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Redux Artists to be Shown at ArtFields!


Get ready for the largest arts festival to ever occur in South Carolina! The long anticipated, ArtFields, opens today, April 19th at 12pm. For 10 days, this epic event will not only present live music, workshops, and lectures; but, it will showcase 400 works of art, selected from a pool of 778 entries. The opening ceremony will begin tonight at 5pm on The Green, and will continue until 11pm. Admission is free and open to the public.

Many congratulations to the following artists from the Redux community (listed below) who will be exhibiting their work and competing for $100,000 in prize money. The top prize of $50,000 prize will be chosen by a combination of ArtFields attendees and a jury of visual arts professionals. For more information on scheduling, voting  procedures and more, please visit the ArtFields website. 

Sally Bennett


Austin Grace Smith


Greg Hart


Lese Corrigan

leese corrigan

Karen Ann Myers


Jen Ervin


Camela Guevara

Camela Guervara

Kate MacNeil


Charles Williams



New Portrait Series by Redux Artist Greg Hart

Redux Studio Artist, Greg Hart is now showing his latest work of original paintings in an on-line exhibition with Buy Some Damn Art. This new series includes eight vibrant, expressive portraits of Greg’s friends, four of which are also fellow Redux Studio ArtistsTeil DuncanLulie WallaceKaren Ann Myers and Jen Ervin.

This exhibit will remain up for six weeks.

Congratulations Greg!


Redux artist – Karen Ann Myers

Juried by Michael Rooks, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA

Former Redux director and current studio artist, Karen Ann Myers is on fire. Not only is Karen featured in the newest issue of New American Painters, Issue 100, she was recently named in Oxford American‘s, 100 Under 100: The New Superstars of Southern Art. Karen is also celebrating the launch of her redesigned website which exhibits several new works. Congrats Karen!

Karen Ann Myers, “Netflix”, oil on canvas, 60×72″