Explore the Art Galleries of Greenville, SC

One of the things we love about Greenville is its thriving arts community. Of galleries at public facilitiesthere is no shortage of ways to support local artists in our city.

To escape the summer heat waveswe take you virtual art exploration through three Greenville Galleries + give you the details for explore these galleries in person.

The exhibition “sheds light on the collaborative processes in which (the artists) work”. | picture by @artcentergvl

Greenville Creative Arts Center, 101 Abney Street

Current exhibition: “In Flow” | Ends Wednesday, July 27
The works of Brent Dedas, Tom Dimond and Andy Holliday in collaboration with Lijun Chao communicate visual conversations either between artists, with chaotic external forcesor with their own memories.


This work was inspired by the quote, “Life changes in an instant. The ordinary moment. | photo by @artandlightgallery

Art and light gallery, 16 Aiken St.

Current exhibition: “The ordinary moment” | Ends Saturday July 30
Eva Magill Oliver’s works explore how fragile and fleeting life can be + how life is made up of an endless amount of ordinary moments that ultimately shape and shape our entire lives.

Artists Guild Gallery, 200 Main Street N.

Current exhibition: Sarah Contreras Watercolors | Ends Saturday July 30
Sarah’s bold and colorful watercolors feature a number of cocktail-inspired paintings that look so real you could drink them.

A new month means new exhibitionsso catch these works before they disappear.

Pro tip: To block Fri., 5 August to check the Metropolitan Arts Council (Mac alias) First Friday Eventwhere you can be among the first to catch new installs.

Check Map of participating MAC galleries + plan your route.

Mildred D. Field