at 108 Maintenance Building Circle.
Our three-dimensional art includes gourds, carved wood, pottery, mosaics, jewelry, basketry, and fabrics. The majority of the items are priced below $50 and are one-of-a-kind handmade items by local artists. You will be pleasantly surprised at the high quality and skilled craftsmanship offered at these low prices. Shop here for a wide selection of art pieces that make excellent gifts.
Check out our note cards...
We offer note cards featuring South Carolina's history, culture, and natural environment not available elsewhere: prints of Marion Webb's original oil paintings of low country scenes; prints of Gwen Power's original watercolor paintings of South Carolina farm scenes, wild flowers, waterscapes, abstracts, and barns; prints of Deborah Reeves original drawings of birds and wildlife; prints of Gloria Grizzle's nature photographs; and a print of the mural the children in the 2010 art camp painted for the Civic Center.
Quilt Blocks Available
Would you like to have a painted quilt block for your home, barn, or business but don't have a pattern in mind? Come by the Art Center and see the selection of quilt blocks already painted and available for purchase. The quilt block shown below is a 2 foot by 2 foot Ohio Star with a Searchlight center inset, painted by Donna Minor.
Joanne Crouch's wax paintings are our featured art for November. Joanne's display includes paintings in both hot wax and cold wax processes. Encaustic wax is a hot wax process that uses beeswax infused with pigment. Each layer is fused with the former layer with a heat gun or torch.
Joanne Crouch - Encaustic Wax
Photograph by Gloria Grizzle
Looking for something special? We have items to fit all pocketbooks, including note cards, gourds, soaps, felted scarves, jewelry, pottery, mosaics, collages, photographs, prints, and original framed and unframed oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings.
Pottery by Sammy Clark
Artists currently exhibiting items at the gallery: