Exhibits

 

Natural Wonder II

September 15th-December 15th 2015
In conjunction with the Clemson Arts Center  at Clemson City Hall
Clemson, SC

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Natural Wonder, The Rensing Story is a curated selection of works by twenty-nine artists at the Clemson City Hall. It opened Tuesday, September 15th. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, October 8th from 5:30p-7p.  These artists have participated in the Artist in Residency program currently being offered at the Rensing Center, a non-profit educational organization in Pickens, SC whose mission connects art, science, and economy. The show is a chronicle of the experiences of each of these diverse artists as they are impacted by this isolated rural farm and forest. The work in the show demonstrates the transformational power of the environment and the culture.

Hand/ Writing: Evelyn’s Influence 2015

June 5th-July 10th
Presented by the The Arts Center and Clemson Little Theatre
Liz Smith-Cox Gallery of the Pendleton Playhouse
Pendleton, SC

EvelynEvelyn Rensing Kochansky has instilled and modeled creative discipline and a love of nature in her children and grandchildren, since their childhoods, and these creative forces have often taken the forms she loved, drawing, needle arts, and writing.  These inspirations, hand and pen, and their power in all our dealings, are the focus of this show. Evelyn, at 95, is also the inspiration for the Rensing Center, where she lives and continues to influence the many guests who are drawn to this art/ science residency program from all over the world.  

 

SC Governors School: Natural Wonder

November 10 – December 5, 2014
Lipscomb Gallery at the SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities
Greenville, SC

Natural Wonder, The Rensing Story displayed a curated selection of works by seventeen artists at the Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville. Most of these artists participated in the Artist in Residency program currently being offered at the Rensing Center. The art work selected conveys our mission: the connection between art, science, and economy. The show is a chronicle of the experiences of each of these diverse artists as they were impacted by the isolated rural farm and forest.

Looking Inward, Looking Outward

April 4th, 2014


Gallery Opening for two Rensing Residents: Dylan Critchfield-Sales and Alyson Soonchan Highsmith

Molly Aubry: Mycophilia Exhibit

December 15th, 2012
Rensing Center
Pickens, SC

An exhibition of a series of drawings, prints, photographs and paintings inspired by the mushrooms found in the woods during her four month stay.