Bluffton artists Bernice and Andy Tate are shown here Wednesday afternoon in their home's workshop. Bernice Tate's work often incorporates patterns from her grandmother's quilts. The Tate's installation at ARTworks in Beaufort titled "Doctuh Buzzard's Rootworks" celebrates the hoodoo culture of the Sea Islands.
Bluffton artists Bernice and Andy Tate are shown here Wednesday afternoon in their home's workshop. Bernice Tate's work often incorporates patterns from her grandmother's quilts. The Tate's installation at ARTworks in Beaufort titled "Doctuh Buzzard's Rootworks" celebrates the hoodoo culture of the Sea Islands. Sarah Welliver/Staff photo
Bluffton artists Bernice and Andy Tate are shown here Wednesday afternoon in their home's workshop. Bernice Tate's work often incorporates patterns from her grandmother's quilts. The Tate's installation at ARTworks in Beaufort titled "Doctuh Buzzard's Rootworks" celebrates the hoodoo culture of the Sea Islands. Sarah Welliver/Staff photo

'Doctuh Buzzard's Rootworks' exhibit explores Lowcountry lore

December 02, 2012 12:01 AM

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