SC3D – An Exhibition of Three-Dimensional Art from South Carolina April 13 – May 29, 2011

Featuring:

Michaela Pilar Brown (Great Falls)

Jarod M. Charzewski (Charleston)

David Detrich (Walhalla)

Rosa & Winton Eugene (Cowpens)

Jean Grosser (Hartsville)

Robert F. Lyon (Columbia)

Linda McCune (Greer)

Jay Owens (Travelers Rest)

Renee Rouillier (Columbia)

Joe Thompson (Greenville)

Daniel Bare & Valerie Zimany (Clemson)

Artists’ Reception: Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 7 – 9 pm

Admission: members, free; non-members, $5 suggested donation

For its April – May exhibition, 701 Center for Contemporary Art in Columbia, S.C., presents SC3D: An Exhibition of Three-Dimensional Art from South Carolina. The exhibition will run from April 13 – May 29, 2011. The opening reception is Wednesday, April 13, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., in conjunction with the kick-off events at 701 Whaley Street for the Nickelodeon’s annual Indie Grits Festival. Admission is free to 701 CCA members, with a $5 suggested donation for non-members.

SC3D presents three-dimensional work by 11 artists or groups or artists from South Carolina. The exhibition includes ceramic artists Renee Rouillier from Columbia; Jay Owens from Travelers Rest; Rosa and Winton Eugene from Cowpens; and Daniel Bare & Valerie Zimany of Clemson. Bare and Zimany will create a site-specific wall installation of raw clay. Both Bare and Zimany teach at Clemson University.

Columbia’s Robert F. Lyon, who teaches at the University of South Caroline, will present turned wood vessels. Jean Grosser, who teaches at Coker College in Hartsville, will show irregularly shaped, aluminum-foil wall pieces with text. Joe Thompson of the Governor’s School for the Arts in Greenville is represented with bronze, metal and wood sculptures. Sculptor Linda McCune, who also works extensively in two-dimensional formats, will present several mixed-media sculptures. The College of Charleston’s Jarod M Charzewski will create a textile-based site-specific installation. Michaele Pilar Brown of Great Fall will create a film-based installation projected at a three-dimensional, layered screen. David Detrich of Clemson University will show several mixed-media sculptures.

 

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