John Williams with the Northern Beaufort County Public Education Foundation hangs a quilt donated by Lady's Island graphic artist Liz Chase Wednesday afternoon in a gallery space at USC Beaufort's Center for the Arts. The center will host "Artscapade,"  an art auction and wine tasting Feb. 21 from 6-8:30 pm to raise money for public school teacher grants in northern Beaufort County. Tickets are $15 per person with wine tasting included and can be purchased at Bay Street Gallery or the Center for the Arts Box Office.
John Williams with the Northern Beaufort County Public Education Foundation hangs a quilt donated by Lady's Island graphic artist Liz Chase Wednesday afternoon in a gallery space at USC Beaufort's Center for the Arts. The center will host "Artscapade," an art auction and wine tasting Feb. 21 from 6-8:30 pm to raise money for public school teacher grants in northern Beaufort County. Tickets are $15 per person with wine tasting included and can be purchased at Bay Street Gallery or the Center for the Arts Box Office.
John Williams with the Northern Beaufort County Public Education Foundation hangs a quilt donated by Lady's Island graphic artist Liz Chase Wednesday afternoon in a gallery space at USC Beaufort's Center for the Arts. The center will host "Artscapade," an art auction and wine tasting Feb. 21 from 6-8:30 pm to raise money for public school teacher grants in northern Beaufort County. Tickets are $15 per person with wine tasting included and can be purchased at Bay Street Gallery or the Center for the Arts Box Office.

PHOTO: Lady's Island artist's quilt hung at USC Beaufort arts center

February 20, 2013 10:04 PM

UPDATED February 21, 2013 09:45 AM

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