Feature Articles

November 2002 Issue

New Article: The Gallery in Beaufort, SC, Features Work by Olga Stamatiou
More New Articles

Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, Offers Third Faculty Exhibition

Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Jill Allen & Mary Mason

Theatre Art Galleries in High Point, NC, Features New Exhibitions

Carousel Exhibit a Holiday Tradition at Brookgreen Gardens in Pawleys Island, SC

Francis Marion University in Florence, SC, Freatures New Exhibitions

Fine Art Collector, Charleston, SC's Newest Gallery

Nina Liu and Friends in Charleston, SC, Features Photography by Michael Johnson

Waterfront Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by Amelia Rose Smith and J. Michael Kennedy

Charleston Library Features Works by Arthur McDonald

Carolina Galleries in Charleston, SC, Offers an Exhibition of Works by Charleston's Renaissance Artists

BAA Gallery in Beaufort, SC, Features SCWS Winners' Show

The Charleston Renaissance Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Works by William Henry Johnson

Sunset River Marketplace in Calabash, NC, Features Works by Antonio de la Vega

A Layman's Look at A Portion Of The People - Three Hundred Years of Southern Jewish Life at the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, SC
by Carl G. Marjenhoff

Summit One Gallery in Highlands, NC, Features Exhibition for the Holiday Seasons

Cleveland County Arts Center in Shelby, NC, Features Works by Dawn Caldwell and Holiday Shopping

SOLO Art Gallery in Winston-Salem, NC, Features Works by Greg Osterhaus

SC Governor's School in Greenville, SC, Features Exhibition by Winthrop Faculty

City Art Gallery in Columbia, SC, Features Margaret Hall Hoybach for a Book Signing for Vista Lights

I. Pinckney Simons Gallery in Beaufort, SC, Offers Works by Harriet Goode and Cindy Saad

Carol Saunders Gallery in Columbia, SC, Hosts Works by Heidi Darr-Hope

Cameo Fine Art in Columbia, SC, Features Works Under $1,000 for Vista Lights

Shain Fine Art in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by William Jameson

Myersart Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Pottery Works by Mary Mason

ElderArt Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Presents New Works by Wayne Trapp

Center of the Earth Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Offers Works by Maggie Taylor

Hodges Taylor Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Carolyn DeMeritt

Jerald Melberg Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Wolf Kahn

Converse College in Spartanburg, SC, Presents Art and Design Faculty Exhibit

City Gallery in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Susan Colwell

Charlotte Art League in Charlotte, NC, Features Exhibition by Four Members

Davidson College in Davidson, NC, Presents Works by Jimmy O'Neal & Alex Clark

Transylvania County Arts Council in Brevard, NC, Features Exhibits

Asheville Gallery Of Art in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Robert Mahosky

Furman University, in Greenville, NC, Features Works by Jane Allen Nodine
by Fleming Markel

Conn Gallery in Landrum, SC, Presents an Exhibition Dealing with Abstractions

Hodges Taylor Gallery in Charlotte, NC, Features Works by Raymond Chorneau and Tony Griffin

The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design in Hendersonville, NC, Offers Fall Exhibition

W.D.O. Gallery Moves to Hearst Plaza Next to the Mint Museum Of Craft + Design in Charlotte, NC

Faculty Art Show on View at Clemson University's Rudolph E. Lee Gallery in Clemson, SC

Home Show in Charlotte, NC, Benefits Alexander Children's Center

Gallery on 8th in Myrtle Beach, SC, Features Photographs by Jon Holloway

Grace Li Wang Art Gallery in Raleigh, NC, Presents Works by Grace Li Wang, Cheryl Sweeney and Charles Philip Brooks

Artspace in Raleigh, NC, Offers Several Exhibitions This Fall

Vadim Bora Gallery Opens in Haywood Park Hotel in Asheville, NC

Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, NC, Features Exhibition of Furniture from Colonial Williamsburg

Two Exhibits at Associated Artists of Winston-Salem in Winston-Salem, NC

Woolworth Walk in Asheville, NC, Features Works by Sam Stark, Julie Thompson & Greg Bryant

Somerhill Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC, Features Works by Robert Johnson

New Articles

New Organization in Greenville, SC, Forms to Establish Arts Education Facility in Historic Building

Ann DerGara Up Next on Transylvania County Arts Council's ArtSpeak Series, in Brevard, NC

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