In the Heart of
Downtown Spartanburg


Located 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 8pm. 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.


Virtues & Vices

Virtues & Vices invites viewers to reflect, question, and explore the ways in which art can depict moral virtue and vice. Featuring paintings by William H. Johnson, Winfred Rembert, Eugene Thomason, William Tolliver, John McCrady, Wayman Adams, Helen Moseley, Irma Cook, Bob Thompson, Arthur Rose, Lamar Dodd, Clarence Millet, Ernest Barnes, Balcomb Greene, William Dodge, Caroline Durieux, Mary Whyte, Julien Binford, and George Luks, Virtues & Vices hopes to inspire engaging and charitable conversations about the human conscience and that which guides our individual moral compasses. Virtues & Vices in on view at TJC Gallery from October 30, 2019 to January 24, 2020.