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.
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.
The water feature of the sculpture Falls Lake Fall in Tate Plaza at the entrance to Falls Park by artist Bryan Hunt.
The statue of Dr Virginia Uldrick is located near the SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. She was a driving force in the founding of the school and promotion of the arts in this area.
The Art Cellar art gallery is now open in its new location on North Main Street behind the Max Heller plaza.
This sculpture – titled Nexus of Light is by Dennis Heimbach, and is located at the intersection of South Main and Augusta Streets.
Take a virtual trip to the Southwestern US in the recently opened Whitefeather Gallery on West North Street, just a few steps off Main Street. It features art in the Southwest theme by South Carolina artists, including Mary Whitefeather’s own enchanting portrayals of Native Americans.
The mesmerizing kinetic sculpture Octo 2 on East McBee Avenue was designed by Anthony Howe, whose work was also featured in his design of the Olympic cauldron in Rio. The sculpture is driven by the wind and only requires a small amount of maintenance each year.
While not a Wrought Iron gate, this access gate behind Project One at 1 North Main Street is definitely a wrought and welded piece of art.