The PopCulteer
August 17, 2012

Thursday saw the August edition of Charleston’s ArtWalk, and it was another great evening of art and socializing. From the cool, macabre photography of Sally Wisher and art of Tyrone Scott(seen right)  at Good News Mountaineer Garage Gallery to the Charleston chapter of the National League of Pen Women at Art Emporium, It was an impressive tour of Downtown Charleston’s art galleries.

We didn’t make it to all the galleries this month, but we hit most of them.

With minimal words, we present this month’s ArtWalk photo essay…

Sally Wisher and Tyrone Scott at GNMGG

Graveyard and monument photography by Sally Wisher

Paintings by Tyrone Scott

Stray Dog Antiques

Advertising art, fossils and other cool stuff is on display at Stray Dog Antiques

Andy Warhol Hanging Around Modern By Design

In addition to Warhol, Joe Bolyard has wonderful work at Modern By Design, too

The Purple Moon

Ad art and new works mingle at The Purple Moon

Vintage work by an actual Mad Man, the ‘hands of God” campaign for Union Carbide in the 1950s

Work by Sharon Lyn Stackpole

Art Emporium Presents The National League of Pen Women

Work by Sonya Adkins

Linda Charles Stone

Pat Roberts

House of Luxe

White Oak Photography

Michelle Krompecher showed off new works, photos of signage taken on a recent trip out west


The Mecca of funkiness Downtown, Collage


Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School

It’s Steampunk time! Sunday, September 16 at 7:00pm at Kanawha Players Theater

Taylor Books

Outdoors, soliciting pottery students at Taylor Books

Work by Gary Shifflet

Impressive, imposing woodwork by Vernon Howell

Oneof many lovely shadowboxes by Megan Schultz

Visions Day Spa

Amazing work by George Washington student, Carly Thaw, can be fo0und at Visions Day Spa

More by Thaw

“Stonewall Riots” by Kim Shrader


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