"Chapel of Perpetual Adoration II" at Corrigan Gallery June 1 - 30, 2018
ArtFields announces winners of regional Lake City competition
Kristi Ryba wins 2nd Place Award
2017 701 CCA South Carolina Biennial
Part II takes place from November 15 - December 24, 2017.
The first 3 images, Saints Triptych, St. James Comey Martyr and Consolation of Philosophy, in New Work 2017, will be shown.
City Gallery's next exhibition, on view September 17-October 30, features more than forty artists from across the Southeast. On & Off the Page explores numerous questions, including understanding the identity and cultural label of the maker through time. Are they artist, craftsperson, maker, or creative entrepreneur? Co-curators Kristen Solecki and Kris Westerson show that as much as technology appears to change, much remains the same in bookbinding and printmaking. But what is the future of the book and hand-pulled print in the digital age? Join us for the opening reception on Friday, September 16 from 5-7pm.
Kristi Ryba awarded the FY2022 South Carolina Individual Artist Fellow
Fellowships recognize and reward the artistic achievements of South Carolina’s exceptional individual artists.
Visual Art | KRISTI RYBA | Charleston County
Winner of the 2020 South Arts State Fellowship for South Carolina and a 2018 ArtFields second place award, Ryba’s work has been touring the Southeast in painting and printmaking exhibitions since 1990. A Magna cum laude graduate of the College of Charleston, Ryba also studied at Vermont Studio School and Studio Camnitzer in Valdotavvo, Lucca, Italy, and has her Master of Fine Arts from Union Institute and University, Vermont College. She has won various awards and scholarships. A founding organizer of Print Studio South, Inc., she served as its president and on its board and has taught locally in both adult and children’s programs. Ryba was one of 10 artists featured in a 2002 Piccolo Spoleto exhibit and was invited to exhibit in Contemporary Charleston 2004 and in Helping Hands: an artist’s debut among friends in 2005. Her work was featured in the 2018 Biennial in Columbia. Ryba also exhibited at Silo in New York City and her work wa