Campus Art Galleries

USC Sumter has five art galleries that are open to the public. They are all located at USC Sumter, 200 Miller Road, Sumter, S.C. The hours for each gallery are listed with its current information.



The Upstairs Gallery

Location: Second floor, Williams-Brice-Edwards Administration Building
Hours: M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Sue Czerwinski's "Eclectic Journey" 

On display now through February 28, 2017


A resident of Manning, she is retired from a career in the federal government where she was "in charge of a major law enforcement investigative program at the U.S. Secret Service."  While she took up painting at an early age, Czerwinski said she largely put her artwork aside while in college, raising her family during her career.


The Umpteenth Gallery

Location:  Arts & Letters Building
Hours: M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Dennis Snell's "Complete Works"

On display now through February 28, 2017


Artist Statement: We can’t live without trees, they are an important to the ecosystem. Trees are also individuals, like humans and they go through similar life cycles. Snell finds spirituality in trees – they can be uplifting and soothing at different times in our lives. 


The University Gallery

Location: Anderson Library, the library is located behind the Administration building and the center of the campus.
Hours: Mon-Thu 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Fri 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Julie Cooper's "Realm of Possibilities"

On display now through March 28th, 2017

Artist Statement:  I have lived in Columbia SC most of my adult life. My love of abstracts began when I fell off a curb and skinned my knee. The thought that the red blood with the white concrete lines looked so cool that I went home and painted it on canvas.  Fast forward, to a midlife crisis, I decided needed a college degree. While at USC I enrolled in art courses and fell in love with abstracts once more.  A long time passes and here I am again, full circle, finally painting the abstracts that I love.  The Earth Songs Collection comes from my passion and fascination with gems and minerals. These beautiful specimens come from our precious earth.  
The Cities Collection comes from my love of the hustle bustle and noise of cities everywhere.  The Jubilee Collection is a compilation of imaginative ideas. They are the fun paintings of my collections.  Enjoy!


Coming Soon!

Spring 2017 Art lecture and Reception
Kevin Isgett, Bob Jones University
Friday, April 7th, 2017  5:30pm-7:30pm

More details to come 

The William J. Reynolds Gallery

Location: Second Floor, Williams-Brice-Edwards Administration Building
Hours: M-F, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The William J. Reynolds Gallery contains a permanent collection of aerospace art donated to the University by the Reynolds family.



For more information on these galleries contact Laura Cardello, Curator of Exhibits, at 938-3801.