Uncanny Terrain - Art Exhibition by Bryce Speed and Maja Godlewska
In Uncanny Terrain, artists Bryce Speed (Tuscaloosa, AL) and Maja Godlewska (Charlotte, NC) paint surreal environments as a means to investigate one's relationship with the changing natural world. With abstracted fragments of shape and pattern and color derived from a heightened sensitivity to the environment, the artists help viewers to reconsider the world and their connection to it. Maja Godlewska’s paintings and installations contemplate and defy the instantaneous search for the idyllic landscape. Finding where synthetic and natural realities merge, Bryce Speed paints dream-like environments to chronicle the changing climate as a metaphor for the evolving human self.
Greenville Center for Creative Arts (GCCA) strives to enrich the cultural fabric of our community through visual arts promotion, education, and inspiration. GCCA offers programs for people of all ages, backgrounds, and economic circumstances.
Visitors can enjoy a variety of art classes, summer camps for kids, and rotating exhibits in several gallery spaces in the historic Brandon Mill complex in the Village of West Greenville.
GCCA galleries are open to the public and free to visit Wed-Fri, 1-5pm. They are also open late on the first Friday of every month for the Metropolitan Arts Council’s “First Friday” art walk, during which you can meet their resident working artists, see their studio space, and watch them at work.