In the Heart of
Downtown Spartanburg

TJC_Gallery_exterior.jpgLocated at 154 West Main Street in the heart of Spartanburg's downtown, TJC Gallery features rotating selections from the collection's holdings. These curated exhibitions are open to the public (including children) without charge on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 12pm to 4pm as well as the first Saturday of the month from 12pm to 4pm. In addition, we are pleased to participate in the city’s ArtWalk, held on the third Thursday of each month from 5pm to 7:30pm. Any changes to the gallery's regular schedule are posted on our social media platforms.

Photography (no flash) is encouraged at TJC Gallery—and please consider sharing your pictures on social media, tagging TJC as @thejohnsoncollection and using our signature hashtag: #southernart. As inviting as paintings and sculpture can be, please do not touch artwork in the gallery. The invisible dirt and oils on human hands can damage these objects.

TJC Gallery is wheelchair accessible. For additional information regarding mobility and parking, please contact Holly Watters.


Now On View

“The great artists can destroy form after form, constantly seeking the unique twist that will appear in the end as if he owned the entire array of shapes and colors.” ~Romare Bearden

By assembling paper, cloth, wood, or metal, artists since the early twentieth century have manipulated materials to produce exciting and sometimes sculptural works of art which break free from two-dimensional form. Featuring works by John AcornBenny AndrewsRomare Bearden, John ChamberlainRobert Courtright, Herbert CreecyJames DenmarkThornton DialWilliam HalseyDouglas HouchensRay JohnsonEdith London, Laura SpongJohn UrbainJean Varda, and Karl ZerbeCut and Paste showcases the various techniques and styles artists have employed to create collage.

Join us for an informal presentation led by Dr. Nicole De Armendi, Converse College Assistant Professor of Art History, on Thursday, September 19 at 6:30 pm. This Spartanburg ArtWalk event is free and open to the public.