Need proof that two artistic heads are better than one? Then head out to McMaster Gallery’s exhibit of “Paper, Structure, Form,” which opens Thursday and continues through Feb. 19.
The free exhibit on the University of South Carolina campus features a collaborative exhibition of works on paper between USC associate arts professor Mary Robinson and international artist Frol Boundin.
Robinson is an associate professor of art and head of printmaking at USC. She received a bachelor’s degree in studio art from the University of Colorado and a master’s degree in printmaking from Indiana University. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States, Australia, Europe and Asia.
Boundin was born in Leningrad (St. Petersburg, Russia) in 1974. He received his initial artistic training in the traditions of social realism from his grandfather, the painter Victor Boundin, as well as at the Leningrad School of General Arts.
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Robinson’s imagery emphasizes the natural and organic forms, while Boundin’s explores the mechanical and architectural. Their collaboration includes a merging of individual narratives, both formally and conceptually.
McMaster Gallery is located at 1615 Senate St. Columbia. Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For more information contact Mana Hewitt, at (803) 777-7480.
Camden ART Fall Show winners announced
The winning pieces of the Camden ART Fall Show and other works by Camden ART members remain on display through Friday in the Bassett Gallery 810, Lyttleton St., Camden.
Select works are available for purchase.
This year’s awards include first place to Carl Craighead for his work, “Odds and Ends,” second place to Beth Woodall for “Cowboy Conference,” and third place to Margaret Bass for “Hanging Eggs.”
The People’s Choice award went to Margaret Bass for “Michael’s Story.”
The juried exhibition includes works of art in a variety of styles and media including watercolor, oil, acrylic, charcoal, pen and ink, and mixed media. The Fall Show was judged by Columbia artist Michael Story.
The gallery is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday. For more information call (803) 425-7676, ext. 300 or visit www.fineartscenter.org.
Exhibit seeks African American fiber artists
The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is seeking entries from African-American textile artists from across the nation for a special exhibition to be presented as a component of the 2015 North Charleston Arts Festival.
Artists 18 years old and older, working in fiber and living in the United States, Mexico, or Canada, are invited to participate in the 9th Annual African American Fiber Art Exhibition, entitled “Maya Angelou.” The exhibition will be on display at North Charleston City Hall on April 30-June 19.
There is a $30 entry fee, which allows artists to submit up to four entries. The application is available online only and may be accessed at www.NorthCharlestonCulturalArtsDepartment.SlideRoom.com. The entry deadline is March 2.