An artist’s work is a uniquely singular expression, but the latest exhibit at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts derives collective expression from distinctly different stories. Local artists Dorothy Shain’s, Kiah Bellows’, and Glory Day Loflin’s collaboration In Sight offers an intimate look into the landscapes they each experienced during childhood. Finding inspiration—and each other—at a workshop with local artist Alice Ballard, Loflin, Bellows, and Shain discovered connection through their admiration of natural forms. In the exhibit, the artists weave an eclectic story of diverse landscapes using their own media: Shain through mixed media, Loflin through drawing, and Bellows through painting. Utilizing bright colors and sylvan subjects, In Sight presents the artists’ personal connection with nature while evoking the observer’s personal memories. Though their approach is different, the artists’ vision is 20/20.
In Sight is located in the Exhibit Hall at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts, 25 Draper St, through July 26. Hours are 9am–5pm, Monday–Friday, and 11am–3pm on Saturday.