From staff reports
“Art Speaks,” an exhibit featuring art created by Beaufort County artists during the Covid-19 pandemic, opens Thursday, Sept. 3 at the USC Beaufort Center for the Arts.
In addition to paintings and photography, the eclectic exhibit also includes wood, textiles, silver and more. While some pieces are a direct response to the pandemic, many are escapes from it. “Art Speaks” is as diverse as the artists who have contributed to the juried exhibit.
All artists are 18 and older and living in Beaufort County. The exhibit is part of a special kick-off event at the Center called, “The Show Must Go On.”
The exhibit is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday until November 1. Masks and social distancing are required.
For more information, visit www.uscbcenterforthearts.com or call 843-521-3135.
(in alphabetical order) Sandra Atkins, Nancy Bader, Lydia Beason, Louis Bruce, Laura Burcin, Frank Cerulli, Betty Cothran, Dusty Connor, Sandy Dimke, Michael Dixon, Diane Britton Dunham, Wyn Foland, Mary Ann Ford, Tina Fripp, Joan Furlong, Joanne Graham, Terri Howell, Claudette Humphrey, Anne Jennings, Chris Jones, Jacqueline Jones, Aki Kato, Elaine Lake, Renee Levin, Ellen Long, Andrew Lyons, Michael Murphy, Jack Nietert, Hetty Nijman, Omar Patterson, Elizabeth Pearson, Kris Peterson, Greg Rawls, Jim Rothnie, Marilee Santori, Sandy Shuster, Brenda Singleton, Marilyn Smith, Robert Steinmetz, Linda Silk Sviland, Linda Tully, Carolyn Wall, Walda Wildman, Tatiana Zalapskaia.