Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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A R T S 263 CS D You no longer have to board a plane for Paris to fnd luxuri- ous French interiors, as artist Lindsay Goodwin brings them directly to Charleston's door- step. Her exquisitely detailed paintings invite viewers inside pristine cathedrals, hotels and dining rooms flled with velvet cushions, white linens, fowing curtains and sparkling wine glasses. A California native, Goodwin learned about classical painting methods at Katie O'Neill's Fine Art Studio in Pacifc Palisades before studying under Craig Nelson at San Francisco's Academy of Art University. She paints alla prima, or wet-on-wet, which has taught Goodwin to work to strict dead- lines. "I tend to over-explain things in my life but never in my paintings," she says. "That time limit gives me more confdence in my work, and I make every move count." Goodwin's most recent collection, Meet Me in Paris, is inspired by her most re- cent trip to the city. The collec- tion reveals the artist's favorite Parisian spots—from charming cafés to glamorous ballrooms— and will be shown at Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art at 58 Broad St., from November 6 through the holiday season. Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art 843-722-3660 ELLA WALTON RICHARDSON

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