while experiencing Greenville’s growing art community.
(Painting by Carol Tinsley of Studio South.)