On Friday, November 25th local Florence artist Mills Brown will open her first solo exhibition of works, “Work and Play”. Mills’ recent art is heavily influenced by images and memories of her Southern home. She also finds inspiration in the new homes she has known since – Wofford, Amsterdam, and now Washington. Working primarily in collage, Mills is interested in creating strange and whimsical combinations of these places. Collage works, along with paintings, drawings, prints and hand painted ornaments will be on display.
Mills is a 2015 graduate of Wofford College where she studied Art History and English. She is currently completing her MFA in Studio Art at American University in Washington, DC.
Clay Pot is located at 166 S. Dargan Street the can be seen and viewed in their gallery space. The show runs from November 25 – March 8th 2017. A reception will be held on Friday November 25 from 6 to 9, with entertainment by local musicians Campbell Bridgeman and Daniel Stone.
Mills work may also be seen at www.millsbrownart.com. Email is email@example.com