Seneca resident Jim Juras creates art that is life-sized and lasting. As a muralist, he enjoys the challenge of creating art that tells a story and shapes a sense of place.
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The City of Mauldin and the Mauldin Cultural Council have opened a Request for Proposal process for the 2021 Mauldin Public Art Trail installation at the Mauldin Cultural Center. The deadline for submission is August 10, 2020.
For the first time in its nearly 20-year history, The Art Bomb’s Spring Show is going virtual.
What started as downtime doodling has earned Jordan Fretz of Simpsonville finalist honors in the prestigious international Communication Arts Magazine competition and the hashtag #corrugatedartist.
Housed in a repurposed building on Union Street that once was home to Palmetto Textiles, Vintage Warehouse of Spartanburg is an assemblage of artisans and craftspeople offering everything from pillows to pottery.
Are you looking for a place to paint, saw, create, build, make some noise and kick up some dust? Then...
Someone once said that a painting without a wall is like a book that’s never been opened. That’s why Greenville physician and avid art collector Dr. Jeffrey Lawson made sure that his rheumatology practice had plenty of wall space.
Diane Kilgore-Condon wasn’t trying to be a trailblazer, she simply needed a new spot for her studio. Working full time...