"Eclipse" 10" x 12" Kate Hooray Osmond oil and gold leaf on panel, "Not to Scale 01" 8" x 30" JP Shepard brass, steel, copper
"5 More Miles" 12" x 12" acrylic on panel and "Otter Rock" 24" x 20" oil on canvas, Teresa Roche and Stephen Pruzinsky
On August 21, 2017 we will experience a total solar eclipse in Charleston, SC for 1 minute and 33 seconds. 1:33 is a group show bringing together roster artists and artist friends who have created pieces that pay homage to the solar and astronomical.
Miller Gallery will be celebrating August’s historic eclipse with a group exhibit.
Charleston is a prime vantage point for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. We have invited our roster artists as well as artist friends to create works referencing the solar and astronomical. We will have a limited number of eclipse viewing glasses available for Monday's phenomena, which will last 1 minute and 33 seconds in totality.
1:33 will feature paintings, collage, resin work, and mixed-media sculpture by guest and roster artists.
Liv Antonecchia is the mind behind Surface Craft ceramics in Mt. Pleasant. She will be exhibiting wall mounted ceramics while emerging artist, Shane Judge, will continue his recent series of multi-dimensional protective sculptures, which combine metal working and precious gem stones. Gold leaf and oil paintings by Kate Hooray Osmond will be exhibited alongside dynamic installations by JP Shepard.
All are welcome to the opening reception on the evening of August 18 from 6-8pm. Participating artists include: Kate Hooray Osmond, JP Shepard, Dixie Purvis, Liv Antonecchia, Rasheed Lewis, Matt Meinhart, Shane Judge, Laura Dargan, Charlotte Filbert, Miles Purvis and more.
Please contact Sarah Miller at 843-764-9281 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.