Monday, December 8, 2008

Multi-Artist Show on Display at BCAC

Until December 19th, the Black Creek Arts Center is hosting an exhibition of works from artists represented by Feury Fine Art. “I am pleased to have my work, as well as work by my associates, in another gallery. It’s allowing us to show a lot more work in our gallery on Fifth Street,” said Bob Feury, owner of Feury Fine Art.

In addition to the works on loan from Feury, the Arts Center has glassware by artists Mike Gann and Laurie Brown, as well as the whimsical holiday-themed ceramics of Holly Young. “Both the glass pieces and ceramic works will make great holiday gifts,” said Bruce Douglas, Executive Director of Black Creek Arts Council.

Denny Stevenson, a native of Bennettsville, is one of the artists whose works have been moved over from Feury. Stevenson, a fantastic oil painter, is owner of Legends Comics in Florence. “Stevenson’s landscapes are amazing,” remarked Douglas when asked about the Coker alum’s work.

Latta-based artist Jeff Osborn also has works on display in the Arts Center. In viewing Osborn’s works, versatility is one word that quickly comes to mind. “Jeff paints in many different styles and he does them all very well,” said Douglas.

Just like Osborn’s works, the exhibition at the Arts Center is one of variety and quality. Whether it’s Feury’s watercolors or Mike Gann’s European-quality glass pieces, visitors will not be left unhappy after visiting the Arts Center. Hours for the exhibition are 10am to noon and 1pm to 5pm Tuesday through Friday. For more information about the show, contact Bruce Douglas at the Arts Center, 843.332.6234.