The space is very lovely, right on King Street, very spacious. The exhibit that I wanted to see was by Diane Kempler, who combines porcelain with seed pods and forms exotic shapes that mimic nature.
The tall spires were very striking, and these gourd-looking objects made an interesting display.
The next ones represent "Floating Microbes."
The next one is "Microbial Garden."
Several other artists had exhibits included in an upstairs gallery. I liked this large piece by Bob Ray, which looks like an old quilt to me. It is made of PVC, paint, tape, and collage. It is named "A Room in Charleston."
Here is a detail of some of the crosses.
Bob Ray also created "Night Fence" from paint, wood, tape, and charcoal.
I liked this display by Barbara Hardy, which also reminded me of quilts in a way.
This one is named "The Other Color." It is oil on wood.
|My brother Chris, myself, and my brother John|
It is starting to look a lot like fall up here. There's nothing like a blue October Carolina sky against fall color, like these towering goldenrods.
And here is a family of wild turkeys, ignoring the "No Trespassing" sign to go for a stroll on a nearby farm.