Featuring the works of Lowcountry artist Floyd Gordon. Gordon, a graduate of Claflin University was a student of the noted Chair of of the Claflin Art Department, Mr. Arthur Rose. Gordon works primarily in acrylics on canvas.
Lowcountry artist Amiri Geuka Farris will exhibit his works at the Avery Research Center in March, 2014. He is currently a professor at the University of South Carolina-Beaufort where he teaches studio art. Farris’ works are full of exuberant color and intimate personal experiences.
An exhibition, Africa: Masks, Movement, and Music, will be developed from the Avery Research Center archival holdings and other sources. It will feature artifacts, instruments, masks, and other material culture from the Paul Craven, Jr.; Joseph A. Towles; Barbeau and McCarthy; Catherine and James Yatsco; George Pope; William Stewart; the Johns Island Photograph collections and others.