Bringing together the world’s best wildlife and natural artists, the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition is a three-day celebration of art, nature, and their convergence.
The 2014 Southeastern Wildlife Exposition will take place from February 14-16 in Charleston, South Carolina. Now in its 32nd year, SEWE expects to attract an impressive 40,000 artists, naturalists, conservationists, and educators. The expo’s stated mission remains the same as it was with the group’s founding in 1982: “to contribute to the local economy while promoting wildlife and nature conservation and preservation.” Pursuant to this goal, SEWE has grown in size and impact over the years, contributing significantly to South Carolina’s resources.
Terry Isaac, “Eagle’s Nest,” acrylic, 25 x 21 in.
During the three-day exposition, a group of distinguished painters and sculptors will exhibit at several sites in Charleston, including Charleston Place, Mills House, Hibernian Hall, Brittlebank Park, and Marion Square. SEWE 2014 has tabbed Utah painter Chad Poppleton as Featured Artist, while Terry Isaac of British Columbia will be the 2014 Guest Artist.
To learn more, visit the SEWE website.