September 10th - October 30 2017


Florence Library

Gallery Celebrates African American Culture

The Doctors Bruce and Lee Foundation Library’s Morris Gallery will exhibit the works of several accomplished Low Country African American artists to commemorate the historic Jamestown, S.C. settlement of freed slaves. 

Admission is free
Featured artists

Arianne King Comer, Alvin B. Glen, Hank D. Herron, and Addelle Sanders.


The Doctor N. Lee Morris Gallery

second floor of the Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library in Florence

Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:15 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.; and Sunday, 2:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m

509 S. Dargan Street, Florence, SC 29506Circulation (Main Information)
Phone: (843) 662-8424

MT. PLEASANT ARTISTS GUILD

Exhibiting Member


The Mt. Pleasant Artists Guild was organized in 1996 by a small group of local artists.  The
Guild's mission is to provide a forum for members to meet, create, learn and exhibit together.  
Our goal is to promote an interest in art within the East Cooper area and to work toward self-improvement and public recognition of the arts.

Check out the guild gallery
https://www.mpagperspectivegallery.com


1055 Johnnie Dodds Boulevard Suite 50
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464


"Betrayed, Then there were "Three"

32" x 40"

pastel, pigmented ink on water color paper

Alvin B Glen

Click image to read Art Mag article.


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alvin b glen

"Betrayed, Then there were "Three"

32" x 40"

pastel, pigmented ink on water color paper

Alvin B Glen

Click image to read Art Mag article.

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Current Gallery

South Carolina Artisans Center


318 Wichman Street
Walterboro, SC 29488
Phone:
Open Daily 9am - 5pm
Sundays 1pm - 5pm

Located near Charleston, SC, The South Carolina Artisans Center is home to the state’s most talented artists and artisans. Whether the medium be clay, metal, glass, wood fiber or film, more than 250 juried artists guarantee work of exceptional quality. Come and find South Carolina’s most unique garden sculptures, loomed shawls, hand-made jewelry, photography and sweet grass baskets.

Read Art Mag Article

Goose Creek Artists Guild

Exhibiting Member


https://www.facebook.com/GooseCreekArtistsGuild/

Located near Charleston, SC.

Goose Creek, SC


Walter Greer Gallery

De Aarts ob We People XX Exhibition & Sale
Opening Reception: February 2, 2017
5pm-7pm

NIBCAA’s Gullah exhibition is the largest juried exhibition of Gullah Art in the world. Meet the artists while perusing works by emerging and leading Gullah artists. For more information visit:

www.gullahcelebration.com

 Exhibition runs February 1 -25,  2017

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10am-4pmFree and Open to the Public

Lake City Library Community Center
221 East Main Street

The image to the right will be exhibited at this years ARTFIELDS event, in the Lake city library

Charleston Artist Guild

Exhibiting Member


160 E Bay St #102

Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 722-2425
Hours:11AM–6PM


The 62nd Members Exhibition
Last Year’s 1st Place Winner in 2D Art






















"Meatallurgy"

22"x30"

pastel, pigmented ink on water color paper

Alvin B Glen

The Holy City:
Art of Love, Unity & Resurrection
Art in memory and tribute to the persons taken away and left

behind through a tragic event at Mother Emanuel AME Church,

Charleston, SC
414 King Street
Downtown Charleston


May 27 - June 12, 2016
Piccolo Spoleto
Outdoor Art Exhibition
Exhibitor # 52
Marion Square
Charleston, SC
Come enjoy my pastel low country imagery.


The Second Annual Slave Dwelling Project Conference
October 8 – 10, 2015
The Second Annual Slave Dwelling Projec
Conference in North Charleston SC, includes an art exhibit in the North Charleston City Hall Gallery on the second floor of city hall. Participating artists are Arianne King Comer Joseph McGill, Terry James, Ife Franklin, Ifetayo White, Hampton Olfus Jr, Catherine Lamkin, Addelle Sanders, Diane Britton Dunham, Andrea Hazel, Hank D. Herring, Alvin Glen. The artworks may be viewed Sept. 3, through Oct. 10th.


ISMS
February 12 - May 30, 2015
Avery Research Center: ISMS. This exhibition makes provocative visual statements on the oppressive and alienating forces that negative “isms” wreak on society. Many of us bear the metaphysical scars of our personal confrontations with these “isms.” While the mental and emotional scarring can be much more concrete. As artists, however, we have the tools, passion and spirit to visually convey our insights, perspectives on these ills and transform the mundane into powerful, inspiring works of art that will provoke a “hallelujah” from the “saved” and wake-up the complacent.

The opening reception will be Thursday, February 26 from 6 - 8pm. Avery Research Center is located at 125 Bull Street. For more information please call (843) 953-7609 or visit
De Aarts Ob We People ART EXHIBIT - OPENING RECEPTIONJan. 30 - Feb. 26 2015
Opening Reception is the first opportunity for patrons and visitors to see the display of original work by emerging and leading artists at the XVII Arts Ob We People Annual Art Exhibition and Sale.
Friday,January 30, 2015, 6:00 PM
Venue: Walter Greer Gallery at Arts Center of Coastal Carolina,
14 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926



TENTH ANNUAL HISTORIC BLUFFTON
ARTS & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
Where Fine Art & the Bounty of the Sea Come Together
October 12 - 19, 2014
The tenth annual Historic Bluffton Arts and Seafood Festival will be held in the charming and eclectic historic district of Bluffton SC, well known for its quirky art community and natural river beauty.
The highlight of the festival is the Streetfest which includes a juried fine art show featuring artists from 10 different states displaying and selling their art, and delicious food provided by the area's premier restaurants and caterers and great music and entertainment on Saturday, October 18th and Sunday, October 19th.

MOJA Arts Festival Opening Reception
Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 6:00pm-8:00pm
Dock Street Theater, 135 Church Street
Admission: Free
A courtyard view provides a beautiful setting to meet the

2014 MOJA poster artist, Alvin B. Glen.

Mr Glen is currently teaching art  at Harleyville-Ridgeville Middle school. Join us to celebrate over three decades of the MOJA Arts Festival. The Opening Reception will be catered by Joe’s Catering, featuring authentic Caribbean cuisine                                                     --------------------------------------------------------------------------


Alvin B. Glen: Man, Media, Message

September 25-October 30
Monday-Thursday; 9:00am-8:00pm
Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am-2:00pm
Reception: October 9, 5:00pm-7:00pm
The Art Institute of Charleston, 24 North Market Street
Coordinator: Francina Smalls-Joyner
Sponsor: The Art Institute of Charleston This exhibit will feature more than 20 mixed-media drawings, oil and soft pastels, and hand pulled lithographs this exhibition will be the first comprehensive showing of Alvin B. Glen’s work, which will cover four major approaches to art production.