One Lowcountry artist finds inspiration 600 feet above Charleston
The Charleston Profile: Carolyne Roehm’s elegant simplicity and hard work made her an icon of international design, and...
A century-old foursquare is reawakened with playful patterns, eclectic furnishings, and toys aplenty
Susan Gregory moves from clay to wax, practicality to politics
On the eve of the Gibbes Museum of Art exhibition “Anna Heyward Taylor: Intrepid Explorer,” take a look into the...
John Duckworth creates to help others open their eyes
The Mount Pleasant metalsmith behind Christina Jervey Handcrafted Jewelry is all about great jeans, practical-but-...
Nearly 30 years after falling for the Lowcountry (and each other), Kristy and Rick Schultz make an unlikely dream home...
With help from architect Christopher Rose and interior designer Melanie Turner, a pair of Atlanta-based attorneys craft...
Float, climb, paddle, or pedal your way to adventure in the scenic Blue Ridge
Feast your eyes on the spectrum of WNC's art scene
Alex Waggoner paints Charleston’s forgotten spaces in hues that force you to pay attention
Charles Duell steps down after nearly 50 years at Middleton Place’s helm
Contemporary artist William Halsey nurtured the city as an educator for more than 40 years.
With help from Caribbean-influenced designer Allison Elebash, Kirk and Tara King turned an 1890s Sullivan’s Island...
Take a peek into Julia Deckman’s vibrant world
Wildlife and sporting artist Peggy Watkins explains why she begins every painting with the same soulful feature
Samuel F. B. Morse (yes, that Morse) was once Charleston’s most fashionable portraitist
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Every day is dish duty for ceramicist Grace Jennings
Activism, art, and a flood of urgency inform and awaken the work of Mary Edna Fraser
Local gallery owner Ann Long Merck’s meticulously preserved and classically appointed pre-Revolutionary residence is a...
Charles Gaines’s mathematically based grids reject the idea that art must be a function of personal expression
Behind a stately colonial façade, an Old Village residence overflows with color, pattern, and texture
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Thousands flock to Charleston’s Chanukah in the Square
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