Opening for The Politics of Properties: Deconstructing Downtown Florence, by Symon Gibson and Tiffany Thomas

The Dr. N. Lee Morris Gallery presents The Politics of Properties: Deconstructing Downtown Florence, a group exhibition by Symon Gibson and Tiffany Thomas, which runs through February 28, 2017. The public is invited to an artist reception and opening on Sunday, January 22nd at 3:00 p.m. in the gallery. Admission is free and light refreshments will be provided.

 

The exhibit examines Florence’s downtown development. Both artists were fascinated with what buildings were allowed to stay versus what buildings were torn down throughout the history of Florence. Symons artworks depict recently built buildings in Downtown Florence. Tiffany’s works are based on buildings that were demolished.

Symon Gibson holds a B.A. Degree in Visual Arts from Francis Marion University. He has exhibited work at the Art Trail Gallery and the Francis Marion University Hyman Fine Arts Gallery.

 

Tiffany Thomas holds a B.A. degree in Visual Arts from Francis Marion University. She has exhibited in numerous shows such as the South Carolina Arts Commission Gala, The North Carolina Museum of Art of the Auction, Spartanburg Juried Art Competition, The Heritage Festival and The Pee Dee Regional art Competition.

Both artists own Tthomasarts, an art studio in downtown Florence, South Carolina.

 

The exhibit and reception are sponsored by Friends of Florence County Library. Dr. N. Lee Morris Gallery is open seven days a week and is located on the second floor of the Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library in Florence. For more information, please call (843) 413-7074 or visit www.florencelibrary.org.

The Politics of Properties: Deconstructing Downtown Florence, by Symon Gibson and Tiffany Thomas

The Dr. N. Lee Morris Gallery presents The Politics of Properties: Deconstructing Downtown Florence, a group exhibition by Symon Gibson and Tiffany Thomas, which runs through February 28, 2017. The public is invited to an artist reception and opening on Sunday, January 22nd at 3:00 p.m. in the gallery. Admission is free and light refreshments will be provided.

The exhibit examines Florence’s downtown development. Both artists were fascinated with what buildings were allowed to stay versus what buildings were torn down throughout the history of Florence. Symons artworks depict recently built buildings in Downtown Florence. Tiffany’s works are based on buildings that were demolished.

Symon Gibson holds a B.A. Degree in Visual Arts from Francis Marion University. He has exhibited work at the Art Trail Gallery and the Francis Marion University Hyman Fine Arts Gallery.

Tiffany Thomas holds a B.A. degree in Visual Arts from Francis Marion University. She has exhibited in numerous shows such as the South Carolina Arts Commission Gala, The North Carolina Museum of Art of the Auction, Spartanburg Juried Art Competition, The Heritage Festival and The Pee Dee Regional art Competition.

Both artists own Tthomasarts, an art studio in downtown Florence, South Carolina.

The exhibit and reception are sponsored by Friends of Florence County Library. Dr. N. Lee Morris Gallery is open seven days a week and is located on the second floor of the Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library in Florence. For more information, please call (843) 413-7074 or visit www.florencelibrary.org.

 

The Business of Art: The Story of a Studio

Join us as we hear from Tiffany Thomas and Symon Gibson as they tell the story around TThomas Arts, a new arts business and initiative in downtown Florence.

Tthomasarts is a fun and exciting brand headed by Tiffany Thomas, offeirng original art created by Tiffany and workshops that teach color theory and design. Their goal is to not only sell art nationally online and through galleries and craft shows, but also to demonstrate to others how art can bridge communities and make the world a better place. Learn more about TThomasArts here: http://www.tthomasarts.com/

Hear about the studio’s journey along with the steps taken and needed towards pursuing an Arts Business.

This Professional Development Series for artists is possible due to the generous support of Wells Fargo Bank.

These conversations for artists of all forms will take place on Mondays from 5:30pm to 7pm in the Waters Building located in downtown Florence at 135 South Dargan Street. All are welcome and there is no cost to attend.

For more information, call the Florence Regional Arts Alliance at 843-407-3092.