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Conway Glass
209 Laurel St.
Conway, SC 29526
tel: 843.248.3558
 

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708 12th Avenue
Conway, SC, 29526

(843) 248-3558

Conway Glass offers quality glass and mirror products. Stained Glass, Shower Doors, Mirror, Insulated Glass and Blown Glass. We are unique in that we design, handcraft and teach about this amazing material.

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Fiber Studio

Artist Barbara Streeter's Fiber Studio and B. Street Art is located in the beautiful 100-year-old historic building operated by Conway Glass.  The location is just 15 miles from Myrtle Beach at 708 12th Ave. Conway, SC 29526. Call 843-248-3558 for more information.

B. Street Art

Barbara's fiber studio is filled with colorful yarn, thread and fabrics. Here she creates large, soft, installations of knitted and crochet yarn for public spaces and her collection of Indigo dyed textiles.  B. Street's Fiber Studio accepts public art commissions and is open year-round.

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Crochet Wisteria Project

Members of the Irmo, SC community came together to learn how to crochet their own piece of yarn wisteria from artist Barbara Streeter.

Over forty residents worked for over a year to create hundreds of Wisteria flowers for the project. Each piece is part of the knitted twelve foot vine and tree created by Barbara Streeter. 

The Crochet Wisteria Tree is part of One Columbia's 1% for Art Program and is on permanent display at Richland Library Ballentine 1321 Dutch Fork Road, Irmo, SC

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Constructed Exhibit

The Gallery on Main at Richland County Library, Columbia, SC hosted Constructed July - August 2017.

The exhibit showcased work by artists whose public art has been incorporated into different Richland Library locations. 

Artists included in the show were Laurie McIntosh, Jerome Meadows, Ayako Miller, Loren Schwerd, Barbara Streeter, Marius Valdes, and Enid Williams.

Barbara created 173 lineal feet of knitted railing covers and a crochet yarn bombed vintage bicycle titled Welcome Home

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Why Public Art?

Public art can express community values, enhance the environment, transform a landscape, heighten our awareness, or question our assumptions.

Placed in public spaces, art is here for everyone, a form of collective community expression. Public art is a reflection of how we see the world - it is the artist’s response to our time and place combined with our sense of who we are.

Public art is part of our public history, part of our collective memory. It reflects and reveals our society and adds meaning to our city.