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 guild gallery 

 September 1st - 30th 

Our Gallery will be filled with all new pieces for our

 NEW MEMBERS SHOW

Come and see all the  WONDERFUL TALENTED ARTISTS 

               that we have in Spartanburg.

 

We will be  OPEN LATE (5-8pm)  Thursday, September 16th for Spartanburg ArtWalk!

New!
MEMBER SHOW!
 August 1st - 31st 
    PARTICULAR PARTICLES 
        Ramsey + Mead  

Christina Ramsey and Fred Mead will share the stage this August. Christina's brightly vivid, contemporary acrylic paintings perfectly complement Fred's brightly colored glass sculptures. Both of these artists are regulars in AGS shows and always receive rave reviews for their unique work. 

Lee Wilkie Heart
 July 1st to   July 31st 

Jeremy Kemp and Leon Wilkie in the gallery this month. Jeremy is one of Spartanburg's hardest-working and well-known artists. You can see his work on signs and murals throughout town. Leon's past work includes murals, fiber art, and illustrations.

Come and see what this dynamic duo came up with for this show!

   Open Now!  
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 June 1st - June 30th 
    another view 
julia burnett 

      susan myers 

Each of these artists are accomplished photographers, capturing the natural beauty of the world around us. Be prepared to be wowed by their closeups of flowers, dragonflies and beautiful birds!

    Stop by to see this beautiful work
      close up and in person!

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March 6th - March 29th
Annual Youth
Juried Show 2021

Each year we open our doors to high school students from across Spartanburg county, giving these emerging artists an opportunity to show their work in a professional, museum quality space. Cash awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, along with Honorable Mentions, Overall Excellence in Design.

Stop by to see work from these
future leaders of the art world. 

“It is a widely accepted notion among painters that it does not matter what one paints as long as it is well painted. This is the essence of academicism. There is no such thing as good painting about nothing.”

Mark Rothko