Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior
Tuesday, January 5 - Thursday, April 7, 2016
Recognized around the world for his innovative style and modern designs, architect Frank Lloyd Wright originated and popularized te concept that structures should exist in harmony with humanity and their environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. The concept extended not only to structures' interiors, but also to the interiors, furnishings and ornaments - insisting that all parts should be as one. The exhibition is comprised on 28 framed works, including 20 reproduction drawings and eight photographs, representing Wright's most distinctive interiors.
Jo Quinn: Under Water
Thursday, January 14 - Thursday, April 21, 2016
Originally from New York City, Quinn now calls Myrtle Beach home. He is a professional photographer who specializes in underwater, nature, documentary and fine art imagery. Quinn's work has been published in magazines, books and on the web, most notably in Asian Geographic, National Geographic, Smithsonian and Dive News. He is a member of the Ocean Artists Society, a unique alliance of the world's top marine life artists, sculptors, painters and photographers.
Kirkland Smith: Assemblages
Thursday, January 21 - Thursday, April 21, 2016
Kirkland Smith was born in Charleston, South Carolina and now lives in Columbia. She earned a BA degree from the University of South Carolina in Studio Arts, concentrating on ceramics and sculpture. In 2008, Kirkland entered an environmental art contest and almost by accident began creating contemporary Assemblages from post-consumer materials. Using discarded objects as her "paint," she found an evocative way to deliver the message of the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling. She writes, "Each Assemblage is a little piece of our history. It is the story of us today. What we throw away says a lot about who we are, but what we choose to cherish and protect says even more in the end."