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Daily Archive for September 15 2010

What Better Way to Welcome Autumn Than Downtown ArtWalk?

Join us Thursday as nine businesses open their doors to showcase the best of Charleston!

Participating businesses include:

Art Emporium
Stray Dog Antiques
Gallery Eleven
Annex Gallery Taylor Books      
Good News Mountaineer Garage
Chet Lowther Studio
The Purple Moon
Romano & Associates Law Gallery
Visions Day Spa

Take a stroll downtown and enjoy the best of what Charleston has to offer.

For more details, visit www.charlestonartwalk.com.

The next ArtWalk is scheduled for Oct. 21.  

Art Walk Highlights

Art Emporium

Art Emporium is presenting new works by a small group of artists and graphic illustrators, including Jeff Pierson, Darin Allen, Squindo and Kevin Adams. Their work ranges from tiny, detailed pen & ink drawings to bold and colorful acrylic on bowling pins.

New works by Kathy Boland also will be on display.

Gallery Eleven

Larry Wolfe will be the featured artist for the month of September. The exhibit’s title is “Plein Air Paintings”.

Gallery Eleven is moving to 1025 Quarrier St. Oct. 1.

Good News Mountaineer Garage

The Allied Artists of West Virginia show “Luck of the Draw” is a celebration of the quirky attitudes of our society. More than 20 Allied Artists members will exhibit works that illustrate their inspirations for the attitudes and taste of this generation.  

Purple Moon

Charleston artist Amy Williams will present “Q&A: A Visual and Performance Art Experience.”

Every day our minds are filled with questions … about ourselves, about others. In this art experience, Amy Williams explores the ideas of questioning and answering our own and others’ questions.

Born from her experience of asking other people’s opinions more than trusting her own, the artist was called to explore what it was she truly wanted to know about herself and her life… and why she was always depending on someone else to answer these important matters for her.

In this exhibit, Williams combines a collection of question and answer word bubble paintings with a performance piece of the artist doing her personal take on Lucy’s lemonade/advice stand from “Peanuts.”

Romano & Associates

The Romano & Associates Law Offices at 230 Capitol St. will be hosting an exhibit by Rebecca Robinson, John Farley and Cristofer Botkin.

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