Visual Arts

For multimedia artist Sarah Mandell, a creative residency park-side provides natural inspiration
The Gibbes Museum commemorates Charleston’s ever-evolving landscape
A mother-daughter team turns handcrafted paper flowers into a beautiful business
From across the state they shine. The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts & Humanities has become a launching pad for young artists, and here are five you should get to know.
Charleston illustrator Timothy Banks, our May Issue cover artist, brings whimsical characters to the page
Artisphere’s Emerging Artists Michelle Jardines and Erin Stuart present 2-D and 3-D works at this year’s festival
Otis White may lead a nomadic life, but his iconic art finds a home in this year’s Emrys Journal
International artist Yuri Tsuzuki transforms steel into sculptures that evoke delicate movement
Greenville artist Nathan Bertling focuses on life, in between
A tomboy’s quest to find an Easter dress prompts deeper questions
Spartanburg’s AC Hotel provides a home for The Johnson Collection’s Black Mountain College art
Printmaker Douglas Piper’s contemporary folk-style prints take you places

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