Feature Articles

July 2003 Issue

SC Watercolor Society Announces Winners of 26th Annual Member Exhibition in Anderson, SC

Moring Arts Center in Asheboro, NC, Features Exhibit of Seagrove, NC, Area Artists

A Few Words From Down Under on
Who Says Who's the Artist?
by Judith McGrath

Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC, Features Exhibition of City Portraits from Charleston Renaissance Period

Church Street Inn Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Jane Woodward

Charleston County Public Library in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Bonnie B. Dorazio

Transylvania County Arts Council in Brevard, NC, Features Works by Carol Weeks

Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC, Teams up with Tryon's, Upstairs Gallery to Present Exhibitions

Summit One Gallery in Highlands, NC, Offers Works by Elizabeth Ellison

Cool Stuff at Cameo Fine Art Gallery in Columbia, SC

Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia, SC, Offers Exhibition Featuring Works by 16 Artists of the Carolinas

Sanctuary Art in Charlotte, NC, Features Second Exhibition

The Art Institute of Charlotte in Charlotte, NC, Features Eggsibition by Wil Bosbyshell

Hampton III Gallery in Greenville, SC, Features Third Solo Exhibition of Works by the Late William Halsey

Wickwire Gallery in Hendersonville, NC, Features Works by Bill and Pam Clark

Tryon Fine Arts Center in Tryon, NC, Features Works by a Tryon Area Art Collector

Transylvania County Arts Council in Brevard, NC, Features Exhibit by Members of Studio South

Cheryl Newby Gallery in Pawley's Island, SC, Offers Annual Antique Map Show

Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC, Welcomes Works by Warhol, Pop Art and the American Icon

Curran Gallery Moves From Isle of Palms to Charleston, SC

Waterfront Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Zernie Smith

Art Central in Summerville, SC, Presents Several New Exhibitions

Belton Center for the Arts in Belton, SC, Features Exhibit by Select Watercolor Artists

City Gallery at the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, SC, Presents Works by Max Miller

Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC, Features Group Exhibition of Works by Carolina Artists

Green Hill Center in Greensboro, NC, Offers Exhibitions to Celebrate NC's Wright Brothers' Celebration

Sumter Gallery of Art in Sumter, SC, Features Works by Lyon Hill & Robert Padley

The Arts Center in Hendersonville, NC, Presents Photographic Exhibition

Fish or Cut Bait Gallery on Edisto Island, SC, Features Works by Betsy Havens and Jim Calk

Art League on Hilton Head Island, SC, Features Works by Katherine Lewis

e.r.l. originals in Winston-Salem, NC, to Feature Works by Patsy Howell

Grace Li Wang Art Gallery in Raleigh, NC, Presents Group Exhibit for Summer

The Asheville Gallery of Art in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Jean Horton Battey

Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC, Offers Appraisal Day - Open to the Public
by Gerry Schmitt

Touchstone Gallery in Henderson, NC, Reaches Peace Project Goal

Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC, Offers Group Exhibit for Summer Months

Hand in Hand Gallery in Flat Rock, NC, Features Works by Ron and Sarah Philbeck

Fine Art Collector in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Peter Scala

Chapel Hill/Carrboro, NC, 2nd Friday Art Walk Takes Place July 11, 2003

NC Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC, Suffles Gallery Spaces to Make Room for Upcoming Exhibition on First Fligh in NC

Hidell Brooks Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Hosts Group Exhibition Introductions

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