I realize this is a Little Late in the Day..but....( also..see below for another event )
Art Walk ( 1 Yr Anniversary )
September 17, 5 to 9 p.m.
Kicking off a whole new season, Art Walk Spartanburg, returns on Thursday, September 17, from 5 to 9. Please join us as we celebrate our first year of Art Walk, and walk the streets of Spartanburg! Maps will be available at the galleries to help you plot your course.
MYST, 154 West Main Street, is hosting an opening reception for Page J. Davis from 6:30 to 9:00. Her improvisational, abstract paintings combine disparate images gleaned from memories and voiced through color, form and line.
Carolina Gallery is showing a collection of landscapes, figure and still life paintings, as well as sculpture and jewelry by the artists they represent. In the street level exhibition space there are one or two paintings by several artists, whose work can be see in greater depth on the second and third floors.
Spectrum, at 151 West Main Street, is able to offer gift buyers another opportunity to purchase items from the former shop at the Spartanburg Art Museum. In addition there is a wide selection of truly affordable framed prints. There really is something for everyone, and you might want to think "Christmas."
HUB-BUB, 149 S. Daniel Morgan Avenue, will present Art Talk at Art Walk at the Showroom @ 7 p.m. with some of the artists from the current show "Drawn Together." The exhibit features the work of three couples, Ashley Holt & Melissa Earley, Annie Koelle & Chris Koelle and JJ Ohlinger & Darlene Fuhst. Drawn Together consists of watercolors, paintings, drawings, beadwork and digital images.
The "Artists Among Us" project is featuring additional photographs at its new, expanded location at 121 West Main Street. This exhibit is only open on the night of the Art Walk, so don't miss out! Come on by to see how many artists you recognize.
At the Chapman Cultural Center on East St. John Street, The Spartanburg Art Museum is hosting "The 36th Annual Artists' Guild of Spartanburg Juried Exhibition." There are sixty-five select pieces of art from across the region. In addition, the exhibit "From Decoration to Passion, Selections from the Heavrin Collection" will feature works by Henry Gasser, Alice Ravenel Huger Smith and Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, among others. The Artists' Guild Gallery exhibit is titled "Portraits in Wax: Incaustic Paintings" by Teresa Prater.
At 172 East Main Street, The Crescent Gallery is hosting an opening reception for Richard Oversmith in "Southlands and Still Lives."
A brand new location, 201 Broad Street at the Broadwalk Shoppes, photographer John Byrum will be showing "American Natural Wonders."
Gallery 155, at 155 East Broad Street features rotating exhibitions. If you haven't visited this one, make sure you drop by.
Art Walk Spartanburg is your chance to stroll with friends or meet new ones, while enjoying what this great art city has downtown. Make your plans to check us out every third Thursday of the month.
and after Art Walk
Dancing, Friends & Fun
"The downtown dance party"
D.J. Timmay takes request all night!
$3 vodka & bourbon drinks
18 years old & up are welcome!
Bar menu until 11.30pm
Thursday, September 17th
( same building as Hub-Bub)