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Palmetto Bluff Artist in Residence 2019

Throughout 2019, Garden & Gun and Palmetto Bluff hosted eleven Made in the South Award winners, finalists, and judges at Palmetto Bluff’s Moreland Village for the third installment of the Artist in Residence program. During their stays, each artist led specialized workshops and discussions surrounding their craft for G&G readers and Palmetto Bluff residents.

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The 2019 Artist in Residence program kicks off with chef, author, and global food advocate Asha Gomez, providing a master class on the marriage of traditional Indian spices and everyday Southern cooking.

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Paulina Rodriguez of Lina Rosa Jewelry leads guests in creating their own pair of custom Lina Rosa earrings in a hands-on workshop.

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Max Messier and Lauren Myerscough of Cocktail & Sons teach guests the basics of classic cocktails such as the Old-Fashioned and the Tom Collins.

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Tess Lindsey shows Palmetto Bluff residents how to create a one-of-a-kind leather notebook with the complex stitching and branding techniques used in her Bluegrass Bookbinding journals.

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Dustin Scott of Heart Wood Trade accompanies guests on a fishing excursion after demonstrating the intricacies of his hand-made nets.

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James Beard Award-winning chef Vivian Howard schools participants on the art of the perfect Southern meal, complete with fresh finds from Bluffton area markets and recipes from her book, Deep Run Roots.

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Jackson Smith of Honeysuckle Gelato helps attendees beat the heat with homemade gelato and custom flavors of boozy sorbet.

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Guests gather on the porch of the Artist Cottage to create leather boot patterns with Sarah Means of bespoke Texas boot maker Miron Crosby.

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Participants learn what it means to “be their own butcher” during this informative class with White Oak Pastures of Bluffton, Georgia.

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Marianna Barran de Goodall of Hibiscus Linens ends 2019’s series with an exploration into the art of historic Mexican Otomi embroidery.

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