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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Morgan Cole, Clemson University Art Department Alumna, a Part of the Redux Studio Program

Morgan Cole

Redux is home to Charleston’s most creative artists. Each artist at Redux concentrates on developing a personal artistic vision. Redux’s exhibitions and related programs serve as a resource where studio artists are regularly exposed to visiting artists, artist lectures, and most importantly the ideas of their neighbors.

The Redux Studio Program offers emerging and mid-career artists full access to professional artist studios. Individuals work in a productive atmosphere alongside other visual artists. The combined 7,200 sq. ft. space is equipped with 16 individual artist studios. The studios range from 75 – 240 square feet, and studio rent is priced per square foot. Redux is home to Charleston’s only public darkroom and print shop.

Born in California, but now happily settled on the east coast, Morgan Cole graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Art degree from Clemson University in 2013.  While at Clemson she studied painting and business management.  With an executive retail management internship at Nordstrom and a visual display internship at Anthropologie, Morgan finds inspiration in fashion; specifically textures, patterns, and layers, which are evident in her work.  The formal qualities of paint are important to her style and can be seen in her range of paintings whether they are colorful abstracts, futuristic fantasies, low country landscapes, or flower collages.

Morgan also works as a Gallery Assistant at Cecil Byrne Gallery in Charleston, SC.

Redux Contemporary Art Center
ATTN: Stacy Huggins
136 St. Philip Street
Charleston, SC 29403 

Redux is always looking to grow and expand its community, because they know that all great artists learn from other great artists. They are happy to give tours of the space, with an appointment. To learn more about how you may join their community of artists, please call 843.722.0697 or email

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