I'm busy in of the studio creating a series of new paintings I'll be launching in just a few weeks.
August 27th I'll be sharing a collection of new Lowcountry Paintings at Greenville Center for Creative Arts. I hope you'll join me that evening from 5:30-7:30 pm in the GCCA Main Gallery for bites, a drink and new work!
Can't make it? Schedule an appointment with me: email@example.com to get a sneak peek of the work before it opens to the public.
Tribute to the Southwest
Last summer, the twins and I went on an epic adventure, spending time across New Mexico and Arizona. I created a few paintings to memorialize the trip - a physical tribute - to honor the gifts that surround us and the places we visited along the way, which is one of the main reason I create art.⠀
- Art establishes and makes tangible a time, a place, a thought, an idea.⠀
- Art gives an opportunity to endow new life and new meaning into the ordinary.⠀
- Art gives an opportunity to design your own world, and, as in your children, create a significant immortality.⠀
Check out these originals here: https://www.craigragsdale.com/originals/cutout-canyon
This original painting of The Poinsett Bridge, the oldest bridge in South Carolina and possibly the Southeast was built in 1820 and believed to be designed by Robert Mills. It was part of a road from Columbia, SC to Saluda Mountain. Check out this original: https://www.craigragsdale.com/originals/poinsett-bridge
After selling out, my SC Landscape Note Cards are back in stock. Get a set for yourself, a friend, or both! https://www.craigragsdale.com/giclee-prints/sc-landscapes-note-cards
Hope to see you in August. Onward and upward! - Craig