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 ...

3 Weeks Away

We are three weeks away from having the books out...Working on media coverage and mailings...

Happy Homes

Lots of Books found happy homes today ...

Fantastic Opening & Book Release

We had a fantastic opening and book release, It was a beautiful evening. We were grateful for a such a strong and favorable response, we want to thank you for coming out to join our celebration. We have just begun ...

Show – Friday, May 4th, 2012

Four Corners Framing launched in 1998. Bluffton was really beginning to grow so the time was right to start up. Working with a large group of interior designers and galleries, word of mouth was the main source of customers ...