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Arts Profile

  • January 2012

    Corroded metals on sunken ships and drawings on ancient walls inspire Paul Mardikian’s abstract paintings

  • December 2011

    A fascination with light drives Shannon Smith to paint local chefs, farm-fresh veggies, and landscapes near and far

  • November 2011

    Assemblage artist Hirona Matsuda pieces together her past

  • October 2011

    Guiding Light: Johnson Hagood captures disappearing elements of the South

  • September 2011

    For Eva Carter, each big, bold abstract painting is a journey that calls for decision-making, risk-taking, and some free fall

  • August 2011

    Painter Nathan Durfee translates universal human
    experiences into his own vibrant reality

  • June 2011

    Painter and gallery owner Lese Corrigan makes her life’s work celebrating Charleston

  • May 2011
  • April 2011

    Julia Cart preserves our natural and cultural legacy with black-and-white photographs evocative of a period long past

  • March 2011

    A 1950s fashion illustrator captured an American style era

  • January 2011

    Wendy Allen casts her talents into the Japanese art of gyotaku

  • December 2010

    J. Henry Fair examines environmental destruction through art

  • November 2010

    Begin the Begin: Painter Tim Hussey’s mid-career retrospective

  • October 2010

    Metamorphosis: Like a Boy Scout-turned-mad scientist, Ben Timpson transforms natural and found objects into enlightened works of art

  • September 2010

    Material Girl: Karin Olah makes the cut with fabric and fresh inspiration

  • August 2010

    Brian Bustos takes on life with an intrepid imagination

  • July 2010

    Light Years: Four decades of illuminating work by Rhett Thurman

  • May 2010

    Creative Jolt: The dynamic and high-energy world of sculptor Jonathan Brilliant

  • April 2010

    Airy Hall’s Kendrick Mayes finds art in articulated skeletons

  • March 2010

    Pushing Boundaries: Painter Sally King Benedict explores color on abstract canvases

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