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My Essence of Beaufort

The Charles Street Gallery's exhibition series continues with Betsy Chaffin's show of colorful crosshatches and depth-giving tar until November 24th, followed by the 4th Annual Invitational opening on Friday, November 30th with a reception from 5:30-9:30 with the fifteen artists who have created work for the innovative event. This year, the Invitational offers the theme of "My Essence of Beaufort." The interpretations of Beaufort by these artists will be multi-media, including photography. The Lowcountry scenes will be varied, the colors abundant, and the essence of Beaufort finely distilled. The 15 Artists are Eric Horan, Gary Geboy, Joshua Savage Gibson, Paul Keyserling, Jim Rothnie, Benton Lutz, Betsy Chaffin, Lynn Brown, Alexandra Sharma, Sharon DeAlexandris, Cabell Heyward, Rebecca Davenport, Kathy Crowther, Susan Graber, and Priscilla Coleman.

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BEAUTIFUL Music

Beaufort Performing Arts is happy to present The Claremont Trio On Sunday, November 18 at 7 pm. The trio, comprised of pianist Donna Kwong and twin sisters, violinist Emily Bruskin and cellist Julia Bruskin, is yet another example of chamber groups formed by attractive young women who are not only an absolute joy to hear but thrilling to watch as well.

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Art Walk Expands

Beaufort has been named as one of the top 100 best art towns in the United States for the past 10 years. Beaufort’s finest art galleries will open their doors to bring some of the best art and artists the Lowcountry has to offer during the tenth bi- annual Guild of Beaufort Galleries Fall ArtWalk, Saturday October 27th, from 5:00pm to 7:30pm. 

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Cross Hatches & Tar Substructures

Chaffin describes her paintings as “haiku poetry, rather than novels. The paintings are responses to a specific time, place, or person; for instance, the mood of being by the Colleton River one day.” In her new series at Charles Street Gallery in November, the paintings are made of cross hatches, which are indirect ways of mark-making.

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Hearing the Stuff of Dreams

    I woke up this morning from a nightmarish vision of a man whose unshaven face was frozen in an expression much like the character in Edvard Munch’s The Scream.  In my dream, the man could not speak.  Instead, his dark, wide eyes stared directly into mine and I realized that the only way I could communicate with this living sculpture was through sight.  It would be a very lonely and one-sided conversation.

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