Nodine, Flowers selected Artist Fellows
Two USC Upstate professors have been selected to exhibit their art at several shows as part of the South Carolina Arts Commission’s 50th Anniversary Artist Fellowship Program.
Jane Nodine, a distinguished professor of art with multi awards statewide and regionally, and Mark Flowers, the gallery coordinator for the Curtis R. Harley Gallery and national and internationally exhibited artist, join the distinguished Fellows program.
Fellows are among the most artistically accomplished artists in the state. Nodine and Flowers were honored at the “Upstate 8” reception Thursday in Greenville.
Nodine, a two-time Fellow, has her art showcased at the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia and Clemson University’s Lee Gallery (through Nov. 1) and will participate in a Retrospective Exhibition (Oct. 19, 6 p.m.). She is scheduled for a second exhibition in Columbia in May 2018 at the Center for Contemporary Art.
Flowers’ work is on display at Claflin University’s Arthur Rose Museum in Orangeburg through Oct. 27.
Flowers and Nodine both have work on exhibit at the Anderson Arts Center in Anderson through Oct. 27.