Columbia artist Thomas Humphries creates an array of sculptures using found items made out of metal, cast iron, shells and stainless steel. Humphries studied art at the College of Charleston and has been creating art for the past 17 years. A few of his pieces are on display at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden. A recent piece featuring two large horses was inspired by the work of artist Anna Hyatt Huntington. He can be reached for commission work at (803) 633-5444.
The Bluffton Old Town Paint Out, sponsored by the Society of Bluffton Artists and held on April 22, 2017, was a showcase for plein-air -- or outdoor -- painting. Here, participating artist Kelly Logan Grahan explains what plein-air painting means to him while painting a picture of the bluff overlooking the May River at The Church of the Cross.
Lowcountry Pow Wow and Cultural Festival organizer Mike Benton says he started the festival in hopes of educating locals on Native American culture. Did you check out the event in Hardeeville Saturday afternoon?
Follow contestant Jaeden Izik-Dzurko up to the practice room at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina as he makes ready to compete in the second round of the International Piano Competition on March 7, 2017.
Visitors and volunteers celebrated the history of Mitchelville, the first self-governing town of freed slaves in the country, on Hilton Head Island with a Gullah breakfast, walking tours, songs and a play on Feb. 4, 2017.
The Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra's 2017 Youth Concerto Competition was held on Feb. 4, 2017 at St. Luke's Church on Hilton Head Island. Here, competition director Joseph Gimbel describes the competition between the 10 young instrumentalists.
This video is posted to promote Lean Ensemble’s current production of “Tribes,” a story of a deaf man and his journey to be understood. The play, directed by Blake White, will be performed at Hilton Head Preparatory School Main Street Theatre. Video by Jean-Marie Cote.
In 1970, Beaufort resident Conrad Hartz traveled the country performing as a clown in the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. Hooked on performance since he was a child in Ridgeland — where his father owned a movie theater he frequented constantly — Hartz, now 70, has never stopped entertaining. He's a ventriloquist as well as a marionette performer. The former Marine and Vietnam veteran has been entertaining at the Irish Festival in Savannah for 20 years. He performed for us Jan. 19, 2017.