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An Artist Drawn to the Beauty of the Bayou

Swamps, spoonbills, second lines: Annie Moran captures the essence of Louisiana

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A Georgian Sewing Machine

A crackerjack quilter follows a pattern of Southern storytelling

Arts & Culture

How Emily Morgan Brown Puts the Past in Bloom

A Birmingham artist’s botanical tapestries update a centuries-old technique

Arts & Culture

Three Cocktails Inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe

Bartenders toast the acclaimed painter as a new exhibit opens at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh

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Sculptor Ashley Pridmore’s Wild Talent

A New Orleans artist breathes new life into death

Arts & Culture

A New Play for Parrot Heads

A Jimmy Buffett–inspired musical opens in New Orleans and is bound for Broadway

Arts & Culture

A Southern Artist Returns Home

Kentucky-born Elliott Puckette debuts her first Southern solo show at Charlotte’s SOCO Gallery

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Flying Colors

A Virginia painter elevates the profile of the lowly moth

Arts & Culture

Art in Residence

A beloved shop sets down new roots in one of our favorite small-town escapes—Water Valley, Mississippi

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Arts & Culture

The Work of Mark Catesby

An English naturalist’s Southern odyssey

Arts & Culture

Southern Exposure: Hitting the Road with Jack Spencer

Eighty thousand miles with the legendary photographer

Arts & Culture

A Tribute to Frida Kahlo, Gardener

Florida’s first solo exhibition of Kahlo’s work

Arts & Culture

Weaving Kudzu into Art

An Asheville, North Carolina artist puts one of the South’s most abundant nuisances to work: Kudzu

Anne Darby Parker

Arts & Culture

A New Southern Source for Affordable Art

What started in 2010 as an online “gallery” for Charleston, South Carolina, artists to sell their work has now expanded

Home & Garden

Southern-Made Maps Blend Old-World and New

Modern digital technology meets hand-drawn art

Arts

Damian Stamer: Painting the Past

A North Carolina painter finds that you can go home again—maybe

The Southern Agenda

Hot Tickets: Five Plays You Have to See

This spring, the South takes center stage in five new plays and revivals

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Arts & Culture

Philip Juras: The Art of the Wild

A new book and exhibit showcase more than fifty of the artist’s paintings of Little St. Simons Island

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Margaret Boozer’s Earth Works

A Maryland artist finds beauty in the humblest of materials — the dirt beneath her feet

Land & Conservation

Bluegill Dreams

An artist resumes a childhood obsession with the fish of his youth