Charlotte artist Stephanie J. Woods creates work rooted in African-American culture, but the questions she raises are universal.
Lexington-based artist Becky Alley, who imbues simple materials with complex meaning, was a finalist for the inaugural Southern Prize.
The Birmingham artist’s works demand close attention and attention to form.
The North Carolina-born, Charleston-based artist was recognized by South Arts for his ephemeral sculptural environments in the landscape.
Coulter Fussell’s contemporary take on traditional quilt-making earned her the $10,000 second place prize in the new Southern Prize competition.
We continue our coverage of the Southern Prize finalists and winners with this studio visit with Masud Olufani, conducted well before the prize was announced. Click here to learn about the prize and see the work of top winner, Noelle Mason. In 2016, Masud Olufani declared his arrival as a visual arts tour de force in Atlanta…
The new South Arts Southern Prize recognizes and supports visual artists in the nine states it serves.