December 1, 2022

“No Detail Too Small” to open at GCCA’s Community Gallery Exhibition begins First Friday, January 6th, 2023

Greenville, SC – Greenville Center for Creative Arts (GCCA) is excited to announce the opening of a new Community Gallery exhibition, No Detail Too Small, featuring KC Christmas & Jordan Winiski. The exhibition opens on Friday, January 6th, 2023 from 6 – 9 pm. No Detail Too Small will continue on display through Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023.

In No Detail Too Small, Jordan Winiski and KC Christmas explore the intricacies of life. Jordan Winiski transforms overlooked flora into intricate ceramic dioramas to magnify the dichotomy between what is valued or destroyed. KC Christmas’s flora collages serve as a reminder to pause and reflect. By capturing florals in their bloom, the progress of time is paused in order to observe a moment before it is gone.

KC Christmas

KC Christmas is a contemporary painter and collage artist living and working in South Carolina.  Known for her unique interpretations of florals, she takes inspiration from the Old Masters of art history and combines them with current, relevant topics.  Her work ranges from themes of deep, personal struggles to local scenes to work infused with a bit of snarky humor.  Many of KC’s works have been exhibited across the United States and around the world, including Egypt and Scotland. She has won multiple awards with her works and earned a residency with the South Carolina State Parks in 2022. Currently, she works from her home studio as both an artist and illustrator.

Jordan Winiski

Jordan Winiski is a current ceramic artist and Post-Baccalaureate student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Jordan teaches at two art centers in Illinois and emphasizes environmental consciousness in her studio work and curriculum. In 2021, she graduated from Furman University, studying Studio Art and Sustainability Science. She received the Howerton Award for high standard of craftsmanship in Three-Dimensional Arts as well as the Excellence in Service Award from the Art Department. In addition, Jordan was the Earth and Environmental Sciences Scholar Award Recipient and completed a year-long senior thesis on the role of sustainability in art education. Jordan has completed residencies in Georgia and Massachusetts, was named a 2022 South Carolina Emerging Artist, and was a 2022 NCECA Multicultural fellow.

About GCCA

Greenville Center for Creative Arts is a non-profit organization that aims to enrich the cultural fabric of the community through visual arts promotion, education, and inspiration. For more information, visit, call 864-735-3948, or check out GCCA on Facebook (Greenville Center for Creative Arts) & Instagram (@artcentergvl).