The work “Palmetto with Flowers” by Jamie von Herndon is installed on the Public Art Trail at the Mauldin Cultural Center. This project was chosen to fit the theme of “South Carolina Strong”, a nod to the resilience, strength, and unity of South Carolinians during the tragedy at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston and the 2015 statewide flooding.
This mural is seen in the stairwell of the Ink n Ivy restaurant on Coffee Street in Greenville.
This chalk tribute to President’s day on Mount Rushmore is part of this month’s chalk art at the Aloft Hotel in Greenville.
Kathleen Digney working on a portrait Outside of the Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville
Bicycle parking in front of the Upstate Craft Beer Co.
The project in Greenville: “We give 100 disposable cameras to people and ask them to photograph their life and story.” The result is on exhibit at the Artist Guild Gallery of Greenville. Twenty photo selections are enlarged and framed along with a short story and a box to accept donations of spare change for those which touch the heart. There is also a long wall displaying many more of the photos as normal size prints.
The artwork in the bottom floor of the 400 Rhett apartments.
The sculpture Regenesis by Charles Pate Jr. depicts a man carving himself out of a tree trunk. This could be an analogy of Greenville’s transformation from a textile powerhouse to the variety of business here today. Or not unlike those who made some New Year’s resolutions.
The sculpture is located at the corner of South Main Street and Perry Avenue.
A section of the December chalk art at the Aloft Hotel on North Laurens Street, created by students at the Governor’s School for the Arts.