Oil, Felix Maceda BaizabalThe Rice Museum is pleased to present “Director’s Circle 2013,” from May 25 through July 6, 2013, in the Prevost Gallery, 633 Front Street in Georgetown.
This exhibit features work by five area artists and includes oil, acrylic, and pastel paintings, as well as photographs.
Kay Bonnoitt, a Georgetown native, retired in 2007 from a career in real estate sales. Since retirement, she has worked on her art, including drawing, stained glass, pastels and painting in acrylics and oils. Oil is now her medium of choice and this exhibit includes oil landscapes and still lifes.
Carol Ann Prince is a native of Louisiana and has lived in Pawleys Island for three years. She studied oil painting with a number of instructors including Gregg Kreutz, Richard Oversmith, Bruce Chandler, Emmy Bronson and Jim Calk. Her work includes portraits, still lifes and landscapes.
Dr. Eric Heiden has been involved with the art of photography for more than 50 years and has won numerous awards for his work. He has exhibited at the Gibbes in Charleston, Burroughs and Chapin in Myrtle Beach, and the Florence Museum, as well as at the Rice Museum.
Mary Margaret Brigman lives in Mount Pleasant. After painting with watercolors for a number of years, she discovered pastels and they are now her medium of choice for her landscapes, many of which feature the South Carolina lowcountry.
Felix M. Baizabal came to Georgetown from Veracruz, Mexico. He is a self-taught artist who expresses the beauty of his homeland in sketches and paintings using multimedia.
There is no charge to view the exhibit during regular hours of 10:00 am until 4:30 pm Monday through Saturday.
For additional information please call 843-546-7423