Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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264 CS D A R T S There aren't many galleries where you can browse both antique and contemporary art in a single visit. At the Cheryl Newby Gallery in Pawleys Island, however, you can—owner Cheryl Newby maintains an extensive selection of contem- porary paintings and sculpture alongside an equally extensive, selective inventory of antique maps and prints—mainly natural history prints. A quick look around the antique side of the gallery will turn up works by the likes of John James Audubon, George Edwards, Mark Catesby and John Gould. If those don't satis- fy, Newby will gladly try to fnd something more to your taste or hunt down prints by a particular artist should you have one in mind. When it comes to contempo- rary artists, Newby represents 16 painters, sculptors and ce- ramic artists. "We offer so many different styles," Newby says. "What we emphasize here is quality and diversity—our artists are from all over the country." The late Ray Ellis, Martha dePoo, the late Quita Brodhead and Paula B. Holtzclaw are among the artists whose work you'll see hanging in the gallery. Cheryl Newby Gallery 843-979-0149 CHERYL NEWBY GALLERY

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