Freedom Soars, mesquite wood with cypress wood stand and babinga wood base, 1' x 8"
It was getting lost at sea 35 years ago that changed the trajectory of artist Stephen T. Vadakin’s life. While sailing on the Intracoastal by Captiva Island on
When business owner Marty Huggins was leafing through the pages of Entrepreneur magazine in 2007, he had no idea that he would discover an idea that would
Bob Hart, lead finisher
Run your hand over a Landrum table and you can almost feel the history in it. The veining and whorls, the imperfections—they all hold
Sandy Scott, Green Backed Heron, bronze, 11" x 13" x 10"
For Kaitee Floyd, her boss has not only been someone she sees at work but also during special moments in her life. Gallerist Cheryl
Mirror Image, oil on canvas, 40" x 30"
Painter Betsy Jones McDonald doesn’t have to go far for inspiration; the fine artist’s studio on Daniel Island faces the marshlands of the Wando and Cooper
Goodbye, formal and fussy. hello, classy casual. So says Atlantic Stone’s Joe Sykes, who is in the habit of spotting trends in natural stone
Amanda and Alan Beers had radically different career goals when they moved from South Florida to the Charleston area in 2019. But when the COVID-19
The new home in Isle of Palms was designed, built and furnished to get the most out of oceanfront living. The house features multiple outdoor living areas and expansive windows.
The checklist was relatively short but that did not diminish the tall order for the team who designed and built the Isle of Palms beach