First There Was Clay

Corbett Toussaint’s slender hand grabs the lip of a huge 19th century Edgefield…
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Playing with Color

A charcoal line scrawled across the paper, a splash of watercolor in just…
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The Art of Restoration

“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” ~…
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Et Cetera: Before the Cock Crows

Weathercocks have topped church steeples for centuries, and in this instance one tops…
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Making a Mark in Metal

Many metal artists did not pursue metal as their original path. They more…
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Chainsaw Art

Wade Geddings’ art on the Cayce Riverwalk compels visitors to stop and touch…
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Nighttime in Columbia

“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is an old, familiar adage.…
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Columbia’s La La over All That Jazz

Jazz is freedom, expression, and improvisation. As main character and jazz enthusiast Sebastian…
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Green with Envy

“Jean Crisan” fur jacket and AJ Morgan sunglasses from Revente; “Scarlet Rage” vintage…
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Grown to Dye

On a quiet country road, closer to Prosperity than Little Mountain, is Debby…
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Striking a Chord

What is it about music that can lift us to our feet, fill…
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“Meet Me at Tapp’s!”

Merriam-Webster defines the word “icon” as “emblem; symbol.” Whenever long-time Columbia residents speak…
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