Visual Arts

Sunny Mullarkey McGowan crafts bold cuts inspired by nature’s details
The Columbia Museum of Art’s latest exhibit pays homage to the working class’s craftsmanship and gritty artistry
Kent Ambler’s distinctive prints focus on the beauty of everyday scenes
Terry Ferrell is a man of many lives. As a boy, he enjoyed conversations with iconic photographer Ansel Adams. As a pastor, his work has taken him from California to Minnesota to South Carolina. As a collector, he has almost single-handedly unearthed the artistic legacy of Edgefield Civil War–era slaves.
Local artist Glory Day Loflin’s everyday experiences inspire her eclectic paintings
In Sight explores the South Carolina landscape through three different lenses
Greensboro-based online art shop Dead Weight Fly crafts metal works of your best catch
Whether through oils, charcoal, or illustration, Greenville artist Sarah Rose Lyons creates visual metaphors
The Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston takes viewers on a journey through time
Nearing his sixtieth anniversary in Greenville, beloved, prolific, and prescient artist Carl Blair is both a man before his time and yet perfectly present, having an immeasurable influence on artists, students, and collectors that keeps reverberating
Creative duo Carlisle Mercado and Sellers Grantham combine print and poetry in storybook collaboration 'An SC Story'
Artisphere presented by TD Bank shows the advanced work of Greenville County art students

Editor's Letter

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State Line

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Editor's Picks

Discommon Man

Neil Ferrier creates what's in his mind's eye—the more disruptive, distinguished, and discommon—the better

Letters of War

A century ago, Upstate-based Army camp Sevier transformed the tides of World War I when its 30th Infantry Division took the Hindenburg Line. Through a collection of letters and photographs, local historians honor Camp Sevier and the sacrifice of its brave boys.

Look Sharp

Dan Eastland of Dogwood Custom Knives crafts handsome blades and handles

Family Table

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Crash Course

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