Fifth annual Lowcountry Artist Award Show this Friday

Local artist, J.B. Boyd, will reveal his 3-inch by 10-foot painting of Grey’s Bay near his Goat Island residence on Friday February 27th during the City Gallery opening reception of his new show titled Grey. He was able to complete this work with funding he recently received from the Griffith Visual Arts Fund. The opening reception is from 6pm-8pm, is open to the public, and has been made possible in part by the generous offering and partnership with the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs. The Griffith Visual Art Fund was started in 2003 by Mike and Donna Griffith, art supporters and art appreciators, to enable local artists to thrive in their mediums without the burdens of financial stress. Applications for the 2009 Griffith winner are now being accepted.

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