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This brand new space for ArtFields winners will be hosting its premier exhibit starting on March 9. Formerly known as Vista Studios/Gallery80808, the show will be launching at its new home of 413 Pendleton Street. The ArtFields show represents not only the first show at Stormwater Studios, but also the first time ArtFields has shown its winning art works outside of Lake City, S.C.  The show at Stormwater Studios will open on March 9, 6 – 9 p.m., and will be open to the public Thursday – Saturday, from 1-6 p.m. through March 31, 2018.

Artwork by ArtFields winner Jim Arendt

The exhibit will feature 11 works of art by winners of ArtField’s juried prizes and peoples’ choice prizes. The show at Stormwater Studios will serve as a preview for the caliber of art attendees of ArtFields 2018 can expect to see at the annual event this spring.

“We’re excited to see this show in Columbia and to have it at Stormwater Studios,” says Fred Delk of the Columbia Development Corporation, “This is an excellent example of how we look forward to using our beautiful and functional new studio and gallery space.”

The opening event is free to the public, and beer, wine, and small hors d’oeuvres will be served. Attendees are encouraged to look at all of the artwork on display, some of which will be presented outdoors.

Artwork by ArtFields winner Jon Eric Riis

Opening celebrations for Stormwater Studios will continue this spring as the Resident Artists at Stormwater Studios open their first show in conjunction with Art Night at Artista Vista 2018 on Thursday, April 19. Stay tuned for more information about this show.

For more information on Stormwater Studios and attending this show, visit the Stormwater Studios Facebook page. For more information about ArtFields, please contact Wim Roefs at (803) 238-2351.

All images courtesy of Stormwater Studios. 

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