Artist Gerard Erley seeks to discover the poetry in a solitary tree…and to communicate that poetry in paint.
Hot, humid, sweltering. Not the best kind of weather for parents of energetic, but bored kids. Survive our famously hot Columbia summers with the help of a cross section of Midlands area summer camps.
A shiny fresh year of reading is upon us, bursting with possibility and the thrill that comes from long awaited new book releases.
If Pat Callahan is in it, you can be sure it’s a visual space.
Creative community spirit revives an opera house and a small Palmetto State community
The custom art of Mary Ann Haven surprises and delights her clients, invariably leaving them wanting more of her work.
“So, are you ready to fly?”
From Farm to Wingard’s Produce Stand, and then to a beautifully presented table, it was a good night for all.
With back-to-school season in full swing, books can be more plentiful than pumpkins this time of year but a truly good read can still be a rare treat.
The abstract portraits of Bonnie Goldberg