The Artists of the South Carolina Cotton Trail

The Artists of the South Carolina Cotton Trail will be exhibiting at The Rice Museum’s Prevost Gallery in Georgetown, SC, beginning April 6 through May 10.

 

An opening reception, free to the public, will be held April 6 from 2 pm until 4 pm with light refreshments.

 

This multi-media exhibit will showcase the works of the ASCCT members from the six county region that encompasses the Cotton Trail region of South Carolina.

 

The ASCCT supports its fellow regional artists and promotes the tradition of the fine visual arts in the medias of Clay, Drawing, Fiber, Glass, Mixed Media, Painting, Paper (Printmaking), Photography and Sculpture.

Artists of the South Carolina Cotton Trail

The Artists of the South Carolina Cotton Trail will be on view March 1 through April 27, 2018 on display at Black Creek Arts Center and The Mantissa Suites

OPENING RECEPTION MARCH 1ST FROM 5:30-7PM

The Artists of the South Carolina Cotton Trail promote the tradition of fine visual arts and fine crafts. It serves the professional artists and craftspeople of the South Carolina Cotton Trail area, and work representing the area. The guild also serves as a liaison between its juried membership and other cultural and educational organizations within the state.

Black Creeks Arts Council is located at 116 West College Avenue, Hartsville, Sc 29550.

 

Opening Reception for Masterworks: Artists of the South Carolina Cotton Trail

image: Matriline, Mixed media, by Adrian Rhodes

The Jones-Carter Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of over forty works by members of the Artisans of the South Carolina Cotton Trail. Masterworks: The Artists of the South Carolina Cotton Trail will run from Friday, January 29 through Saturday, March 5, 2016. An opening reception will be held Friday, January 29 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Work in this exhibition represents media as diverse as the artists themselves with everything from fine art photography and digital collage to mixed media and printmaking as well as traditional drawing, painting, sculpture, and watermedia techniques. For the majority of the artists featured, inspiration comes from the native landscape and rural scenes and iconography of the South.

Featured Artists: Bobbi Adams, Anne Baldwin, Lee Benoy, Timi Bronson, Frankie Bush, Mike Gann, Jim Gleason, Janis Hobbs, Linda Humphries, Vicky McLain, Suzanne Muldrow, Pamela Rhoads, Adrian Rhodes, Aubree Ross, Cornelia Webster-Joyner, Beth Wicker