Due to circumstances with the coronavirus, Art on the Town was converted to a virtual exhibit in the Arts Center’s Atrium Gallery. Arts Center representatives made selections from unaccepted juried show entries to curate the exhibit.

Art on the Town Selections

Al Junek “Gateway Into the Fog”
Aldo Muzzarelli “Margarita & the Prejudices”
Barbara Curri “St. Augustine Marina Sunrise”
Brad Johnson “Americana”
Carlyn Hardy “Autumn Walk”
Carole Dennison “Maloola By Sunrise”
Cheryl Gibisch “Absence of Chlorophyll”
Cheryl Gibisch “Rattlesnake Creek”
Connie Lippert “Below the Surface”
CT Weiss “The Reflection”
Daryl Stevens “Three Horses”
David Young “Face Planter on Wood Stand”
Debbie Bzdyl “When Earth Was New”
Diann Simms “Fall Garden”
Edward Schmunes “Waiting for Godot”
Erin Hughes “Winter was a Blur”
Hamed Mahmoodi “Hope”
Heather Noe “Blood Moon”
Jamie Hansen “Cherokee Rose”
Jane Doyle “Sunday Morning”
Jane Todd Butcher “Skybirds”
Jazzy Jordan “Queen Street, Charleston”
Jennifer Pray “The Wishing Tree”
Jfred King “Broken/Christ”
Jim Jackson “Arrowhead and Brass”
JoAnne Anderson “White Hot”
Judy Martin “Waves”

Kathe Harris “Spring at Pearson Falls Runoff”
Kathy Moore “Social Distancing”
Kathy Ogden “Angel of Light”
Larry Bennett “Aspens”
Linda Kelleher “Those Cotton Pickin Birds”
Linda Pryor “Sunrise/Sunset”
Loretta Addison “Traveler’s Rest – Fireplace”
Mel Livernois “Holey Hollow Vessel”
Michael England “Songs from Monroe”
Michelle Winnie “Morgan & Company”
Peggy Bowman “No Limits”
Ray Richards “It is time”
Rebecca Splawn “Silver Birches”
Samara Phillips “From All Angles”
Seth Scheving “Another Guise”
Steven Jordan “Appealing Parody”
Steven Jordan “Night Heron”
Tabitha Simmons “Last Look Back”
Toni Elkins “American Heroes”
Valerie Lowe “Bigger is Better”
Valerie Lowe “Pot of Gold”
Wendyth Thomas Wells “Go Fish/Blue”
Yelitza Diaz “Quarantine I”
Yelitza Diaz “Quarantine II”
Yvonne Park “All That’s Left”

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Funding assistance provided by the Anderson County and City Accommodations Tax Fund and by the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.