The artist puts the finishing touches on this sidewalk art in River Place during Artisphere.
Today is the final day of Artisphere, a festival of fine arts, food, music, and fun.
Artisphere is coming again to Greenville from May 11-13.
A live demo by an artist creating sidewalk art.
As one of the live exhibits at Artisphere, the Academy of the Arts in Taylors marched figures from their play Prince Caspian. This dragon turned out to be friendly.
Artisphere returns this weekend for the 13th season – bigger than ever this year, with more space and displays.
The tents on the South Main Street bridge stretch in front of the 2014 sculpture of Ten Artispheres, which honored 10 years of Artisphere in Greenville at that time. (So it’s 12 now!)
Artisphere grew a bit larger this year, moving further down South Main Street and into Augusta Street.
The Culinary Arts Café at Artisphere featured food choices from 8 local restaurants, as well as a place to enjoy the music from the nearby stage.
Artisphere 2016 starts this Friday May 13 and runs through the weekend.
This piece by John Acorn was commissioned to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Artisphere.