"Sunny Side Up."
Charleston's Miller Gallery
, a contemporary art gallery located in downtown's French Quarter, brings 10 of its artists to Greenville, S.C.'s Art & Light gallery this January. An opening reception will be held on Fri. Jan. 19 from 6-8 p.m. at Art & Light, 16 Aiken St., Greenville, S.C.
Sarah Miller brings a fresh, contemporary gallery to East Bay
Small World, Wide Open
In the open, wood-floored, white-walled Miller Gallery, decorated sparsely with mid-century modern furniture and fresh flowers, everything has its place. There's "Tank Girl," an imposing seven-foot by six-foot oil on canvas portrait by Jo Hay, a British American painter who, in her series "Benders," depicts individuals identifying as gender fluid.
If you're in the upstate, swing by Art & Light for an exhibit featuring works from Charleston artists including Laura Dargan
, Kate Hooray Osmond
, and J.P. Shepard
. Dargan, who is self-taught, creates figurative pieces, working with the idea that art is subjective. Osmond creates oil paintings inspired by aerial photos she takes while flying in helicopters across North America. Shepard is a full time blacksmith working at Robert Thomas Iron Design who also maintains a studio on James Island where he creates both functional forgings and abstract sculptures.
Additional Miller gallery artists showing in Greenville include Dixie Purvis, Teresa Roche, Marina Dunbar, Charlotte Filbert, and Miles Purvis.
Learn more about Art & Light
and upcoming exhibits online.
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