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May 2013

The Cheryl Newby Gallery in Pawleys Island, SC, Features Works About the South

The Cheryl Newby Gallery in Pawleys Island, SC, is presenting Down South, a spring show of paintings, sculpture, and ceramics by nine artists, on view through May 11, 2013. The exhibition is part of the gallery’s year-long celebration of the gallery’s 30th Anniversary.

A total of twenty six works are on view and for sale by well-known artists. Among those whose works are being featured is the renowned landscape painter, Ray Ellis, who will celebrate his ninety second birthday this month. Other painters featured in the show are New York artist Ellen Buselli, known for her still-life paintings; Floridian Martha dePoo, known for her colorful paintings of life in the Carolina lowcountry; North Carolina plein-air and still-life painter Paula Holtzclaw; and South Carolina painter, Mike Williams, known by many for his “fish paintings” and semi-abstract landscapes.

Bronze sculpture by Gwen Marcus and Catherine Ferrell are also included in the show, along with wood and steal wall sculpture by the most recent artist to join the gallery, Emily Wilson. Three specially created works for the Down South show will be included by Florida ceramic artist, Glenda Taylor.

For further information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/979-0149 or visit (www.cherylnewbygallery.com).

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