Carolina Arts logo

Feature Articles

October 2011

Helena Fox Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Offers American Landscape Exhibition

The Helena Fox Fine Art in Charleston, SC, will present the exhibit, The American Landscape: 12 Artists, 12 Impressions, on view from Oct. 7 - 31, 2011. A reception will be held on Oct. 7, from 5-8pm.

The exhibition is the first of an annual exhibit that explores the artists’ homage to the spirit of America. Each artist’s ability to capture in a timeless canvas, the fragile balance between our common experience and the challenges to keep our nation harmonious is the theme of this exhibition.

We are honored to host the fine art of 12 nationally recognized artists; Sarah Amos, Craig Crawford, John Cosby, Julyan Davis, William R. Davis, Terry DeLapp, Donald Demers, West Fraser, Johnson Hagood, Jeffrey Larson, Joseph McGurl, Billyo O’Donnell, and Joseph Paquet.

This exhibition reflects the lifetime each artist has dedicated to creating fine art that captures a sense of the essence of the American experience. The idea germinated from suggestions by collectors for “things American”. In the ever changing, hectic and globally influenced world - a view, a feeling, a memory of something real is becoming ever so important. This group exhibition, speaks of America today.

The exhibition showcases 12 artists, presenting their individual concept of the American landscape … a bar scene by John Cosby, a shrimp trawler going out for a haul by West Fraser, a 22karat gold handcrafted and granulated amethyst acorn symbolizing the majestic American Live Oak tree, or a storm forming over the fragile Florida everglades by Joseph McGurl; all are glimpses into what will be showcased at Helena Fox Fine Art.

For further information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/723-0073 or visit (


[ | October 2011 | Feature Articles | Carolina Arts Unleashed | Gallery Listings | Home | ]



Carolina Arts is published monthly by Shoestring Publishing Company, a subsidiary of PSMG, Inc. Copyright© 2011 by PSMG, Inc., which published Charleston Arts from July 1987 - Dec. 1994 and South Carolina Arts from Jan. 1995 - Dec. 1996. It also publishes Carolina Arts Online, Copyright© 2011 by PSMG, Inc. All rights reserved by PSMG, Inc. or by the authors of articles. Reproduction or use without written permission is strictly prohibited. Carolina Arts is available throughout North & South Carolina.