Now Showing In the Galleries


Sunset River Marketplace

Celebrating All Things Coastal, thru Sept 9

Rice Museum

Antique African Mortar and Pestles

Wm Miller Studio & Gallery - Michael Perrucci thru Aug 25

F1RST FRIDAY ARTWALK July 7th, August 4th, September 1st 4-8PM Looking for something new and exciting to do this weekend? Please come join us for our First Friday ArtWalk. This will be on first of every month, opening Myrtle Beach downtown, supporting local business and creative entrepreneurs. You can come to William H. Miller Studio and pick up a brochure, to discover your local artist. Save the dates for future First Friday Artworks on you calender featuring the Main Street 10 artists. The month of August will feature the landscape work of local artist, Michael Perrucci. Save the date for the September 1st First Friday ArtWalk where the Second Annual Black & White Art Show will be featured. Black & White Show Two August 25th - September 4th Mon - Sat 1-5PM The Second Annual Black & White Art Show. This popular art show will contain pieces from all forms of art in black and white. It will run from August 25th through September 4th 2017. The artist reception will be during the first Friday Artwalk Friday, September 1st, 2017 4-8PM CALL FOR ARTISTS: If you would like to enter the show the drop off for artist is Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017 11-6pm. Work less than 24" have an entry fee of $10, works exceeding 24" are $20 entry fee. Work sales will be a 80/20 split. Due to the popularity of this show artists are limited to two pieces. If you artwork is not for sale and would just like to represent it it would be an additional $20 hanging. All art does not sell pick up is September 5th 1-5PM. Excited to announce that the WHM Foundation Project is now already half way through its FIFTH Year. This is the project sponsored by patrons who in exchange for monthly contributions get handmade cards, artwork or Billy Bucks. Contact me for more details if you would like to be a patron. Many of the Patrons get Holiday Abstracts Cards (12 cards) in November to have unique artists cards to send out in the season for those special artsy friends. It is not too late to sign up for your set.

Rice Museum OPENING July 15 - Celia Wester and Kay Lybrand

Kay Lybrand is a native of Columbia, SC currently residing in Pawleys Island.  "My work is inspired by nature.  I choose my subject matter to explore color, mood and the overall theme.  Having grown up in South Carolina, I spent much time on the coast and fell in love with the soft and ever-changing light, particularly in the marshes.  For me, the mystery of the landscape is a metaphor for life - full of transitions, both subtle and dramatic, soft and delicate, others more severe.  My goal is to translate in paint the realism and abstraction and let them merge and co-exist in a beautiful way. Celia Wester moved to Georgetown from her native Charlotte, NC in 2001, changing her artistic focus to fine art.  With a versatile style, working in various mediums she enjoys presenting detailed imagery and color, whether the subject is whimsical or photo-realistic. Her focus has been photography, painting local scenery and shorebirds.  The colors, textures and patterns of nature are the focus of everything in her subject matter.  Her goal is to cause the bystander to be in awe of everything around them and to not miss the flower for a view of the garden.

Cultural Council of Georgetown

Photographs of Phil Duwel thru Aug. 31

Cheryl Newby Gallery July - Aug

Gallery Artist's Show - featuring 9 artists represented by the gallery! July 8th - August 5th, 2017 Featured works - SUMMER DAY by Ray Ellis, Limited Edition Giclee Print 20" x 30" Gwen Marcus' newest work, Basket Weaver, a part of her Gullah Heritage series, is available for purchase. Give us a call to inquire! Also a photo of Daniel Ambrose between two of his sublime works and 3 paintings of Linda Arnold. Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 - 5:00 and by appointment

Island Art Gallery

A recent stroll through the Island Art Gallery, Pawleys Island.