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Photos provided by ArtTrends Gallery

ArtTrends Gallery, an artist co-op on St. Simons Island operated by seven local fine art painters and two sculptors, recently held their 2nd Anniversary Celebration. More than 75 art lovers and gallery supporters attended the event. Read more

People & Places

"Life is a great big canvas; throw all the paint you can at it!" ~Danny Kaye, Actor Local artist Ken Wallin embraced that idea and shares his adventures as an artist in residence at the Chateau d'Orquevaux in the Champagne-Ardennes region of France. Read more

Culture & History

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Annaliese Kondo

This summer Annaliese Kondo of Studio Pixel Pop had the opportunity to learn in Paris with her four-year old daughter and other students of CCGA. Read about how she found her artistic inspiration there and see the proof in her photos from the trip. Read more

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Julie Andrew

This year, following cancellation of the Shrimp and Grits Festival due to Hurricane Irma, Jekyll Island held a mash-up event combining highlights of that popular festival with the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony and holiday events. Read more

People & Places

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Julie Andrew

Glynn Visual Arts recently hosted an exhibit and artists’ discussion “Life in the Abstract” featuring female abstract artists, as well as "The Big Photo Show" for Coastal Photographers Guild. EIL visited these shows and Planters Exchange's gallery. Read more

People & Places

ArtTrends Gallery recently celebrated its second anniversary. The gallery’s 9 artist members Ella Cart, Helen Carmichael, Dottie Clark, Ray Garrett, Trish Rugaber, Jennifer Broadus, Karen Burnett, Suzy Dmetruk & Syd Summerhill showcased their works. Read more

Culture & History

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Paul Meacham, @CoastalGATravel

February is recognized nationally as Black History Month. Here on the Georgia coast, this history is rich and varied. It encompasses traditions that can be traced back to West Africa, spans generations, and tells tales of both triumph and tragedy. Read more

Culture & History

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Anderson Huynh

The Selden Park gym recently came alive with excitement on a day that included donkeys, a dragon, and some very special students creating and discovering art. Learn more about the Very Special Arts Festival and what it's doing in our community. Read more

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