Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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A R T S 282 CS D The Lowcountry Artists gallery was the vision of 10 local artists more than 30 years ago. They quickly grew from a small gallery on Hasell Street to their current historic location at 148 East Bay St. The gallery now has eight artist-owners and represents 25 guest artists, showcasing more than 500 works of art in oil, acryl- ic, watercolor, encaustic, pastel and more. But the gallery's vast amount of local works isn't all that makes it unique. "After 33 years in historic Charleston, our customers are like family," says co-owner Joyce Harvey. "Almost every day we visit with returning clients and are always thrilled to share in their Charles- ton experience." Harvey shares ownership with local artists Lynne N. Hardwick, Norma Morris Ballentine, Rana Jordahl, Laura Cody, Sandra Roper, John Albrecht and Kari Swanson, all of whom are committed to supporting the community with special events and art education. Ongoing projects include Art for Arthritis, a fundraiser that helps children with arthritis through the local Arthritis Foundation. Event and workshop information can be found at lowcountryartists. com or facebook.com/ lowcountryartists. LOWCOUNTRY ARTISTS GALLERY Lowcountry Artists Gallery 843-577-9295 lowcountryartists.com

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