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Miss Smith’s Spectacular Watercolors

by Peter Ingle

ALICE SMITH was an artist who saw a scene she liked and painted it. Simple as that. Yet, behind her simplicity looms a charm of ethereal beauty that renders her work as elusive as the artist herself. Of course, living during the emergence of impressionism and having a predilection for watercolor helped: the former... Read »

Finale on the Lawn

by Lindsay Koob

SUNDAY’S THREAT OF RAIN never materialized—at least not at the idyllic grounds of Middleton Place. So the Mozart in the South Festival went ahead with its planned open-air grand finale concert as the evening sun slowly sank behind the western tree line into dusk and darkness, taking some of the afternoon’s oppressive heat with... Read »

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It is with life as it is with art: the deeper one penetrates, the broader the view.                   
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