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October 2011

Greenway Studio in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Peter Scala

Greenway Studio in Charleston, SC, is present the exhibit, Ramblings, featuring the fantastical surrealism of Peter Scala, on view through Oct. 15, 2011.

Scala was born in Greenwich Village, NY. He was greatly influenced as a child living at a Hudson Street painter’s studio - which was the workplace of his father Victor Scala (Cubist) and Franz Kline (Abstract Expressionist).

Scala has traveled extensively throughout Africa and Asia; which is a firm inspiration in many of his paintings. In this array called, Ramblings, Scala renders his paintings in egg tempera and oil paints, delicately applying multiple layers of color, resulting in a chatoyant and dream-like display.

Greenway Studio is located at 10 Daniel Street, just off Hwy. 17 South, between Gene's Haufbrau and St. Andrews Shopping Center in Charleston, SC.

For further information call the studio at 843/766-4330 or visit (


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