Bernard de Claviere

Bernard de Claviere

Called by the Wall Street Journal "one of the leading animaliers of this century", Count Bernard de Claviere d'Hust became familiar...
Marty Whaley Adams

Marty Whaley Adams

Marty Whaley Adams, a native of Charleston, draws on inspiration from the colors, textures and rich nuances of her native city. Nationally recognized...
Peter Arguimbau

Peter Arguimbau

Peter Layne Arguimbau studied the Classical Renaissance in Italy(1981 - 1984). He also studied at The Art Students League in New York under Frank Mason from 1974 to 1981...
Anita Baarns

Anita Baarns

Anita Baarns was born in Fontainbleu, France, but moved to The Netherlands as a child where her artistic talents first appeared...
Joy Beckner

Joy Beckner

Joy Kroeger Beckner is inspired by sensuous shapes of skin, bone and muscle. She models clay into classical forms, which are then cast...
Beth Carlson

Beth Carlson

Beth Carlson’s sporting paintings, portraits and narrative paintings are coveted by many collectors across the country. For sporting collectors...
Robert Clarke

Robert Clarke

Robert Clarke studied at St. Martins School of Art in London, then taught Life-Drawing at Barnfield College, Luten. His canine pieces, usually painted with a grey background...
Constance Coleman

Constance Coleman

Constance Coleman studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy and at San Francisco’s California School of Fine Arts. Constance found her niche...
Lese Corrigan

Lese Corrigan

Lese Corrigan born and bred in Charleston is primarily an oil painter, her pet portraits are representational but she trusts her instincts as an expressionistic realist...
James Crow

James Crow

James Crow majored in art at the College of Wooster in Ohio and has specialized in painting all breeds of horses since 1979...
Beth deLoiselle

Beth deLoiselle

In 2001 Beth de Loiselle was awarded the Timothy Dill scholarship allowing her to study at the Shuler School...
Jim Dratfield

Jim Dratfield

Jim Dratfield is the author of eleven coffee table books of his work...

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