With its mission to maintain the humanities within the COVID-19 local weather, the Aiken Middle for the Arts is broadening its attain with a brand new on-line gallery.
By visiting the Aiken Center for the Arts on-line, customers can view and buy a wide range of works, together with work, collages and sculptures accessible on the middle, all created by native artists.
“Our on-line gallery is made up of artists who’ve exhibited at Aiken Middle for the Arts, so the names may be acquainted to some,” stated Caroline Gwinn, the manager director of the humanities middle.
Artists within the on-line gallery, all of whom have beforehand exhibited within the the middle’s gallery, embrace:
• Ann Lemay, oil paint;
• Janet and Walt Koertge, massive wooden turnings;
• John Gordon, sculpture; and
• Sunny Mullarkey McGowen, graphic artist.
“It’s at all times a purpose to rejoice while you discover a piece of artwork that speaks to you, and our on-line gallery makes it straightforward to place that artwork in your house,” Gwinn stated. “If you purchase artwork, you’re supporting the humanities middle, the artists and our neighborhood as an entire.”
Extra works can be found for viewing and buy on the Aiken Middle for the Arts, 122 Laurens St. S.W.
For extra info, name 803-641-9094 or go to aikencenterforthearts.org.