My good friend, Joseph McGill sleeps in Slave Dwellings all over America. His Slave Dwelling Project bravely shines a steady light on history that has been largely untold. He posted a piece by the Smithsonian today about Whitney Plantation which is a museum…
©2016 Charlotte Hutson Wrenn This is a painting from a photograph by Walter Sanders, originally published in Life Magazine in an article on segregation in Alabama and Edisto Island. The painting is 7″x 5″ and for now is not for…
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Day 12. The Light. $99. no tax, free shipping. Thank you so much for honoring this Twelve Day project with your eager support. So…cheers to the places in our worlds that bring us light. Light & Love, Charlotte
Day 11. Twelve Days of paintings until the Winter Solstice. $99. free shipping no tax. This one is sold.
Day 10. Frampton Inlet, Edisto Island. Twelve Days of Paintings until the Winter Solstice. $99. no tax free shipping.
Day 9. Twelve Days of Painting. All for sale. $99. free shipping no tax.
Day 6 Twelve Days of Christmas &”x 5″ oil on panel, $99. no shipping no tax