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June 2013

Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art in Charleston, SC, Offers Works by Lindsay Goodwin

Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art in Charleston, SC, will present Grandeur, featuring works by Lindsay Goodwin, on view from June 7 through July 15, 2013. A reception will be held on June 7, from 5-8pm.

At the young age of 30, Goodwin has soared to the top as one of the country’s most collected oil painters. A California native and a graduate of the renowned Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Goodwin was chosen as one of the top fifteen emerging artists among her entire graduating class, and it has been history ever since. She already has numerous awards under her belt, and has garnered attention from every national art publication, including American Art Collector, Plein Air, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Southwest Art.

One of her most sought after recognitions is her recent inclusion in Southwest Art’s annual “Top 21 Artists under 31” spread in their Sept. 2005 issue. In Dec. 2008 Goodwin was showcased in American Art Collector’s largest feature article to date, with an 8-page spread of her feature show that year. Most recently, Goodwin received an Honorable Mention from Oil Painters of America for her painting, “Light on Copper,” from her 2012 Spring Online Showcase.

As a young girl, Goodwin often joined her grandmother at high tea, which initially inspired her passion to capture intricate place settings and lavish interiors. She fine tuned her technique through classical training, and now masterfully recreates the intimate details of fine restaurants and hotel lobbies, and numerous historical gems from Paris to Charleston.

The gallery is pleased to present her latest body of works, which focuses primarily on interior scenes of the west coast, as well as highlights from elite establishments throughout Italy and France.

For further information check our SC Institutional Gallery listing, call the gallery at 843/722-3660 or visit (www.ellarichardson.com).

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