Hill House Art Gallery Features Paintings by Artist, Pamela DeWitt, plus a collection of pottery and jewelry by local artists

"Blue Ridge Vista" by Pamela DeWitt

A stunning collection of watercolors and reverse paintings on shattered glass are on display in the Hill House Gallery through June 30th, along with a collection of pottery by Kathryn Copley and jewelry by Gerta Bowman!  The gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 am - 5 pm.

Artist Pam DeWitt uses a variety of techniques an media to make her work unique, “I love the luminosity that is possible to achieve with watercolors. No other medium can allow the light to glow in quite the same way.  I especially enjoy teaching my students how to create glowing watercolors.  

My most recent passion is painting on the back of shattered glass.  I have created an exclusive and unique art form. The luminosity is unmatched, and under-paintings and collages add even more depth. Like a kaleidoscope, the paintings interact with the viewer.  The glass pieces change with the changing light and constantly look different to the viewers as they move their eyes”  — Pamela DeWitt   

In addition to her gallery exhibit, Pam will be conduction a hands-on watercolor demonstration and class on June 14th at the Hill House.
Email kgravely@reservekeowee.com for details.

Learn more about Pamela DeWitt and other Featured Artists
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About Kathryn Gravely

Kathryn is originally from Asheville, NC and graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. After living in Tennessee for several years, she moved to Pickens County in 1985. Our director of The Reserve at Lake Keowee Community Foundation has been a part of our staff since 2004 when she worked with the Club as Membership and Special Events Coordinator. In 2007 Kathryn accepted the position of full time Foundation director. Kathryn is an avid hiker and history buff, as well as appreciative of the culture available here in Upstate, South Carolina. Her enthusiasm is translated into the many varied offerings provided by the Community Foundation that include environment, education, culture, and outreach.

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