• Tennyson Corley: Ceramic Illustrator

    Tennyson Corley grew up in Gaston, SC. Her youth found her surrounded by animals and land in the rural areas right outside of Columbia. Now she and her family reside in Columbia on their small farm full of a menagerie of animals and inspiration for her art. With a donkey, a duck, a bevy of […]

  • Renesha Wolfe: Tradition’s Star

    The traditional art of sweetgrass basket weaving, celebrated in the South, was developed out of necessity. Enslaved Africans were made to work the land and waters of the Low Country of South Carolina and needed their tools to work well. As Black people have always done in this country, they made something out of nothing, […]