invites you to please join us for the …

Ladies of Palmetto Bluff

Featuring work by

Marge Agin Karen Dale  Nancy Dwight Sally Hickman  Nancy Waterhouse

Please join us for our Opening Reception on

Wednesday, November 14th
4pm – 7pm

Refreshments served.
The show will be displayed through December 1st.

Four Corners welcomes the “Ladies of Palmetto Bluff “ with an artists reception on Wednesday November 14th. From 4pm until 7pm.

Gallery owner Charlene Gardner assisted these ladies with the artist patron events in Palmetto Bluff. Their friendships grew as well as the ladies and their maturing talent. Our artists this year include Marge Agin, photographer, Nancy Dwight and Sally Hickman painters, Karen Dale, and Nancy Waterhouse as potters.

Nancy Waterhouse is incorporating the beautiful richness of indigo dying into my new creations. By layering pigments, washes, lots of surface texture and glaze, she sets to impart that sensation on these pieces.

Marge has a new look to many of her images. She is using negative space surrounding the subjects of her work. She has continued to capture the low country through the lens of the camera as well as through the artistry provided by Photoshop and its digital opportunities. Marge’s book about the low country, “Bluffton, State of Mind” made its debut in June 2018.

Sally Hickman has continued her quest of painting each sky abstract better than the last. Her layering and moodiness is delicately placed on her canvas board.

Nancy Dwight has been refining her field painting through extensive work in both the southeast and New England. A highlight of the summer was studying with Vermont artist Mark Boedges, providing a nice balance to Chris Groves and Mark Hanson, skillful tutors in our marsh country. Nancy was awarded an Honorable Mention in SOBA¹s annual juried art show.

Karen Dale has been concentrating on making her bowls. Throwing larger and experimenting with all kinds of surface design — carved or altered. She has also used interesting glazing patterns experimenting with layering glazes to get an interesting fusion of color.