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PIety's Art Gallery, 122 S. Second St., Greenville, IL
We are excited to announce our new gallery opening in Greenville.  The Greenville Artist Guild is partnering with member, Piety Choi, to open a new gallery and gift shop to feature Piety's paintings and regular art shows by the Guild.  We hope to have events and classes and make it a place where people enjoy coming.  Gallery Hours: Wed~Fri 1-5 pm, Sat. 10-2 pm
The Ribbon Cutting
Piety and her husband, Hyung

Entry Way

Small Gifts

Piety Choi is a freelance artist, working also as a juror and a curator for art shows. She has a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the oldest professional art school in the United States. Before she immigrated to the States in 1980, she studied at Seoul Women's University in South Korea where she served as a writer/photographer for the college newspaper. She has taught watercolor and oil painting classes for various organizations and institutions and does commissioned paintings.   
Piety has also been the Exhibition Director of the Greenville Artist Guild in Greenville, Illinois for 4 years. She previously worked with PAC (Philadelphia Arts Connection), The Da Vinci Art Alliance, and The Art Association of Harrisburg. the Highwire Gallery for many years, and was a member of The Philadelphia Sketch Club and the Main Line Art Center in Pennsylvania.   

Piety Choi
She has had many solo exhibitions and numerous group shows in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, and participated in a number of national shows. Her works have been selected for many awards and prizes. She recently had a couple of international exhibitions: Ansan International Art Fair and the Inchon Women's Biennale, both held in South Korea.  

"Art, to me, is a life time's journey to create an 'interior castle.' Through art, I see stillness in movements, purpose in chaos, hope in despair, infinity in the finite, eternity in fleeting moments, and divinity in the ordinary." --Piety Choi