Greenville County Museum of Art invites Spencer to plein air project

Published 10:26am Friday, September 13, 2013

On Sunday at 2 p.m. there will be a panel discussion with Davis, Michael Brodeur and Alan Coleman. Speakers will make the connection between the historical examples of landscapes included in the Boston exhibition and the contemporary examples created on Saturday for the “Get Out and Stay Out” project. This will take place in Gallery 5, and the work created on Saturday will also be hanging in the Level One Gallery as a part of this program.

On Sunday evening (6-8 p.m.), Sept. 15 there will be a members’ reception at the museum showcasing the paintings created Saturday. All participating artists will be invited to attend and their work may be offered for sale to interested collectors.

To learn more, visit www.gcma.org.

– article submitted by Allyn Johnson

 

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