Redux Reorientation

Exhibit dates: July 7 – August 2, 2014

This is a chance to get to know the Redux studio artists all over again (or for the first time!).

Chloe Gilstrap, Kaminer Haislip, Kate MacNeil, and Jane Ann Sweeny will exhibit new work. These four women represent three vastly different media, but are united in skill, quality, commitment to craftsmanship, art, and life long learning.

Opening Reception: Friday, July 11, 6 – 9 pm
Meet the artists, enjoy live music by Caroline de Golian, beer from Holy City Brewing, and Outta My Huevos food truck will be on site, slinging their mouthwatering recipes.

Chloe Gilstrap, Photographer

Chloe Gilstrap studied Studio Art with a concentration in Photography and Arts Management at the College of Charleston. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with Departmental Honors and received the Seltzer Prize in Studio Art from the college. Chloe works mainly in film but also appreciates digital photography. She enjoys shooting with vintage cameras and producing her photographs in the darkroom. She focuses much of her work on her surroundings and friends and actively experiments with other mediums to incorporate with her photography. Chloe currently resides in Wagner Terrace and works at Fuzzco, a creative agency in Charleston.

Kaminer Haislip, Silversmith

Kaminer Haislip earned her BFA in Jewelry and Metals (2002) and MFA in Silversmithing and Design with a Minor in Sculpture (2005) from Winthrop University. For both of her degrees she studied under Alfred Ward, an internationally acclaimed English silversmith. Currently she has a studio at Redux Contemporary Art Center in downtown Charleston, SC where she creates functional objects and jewelry. In addition to her work as an artist, she is frequently commissioned by individuals to create custom designs in silver and gold. Her award winning work is regularly exhibited nationally and internationally and has been featured in various publications, including Garden & Gun, Southern Living, Charleston Magazine, and Charleston Weddings.

Kate MacNeil, Printmaker

Kate MacNeil graduated from the College of Charleston Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Studio Art in 2011. She has been a studio artist at the Redux Contemporary Art Center since 2011 and currently works as the Printmaking Technician at the College of Charleston. She was recently awarded the Lowcountry Quarterly Arts Grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission, and was recognized as “One to Watch” in the Charleston City Paper’s Arts Issue.

Jane Ann Sweeny, Printmaker

Read about the exhibition in this article by the Charleston City Paper!