A wonderful addition to Bluffton’s art scene is the brand spanking new Bluffton Boundary Community Arts Center on Boundary Street. The center held a lovely opening reception last Saturday and it was chock full of beautiful artwork by many local artists. Delicious food and beautiful flowers were the work of Geist Ussery, served up with great entertainment by Beaufort’s Phillip E. Griffin..
The gallery was founded under the watchful eye of Cappi Harrell and Nathaniel Pringle, and the non-profit A Call To Action, a group that will help with the upkeep of the space and provide educational and cultural opportunities for our community.
Artists showing their work include Amiri Farris, Diane Dunham, Brad Mole, Saint (James St. Clair), Lynn Hicks, Laurie McCall, Gabe McCall, Joey McCall, Brenda Singleton, Kevin Perrenoud, Hank Herring, Neil Lax and Antonio Burns.
The gallery hours for the present are from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The artists will also be a part of the Arts and Seafood Festival in October.
From the Island Packet August 2, 2017