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Images of downtown as well as West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, James and Johns Islands, Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, etc. Because Charleston is the best city in America!
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Posts tagged art.

blackanthropologie:


A Gullah shout!!!


The ShoutArt by John W. Jones

blackanthropologie:

A Gullah shout!!!

The Shout
Art by John W. Jones

(via l-e-v)

Morning Walk Down QueenArt by Rick Reinert 

Morning Walk Down Queen
Art by Rick Reinert 

(Source: rickreinert.blogspot.com)

jessicaroux:

For the February issue of Charleston Magazine, I illustrated the Charleston Cottage, also called Freedman’s Cottage. You can read more about it here!
I’m also listed as a contributor, where I talk about the things I miss about living in the Low Country!

jessicaroux:

For the February issue of Charleston Magazine, I illustrated the Charleston Cottage, also called Freedman’s Cottage. You can read more about it here!

I’m also listed as a contributor, where I talk about the things I miss about living in the Low Country!

(Source: jessica-roux.com)

The Pineapple Fountain Art by Virginia Greene

The Pineapple Fountain
Art by Virginia Greene

(Source: charlestonmag.com)

Broken Silence  Art by Charles Williams
Charles Williams is a native of Georgetown, about a forty minute drive from Charleston, and most of his paintings depict the Carolina lowcountry.  His work is really beautiful.  
An artist who is often featured at the Robert Lange art gallery at 2 Queen Street.  My favorite gallery in the city, and my favorite local artist as well. 

Broken Silence 
Art by Charles Williams

Charles Williams is a native of Georgetown, about a forty minute drive from Charleston, and most of his paintings depict the Carolina lowcountry.  His work is really beautiful.  

An artist who is often featured at the Robert Lange art gallery at 2 Queen Street.  My favorite gallery in the city, and my favorite local artist as well. 

(Source: facebook.com, via intracoastal-wanderings)

samoanpunch:

Pink Crepe Myrtles Art by Fred Jamar

samoanpunch:

Pink Crepe Myrtles
Art by Fred Jamar

Autumn SkiesArt by Charles Williams

Autumn Skies
Art by Charles Williams

(Source: facebook.com)

2007 Poster design for the Charleston Wine & Food Festival

2007 Poster design for the Charleston Wine & Food Festival

(Source: ilikecharleston)

The StormArt by Jim Booth 

The Storm
Art by Jim Booth 

(Source: jimbooth.com)

Glorious FallArt by West Fraser
(Saint Michael’s Church at Broad and Meeting.)  

Glorious Fall
Art by West Fraser

(Saint Michael’s Church at Broad and Meeting.)  

(Source: westfraserstudio.com)

Old B&C Grocery School CrossingArt by West Fraser
(Now College Corner, corner of Beaufain and Coming Streets)
(This store was operated by Albert Kestenbaum and his wife Bella for nearly 45 years until they retired in the mid 1980s.) 
(Source for historical note.)

Old B&C Grocery School Crossing
Art by West Fraser

(Now College Corner, corner of Beaufain and Coming Streets)

(This store was operated by Albert Kestenbaum and his wife Bella for nearly 45 years until they retired in the mid 1980s.) 

(Source for historical note.)

(Source: westfraserstudio.com)

gecheesoul:

A Gullah Guide to Charleston

gecheesoul:

A Gullah Guide to Charleston

#gullah  #books  #art  
Beloved CharlestonArt by John Carroll Doyle 

Beloved Charleston
Art by John Carroll Doyle 

(Source: johncdoyle.com)

Sketch of an urban design for a new residential hotel based on the model of the old Charleston Hotel
Art by Fairfax & Sammons Architecture

Sketch of an urban design for a new residential hotel based on the model of the old Charleston Hotel

Art by Fairfax & Sammons Architecture

(Source: thehandbookauthority, via thehandbookauthority)

The old Folly Beach Pier, 1931-1977

The old Folly Beach Pier, 1931-1977

(Source: jimbooth.com)

 
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