Artist Marty Epp-Carter, an avid bicyclist and traveler, left the great biking city of Boston in 2006 and moved to another bicycle city, Greenville, South Carolina, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Bicycles, hiking, and camping keep her tied to the natural world she was attracted to in early childhood, but she had abandoned the outdoors as an adult in university schedules and city life.
Today, Marty is printmaking instructor at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. She has reconnected to the outdoors and the natural world plays a major role in a series…
(Southern Graphics Council International)
Panel Chair: Freda Sue, Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina Upstate.
Greenville SC printmaker Freda Sue presented research on crossing culture through printmaking with 3 other professors at SGC International, an educational non-profit organization representing artists of original prints, drawings, books and handmade paper.
MORE THAN BORDER EXCHANGE: CROSSING CULTURE THROUGH PRINTMAKING
Panelists shared their experiences in crossing cultural background through printmaking. For many immigrant artists, dealing with the change of the change of geographical location and verbal language are expected. However, coping with the cultural shifted aftershock could be a much longer process…
Blue Cohosh, by Tom Dimond, appeared in the exhibition “A Patient Search: Paintings by Tom Dimond” at Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
A Patient Search
For the last five decades Tom Dimond has been following a creative trajectory that dances between minimal and maximal; playing a highly controlled geometric structure against the openness of intuition and chance. Dimond came of age in a moment of cultural transition and artistic experimentation. It was an era that saw the triumph of high modernism and the institutional dominance of abstract painting, a new playful, exploratory approach to sculpture and…
You are invited to ART OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, September 16, 2018, from 2pm until 6pm. Location is the residence of Joel Wilkinson, downtown Greenville SC area.
For GPS directions, enter: 39 Blair St, Greenville SC 29607. Curb parking. (Free) bring a friend.
Presenting a collection of printmaking and other works on paper for sale by the following artists:
Marty Epp-Carter, Steven Chapp, Donald Collins, Terry Jarrard-Dimond, Tom Dimond, Phil Garrett, Luis Jaramillo, Nancy Jaramillo, Dana Jones, Catherine Labbé, Freda Sue.
Discover recognized artists based in the Upstate Greenville, South Carolina area. Here, you will find printmaking, drawing, collage, and painting.
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While on a morning walk, artist Tom Dimond found a scrap of paperboard by the roadside. Something about the die-cut piece of litter in the sunlight caught his attention, it was printed with the image of three cherries in bright green and red colors. Tom picked up the piece of paper and brought it back to his studio. He had grown up in a house located on Cherry Street, so this cast-off piece of paper made its connection and was rescued from certain biodegradation. Trash finds a forever home.
Stopping in a convenience store one day, Dimond saw a entire…
Ongoing — Presenting a collection of printmaking and other works on paper for sale by the following artists:
Marty Epp-Carter, Steven Chapp, Donald Collins, Terry Jarrard-Dimond, Tom Dimond, Phil Garrett, Luis Jarramillo, Nancy Jaramillo, Catherine Labbé, Freda Sue.
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You’ll discover recognized artists based in the Upstate Greenville, South Carolina area. Greenville is a focal point for the studios of painters, printmakers and other artists. Here, you will find printmaking, drawing, collage, and painting.
Joel Wilkinson, Seller
Mixed media, textiles, and the Southeast U.S.
Terry Jarrard-Dimond uses textiles in her mixed-media work. Her production brings you to an awareness how textiles fit in the making of art, for me this is a blend of painting, sculpture and installation. Whether it indeed is painting, sculpture, assemblage, or whether the size of a work borders on an installation scale, each piece is to be taken on an individual basis. …