Side PepiMcNair Lowcountry LifeEnliven your spirit and enrich your soul with the artwork of two Lowcountry neighbors, €˜Side by Side. Pepi McNair, a painter, and Bill Bosley, a photographer, are passionate about the beauty of the Lowcountry and express that passion through their work.

Pepi McNair moved to Hilton head in 1979. She began painting as a teenager and received formal training at NC State and the Ringling School of Art. Pepi considers her painting as “€œa peaceful way to spend time and an expression of love.€”

Bill Bosley, originally from Toronto, Canada, moved to Hilton Head in 1982. His adventures as Side BillBosley Old Boat in the Creeka wildlife and landscape photographer began when he received a professional camera as a gift in 2014. He says the Lowcountry offers “€œunlimited opportunity to enjoy amazing wildlife.”

You can experience this peace, love, and amazing wildlife at Art League of Hilton Head’€™s newest exhibit “Side by Side”€™ from October 10th through November 4th. The public is invited to an Artists’€™ Reception Thursday, October 12, from 5 -€“ 7 pm. Live music from 5 – 6 pm by local saxophonist Leon Rivchun. Artist Demonstration: Tuesday, October 17, from 1 -€“ 3 pm. Gallery Walk: Thursday, October 19, from 1 – 3 pm.Art League of Hilton Head Gallery, voted “€œBest 2017 Art Gallery on Hilton Head,”€ is located mid-island, inside Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, 14 Shelter Cove Lane, Hilton Head Island, 843-681-5060,