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Park Circle Gallery to exhibit works by members of Pastel Society of SC

The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce that works by members of the Pastel Society of South Carolina (PSSC) will be on display at Park Circle Gallery from November 3-25, 2020. The annual judged exhibition is free and open to the public.

Pastel Passion! will feature 30 dry pastel works with a variety of subjects by PSSC members. Ribbons for first place, second place, third place, and honorable mentions will be awarded by guest judge, artist Christopher Groves. Groves’ paintings hang in numerous private and corporate collections and he is the recipient of multiple awards and recognitions. He is a member of Oil Painters of America, the American Impressionist Society, and the American Society of Marine Artists, and is currently represented by Horton Hayes Gallery.

PSSC is a not-for-profit organization whose objectives are to promote public awareness of the pastel as a fine art medium, to provide educational programs for its members and other interested parties and opportunities for them to exhibit their work, and to unite pastel artists in order to bring about recognition of their work. For more information, visit pastelsocietyofsc.com.

The Park Circle Gallery is located at 4820 Jenkins Avenue in North Charleston, in what was formerly known as the Olde Village Community Building. Admission is free and free street parking is available on Jenkins Avenue in front of the gallery, as well as on the adjacent streets and in parking lots close by. The gallery is open 10:00am-6:00pm Tuesday-Friday, and Noon-4:00pm on Saturday. Gallery capacity is currently limited to 10 people at a time. Staff and all visitors must wear a face covering while they are in the gallery and practice social distancing. Hand sanitizer will be provided upon entry. For more information about PCG, call 843-637-3565 or email [email protected]. For information on other Cultural Arts programs and artist opportunities, visit the Arts & Culture section of the City’s website.