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Florence County Museum in Florence, SC, Calls for Entries for “2015 Pee Dee Regional Art Competition” – Deadline Nov. 23, 2014

October 29, 2014

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The Florence County Museum in Florence, SC, is pleased to announce the “2015 Pee Dee Regional Art Competition”, presented by the Florence Museum Board of Trustees and sponsored by Chick-fil-A.

Entries for the competition will be accepted Friday through Saturday, Nov. 21 – 23, 2014, at the Waters Gallery, 135 S. Dargan Street, (site of old Art Trail Gallery) between the hours of 10am-5pm on Nov. 21-22, and from noon-5pm on Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014. Interested artists can download a prospectus and registration form from the museum’s website at (www.flocomuseum.org).

A first place cash award of $1000 will be presented at the opening reception on Thursday evening, Jan. 15, 2015. Second place will receive $500 and third place will receive $250. The People’s Choice Award winner, which will be voted upon by attendees of the opening reception, will receive $150.

Charleston native, Lese Corrigan, will be this year’s judge. Lese Corrigan is the owner and operator of Corrigan Gallery, located on Queen Street in Charleston, SC. As a working artist, Corrigan has been a long-time supporter of Charleston artists and an active participant in the Southern Art scene. Corrigan’s work is representational but more expressionistic than realistic. The paintings are full of color and the joyful playfulness of life; surfaces imbued with light – color and texture being the defining structure. Corrigan fully immersed herself in the visual arts in the late 1980’s, working her way through the different opportunities in the art community. An oil painter, whose portraits and landscapes pull together in a vibrant expressionistic manner the play of light and the resulting changes in hue and shade that delight the eye in the course of the day, Corrigan also works in other media – linocuts, photography and clay sculpture. Corrigan was the president for 2009 of the CFADA – Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association and remains active in the promotion of Charleston as the fine arts’ destination it has been for centuries.

The mission of the “2015 Pee Dee Regional Art Competition” is to feature the best contemporary art in the eastern region of South Carolina, including the counties of Florence, Darlington, Marion, Marlboro, Sumter, Georgetown, Horry, Williamsburg, Dillon, Kershaw, Chesterfield and Lee.

Each artist may submit up to four works in any medium at a registration fee of $12.50 per work. Museum members are allowed two entries free of charge. All work must be hand delivered on the scheduled drop off dates.

For more information about entering the “2015 Pee Dee Regional Art Competition”, please contact the Florence County Museum at 843/676-1200, or visit the museum website at (www.flocomuseum.org) to obtain a prospectus.

The museum’s regular hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm and Sundays from 2-5pm.

Jane Madden Invites You to Take Advantage of Spooktacular Savings This Weekend in Florence, SC – Oct. 24 and 25, 2014

October 24, 2014

Barbara Mellen and I want to invite you to our “Spooktacular Savings Weekend,” Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24th & 25th, from 10am– 6pm, at the Earring Lady location – 2717 Second Loop Road here in Florence, SC. My silk scarves will be available plus Barb has some fantastic savings on her unique, hand-made dichroic glass jewelry items. Earring “seconds” will be only $8! She’s introducing new designs, too! There’s even free gift wrapping, as well as refreshments. (They do an amazing job on the gift wrapping!) Cork fashion accessories will be half off!!

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My line of hand-dyed (ice dyed) silks has expanded to include silk velvet and silk cashmere. Believe it or not, all of my silks are washable and already pre-shrunk. The silk cashmere comes as shawls that are roughly 78” x 29” minus the fringes which would add about another 6” to the overall length. The current group of silk cashmere shawls is in soft, muted tones. They are incredibly soft, like angora. They’re versatile, too. They would be the ultimate baby blanket!

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In addition to the velvet and silk cashmere, there will also be scarves in Thai Silk, Habotai, Paj Silk (a little lighter weight), Devore (silk chiffon with a rayon design on top), and Silk Chiffon. Lengths vary from 8” x 54” up to 22” x 90”. Prices range from $15 up to $39. It is impossible to duplicate either colors or the designs that result. Consequently, each is a one-of-a-kind item.

So, if you’re driving by that little purple building on 2nd Loop Road in Florence, stop in for a few minutes and say “hello”! There’s lot of parking in back of the building. We’ll be happy to see you.

For further info call 843/317-1732.

Florence County Museum Board Announces Gala Opening of the New Florence County Museum in Florence, SC – Oct. 10, 2014

September 10, 2014

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The Florence County Museum Board invites you to participate in an opening Gala on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, for the new Florence County Museum in Florence, SC. Tickets are available for purchase at $125.00 per person; all proceeds benefit the Museum.

The Gala will provide participants an opportunity to be the first to view the new building designed by Cooper Robertson and Partners from New York, NY, in collaboration with Watson Tate Savory, Columbia, SC. Guests will also have an opportunity to see newly installed permanent exhibits designed by award winning exhibit design firm, HaleySharpe Design as well as view two outstanding changing exhibits, “William H. Johnson: New Beginnings” and “Selections from The Wright Collection of Southern Art”.

The opening of the Museum has been long awaited by many. The project began with funding provided by the State of South Carolina. This generous contribution began a unique collaboration between Florence County, Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation, the State of South Carolina and the Trustees of the Florence Museum.

For more information about how to purchase tickets, please call the Florence County Museum at 843/676-1200. Gala is Black Tie optional and begins at 7:30pm. Trolleys are available to transport from near parking areas during the event. Tickets are limited to 500.

Beginning Oct. 11, 2014, the Florence County Museum at 111 West Cheves Street in Florence, SC, will be open to the public: Tuesday through Saturday: 10am to 5pm and Sunday: 2 to 5pm. Admission is free.

Florence Regional Arts Alliance in Florence, SC, is Calling for Entries for “Small Works 2014” – Deadline is Oct. 3, 2014

September 9, 2014

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The Florence Regional Arts Alliance in Florence, SC, is calling for entries for its juried show, “Small Works 2014”, juried by Kara Warren, which will be presented at the Art Trail Gallery in Florence, from Oct. 28 through Nov. 20, 2014. A reception will be held on Nov. 6, from 5:30-7:30pm

All entries must be submitted online at (http://www.florenceartsalliance.org). Up to four entries may be submitted. Maximum size restrictions are 12” x 12” including frame. The deadline for submission is Oct. 3, 2014, by 6pm.

A non refundable entry fee: $15 per entry payable to the Florence Regional Arts Alliance.

Awards include: Three cash prizes will be awarded: First Place $500, Second Place $250, Third Pace $100 and Honorable Mention.

Accepted entries will be posted on our website by 9pm  on Oct. 14, 2914.

Juror, Kara Warren, brings with her a broad knowledge of art material, design and technique, gained through her work in art conservation and her experience as a working studio artist. She has exhibited her work nationally, lectured on art and conservation at museums and university campuses, and presently works as Preventive Conservation Specialist for the historic Biltmore Estate. A native of Huntsville, Alabama, Warren currently lives in Asheville, NC.

Eligibility: All artists 18 and older living in South or North Carolina may submit work for this show. Only original work not previously shown with the Florence Regional Arts Alliance or at the Art Trail Gallery within the last two years are eligible. These 2-D works may be in any medium including photography. All works  must be professionally framed and if subject to damage, framed under plexiglass or glass. No clip mounting. Works must be wired for hanging. If works are not framed properly or exceed size requirements or are significantly different from the digital image, they will be withdrawn from jurying.

Liability: Neither the Florence Regional Arts Alliance nor the Art Trail Gallery under the Florence Downtown Development Corporation will assume responsibility for insuring the works of art. Liability will not be assumed for damages resulting from broken glass or poorly framed work. The Arts Alliance reserves the right to photograph and reproduce any entry submitted for publicity purposes.

Sale of Work: All works must be for sale. The Florence Regional Arts Alliance retains a 30% commission on all sales of exhibited work.

Accepted works must be received in the Art Trail Gallery at 185 West Evans Street, Florence, SC 29501, by Oct. 24 or 25, 2014. Gallery hours are 10am-6pm Monday through Saturday.

Accepted works may be shipped. Artwork must be received by Oct. 25, 2014, and a return prepaid postage label must be included for all return shiping.

Important Dates:
October 3: Submission by 6pm
October 14: Notification of accepted works
October 24-25: Delivery of accepted works (between 10 am -6 pm)
October 28: Show opens
November 6: Opening Reception
November 20: Show Closes
December 2: Pickup of Accepted work

For further info contact the Florence Regional Arts Alliance, by e-mail at (peedeearts@gmail.com), call 843/407-3092 or visit (www.florenceartsalliance.org).

Pee Dee Land Trust in Florence, SC, Hosts A Book and Author/Photographer Event with Dr. Wink Prince and Benton Henry – Aug. 26, 2014

August 24, 2014

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The Pee Dee Land Trust in Florence, SC, will host a book and author/photographer event with Dr. Wink Prince and Benton Henry for The Great Harvest, on Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, at 7pm, at the Waters Building, 135 S. Dargan Street, in downtown Florence.

In 2010, the Land Trust hosted these gentlemen, considered two of the area’s experts on tobacco culture in the Pee Dee. They’ve written a new book, The Great Harvest, which will be available for signing and purchase during the event.

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Prince is a professor of History at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC, and Henry is an accomplished photographer from Latta, SC. Henry’s photographs will be on display during the event as well.

A reception generously sponsored by Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd Law Firm will immediately follow the presentation.  If you haven’t been downtown to the newly renovated Waters Building, here is your chance!

Admission is FREE for Pee Dee Land Trust members and $10 for non-members, so why not join PDLT today?

E-mail to (education@peedeelandtrust.org) to reserve your space if you are a land trust member. Visit (www.peedeelandtrust.org) for more information and to register.

A Trip to See Several Exhibits in the Pee Dee Area of South Carolina in July 2014 – Part III

July 29, 2014

Editor’s Note: For some reason I could not place this a Carolina Arts Unleashed this morning. Don’t know why. So we’re launching it here today.

OK – it was a rainy, stormy, day here in Bonneau, SC, and I decided to go to check out some exhibits in the Pee Dee area of SC – yada, yada, yada. This happens sometimes – I go see something, I take photos and notes on what I see and think to help me remember things and when I get back home – life and business gets in the way. So here we are in Part III and the exhibit I saw at the Art Trail Gallery in downtown Florence’s growing arts district has ended.

The blog entry ended up being given in three parts (nothings is ever brief with me) and between Part II and Part III came time to put the Aug. 2014 issue of Carolina Arts together. So, I apologize to the folks who run the gallery and the Pee Dee Artist Guild, but I’m still going to write it up. I can’t inspire anyone to go see the exhibit, but I can validate that it happened for history’s sake. That’s the best I can do.

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So after I was mucking around outside taking in all the outside improvements to the arts district in downtown Florence, SC, I headed into the opening reception for Reflections of the Pee Dee, which was on exhibit at the Art Trail Gallery, supported by the Florence Downtown Development Corporation, from July 5 – 26, 2014.

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It had been almost a year since I had been to a reception of an exhibit at the Art Trail Gallery and things had really changed. The space had been renovated and was under new management. I did my first go around to see the exhibit, and then checked out the no-longer hidden space of Alex Palkovich which shares the space. Palkovich’s work is not the kind of thing you want to hide and you couldn’t keep people away if you tried. Some people might think of it as a distraction to other works on display, but all gallery spaces should have such inviting distractions.

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For some reason I got the impression that the artworks were displayed much better than in the past. Most of the works, not all, by the same artist were together, which is the best way to display works. But in the past, most of the exhibits at the Art Trail Gallery that I have seen were juried shows where works were placed by category, where an artist can have works spread all over the place. This was not a juried show, so that might be what I was thinking. In the past I have tried to encourage the Gallery to present planned shows – that could be promoted ahead of time with press releases. Most juried shows you don’t know what you’re getting until the deadline passes and that’s usually just before the show goes up. That makes it hard to promote in advance.

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The back of the gallery space serves as Alex Palkovich’s showroom

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Gosh – who would think you would fine a nude in an art gallery? (inside joke)

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Go see the final sculpture of General Francis Marion in Johnsonville, SC.

After the first go around I spotted Jane Madden, the person who started the Art Trail Gallery. And, as usual, she and I had a number of discussions about this and that in the art world – until others demanded her attention. Madden is the go to person for info about funding, publicity, and just about everything. So, our time was up and it was a good thing too, as I noticed I was hungry.

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Plenty of places to sit – as they also have concerts at the gallery

The one thing you can always count on at an Art Trail Gallery reception is good food. There’s always a good selection of goodies. So, I filled a plate and found a place to sit and review the photos I took and made some notes. Another good thing about the Art Trail Gallery space – there are always plenty of places to sit. Up to this point I had been on my feet a good bit of time. While sitting there a work on the far wall kept demanding my attention. It wasn’t a work that stood out that much during my first inspection, but it just kept interrupting my concentration.

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This work “Jeffries Creek Swamp,” by Matt Cook kept grabbing my attention

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The show had a good selection of works in a variety of media. Almost half of the exhibit was photographs (22/48) and there were works by artists I knew, but I didn’t have to recognize anyone’s style as all works were properly identified with tags. And I didn’t have to get on my knees to read any of them. (You folks know who I’m talking about.)

There were interesting works there by Lynda English, Jaclyn Wukela, Jim Gleason, Suzanne Muldrow, and others I did not know, but the surprise of the afternoon was the paintings on silk by Aggie Palkovich. I did not know that Alex Palkovich had to share a house and spotlight with another talented artist.

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“Good Morning Friends,” by Lynda English

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“Pink & Blue Scarf,” by Aggie Palkovich

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“Beware the Venum of the Rebel Spirit,” by Jim Gleason

Keep in mind that I can’t show you everything I liked as some works were under glass and that makes it hard to get a good photo.

So, I made another trip around the gallery to make sure I didn’t miss anything and then headed home after a day of filling my eyes and mind with lots of good visions and questions. Most of all I wondered how can towns and cities like Lake City and Florence put so much into developing art districts to lure businesses back into downtown areas, as well as attracting tourism, and some bigger cities ignore the arts all together?

Of course some big cities have so much arts that they can’t support or fund them all, causing them to select a few to keep afloat, while others have to fend for themselves.

If what’s happening in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina pays off – there will be leaders from towns and cities all over the Southeast showing up to find out – how did you do it?

The next exhibit at the Art Trail Gallery will be, Visualicious 2014, on view from Aug. 1 – 28, 2014. A reception will be held on Aug. 8, from 5:30-7:30pm. If you go, you might see a lot of works by many of the artists I mentioned. But, the whole thing is – you need to good and support the arts yourself – it could be the thing that’s pumping new blood into your economy.

The Art Trail Gallery is located at 185 West Evans Street, just around the corner from their old location on S. Dargon Street, in downtown Florence, SC. For further info visit (www.art-trail-gallery.com).

Read Part I at this link (http://carolinaarts.com/wordpress/2014/07/15/a-trip-to-see-several-exhibits-in-the-pee-dee-area-of-south-carolina-in-july-2014-part-i/).

Read Part II at this link (http://carolinaarts.com/wordpress/2014/07/23/a-trip-to-see-several-exhibits-in-the-pee-dee-area-of-south-carolina-in-july-2014-part-ii/)

Art Trail Gallery in Florence, SC, Offers Pot o’ Gold Fun Night – Mar. 14, 2014 – That’s Tonight!

March 14, 2014

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The Art Trail Gallery in Florence, SC, will be home to the Pot o’ Gold Fun Night from 5-9pm, Mar. 14, 2014, where about a dozen artists will be assembling to share their latest works and talk to you about how they create them or will even actually be creating on the spot! We’ve got everything from clay to folk art to jewelry to metal clay to woodburning to silk to glass etching and more!

Jane Madden who sent us this notice will be at the Gallery with her ice dyed silks and some of her hand-dyed, hand-woven Thai silks – at prices you won’t believe.

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silk scarf by Jane Madden

Just down and around the corner on 100 Block South Dargan, the Junior League’s Lucky Shamrock Festival will be underway with 2 live bands, Irish dancers, food vendors, and more! There’s plenty of fun for the whole family from 5-10pm. Both events are free. Proceeds from the Junior League’s event will be supporting Habitat for Humanity, always a worthy cause!

The Art Trail Gallery is located at 185 West Evans, at corner of Evans and Irby, in downtown Florence’s new arts district.

We hope to see you out exploring Florence’s downtown tonight. There’s plenty to do and lots to see!

For further info about the Art Trail Gallery call 843/673-0729 or visit (www.art-trail-gallery.com).

Silk meets Glass in Wearable Art in Florence, SC, and You’re Invited to the Party! – Feb. 7 & 8, 2014

January 30, 2014

Barbara Mellen, brilliant glass artist, and I (Jane Madden) both love color. She works in dichroic glass. I work in 100% pure silk. For the first time ever, we are coming together to hold a wearable art event featuring Barbara’s beautiful jewelry and my ice-dyed silk scarves. Why? It turns out our mutual love of color has resulted in a strange synergy where her earrings are always a dead match for my unique scarves. And we’re going to do this in time to make Valentine’s Day gift giving (or hinting) very easy: Friday, February 7th and Saturday, February 8th from 10am– 6pm, at Barbara’s distinctive purple building just off Palmetto on 2nd Loop: 2717 Second Loop Road in Florence, SC.

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Both of us are offering one-of-a-kind, totally unique wearable art produced here in the Pee Dee, purposely priced so people can relax and enjoy wearing their purchase or gift. (Scarves range in price from $13 to $45 and they are 100% silk.) We want people to own our distinctive pieces. We want them to experience that special sense of individuality that comes with knowing no one else in the world has a piece exactly the same.

My silks are easy to care for – no drycleaning involved! Just rinse the scarf in the sink. The silk is preshrunk by the time my multi-step ice dyeing process is complete. (Yes! I do mean I use ice in the process to dye the silk.) Each scarf has a myriad of colors especially created just for that piece which also means each scarf can go with a huge variety of clothing options. Scarf sizes range from 8” x 54” to 22” x 72” to 11” x 90” and everything in between (!) for this event, though even larger pieces are in the works. There will be over 50 scarves to choose from, not to mention hundreds of Barb’s earrings. Silk types available for the sale range from 8 mm Habotai to Crepe de Chine to Satin to Charmeuse to Chiffon. Heavier weights of silk cost a little more.

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Barb is going to have light refreshments available those two days. She’s breaking out the wine a little later in the day. I hear that Atlas Chocolates from Hartsville will also be on hand with their distinctive products.

If you’ve never seen our items first-hand before, feel free to stop in and just browse to get a sense of what hand-made in the Pee Dee can be. And, if you’re not shopping for your special Valentine’s Day gift at our event, please visit one of the other local retailers who specialize in unique pieces that support the local economy. I would like to recommend to you the Lynda English Gallery on 2nd Loop Road, the Art Trail Gallery at the corner of Irby and West Evans, Harvest Moon Soapworks across the street from the Art Trail Gallery, Jim Gleason & Old World Music for special lamps, music boxes, and sculptures out of musical instruments (3201 Pamplico Hwy), and Humble from the Earth products on Cashua.

To see Barb’s earrings, check out her website at (http://www.glassearringlady.com/). To get a sense of the pieces I will have available, go to (https://plus.google.com/photos/+JaneMadden/albums/5974405653801673601).
Pieces can also be ordered via e-mail, Facebook, or over the phone. Scarves are numbered in the photos.

For further info e-mail to (janemadden@bellsouth.net), call 843/601-8493 or visit Facebook and search for Jane Madden.

SC Sculptor, Alex Palkovich, Wins the 80th Annual National Sculpture Society Exhibition’s People’s Choice Award

November 4, 2013

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Alex Palkovich, the single representative from SC in the National Sculpture Society (NSS) which represents the top 200 sculptors of the nation, won the NSS People’s choice award for his work “On the Way to the Market”. At the ceremony held at Brookgreen Gardens, in Pawleys Island, SC, the judges congratulated Palkovich on winning on a very competitive year in which every sculpture in the exhibition received at least one nomination for the award.

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Palkovich lives in Florence, SC. He was born in Russia, and emigrated to Israel and to the UK before moving to USA in 1998. He was the Global Manager of MRI operations at GE, and before that the Managing Director of Elscint Chriomagnetics in the UK. Six years ago Palkovich retired and chose to remain in Florence, and pursue his first love, sculpting. Since that time he has been involved in helping revitalize downtown Florence, and provided commissioned pieces for Florence Veterans’ Park. Performing Arts Center, Library, NC University, Lake City Village Green, the Francis Marion Memorial at historical landmark Venter’s Landing in Johnsonville, SC, and many more.

An exhibit featuring several of Palkovich’s recent works, including the award-winning piece “On the Way to the Market”, is showing at Francis Marion University’s Hyman Fine Arts Center until Nov. 7, 2013. Palkovich is currently refurbishing a new studio space in downtown Florence that will also feature a small gallery space. Until then his studio is located at the back of the Art Trail Gallery, on the corner of Evens and Irby in Florence.

For more information about the artist and images of his work, please see (www.alexpalkovich.com), or contact him by e-mail at (alex@alexpalkovich.com).

Art Trail Gallery in Florence, SC, Will Present the Florence Comic-Con – Sept. 15, 2013

September 10, 2013

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The Art Trail Gallery in Florence, SC, will present the Florence Comic-Con, on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, from 10am-6pm. The event is brought to you by Legends Comics and Nuklear Comix.

ARTISTS ALLEY:
MICHAEL ODOM ( THE HOLIDAY WARS)
GABRIEL DUNSTON (PURGATORY PUB)
ERAKLIS PETMEZAS (THE LAST CIGARETTE)
CHRIS MCJUNKIN (ZERO’S HEROES)
CHRIS FLOYD (BABES AND BRUISERS)
LYLE POLLARD (THE DEAD DON’T SLEEP)
CRYSTAL HICKS (STRANGE TEA PARTY)
DESI CONRAD (ART BY DESI)
JOHN RIGGINS (CANNON CANVAS COMICS)
BRENDA KONITZER (GATES OF O’BRILLIN)
ERNIE SUGGS

VENDORS:
NUKLEAR COMIX
HEROES AREN’T HARD TO FIND
HEROES AND DRAGONS
DAVE’S COMICS
MIKE’S COMICS
STRONGHOLD GAMING
SEVEN SENSE LTD
GAMESTOP (WITH NINTENDO AND SONY (PENDING) REPS

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS:
THE SCA OF MISTY MARSH RENAISSANCE GROUP
THE 501ST LEGION
THE PEE DEE GHOSTBUSTERS
THE 1960’S T.V. SHOW BATMOBILE (PENDING)

PLUS:
COSTUME CONTEST
QUICK DRAW CONTEST
FACE PAINTING

QUICK DRAW CONTEST:
PARTICIPANTS WILL BE GIVEN A # 2 PENCIL, A BRISTOL BOARD AND 20 MINUTES TO DRAW WHATEVER YOU WANT(KEEP IT TASTEFUL). AFTER 20 MINUTES 1ST, 2ND, AND 3RD PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN IN THREE AGE GROUPS: 0-10, 11-15, AND 16-99. 1ST PRIZE IN EACH CATEGORY WILL BE A 1ST PLACE RIBBON AND A $20.00 HOBBY LOBBY GIFT CARD. 2ND PRIZE IN EACH CATEGORY WILL BE A 2ND PLACE PLACE RIBBON AND A $15.00 HOBBY LOBBY GIFT CARD. 3RD PRIZE IN EACH CATEGORY WILL BE A 3RD PLACE RIBBON AND A $10.00 HOBBY LOBBY GIFT CARD.

CONCESSIONS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE!

KIDS 18 AND UNDER: BRING YOUR BEST SUPER HERO DRAWING OR PAINTING TO THE GALLERY SEPT. 12, 13 11:00 AM TO 3:00 PM OR SATURDAY SEPT. 14 11:00 AM TO 4:00 PM TO HAVE IT DISPLAYED AT THE GALLERY DURING COMIC CON !!

Art Trail Gallery is located at 185 W. Evans Street in downtown Florence, SC.

Admission: $5 per person, children 12 and under free

For info about the gallery visit (www.art-trail-gallery.com).


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