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Kathryn Freeman Interview

'Artifact Puzzles' recently published an interview with Kathryn Freeman, discussing the inspiration behind her work "Lullaby for Lions." The full interview can be read here (https://www.artifactpuzzles.com/blogs/main/interview-with-lullaby-for-lions-artist-kathryn-freeman), please check it out!    
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Local Artist, P-NUT, featured in ‘Afar’ Magazine

Below is an excerpt from the Afar magazine article from the March/April 2019 Issue, to see the full article click here: Joseph “P-Nut” Johnson Artist If anyone can attest to Charleston’s dramatic changes over the years, it’s local folk artist P-Nut Johnson. Born in 1955, he got his start as a poet, scribbling rhymes on napkins at local clubs in…
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Contemporary Equestrian Paintings In the Legacy of Sporting Art: Featuring Dog and Horse Fine Art and Portraiture

By 2001, Jaynie Milligan Spector already had an impressive-sounding resume and years of experience in the contemporary art world. After studying with Sotheby’s Auction House in London, England, she had worked seven years as an art advisor, three years in a Soho gallery, and a brief stint in Christie’s Contemporary Art Department. Her past experience gave her a broad-based foundation…
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Charleston Mercury – Dog and Horse Fine Art

Tucked away, but not too far away, from the main drag of galleries on Broad Street stands Dog and Horse Fine Art at 102 Church St. Maybe their location is appropriate if you compare them to a dog taking an afternoon nap in its favorite corner of the house - which I'm sure you can find a painting of inside.…
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Dog Gone Art – Fall 2012

Jaynie Milligan Spector directs business in her gallery Dog & Horse Fine Art in historic Charleston, South Carolina; with her English Cocker Spaniels, Lucy and Weese at her side.  Ms. Spector was exposed to the arts as a child by her savvy mother.  Paintings covered the walls and Dachshunds ruled the halls at the creative Milligan house on a tall…
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