Fall show has no art style limits

DwightRose "Topaki Cafe Stop" by Dwight Rose.

DwightRose “Topaki Cafe Stop” by Dwight Rose.


Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg, Carolina opened with its Fall Members Show on view through November 27, 2015. An opening reception will be held Thursday, November 19 from 6:00-8:00 pm, in the Guild Gallery at Chapman Cultural Center.

Artworks will span in media from watercolor to digital and handmade paper to oil and acrylic paintings. Those artists exhibiting are: Susan Hopps, Betsy Skipper, Gesa Hueckel, Joana Darwin, Carol Funke, Dian Hammett, Dwight Rose, Stacey Bevill, Thomas Rickis, Tina Gwata, Elizabeth Winters, Carolyn Alexander, Pamela Stevens, Amy Weaver, Sara Setzer, Cleveland Gossett, George Loudon, and Sam Phal.


"Deep Sleep" by Tina Gwata.

“Deep Sleep” by Tina Gwata.


“Exhibits rotate each month, and usually they feature one or two artists, with a common theme running through their selected works,” Caitlin Boice, Executive Director, said. “Our Fall Members Show is special because there are no limitations to medium, style, or theme. Plus, we can show off pieces by a dozen or more members at once. It’s an exhibit that gives people a better idea of what the Guild is and who represents us.”

"Peace" by Stacey Beville.

“Peace” by Stacey Beville.


The Guild Gallery is open Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sunday, 1:00-5:00 pm. Contact Caitlin via email: ArtistsGuild@SpartanArts.org or call 864.764.9568 for more details.


Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg, created in 1957, serves as a source for creative art in the community by promoting, fostering, and cultivating knowledge of the visual arts and of local artists. It strives to provide enrichment and artistic education for its members as well as the community at large, and thus encourage a deepening appreciation, understanding, and love of art among the citizens of Spartanburg and surrounding counties.


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