Arts to come alive at event

Sparkle City Improv’s professional team, AiR BUD, will present a improvisational comedy show. “We perform improv comedy, which means that we take a suggestion from the audience, and then the six performers on stage make up a scene that will never be repeated! So if you like ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’ You’ll love Sparkle City Improv.”


SPARTANBURG, SC – (PNAN) – Opening Thursday, January 19, 2017 during ArtWalk, the West Main Artists Co-Op headlines this event with two new art exhibits. In addition, at 7:00 pm a live comedy performance by Sparkle City Improv, will be in performing during the event which opens at 5:00 pm and runs through 9:00 pm.

     “Visions & Vessels” will showcase the work of 14 local artists whose works include ceramics, photography, glass, painting and comedy improvisation are: Patrick DeCrane, Susan Eleazer, Marcy Fedalei, Glenda Guion, Rita Howard, Eugene Johnson, Carol Kelly, Melissa McEllhiney, Ruza Pocivavsek, David Sawyer, Shelley Sperka, Cherri Williams, Anna Abhau Elliot and Chandler Crawford. Their media will include ceramics, photography, glass, painting, and comedy improvisation.

The second exhibit, “Many Moods in Watercolor” by the nationally acclaimed artist Dwight Rose, will consist of fifteen works of architecture, florals and landscapes. “I do not paint people, things, architecture or landscapes, I paint what light does to people, things, architecture and landscapes,” Rose said. “This show embodies a style that’s based on representational impressionism where the beginnings are based on an abstractive design. As a transparent watercolorist, I thrive on the use of the white of the paper for my lights and working with a palette that is comprised of pigments that are of a transparent quality also. Spotlighted in this show will be the inspirations I found in unlikely places.”

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