Seventh annual student art show for Art Connects Us Art School

  • Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Dianne Tennyson and Eric Vincent are pleased to announce the 7th Annual Art Connects Us Art School Art Show to be held at the Cinebarre Theater on Houston Northcutt Blvd. in Mount Pleasant. The show opens May 4 and will run until May 18, with the opening reception being held Sunday, May 4 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Cinebarre

Lobby Gallery and live music will be provided by Music Unlimited, your virtual Center for the Performing Arts (www.musicunlimited.com) A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Storm SIGHT Free Clinics.

Dianne Tennyson and Eric Vincent are working artists with over 35 years each of professional experience. Dianne was a former MUSC OR nurse before completing her degree in Studio Art and earning her MAT. She is a Registered Art Therapist and taught in the public school system for nine years before expanding her art school. Her work has been shown in several local galleries and she speaks frequently on the therapeutic power of art therapy while maintaining a private art therapy practice.

Trained as a Zoologist, Eric Vincent has worked in advertising as an art/creative director, illustrator, animator, writer and radio and TV producer since he finished his degree in Graphic Design. His work has been shown by the New York Society of Illustrators while his children's books, cut paper and 3D sculptural illustrations have won national and international recognition.

Tennyson and Vincent concentrate on art basics, guiding students through a more traditional curriculum that stresses discipline, focus and the development of seeing and eye/hand coordination.

Tennyson teaches drawing and oil and pastel painting, while Eric offers instruction in drawing, illustration and cartooning and sculpture.

For more information, call 843-881-1799 or visit www.artconnects.us

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