Mixed media, painting, sculpture
Abraham Brown is a retired Marine who has received a B.F.A. in painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah GA. Brown works in a wide range of media to include sculpture, video and complex installations. Brown's work consists of large scaled panel that combines mix media, painting and sculpture to explore the narratives of the imagination, black history, abstract themes and distant memories. He has exhibited works in group and solo exhibitions in Savannah, GA and Beaufort SC.
Abraham currently resides in Beaufort SC and is presently exhibiting work for the Black Chamber of Commerce, Savannah International Trade and Convention Center, Corkhouse Gallery, and SC Maritime Center.
Photography bookends Pat Carney’s lifelong career as a working creative. His award winning images have been celebrated from his early years in journalism through mid-career in graphic design. Currently, his fine art photographs are featured in several corporate and private collections.
Carney is a master of event photography where spontaneity rules the scene and motion must be compensated. His performing arts photography can be found on the walls of Capri Theatre, where Prince first took the stage; and in the collection of the prestigious Ordway Theatre and St Paul Chamber Orchestra in the Twin Cities. Meanwhile, special events and milestones are memorialized for friends and families through Carney’s lens.
Landscapes and nature scenes prevail as Carney’s fascination throughout his fine art work. His images make the ordinary, poetic, and make the astonishing seem dimensional.
Other works of Pat Carney have been exhibited throughout the Minneapolis metropolitan area and published in coffee table books. Pat Carney resides in beautiful Beaufort, SC, and remains available for assignments.
710 Boundary Street
I have always been drawn to interior design, and after a brief sojourn as a graphic designer in NYC, I began a new career painting in clients’ homes on their walls, ceilings, and floors. For many years I created throughout Long Island, NYC, and surrounding states—and as far away as Florida, Seattle, and San Francisco traveling, ascending scaffolding and painting directly on my client’s walls. After hundreds of completed projects, I realized I somehow needed a way to create these artworks in a studio environment. There was an a-ha moment when I found a 54”paintable liner that could be applied just as wallpaper by a professional paper hanger. They are planned to fit the client’s s pace, style, and color palette. When completed, they are rolled into tubes and sent to the location. The murals and decorative designs I produce are as diverse as the individual client’s decor style. I just love helping people uncover their style to make their homes unique.”
Atelier Off Bay
203 West Street, Beaufort
Hank's work has been featured in museums and galleries throughout the United States. His work is in Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Japan and Australia. He utilizes cultural symbols to create wooden stamps for artists working in batik, printmaking, quilting and ceramics. He uses the stamps with cultural symbols to teach educational standards in schools, to demonstrate and instruct at art events with other artists, youth, physically challenged and senior groups.
“We are only limited by our imaginations. I believe, art should stir the soul and ignite the imagination”.
“I’m just passing it forward, it is not mine to keep. I’m paying back what was invested in me, hoping the return is worthy of my investors/ancestors“.
Amy Minson, an award winning artist, has always had an appreciation and passion for the natural world. Her formative years were spent in and around the St. Johns River in unincorporated Jacksonville, Florida, an area known as Mandarin. She witnessed the change as development took over. The natural areas once her playground quickly disappearing, family friends and small business losing their way of life. Her childhood experience along with living in several other riverine areas of the South experiencing rampant development in the name of “progress” remains an influence on her work.
Her art journey started at age five with pastel lessons with her older brothers. Different interests took over resulting in a 30 odd year hiatus. Her return to painting as an adult began in the world of water color inspired by a long time family friend. Several years later pastel came back in the picture, and after various local and national workshops in pastel brought about enough growth to achieve entry into and several awards in local and national shows. Combining her love for nature and the landscape, she was drawn increasingly to oil painting and particularly to En Plein Air. In 2019 Minson was invited with eight other artist to participate in En Plein Air: Scenes of South Carolina celebrating the traditions and style of plein air painting and drawing seen in the Van Gogh and His Inspirations, exhibition held at the Columbia Museum of Art.
Michael is a contemporary representational painter working in oils. His work focuses on the southern landscape as well as his popular Bourbon/Spirits still life series. Michael describes his work as a continual pursuit in visual poetry. He is focused on moving beyond the literal representation of the subject, rather seeking to capture and express something more poetic and expressive. Michael’s studio/gallery at Atelier Off Bay opened in 2020 serving as a second studio in addition to his home studio in Seabrook, SC.
Atelier Off Bay
203 West Street, Studio #7 Beaufort, SC 29902
Award winning artist Lisa Gilyard-Rivers is the proud owner of Legacy Art Gallery is located at 917 Bay Street Beaufort, S.C. 29902 located in the Old Bay Marketplace. What will catch your attention are the vibrant colors that shine boldly off each canvas. And what you will feel is love. Lisa paints with love and it is felt in her gallery, on the walls each canvas shows her painted brush strokes on each finished piece. Gifts- Tea Towels Mugs Prints Pillows About: Mrs. Lisa Gilyard-Rivers, Local life Magazine Grand Prize winner Artist of the Year. Front cover of Pink Magazine and Lowcountry Weekly. In addition, she was chosen to paint one of several bench designs in Beaufort County. Her desige captures the tranquil view of the Downtown Beaufort Waterfront Marina. With the glistening LowCountry sun shines on the boats and the marsh. On the back she creates the screen of a Gullah couple on the dock enjoy the view of the water near the oak lined road. This unique creation also includes local animal for the kids to find: a squirrel, lizard and some inserts.” Oh what a pleasure to have created such an Legacy”.
Legacy Art Gallery
917 Bay Street Beaufort, S.C. 29902
Mary Grayson Segars
Mary Grayson Segars has lived in Beaufort for 27 years and taught herself the fundamentals of oil painting shortly after moving here. She loves painting and finds it very relaxing. Her main interest is light and shadow; I'm intrigued by the effect of light on colors and the shapes that shadows create. She was a biology major by training (College of William & Mary) but have enjoyed this shift to the arts. Her paintings are respresentational, but not highly detailed, and she likes to work with both brushes and palette knives. In the past, she has participated in numerous shows and art fairs, and teaches classes and workshops throughout the Southeast.
Atelier Off Bay, 203 West St, Beaufort, SC
George Davis Fine Art & Antiques, Savannah, Ga
City Art Gallery, Greenville, NC
Nina started painting for pleasure and relaxation about twenty five years ago. Customers started buying her paintings and following her art when she began displaying miniature oil paintings at her antique center. Nina and her husband Steve closed their Antique Center after a 35 year run but she continues to paint for pleasure and relaxation. Naturally a new business, Artistry Decor, with a blend of art and antiques (of course) was born. Starting in 2023 you can see her offerings at the Beaufort Emporium on Bay Street.
Beaufort Emporium on Bay Street
905 Bay Street Beaufort, SC 29902
Instagram - artistry_decor ninabsnyder
Linda Silk Sviland
Handpainted silk apparel designer
Linda Silk Sviland has been employed in the creative arts industry since, as a teenager, she served her apprenticeship in the costume department of the renown Santa Fe Opera. This was followed by a forty-year career as a graphic designer and illustrator for advertising & design firms, national associations, and nonprofits in the Washington DC area. In that capacity she designed critically acclaimed branding for Presidential election campaigns; designed commemorative jewelry presented to royalty and VIPs; was honored by the NAACP; and received the Historic Preservationist Award for her public art installations by Stafford County (Virginia). She has served on boards for numerous Arts organizations, including co-founding Falls Church Arts (Virginia). Now, a Northwest Quadrant Neighborhood resident where she creates exclusive hand-painted silk apparel in her home studio, Linda is actively involved in supporting artist engagement for the Freedman Arts District organization.
Beth Tockey Williams
Beth Williams is an award-winning artist and Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America, who served as the 2019 Artist in Residence at the Dry Tortugas National Park. Beth earned Fine Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Art Education from Texas Tech University, teaching art for private and public schools as well as art museums across the country and abroad. She began painting full time in 2009, pursuing a career in fine art landscape painting. Her work has been featured in The Pastel Journal’s pastel 100 competition 2018 and 2019, as well as One King's Lane, Charleston Garden and Gun Jubilee, Charleston Style and Design Magazine, Charleston Art Mag, and the summer 2020 issue of Parks and Travel Magazine.