Exhibit Dates: October 22, 2021 – December 13, 2021
Opening Reception: November 18, 2021 from 5pm to 7pm at the USCB Center for the Arts
Thirty-one accomplished artists from South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia joined forces for a special art exhibition at University of South Carolina Beaufort Center for the Arts, located at 805 Carteret Street in Beaufort.
“Visual Conversations: Our Voices” will take viewers on a journey through non-objective abstract art from October 22 through December 13. An opening reception is tentatively scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Nov. 18. The public is invited to attend.
You can get a preview of some of the art pieces here!
Exhibit Dates: September 16, 2021 – October 30, 2021 | Gallery: Hampton III Gallery
In January 1997, when a small exhibit of his “Augusta” abstract paintings was presented at the Morris Museum, Morsberger stated that his work is always in transition.
“It is plunging forward into an ever greater Unknown, and, prayerfully, I am hanging on for dear life. It is quite a ride, and I am grateful to be taking it.”
Get more information and preview Morsberger’s pieces here!
Please join us in welcoming Women in Art Exhibit to the Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta. The exhibit is comprised of artwork by 7 fabulous women artists:
- Beth Jones
- Jill Gunn
- Ronda Bryce
- Julia Poole
- Elaine Ergle
- Kaye Ward
- Kathleen Boyd
This exhibit will be at the AHCNA from August 23 through September 16, 2021.
The closing reception for this exhibit will be held on September 16, 2021 from 5 to 7 pm. The reception is free and open to the public.
Exhibit Dates: September 13, 2021 – October 15, 2021
Opening Reception: September 26, 2021 from 3pm to 5pm
Please join 4P Studios at The Space Gallery during the month of September to celebrate the the fantastical and exciting original works of art by Sally Balestrieri.
Monday – Friday: 9am to 5pm
Opening Reception: September 10, 2021 from 6 – 8pm
Exhibit Dates: September 10, 2021 – October 8, 2021
JURIED NATIONAL PORTFOLIO EXCHANGE EXHIBIT
The Ties That Bind
Data analytics and media in the digital age is being used in strategic ways to efficiently target specific groups of people for personal, political or financial gain. Ideologies of “Us vs Them” are created to further divide people into groups that can be mobilized and manipulated to fight a perceived enemy. For this reason, objective truth and empathy have been replaced by sensationalism, half-truths and extremist social/political ideologies. This portfolio exchange aims to celebrate diversity and common threads that we all share. Invitations to artists will be extended with the intent of representing diversity in race, culture, geography, gender and aesthetics.
The theme, “The Ties That Bind” is open for each artist’s interpretation. 16 Artists will be invited to participate and will create an edition of 18 prints on 15” x 15” paper. Each artist is encouraged to create visual images with real or implied connecting points in the center of all four edges of their print. When displayed together, there should be an implied point of connection, whether arranged side by side or top to bottom. The prints will be displayed at a national print conference in Cleveland and will be included in the permanent collection at Kent State University. They will also be displayed nationally and in Canada at a site at each of the participant’s cities.
This print exchange and exhibit is organized by Chadwick Tolley, local artist and assistant professor of art at Augusta University. Tolley teaches printmaking and drawing at Augusta University and has exhibited widely across the United States and won various awards for his work. The exhibit will be on display in the 3rd floor galleries during the Fall Artists’ Market.
Visit the GHIA Website for a full list of participating artists.