Friday, July 31, 2009

The Three Creeks Visual Artisans Alliance

Art is on Display at Hartsville Memorial Library
For the month of August, twenty works by members of The Three Creeks Visual Artisans Alliance will be on display at the Hartsville Memorial Library on College Avenue in downtown Hartsville.

The Three Creeks Visual Artisans Alliance is made up of artists and artisans from Marlboro County. On display in the library are paintings by: Donald Wayne Chavis, Patricia Gehm, Carolyn Karn, Martha C. Rankin, Janice Rozier, Johnsie Stidd, and R. Thomas Wimberly.

This exhibit marks the second straight month the Hartsville Library and Black Creek Arts Council have collaborated to bring an exhibit to the Serpentine Gallery. The exhibit is also a collaborative effort between Black Creek Arts Council and the Marlboro Area Arts Council. The two countywide organizations have been working together over the last 18 months on forming the Artisans of the South Carolina Cotton Trail.

Above: Penny's Peaches by Donald Wayne Chavis

For more information about The Three Creek Visual Artisans Alliance, click here.

Above: A look at the Serpentine Gallery

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