The Cayce Arts Guild’s first group show at Still Hopes Retirement Community runs February 11 through March 26

February 17, 2021

Still Hopes Episcopal Retirement Community is the host venue for the Cayce Arts Guild’s (CAG) first group show. The exhibit will be on display through March 26 in the Main Street area at Still Hopes. The show includes 46 two-dimensional art pieces created by eighteen Guild members. Images of the show entries are posted on the CAG website and Facebook page.

Wim Roefs, owner of if ART Gallery in Columbia, SC, judged the show. Awards were announced on Thursday,

February 11 and posted on the Guild’s website and Facebook page as follows:

  • First: Roy Paschal, “Shrimper,” watercolor
  • Second: Sandra Wardlaw, “The Child,” watercolor
  • Third: Pete Holland, “Ruff’s Chapel,” acrylic
  • Honorable Mention: Rachel Myers, “Guidance of the Peace,” mixed media Merit: Sonia Tuttle, “Sound of Silence,” watercolor
  • First Photo: Elizabeth Rametta, “French Flamingo”
  • Second Photo: Charles Hite, “Peek-A-Boo”
  • Third Photo: Crush Rush, “A Candy-Coated Sunset”

Because of COVID restrictions, only residents and staff of Still Hopes are able to see the show in person and vote for a People’s Choice Award. Award sponsors include Security Federal Bank, Turtle Creek Coffee Company, MPA Strategies, Rusty and Barbara Wright, and CAG Board members.


Cayce Arts Guild

Established in 2017, CAG is an incorporated, non-profit and IRS 501c3 organization located in Cayce, South Carolina. Cayce Arts Guild is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, formed with the help and support of Mayor Elise Partin and the City of Cayce. Our mission is to encourage and stimulate the practice and appreciation of the creative arts. The term “creative arts” includes visual, musical, and performing arts. Our members are artists of all levels and include well-known artists such as Charles Hite, Renea Eshleman, Pete Holland, Roy Paschal, and Venetia Sharpe.