Reflections on the River at the State Museum
The South Carolina State Museum’s exhibition, Reflections on the River, explores the significance of our state’s rivers on culture, industry and landscape, as well as the ways in which they have inspired artists in the state. Items on display include 16th century engravings, Catawba pottery, contemporary paintings and photographs. The exhibition features works by renowned artists such as William Halsey and Anna Heyward Taylor, plus a few pieces that have never been on display and several new acquisitions, including a 19th century oil landscape by painter Charles Fraser from Charleston. Reflections on the River is on view April 26 – March 15.