Anglin Smith Fine Art in Charleston, South Carolina, seems to be the perfect venue for painter Bill Jameson’s latest solo exhibition. In what is described as a gallery for contemporary realism and color, Jameson’s stunning landscapes are right at home.
A number of outstanding works by painter Bill Jameson will soon grace the walls of Charleston, South Carolina’s Anglin Smith Fine Art. Jameson has studied in Florida, New York, and Mexico, and his love for nature led him to the historic village of Saluda in the mountainous region of Western North Carolina. Among the rolling hills of the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains, Jameson masterfully captures “the warm or cool colors heralding the arrival of each season in the Appalachian Mountains.”
Continuing, Jameson writes, “By exploring my subject matter in detail, the process reveals the mystery and profound power of nature. The effect is a literal and sentimental interpretation of nature; each painting is a reflection of the relationship between man and nature; painter and observer.”
“Appalachian Textures” opens on December 2 and will be on view through December 16. To learn more, visit Anglin Smith Fine Art.
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