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Positive Attitudes Change Everything!
MYRTLE BEACH, SC
APRIL 22 - 30, 2016 - ARTFIELDS, LAKE CITY, SC - Jones Carter Gallery
APRIL 15th - APRIL 29th William H. Miller Studios & Fine Art Presents PERCEPTIONS: PASSION & PERSPECTIVE
Featuring new work from Debanjana Bhattacharjee, Michael Shimoji & William H. Miller
4th Annual Collectors' Event
Sunday, February 21, 2016, 5 - 7 p.m. (preview the artwork at 4 p.m.)
at Collectors Cafe, 7740 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Supporting the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum
This event will provide seasoned art collectors and newcomers alike with a great opportunity to acquire works of art while supporting the Art Museum and our community of artists. A drawing for 100 pieces of artwork from local, regional and internationally-known artists. With a $100 ticket admission, each ticket holder will go home with an original work of art valued at $100 and upwards.
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December 19, 2015 - Saturday, Noon - 8pm; Studio celebrates everything STAR WARS with a unique display of artwork that is inspired by the works of George Lucas in movies, books, animation, toys and more.
December 12, 2015 - Saturday, Noon - 8pm; Studio celebrates the diverse group of local artists in it's First Annual 12X12 Show. All artworks are 12"x12" and are on sale for $60 each (plus sales tax). Please join us for this unique artshow over 100 artworks and over 30 local artists.
November 2015 & December 2015- Studio supports SHOP LOCAL SHOP SMALL - Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce offers special coupons with discounts to save on local businesses.
November 20-22 - Shop Local Support Local Artists @ William H. Miller Studios.
PURGED - art inspired by objects
Winter Street Studios Gallery
2101 Winter Street, Houston, TX 77007
February 28th 6-9PM
March 1st 2-5PM
This will showcase the artwork of 45 artists who have been inspired by objects given to them in a act of generousity and purging from artist, William H. Miller. Each object was given with a story of why William had a personal attachment to an object(s) and why it was hard to let go of these items. To celebrate this big emotional moment in his life, William concieved the idea to honor this life changing event with an art event. Artists were asked to be inspired and create a work of art in their own style which were evoked by the item or even created using the item.