Wellard: Exhibit part of gallery owner’s goal of keeping the viewer’s eye fresh with new works

Charlene Gardner chiseled the events of her day so we could meet to discuss the “Three Palettes” exhibit now filling her May River Road gallery in Old Town Bluffton through the end of the month. The show, which opened in February, highlights three featured artists —

Wellard: New exhibit at Four Corners gallery showcases seven women artists

Who knew that when Charlene Gardener - founder, owner and director of Four Corners Fine Art and Framing on May River Road in Bluffton - took her first woodworking class in high school in the Hudson Valley that the experience would contribute to her career direction all these years later?

Marge & Friends – November 17th 2016

Four Corners is pleased to present “Marge and Friends” a group show of seven talented ladies that happen to be neighbors. Marge’s friends include Karen Dale, Nancy Dwight, Clare Ellis, Sally Hickman, Susan Tarver and Nancy Waterhouse. Each one of the ladies expresses their creativity different than the next.

Wellard: Sculpture exhibit dazzles at Four Corners

“The success of our very first sculpture exhibit in Bluffton was so rewarding and popularly received that a second annual sculpture show seemed absolutely necessary,” said the gallery’s Charlene Gardner. “We have invited six of the most accomplished sculptors, all with a special interest in the South, especially the Lowcountry.

Review: Local artists’ work compelling

The work of two Lowcountry artists filled every corner at the cozy Four Corners Art Gallery & Fine Framing in Old Town Bluffton during the opening reception for the gallery's latest show.

Four Corners Gallery Rocked “The Man Show”

Four Corners founder Charlene Gardener says The Man Show started last year as a way to get attention. It accomplished a lot more than that. This month it put within the four walls of Four Corners Gallery a range of seven Lowcountry artists who reach all the way from tradition to the very edge of the envelope.

Bluffton’s Spring Art Walk Bursts with Creativity

Back in April, the Old Town Bluffton Merchants Association hosted its spring Art Walk set against the charming and rustic ambiance of our coastal town. Approximately 300 to 400 locals and visitors strolled the galleries and working studios, both indoor and outdoor. The Bluffton Art District hosts walks 3 times per year, showcasing pretty much every conceivable type of local and regional type of art ...

The Bluffton Packet

Two Bluffton women have created something that will fit in perfectly next to the jar of seashells and sandstone coasters on your coffee table.

Photos Through the Lens of a Painter’s Eye: Bluffton – Changing Tides

“I’ve never felt as comfortable, as soon, anywhere else. This is a completely welcoming society.” Fine art photographer Marge Agin put it this way when asked what inspired her new book, Bluffton – Changing Tides.

Louanne LaRoche: A Bluffton original

When artist Louanne LaRoche came to the Lowcountry in the late 1970s, it was a quiet place. There were a few two-lane roads and no traffic lights, and not much between ...

Gullah Art and the Old Guard of “Come-Ya” Artists

On March 30, 2012 the Gullah Museum will dedicate an historic marker. Generations to come will know that the museum’s “Little Blue House” is onland that was purchased by William Simmons, great-grandfather of Gullah Museum director, Louise Miller Cohen, after the Civil War. The invitation to the dedication ceremony was designed by Amiri Farris, a bright, young artist in Beaufort.

Bluffton Book

Look what Marge and I got to see yesterday.It looks so fantastic, Lydia did a great job. Opening release party date is set May 4th, 4pm until 8 pm. More to come ...