Archive for the ‘Arts Sale’ Category

Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn on Hilton Head Island, SC, Announces Winners of 2019 Art Market

May 13, 2019

The Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn on Hilton Head Island, SC, has announced the winners of the 2019 Art Market.


Work by Samuel Yao

Best in Show – Elizabeth Borowsky, Clay – Andrews, SC

2nd place – Samuel Yao, Fiber – Ann Arbor, MI

3rd place – Beth Tockey Williams, Pastels – Edisto Island, SC

Awards of Merit:

David and Veronica Bennett, Glass – Meadows of Dan, VA

Shelby Dillon, Oil/Acrylic – Durham, NC

Karen Langley, Oil/Acrylic – Columbia, SC

Adeline Mazyck, Sweetgrass Baskets – Mt. Pleasant, SC

Amanda McLenon, Oil/Acrylic – Daniel Island, SC

Marcee Musgrove, Mixed Media 2- D – Bloomingdale, GA

Kathy Oda, Glass – Beaufort, SC

Murray Sease, Oil/Acrylic – Bluffton, SC

Willard Smith, Photography – Beaufort, SC

Barbara Umbel, Jewelry – Indian Harbour, FL

For further information call Robin Swift, VP of Marketing and Development at 843/689-6767 ext. 224 or visit (www.coastaldiscovery.org).

2019 Lakeside Artists Studio Tour Taking Place Oct. 11-13, 2019, in the Mooresville, NC, Area Calls for Participation – Deadline Sept. 1, 2019

April 30, 2019

The Lakeside Artists Studio Tour is celebrating our 10th year of offering high quality original art directly from the artists. We hope you will be interested in joining us! We are looking for original art in every medium, last year we featured not only painters in several media, but also potters with many different styles, wood turners, a furniture maker, a handbag maker, jewelers, a metal sculptor and a mosaic artist. The tour is held in private homes and studios along the Brawley Peninsula, near Mooresville, NC, with the studio owner along with guest artists exhibiting at every location.

Please share this information with any artist friends who may like to join in.

This year’s dates are October 10, 2019 for set up and October 11-13 for the tour. Entry deadline is Sept. 1, 2019.

A complete prospectus is available at (http://lknstudios.com/).

A Trip to the Edge of America to See Art – Folly Beach – Who Knew

April 29, 2019

I’ve just posted a write up of a trip I made Saturday (4/27/19) to Folly Beach, SC, to visit Gallery Azul and the Backyard Art Sale they were having that day featuring 13 area artists. We have lots of photos too. Visit our blog Carolina Arts Unleashed at (http://carolinaarts.com/wordpress/).


View of the backyard at Gallery Azul


Works by Tanya Craig


Entertainment by Sunflowers & Sin


Works by Kelly Kane Wood


Jewelry by Dolly Paul

HotWorks.org 4th Asheville Fine Art Show™ Takes Place Outdoors at Pack Square Park in Downtown Asheville, NC – Oct. 26 & 27, 2019

March 18, 2019

*Limited to 175 Artists – all art is original and personally handmade by the artist in the show

*Limited onsite marketing and/or community enrichment opportunities

*Reach a cultured, art buying patron with money to spend

*Convenient parking for artists and patrons

*Comprehensive Marketing and PR campaign

*Professional Artist Awards $1,500

*Youth Art Competition Awards $250

The Asheville Fine Art Show presented by HotWorks.org focuses on visual arts, cultural diversity, community enrichment, and fostering art education among youth. The Asheville Fine Art Show is juried by art professionals with criteria for judging based on originality, technique/execution and booth appearance. Our emphasis is on quality, not quantity.

Show Producer & Director Patty Narozny has 30+ years of media & event experience. Since 2003, she has gained a national outstanding reputation for quality juried fine art and fine craft shows. Narozny networks with local media to bring high-end patrons to the show.

Institute for the Arts & Association, the associated 501c3 non-profit features a Youth Art Competition. Young Artists in grades K-8 or ages 5-13 are encouraged to enter his/her art that is publicly displayed in the art show the entire weekend. There is $250 in youth art awards as students begin to learn the rules and are exposed to the entrepreneurship opportunity of doing art shows for a living. (We are looking for a sponsor for this area.)

Limited On-Site Marketing &/or Community Enrichment Opportunities include:

Presenting Sponsor
Service/Product Official

Youth Art Competition K-8
Professional Artist Awards
Information Booth
On-Site Marketing Opportunity

Each package is tailored to meet your corporate marketing or community enrichment goals.

Come join us and see for yourself why Hot Works shows are the Best!

Contact Patty Narozny, Executive Producer by e-mail at (patty@hotworks.org), telephone at 941/755-3088, cell at 248/762-2462, visit (www.hotworks.org) or (www.facebook.com/hotworksartshows).

SC Festival of Flowers in Greenwood, SC, Calls for Applications for the 2019 Juried Arts & Crafts Show – Deadline Mar. 15, 2019

February 14, 2019

The 52nd annual SC Festival of Flowers is seeking exquisite handmade goods from artists and crafters to showcase in this summer’s Juried Arts & Craft Show. The Festival features original work from all over the Southeast and festival goers love to see the creative process in action. If this applies to you, whether your work is contemporary or traditional, we want you to apply. New this year: crafters will be able to enter one piece for our Juried “Bloom” Award, for a chance to receive recognition and complimentary booth space. This year only, accepted first time crafters will receive $50 off their booth rental. To apply, visit (scFestivalOfFlowers.org/apply-as-a-vendor/). The deadline is March 15, 2019.

This year’s show will be June 7 & 8, 2019, at the Uptown Market Pavilion in Greenwood, SC. Crafters will be in an outside venue that receives foot traffic from the Uptown Concert, Kidfest, the Wine Walk, and other main weekend events in addition to our unique collection of 40+ “living” topiaries displayed in downtown Greenwood.

The SC Festival of Flowers is an award winning festival coordinated by the Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce that was recently named the “Event of the Year” by the SC Festival and Events Association. It’s sure to bring any crafter a “bloomin’ good time.”

For more information, contact the Greenwood SC Chamber by calling 864/889-9314 or e-mail to (Austin@GreenwoodSCchamber.org).

Turtle Island Pottery in Old Fort, NC Offers Discounted Pricing for the Holidays

November 24, 2018

Don’t just mark your calendar, get to Turtle Island Pottery in Old Fort, NC, before Nov. 30, 2018, to get a 20% discount off items you purchase at our Showroom. They’re also offering Free Shipping for those who can’t get here from there!

We have had a good year at the showroom. I think folks are beginning to discover that a stay in Old Fort is less expensive than Asheville or Black Mountain. It is a small rural town and still close enough to get to any activity in Asheville.

So to thank everyone and encourage you to buy local and buy handmade for the coming Holidays we are offering this sale.

We can meet you any day, just give us a call at 828/337-0992. The showroom is open Saturdays 10am-4pm. Send me an e-mail at (Turtle Island Pottery <TiPottery@gmail.com) if you need a package sent off. I can take photos of what we have if you need ideas.

Visit (www.turtleislandpottery.com) to see more works.

Thank you!

STARworks Gallery in STAR, NC, Offers Ornament Sale – Dec. 1, 2018

November 21, 2018

The STARworks Gallery in Star, NC, will be decorated for the holiday season with more than 2,500 colorful hand-crafted glass and ceramic ornaments Dec. 1, 2018, from 10am to 4pm. Ornaments are handcrafted by STARworks artists, interns and resident artists, and come in all sizes, shapes and colors.

STARworks Clay Studio artists have created ceramic crystalline ornaments in new shapes this year. In addition to the familiar ball ornaments, STARworks glassblowers have brought back the popular star ornaments, candy canes and icicles for this holiday season.

The glass and ceramic artists at STARworks have also created ornaments and holiday items for the STARworks Signature Series. Glassblowers and clay artists create Signature Series items in their own time after work. These items are unique to each artist and in limited supply.

There are no advanced or reserved sales. Ornaments left after the sale will be available in the School House Gallery at STARworks, Monday through Saturday, from 9am to 5pm, while supplies last. A limited selection of ornaments will be available online at (www.STARworksNC.org) after the sale. Prices start at $10. Payment options include cash, check or credit cards.

STARworks recommends people arrive at the ornament sale as close to 10am as possible to ensure a good selection. Doors will open at 9am for those who like to arrive early, but the sale will not begin until 10am. The STARworks Café & Taproom will open at 8am with coffee drinks, smoothies, pastries and more.

STARworks is a project of Central Park NC, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the economy of the region by focusing on the sustainable use of our natural and cultural resources. Proceeds from the ornament sale help fund STARworks programs, including the high school glassblowing and ceramics programs.

STARworks is located at 100 Russell Drive in Star, just off I-73/74 in northern Montgomery County.

For more information, call 910/428-9001, or visit (www.StarworksNC.org).

USC Lancaster in Lancaster, SC, Hosts Sixth Annual Winter Native American Art and Craft Sale – Dec. 1, 2018

November 12, 2018

Just in time for the holiday season, see and shop for jewelry, Catawba pottery, baskets, quilts, and more one-of-a-kind artwork at the sixth annual Native American Art and Craft Sale, held in conjunction with the City of Lancaster’s annual Christmas in the City event. The sale will take place at USC Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center from 9am-4pm, on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018.

The event will feature a broad range of work from 12 South Carolina Native American artists showing and selling their handmade creations. Artists include JoAnn Bauer, pottery; Nancy Basket, basket making and kudzu paper art; DeAnn Beck, watercolor paintings; Keith Brown, pottery; Beckee Garris, pottery and basket making; Cindy George, beadwork and jewelry; Faye Greiner, basket making and pottery; Teresa Harris, pottery, quilts and crochet; Marcy Hayden, multiple items; Barbara MorningStar, beadwork; Fred Sanders, soapstone pipes and pottery; Sharon Simmers, beadwork and pottery.


Artist Faye Greiner will be one of several Native American artists selling unique handmade creations.


Shop for Catawba pottery, such as these creations from Teresa Harris, and more.

Crafts, decorative items, mixed media artwork, and more will be featured from around six Native American tribal groups, including the Catawba, Cherokee, Pee Dee, and Ojibwa.

Traditional artist Beckee Garris, who has appeared this fall as the Center’s Artist-in-Residence, will demonstrate pottery and basket making techniques and will share Catawba oral histories and traditions.


Artist-in-Residence Beckee Garris will demonstrate pottery and basket making techniques.


Shop for jewelry, pottery, quilts, and baskets, like these from artist Nancy Basket.

The Native American Art and Craft Sale and admission to the Native American Studies Center is free and open to the public.

For more information about the Center, call 803/313-7172.

City of Lancaster, SC, Reveals 19th Collectible Christmas Ornament – Nov. 20, 2018

November 12, 2018

The 19th in a series of collectible ornaments, featuring Lancaster, SC, landmarks, will be revealed on Nov. 20, 2018. From 10am until noon, visitors to the holiday-bedecked historic Springs House at 201 West Gay Street will enjoy live music, delectable goodies, and the introduction of the 2018 ornament design.

All ornaments in the series will be available for sale, the Lancaster County Council of the Arts Gift Galleries will be open, and original artworks by Lancaster artist, Brittany Taylor-Driggers, will be on exhibit.

The Morning Bells handbell choir will perform special holiday selections at 10:30am and 11:15am. Visitors are encouraged to plan to visit other Cultural Arts District locations while in the historic downtown of the Red Rose City. The event is free of charge and open to the public.

For information, visit (www.lancastercitysc.com) or contact Cherry Doster at 803/289-1492 or e-mail to (cdoster@lancastercitysc.com).

Charleston Gallery Association in Charleston, SC, Offers 2nd Annual Summer Wine Bouquet – September 16, 2018

July 29, 2018

Do you enjoy summer wines, fine art, and live music? Grab a pair of tickets to the Charleston Gallery Association’s second annual Summer Wine Bouquet on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018.

Over 20 of Charleston’s finest art galleries will display artwork in the Grand Ballroom of the Mills House Grand Wyndham Hotel. Guests will delight in a variety of summer wines and hors d’oeuvres, and there will also be live music and painting demonstrations for your enjoyment.

CGA’s Summer Wine Bouquet will be held on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, from 5-8pm, at the Mills House on Meeting Street in downtown Charleston, SC.
Tickets: $50 (or two for $90.00)

Purchase tickets at this link (http://www.charlestongalleryassociation.com/summer-wine-bouquet/).

Each attendee will experience:
– dozens of summer wines
– 20+ gallery exhibitions
– painting demonstrations by renown artists
– artist lectures on technique and collecting
– live music from The Kevin Patton Quartet
-hors d’oeuvres
– a signature Summer Wine Bouquet tasting wine glass

Participating galleries include: Andre Allen Studio, Cecil Byrne Gallery, Charleston Artist Guild, Dog & Horse Fine Art, Edward Dare Gallery, Ella W. Richardson Fine Art, Grand Bohemian Gallery, Hagan Fine Art, Mary Martin Gallery, Meyer Vogl Gallery, Miller Gallery, Mitchell Hill, Principle Gallery, Reinert Fine Art, Revealed Gallery, Sandpiper Gallery, Studio 151 Fine Arts, The Sportsman’s Gallery, and Trager Contemporary.

For further info visit (www.charlestongalleryassociation.com).