Arts

In the Spotlight

After 23 years in the art dealing business, Joe Sylvan has just two criteria when it comes to selecting his ...
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A Grand Salon on Broad

It was 1989, and Candace Martin was anchored in her 42-foot ketch in the Ashley River along the western ...
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A Life of Observation

Strolling through Charleston’s historic French Quarter is a little like stepping back in time, especially early in the mornings ...
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CELEBRATING 40 YEARS

One of our favorite places in the Southeast is the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, ...
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A Window on the South

Recently, I made the short 20-mile drive from Charleston to The Sanctuary Resort on Kiawah Island to visit its ...
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Full Spectrum

Rich, vibrant colors and soft textures are some of the hallmarks of pastel paintings. One new gallery aims to ...
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Pride of Place

Forget touristy souvenirs emblazoned with place names, if you want to give a gift that is functional, beautiful and ...
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SEEKING GULLAH

Preservation of a unique African linguistic and cultural heritage—and the arts that embody it—is the impassioned mission of those engaged ...
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The Invisible Artist

Everything here is part of a love story,” Candice Murphy says. We’re sitting in the front room of Jacques’ Antiques ...
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Lowcountry Allegory

No wasted motion. No superfluous scenes. Stories that are sunk to the knees in authenticity. These are the hallmarks of ...
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