Visit Lake City Visitors Center | Artist Sarah Helen Mishoe

Visit Lake City Visitors Center invites you to


Featuring artist Sarah Helen Mishoe

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 from 5pm – 7pm

There will be wine. There will be hors d’oeuvres. There will be fabulous art from local favorite Sarah Helen Mishoe! All art is available for SALE! Make plans to be at The Visitors Center located at 110 East Main Street from 5PM to 7PM on February 5th for this wonderful mid-week treat of an event!

Jones-Carter Gallery and TRAX Visual Art Center | Dual Opening

Lake City | ArtFields® | Dual Opening

Jones- Carter Gallery and TRAX Visual Art Center

Opening Reception for artists Jamey Grimes and Noah James Saunders

Friday, January 31, 2020 from 6pm to 8pm


The Jones-Carter Gallery will be transformed into an immersive show from Jamey Grimes, where as TRAX Visual Art Center will be hosting Noah James Saunder’s 30 year conversation with wire.

Save the date for Friday, January 31 from 6PM-8PM for a DUAL opening to celebrate both shows!

Both artists are returning to Lake City after exposure during ArtFields and are sure to delight you with their installations. Enjoy art, wine, and hors d’oeuvres during this FREE event.

Jones – Carter Gallery | FORMICARIUM Jamey Grimes

Jones – Carter Gallery presents:

An Installation exhibit by artist Jamey Grimes


Opening January 31 through March 14, 2020

Exhibit hours are Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm

105 Henry Street, Lake City, SC 29560

“In Formicarium, plastic surfaces accumulate to form tunnels of light and shadow. Colors change over time, dynamically shifting the viewer’s interpretation of depth and form. A formicarium is a technical term for an ant farm. In this installation, the Jones-Carter gallery is transformed into a box full of tunnels, to be explored by humans, rather than ants. The carved and melted texture of the plastic walls might imply a network of tunnels at a smaller scale.”  Artist Jamey Grimes from Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

TRAX Visual Art Center | Noah James Saunders

TRAX Visual Art Center presents:

The Depth of Wire, A Survey of Noah James Saunders work

Opening Reception January 31, 2020 at 6pm

Exhibit runs through March 21, 2020

Exhibition hours are Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm

122 Sauls Street, Lake City, SC 29560



“I have always dreamed of having a show where I can put my latest art into the context of the process and personal journey out of which it was born. This dream is coming true!

Please join us at the TRAX Visual Art Center for the first ever Survey of Noah James Saunder’s 30 year conversation with wire. This show will feature my very first wire sculptures and all my favorite wire creations whose making paved the way for my most recent, and perhaps most meaning filled sculptures.The latter having been inspired by my most recent art study trip to Italy, which opened my creative soul and lead me to surrender the title of student of my craft, and to begin to create works of significant, lasting meaning.

This survey will also include my jewelry and ceramics juxtaposed with the amazing fabric art of Andrea Wellnitz.”  artist Noah James Saunders.

LCCT 2019 Student Production – Peter Pan, Jr.

The Lake City Community Theatre presents Peter Pan Jr.  student production
Performances are Saturday June 1st (2 shows) and Sunday June 2nd.
All performances will take place at Blanding Street Auditorium, 125 S. Blanding Street in Lake City, SC.
For more information and for purchasing tickets, please visit the Lake City Community Theatre website.

ArtFields® 2019

ArtFields started in 2013 with a simple goal: honor the artists of the Southeast with a week’s worth of celebration and competition in the heart of a traditional Southern small town. The competition and exhibition offers more than $140,000 in cash prizes. The winners of two People’s Choice Awards are determined by the votes of people visiting ArtFields; a panel of art professionals selects all the other awards, including the $50,000 Grand Prize and $25,000 Second Place award.

Up to 400 works of art will be on display in locally-owned venues, from renovated 1920s warehouses and professional art spaces such as Jones-Carter Gallery and TRAX Visual Art Center to the library, the history museum, the Ronald E. McNair Life History Center, restaurants, boutiques and other shops. During ArtFields, what was once one of South Carolina’s most prosperous agricultural communities becomes a living art gallery as we recognize, celebrate and share the artistic talent of the Southeast.