"I'm a fast artist, I can paint anything in a minute," said Alinda Price as she worked on one of her paintings under the canopy at Eggs'n'tricities along Calhoun Street in old town Bluffton on Thursday. Price, a self-taught artist, creates her works on rough materials like weathered boards or old sheet metal and then sells them to Eggs'n'tricities. "The rustic stuff is really in," she said.
"I'm a fast artist, I can paint anything in a minute," said Alinda Price as she worked on one of her paintings under the canopy at Eggs'n'tricities along Calhoun Street in old town Bluffton on Thursday. Price, a self-taught artist, creates her works on rough materials like weathered boards or old sheet metal and then sells them to Eggs'n'tricities. "The rustic stuff is really in," she said. Jay Karr
"I'm a fast artist, I can paint anything in a minute," said Alinda Price as she worked on one of her paintings under the canopy at Eggs'n'tricities along Calhoun Street in old town Bluffton on Thursday. Price, a self-taught artist, creates her works on rough materials like weathered boards or old sheet metal and then sells them to Eggs'n'tricities. "The rustic stuff is really in," she said. Jay Karr

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May 29, 2014 06:40 PM

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