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Comment Archives: Stories: Arts+Movies: Visual Arts

Re: “The art of all things book tells a compelling story in On & Off the Page

Wonderful show and article! Glad this show got some recognition it deserves and it is a refreshing change in Charleston art.

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Posted by localartist on October 12, 2016 at 2:25 PM

Re: “The visual arts scene heats up during Spoleto

my family wanted a form last year and encountered a business that hosts a lot of sample forms . If you are looking for it too , here's a http://goo.gl/7J52Ue

Posted by Ben Warlick on June 15, 2016 at 9:22 PM

Re: “The Last Sculpture Show

Savvy article - I learned a lot from the insight , Does someone know if my assistant could get access to a blank a form document to type on ?

Posted by Ben Warlick on June 15, 2016 at 9:20 PM

Re: “Charleston Salt and Iron talks past, present, and future

Hi Connelly,
Thank you for the review, we are so pleased.
Lydia Inglett Publishing/Starbooks.biz

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Posted by Lydia Inglett on May 5, 2016 at 11:23 AM

Re: “Arthur McDonald explores faith, travel, and ritual

Arthur - your women of the west long to know if you and your loved ones are thriving and growing still in art and family. For me in particular, you are woven in my ritual of friendship. Sally Ruscitti

Posted by Sally Ruscitti on August 4, 2012 at 1:32 AM

Re: “Contemporary artist Scott Debus packs his bags for Austin

Bon Voyage Scott! The Kulture Klash's were an incredible platform and doorway for me and I miss them. Have fun layin down the law in Texas...

c a r l j a n e s

Posted by Carl Janes on July 19, 2012 at 4:43 PM

Re: “Contemporary artist Scott Debus packs his bags for Austin

Mr. Debus will definitely be missed. His contributions to the art scene in Charleston were immense. Basically, without Scott taking an interest in my work, I would barely have exhibited in this town. Best of luck to him in Austin!

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Posted by Scott Wallace on July 19, 2012 at 9:52 AM

Re: “Contemporary artist Scott Debus packs his bags for Austin

Fantastic article, his last show here in town was great!

Posted by Joseph Nienstedt on July 19, 2012 at 1:14 AM

Re: “Manning Williams helped us see life from a new perspective

Very nice article, really describes the Manning we all knew and loved.

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Posted by Mary Walker on June 27, 2012 at 9:30 PM

Re: “Manning Williams helped us see life from a new perspective

Very moving tribute, Lese. I interviewed Manning several years ago for Charleston Magazine. He contributed a mural to an outdoor Piccolo exhibit and gave me a tour of his work in progress. I was blown away with the vision and range of his style. Great loss, but he left us with a beautifully original body of work. Brilliant art is made here everyday and I'm sure he inspired more than his fair share of it.

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Posted by Stanfield on June 27, 2012 at 4:43 AM

Re: “Manning Williams helped us see life from a new perspective

This is a beautiful tribute to an artist and man who was very much "of" the place that he came from, and spent his life and career sharing that vision with others. He was one of the few artists from the South to really accomplish visually what so many of the great Southern writers did with words.

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Posted by Mary Bentz Gilkerson on June 26, 2012 at 4:20 PM

Re: “Prolific artist Phillip Hyman spreads the love underground

You may want to check this out as well:

What makes “Gullah Art” - “Gullah Art? Are images of chickens running around in barnyards, sharecropper farmers in straw hats and fat women in colorful rainbow colored stripe and polka dot dresses losing its appeal as iconic images of what we think of as Gullah Art? Should we wonder, is a new genre of two dimensional Gullah Art on the horizon? Sweetgrass basketry aside, the question begs, exactly what is “Gullah” imagery?

A possible answer may viewed in the daring innovative fresh style of modern images that mirror the past, the content of Bernice Mitchell Tate’s current installation exhibition at The College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center. REMEMBERING HER TIME: The Art of Bernice Mitchell Tate, (Herstory & Heritage) offers a sophisticated option to art lovers, investors and collectors who are seeking a new perspective of Gullah Art. REMEMBERING HER TIME: The Art of Bernice Mitchell Tate (Herstory & Heritage) which opened on May 17, 2012, is a transmedia installation as well as an exhibition of sculptural collages, large canvases, high fashion accessories design concepts. Using a process she calls fused continuity, the artist provides visual evidence of how material culture, in this instance, is transformed into contemporary mixed media art works of modern imagery. “This is indeed something new.” The installation may arguably be one of the longest running, one woman, single artist exhibitions ever mounted at the Avery. The showing which opened on May 17th, will extend through August 17, 2012 at The College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center, 125 Bull Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29424

Posted by Gullah Modern on May 30, 2012 at 12:41 PM

Re: “Prolific artist Phillip Hyman spreads the love underground

Yay for Philly Cheese! This guy is incredible. So glad you guys did this feature.

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Posted by Trina Lyn on May 30, 2012 at 9:37 AM

Re: “David Boatwright sizes up the South for City Gallery show

Congrats my friend - only wish that our opening receptions weren't on the same night / time so that I could be there to support you! Looking forward to a possible collaboration in the future.

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Posted by Colin Quashie on April 5, 2012 at 8:56 AM

Re: “David Boatwright sizes up the South for City Gallery show

What Ghiberti did for Florence, Boatwright does for Charleston. Simply wonderful!

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Posted by Faolan on April 4, 2012 at 7:46 PM

Re: “Patch Whisky takes his designs to NYC for an X-rated exhibition

Great article. It's a travesty that Charleston has not given Patch a proper show yet. He's shown in Asheville, Savannah, Miami, New York & Jacksonville in the last year. He was supposed to do SCOOP in Feb. Patch is not an opening act He is a force to be reckoned and if we don't reckon him soon, we will be watching the backside of his Whisky van driving away to bigger and better things.

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Posted by Geoffrey Michael Richardson on March 14, 2012 at 8:23 AM

Re: “Aggie Zed lets your imagination run wild

This is a great show!! Shouldn't be missed...

Posted by Ginny Canady on February 14, 2012 at 3:22 PM

Re: “Aggie Zed lets your imagination run wild

Superb Show!
Come prepared to be blown away - visually, emotionally and spiritually!
be sure to watch the "movie" it is only 9+ minutes long but offers great perspective about the art and the artist's message.
thanks Aggie Zed!

Bob

Posted by Diane Brill Sneed on January 21, 2012 at 3:31 AM

Re: “Aggie Zed lets your imagination run wild

Well that's a bit awesome :)

Posted by Chels on January 19, 2012 at 6:14 PM

Re: “Hirona Matsuda and Nina Garner invite viewers to take a closer look

Too many words to read, but the chicks are cute.

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Posted by hooperguy on November 22, 2011 at 8:29 PM
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