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April Issue 2010

McClellanville Arts Council in McClellanville, SC, Features Works by Cheryl Baskins Butler & Mark Butler

The McClellanville Arts Council in McClellanville, SC, is presenting the exhibit,
Of Art and Life, featuring works by Cheryl Baskins Butler and Mark Butler, on view through Apr. 24, 2010.

Throughout her career, Cheryl Baskins Butler's art has been inspired by both the natural and cultural history of her surroundings. This exhibit features her paintings, woodcuts, drawings and collages. Her creations are paired, interestingly, with some necessities of prehistoric life: reproductions made and collected by her husband, primitive technologist, Mark Butler. His museum-quality reproductions illustrate ways in which early humans used their environmental resources to meet their daily needs.

Cheryl's art depicts her observations of the environment that humans have used, abused and revered for thousands of years. Together, these pieces tell a story of man and nature, of inspiration and creation, of art and life.

For further information check our SC Institutional Gallery listings, call the Council at 843/887-3157 or e-mail to (macarts@tds.net).

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