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June Issue 2005
Upstate Visual Arts in Greenville, SC, Features Works by Ten Photographer Members
Upstate Visual Arts is proud to present the exhibit, Ten Photographers, on display through June 16, 2005, at the UVA Gallery in Greenville, SC. Each of the photographers included in the exhibit are members of Upstate Visual Arts, a Greenville non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating the vast talent of local artists.
Exhibit coordinator Kevin Isgett was pleased with the show."Each photographer was asked to present five or six pieces with an art photography feel," said Isgett. Photography groupings in this exhibit include Wayne Culpepper's abstract light blue and steel compositions, Marie Gruber's classy European scenes, Diane Hopkins-Hughs's primary colored pop-art, Andy Johnston's elusive street walker series, Cynda Moss's misty British castles, Bruce Schlein's spare shots of overgrown, abandoned buildings, Kim Sholly's haunting effects of reversed light and shadow, Steve Stinson's soulful black and white renditions of musicians, Marion Waters' silent, sepia still lifes, and David Young's study of rusting classic cars. Most of the works on display are for sale.
The Upstate Visual Arts Gallery exhibits serve to further the mission of Upstate Visual Arts: to elevate the stature of visual art and educate the public to its significance. Other UVA exhibits include the Commerce Club exhibit, the Greenville/Spartanburg International Airport exhibit and the exhibit at the Registry of Deeds in County Square.
Upstate Visual Arts exists to enhance the quality of life within the community by elevating the stature of visual art and educating the public to its significance.
For more information check our SC Institutional
Gallery listings, call the UVA office at 864/232-4433 or at (www.upstatevisualart.org).
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