Art comes alive at Treasure Nest Art Fest

  • Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Visit the Treasure Nest Art Fest on Saturday, May 18 to meet artists and view original works. PHOTO PROVIDED

The Treasure Nest Art Gallery in Mount Pleasant will host the “Treasure Nest Art Fest” on Saturday, May 18. The event will provide the public an opportunity to meet outstanding artists and view several hundred original oil and acrylic paintings. Refreshments and door prizes will complement the festivities.

Several of the represented artists will be attending to speak with collectors and demonstrate their skills by painting “plein air.” Their original artworks cover a broad genre, such as Lowcountry landscapes, beach and wetlands, historical Charleston architecture and wildlife. Other subjects, by more than 100 artists, range from still life and figurative, to abstracts and more.

In its 11th year, The Treasure Nest Art Gallery client base has grown throughout the South. Patrons well know that the gallery continues to focus on high quality paintings and frames offered at exceptional value. While they do not carry giclees or canvas transfers, there are sculptures, pen and ink drawings, watercolors and fine lithographs, in addition to oils and acrylics on canvas.

The Treasure Nest Art Fest is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, May 18. The gallery is located at 1055 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. in the Crickentree Village Shopping Center. For more information, please call the gallery at 843-216-1235, or visit online at www.treasurenestartgallery.com.


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