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Bird’s Eye Views

Bird’s Eye Views

by Katie Kerns Geer Perhaps more than any other animal, humans are fascinated with birds. We admire birds, we make a hobby of peering at them through binoculars; we lure them into our yards with seed; some of us even tattoo them onto our bodies. What’s the enchantment? It may be this: ...
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Building A Collection

Building A Collection

by Michele Seekings Contemporary art is one of the faster growing asset classes among investors. Traditionally, an asset class includes stocks, bonds, and gold, but an interesting shift in today’s high-net-worth individuals is the shift in investing more in alternative asset classes. These alternative asset classes include art, wine, and luxury cars, ...
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Feast for the Eyes

Feast for the Eyes

by Allyson Sutton Denise Stewart-Sanabria’s hyper-realist still lifes are anything but still. You can practically taste the cinnamon sweetness crumbling off the canvas in “King Cake Glitter” and half expect fruit flies to start swarming at the sight of “Fermenting Meloncholia.” With an extensive knowledge of history, a wry sense of humor, ...
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Small Town Big Impact

Small Town Big Impact

by Allyson Sutton | images by ArtFields Nestled about 30 minutes south of Florence, South Carolina lies a quaint little place called Lake City. With its 7,000-person population, old brick warehouses, and quiet downtown streets, Lake City might seem like any other sleepy ...
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SEWE

SEWE

THE PREMIER GATHERING FOR WILDLIFE ARTISTS by Allyson Sutton For three days each February, downtown Charleston is filled with hunting dogs, birds of prey, and outdoorsy types decked out in leather boots and Barbour jackets. And while it might look like they’re filming a remake of Jumanji, these crowds fly south each ...
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Maverick Women

Maverick Women

by Sarah Miller As the story goes, on the evening of January 31, 1889, in the New York City studio of Grace Fitz-Randolph, four determined and illustrious female artists joined their hostess to create the first women’s art club in the US. In spite of their considerable talents, the percentage of ...
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Keith Tolen

Keith Tolen

NEW ARTIST. NEW GALLERY. by Sarah Miller Those who can’t do, teach. This is something we hear time and time again, yet time and time again this statement has been proven wrong. Mozart, Clara Barton, Stephen Hawking, and even Mother Teresa balanced work and ...
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