I am an Artist in Greenville, SC.
My work consists of handmade, nature-inspired jewelry and paintings. I work with Genuine Freshwater Pearls, natural Semi-precious Gemstones and Crystal. I love using natural elements. I feel my best when I am in Nature, the creative juices come alive as I connect with Spirit and invent new ways of self-expression.
I received my Art Degree from Brunswick College/ Coastal College of Georgia and work was published in Seashells Magazine.
In 1999, Shannon began designing jewelry for military Officers’ wives in Monterey, Ca. Her wearable artwork has been sold at Polaris Gallery in Carmel, Ca. Also, featured at Marriott, Monterey, Ca. and Rocky Point, Ca, the Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville, SC, White Feather Gallery and Gift in Greenville, SC, Liz Daly Designs Art Gallery in Greenville, SC and The Art Lounge in Spartanburg, SC.
Today, you will find Shannon's wearable art in the Art Cellar at 233 N. Main Street, Greenville, SC and of course in her Gallery/Studio at the Art Crossing, 300 Riverplace, Suite 105, Greenville, SC.
Shannon continues on-going educational jewelry-making techniques and teaches jewelry classes locally.
Please Check out our Calendar of Events for upcoming Art Shows.
Steve's passion for wood working began in elementary school when he began making small boxes in his father’s basement workshop. His works include End Tables, Coffee Tables, Beds, Shelving Units, Display Cases, Wine Racks and Built-in Cabinets.
A career Naval Officer specializing in Ship and Submarine Maintenance, Steve earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the US Naval Postrgraduate School.
Most of his work has been privately commissioned around the country where he was previously stationed. Steve's work has been displayed in Greenville, SC at the TR Bank Gallery at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce and Whitefeather Gallery. Currently, his work is available at Dudars Designs Art Gallery and Studio at 300 Riverplace, Suite 105 and The Art Cellar at 233 N. Main St.
Steve is a member of the Greenville Woodworkers Guild, where he continues to learn handcrafting techniques through continuing education classes.