Things were quiet at Four Corners Gallery. Joe Bowler’s daughter, Brynne, had brought along some of the 30 pieces to be installed in the gallery. The images, for the upcoming Bowler exhibit, “Bluffton Connection,” focused on everything we count on from Joe Bowler.
On a sun-soaked morning in Bluffton, the nature photographer, Eric Horan greeted me and presented his new book, “Beholding Nature.” We leafed through a couple of pages of the 274 page book before we talked about his centers of attention and focus on uniting history, natural beauty and wildlife through his photographs.
The late Peter Karis, the internationally recognized artist, has painted every morning in his studio and then spent every afternoon at the Karis Art Gallery for the last several decades. With his wife and partner, Maggie Karis, they oversaw the collection of his expressionistic, high colored signature paintings, and to the introduction of gallery visitors to the work of some 23 gallery associates.
Moments after being in touch with Lydia Chojnacki, who introduced herself as "a kind of bead lady," close to 6 months ago, I have focused on learning as much as I could about beads -- their history, their size, shapes, origins and their possibilities.
Artist Peggy Ellis and gallery owner/director Charlene Gardner had a conspicuously good idea when the two decided to present a sparkling series of Ellis' most brilliant paintings at Four Corners Gallery in Bluffton.
Amanda Allen, fiancee of the late Nicholas Degros, explains what she did after finding him shot outside of their home on January 9, 2015, during the trial for Jasmine Femia on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, at the Beaufort County Courthouse in Beaufort.
Fiancee of shooting victim testifies during Jasmine Femia trial
Behind Baby Joe: Beaufort 5 month old to undergo 3rd heart surgery