No tags yet.

Dubeau, Carruth Featured in Hartwell Show

Anderson Artists Guild members Debra Taylor Dubeau and Rebecca Lawson Carruth each have three pieces in the 24th Annual Juried Art Exhibit at The Art Center on the square in Hartwell, Georgia. The show opened on June 14 and runs through August 4. Dubeau works in oil, which she appreciates for its many nuances. “It’s buttery, fluid, forgiving,” she said. “You can change it, build it, blend it on the canvas or on the palette.” Forever and Ever, based on a friend’s photo, portrays a pair of parakeets. “I was trying to relay the emotion of love and their affection for each other,” she said. To capture their softness, she switched to different types of brushes and used thinner and thicker paint a

Garret Hamm and Wendy Rogers Part of Current Show in Anderson

The oil paintings of Anderson Artists Guild members Garret Hamm and Wendy Rogers are currently on display at the Anderson Arts Center as part of the “Aspects of Oil” show, a three-artist exhibit which opened on June 8 and runs through July 20. For Rogers, her first invitational show was a great success. Not only did her children fly in to surprise her for the opening, but she sold 14 of her 22 pieces in the first hour. “I was overwhelmed,” she said. Former Arts Center Executive Director Kimberly Spears asked Rogers to be part of a show two years ago. “I have to really laugh because Kimberly said, ‘We consider you a new and emerging artist,’ and I’m going to be 70,” said Rogers. Among Rogers’

Barbara Yon’s First Solo Show to Open in Aiken

A mission trip to Japan in 1991 had a great influence on Anderson Artists Guild member Barbara Yon. For someone who hadn’t traveled much, living and teaching English in a very foreign culture for six months was a shock. But she also found herself drawn to the art. “I liked the design of their stamps, and I loved their paper,” she said. “I collected a lot of used stamps from the office and a lot of papers, some of these out of the trash can and some I bought.” Back home, in between additional mission trips to Taiwan and Bali, she began to make collages, winning recognition and prizes in shows in Anderson and Hartwell and with a traveling exhibition with the South Carolina Watermedia Society.

Pendleton Square Artists Cooperative Hosts an Active Gallery

Four members of the Anderson Artists Guild belong to the Pendleton Square Artists Cooperative: Debbie Bzdyl, Rebecca Carruth, Lou Koppel, and Lori Solymosi. This cooperative requires several commitments but offers an opportunity to show and sell their artwork. The gallery opened in August 2013 with 13 founding artist members and has grown to 25 members currently. It moved to its larger current location after a car ran into the previous gallery in January 2017. Members choose one of two levels of membership: working or non-working. Both must attend co-op meetings and participate in gallery/co-op committees and events in addition to providing artwork for the gallery and paying a $100 membershi

Recent Posts
Search By Tags
Archive
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square