[image-1]Charleston’s Miller Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in downtown’s French Quarter, brings 10 of its artists to Greenville, S.C.’s Art & Light gallery this January. An opening reception will be held on Fri. Jan. 19 from 6-8 p.m. at Art & Light, 16 Aiken St., Greenville, S.C.
[content-3]If you’re in the upstate, swing by Art & Light for an exhibit featuring works from Charleston artists including Laura Dargan, Kate Hooray Osmond, and J.P. Shepard. Dargan, who is self-taught, creates figurative pieces, working with the idea that art is subjective. Osmond creates oil paintings inspired by aerial photos she takes while flying in helicopters across North America. Shepard is a full time blacksmith working at Robert Thomas Iron Design who also maintains a studio on James Island where he creates both functional forgings and abstract sculptures.
[content-1]Additional Miller gallery artists showing in Greenville include Dixie Purvis, Teresa Roche, Marina Dunbar, Charlotte Filbert, and Miles Purvis.

Learn more about Art & Light and upcoming exhibits online.

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