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September 2015

Patricia Kilburg Studio
1209 Pendleton Street
Greenville, SC 29611

Want to visit the Studio? Call 630-1652


The Far Land
6 " X 6"
Acrylic/Mixed Media on Board


First Friday Gallery Walk

September 4, 6:00-9:00 PM
First Friday Gallery Walk is coming to The Village of West Greenville. We hope you will join us in the Flatiron Building for refreshments, conversation and lots of art.

Save The Date!

Be sure to mark your calendars!
Friday, November 6, 6:00-9:00 PM
Saturday, November 7, 10:00 AM-6:00 PM
Sunday, November 8, Noon-6:00 PM

What's happening at
in the Village of West Greenville

The newly formed Greenville Center for Creative Arts at 25 Draper Street in the Village of West Greenville in the Brandon Mill complex is open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.  GCCA will also participate in the First Friday Gallery Walk each month from 6:00-9:00 PM (except July).  Come and see resident studio artists at work.

For more information regarding Greenville Center for Creative Arts see


The Fall schedule of classes and workshops at the Center is now online. See, or call (864) 735-3948.

Announcing Greenville Center for Creative Arts first juried exhibit!

UNSEEN GREENVILLE is a juried exhibition focusing on the people and places in Greenville County that often go unnoticed. While Greenville continues to grow and prosper, we often lose sight of the wealth of experiences, places and diversity found below the surface. Noticing this, the Greenville News, in June, hosted a discussion inspiring its citizens to move forward "as one community...sharing in the success that surrounds us." This exhibition will focus on those parts of Greenville which are often unnoticed, but are a vital part of what has made Greenville an amazing place to be.

The Gallery at Greenville Center for Creative Arts is pleased to announce that works by the South Carolina Watermedia Society will be on exhibit during the months of August and September featuring the top 30 pieces from the group's 37th Annual Exhibition. In conjunction with this exhibit is a collection of works by SCWS past President and Greenville resident Jeanet S. Dreskin.

For more information regarding Greenville Center for Creative Arts see For