This is the fourth regional, juried exhibition presented by the Collective: An annual event to showcase the amazing diversity of work within this southern region. This year we welcome, for the first time, artists from Virginia, in addition to artists …
Spartanburg artist Beth Regula is sharing the artist’s process in her upcoming exhibition, “It Begins with a Sketch: Polymer Clay,” Sept. 6 through Oct. 1 in Gallery II of the Artists Collective | Spartanburg. An artist’s talk is scheduled for …
Spartanburg artist Tad Grubbs struggled with health issues nearly two decades ago, and fellow artist James Allen Bolt has dealt with the stress and sadness of the Covid pandemic over the past two years as a healthcare worker. Both have …
The Judges for the 2022 Annual Juried Exhibition have been chosen.
We are pleased to announce the jurors for this year's exhibition.
My artwork recognizes geometric perfection as the matrix of humanity. Since ancient times, perfect forms (circle, square, and triangle) have been thought to convey sacred and universal truths by reflecting the fractal interconnections of the natural world.
Viewer response worldwide has confirmed the prevalent yet profound spiritual and emotional qualities of color, light, and pattern central to my art.
For many years now, Ryan Roth’s artwork has primarily focused on the ethical and psychological challenges of the idea of the “corporate man” and his relentless pursuit of business success - or lack thereof.
Typically, Roth explores the concept that while working within the environment of corporate America, people can sometimes blur the lines between what is ethical and what is not.