Honored that juror Greg Colleton selected my work, “Wonder,” as the winner of the Best of Painting award for the 2016 Piccolo Spoleto Juried Art Exhibition. "Wonder" is on display now at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park in Charleston SC. Check out the exhibit and then come on out to Marion Square and visit me at booth #58. I will be there every day through June 12th.
The Exhibition at the City Gallery runs from May 27 through June 12.
This annual juried art exhibition showcases paintings, sculpture, drawings, printmaking, and photography of South Carolina artists. This year’s juror, Greg Colleton, is an artist and also the Director of Operations at Redux Contemporary Art Center. Colleton will offer an informal talk on the works displayed in this year’s exhibition on Saturday, June 4 at 2pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Artists in this year’s exhibition include Chambers Austelle, Kamal Ayyildiz, Margaret Bailey, Douglas Balentine, Janie Ball, Chris Bilton, Kristy Bishop, Eileen Blyth, Christine Bush Roman, Jeffery Callaham, Micheline Callicott, Joyce Cambron, Bradley Carroll, Catherine E. Case, Lese Corrigan, Matthew Dietz, Joshua Drake, Crystal Eadie Miller, Carolyn Epperly, Bob Graham, Camela Guevara, Lain Healey, Mana Hewitt, Deborah R. Hill, Mary Hoffman, Chuck Hooker, Gene Horne, Becky Hurwitz, Marjorie Huwa, Alan Jackson, Carolina Jewett, Rachel Jones Barns, Renee Kahn, Chuck Keppler, Christopher Lane, Anita Laudone, Annie Rhodes Lee, Susan Livingston, Bill Matalene, Bruce Nellsmith, Arthur Newman, A K Nicholas, Hampton Olfus, Jenifer Padilla, Tom Potocki, James Pratt, Alex Radin, Habibur Rahman, Sandra Roper, Rick Sargent, Stuart Tessler, Heather Thornton, Lillian Trettin, Carl Turner, Caitlin Tuten-Rhodes, Mary Walker, Nancy Warren, Stephen Elliott Webb, Beth Northcut Williams, and Matt Wilson.
My friend Bob Graham won Best in Drawing for "A Mirror’s Story" so be sure to check out his work. He is also showing at Marion Square and won the Mayors Choice award this year at the outdoor exhibit. His work is not to be missed!