Art Walk Spartanburg returns on Thursday, May 21 from 5 to 9 p.m. Posters and maps are available at all the art venues, and the trolley will be circulating between the exhibitions.
Brookgreen Gardens presents 20 works from its world-renowned collection. Explore the art of sculpture on exhibit at Chapman Cultural Center, Converse College and Wofford College. One night only, all three locations will be on the trolley stops for the Art Walk.
Carolina Gallery, at 145 West Main Street, continues "His and Hers, Recent Works by Trey Finney and Christine Lawrence."
MYST, at 154 West Main Street, exhibits the abstract, surreal and expressive work of over twenty artists.
Spectrum, will be open at 151 West Main Street, with a selection of framed, affordable prints.
The Artists Gallery at 172 East Main Street will display several additional photographs this month. Open only on the night of each Art Walk, this gallery exhibits Stephen Stinson's photographic portraits of artists, reproduced as giclees on canvas by Ed Emory of Carolina Gallery.
Gallery 155, at 155 East Broad Street, features rotating exhibitions with works from the Johnson Collection.
The Showroom, at HUB-BUB, 149 S. Daniel Morgan Avenue, continues their "Hit the Deck: Art on Skateboards" show.
The Spartanburg Art Museum is hosting "Blossom: Art of Flowers," an exhibit selected from 1,742 entries by 970 artists from 14 countries, and "Betty Bramlett: Past and Present," a reflection of life and experience. The Artists Guild Gallery continues "Town and Country: Urban Scenes", by Isabel Forbes, and "Beyond City Limits," by Garry Turpin.
The Crescent Gallery will hold an opening reception for "The Lady and the Lay of the Land," work by Rebecca N. King.
Several local retail merchants are participating by extending their hours for the evening.
Art Walk Spartanburg returns every third Thursday of the month with all venues open to the public.