The exhibit, “Charleston: a feeling not a place” offers a fresh and vivid perspective on the Lowcountry. According to the artist, the idea for the collection came from the challenge of trying to capture the feelings that so many of us share about our town.
“Anyone can take photos of what a place looks like, but I wanted to explore the feeling in addition to the physical structure of a place,” Yurinko said. “I know it’s a beautiful place, but people come here for more reasons than the pretty scenery. If I had to put it into words Charleston is: welcoming, warm, hospitable, beautiful, happy, relaxing, creative, neighborly, delicious, and very, very homey. But I feel like these words and a snapshot still are not enough. They don’t compare to actually being here and my hope is that these more dramatic photos in this series take you a step closer to that Charleston feeling many of us have come to know and love.”
- Charleston art exhibition featuring Jessica Yurinko’s Fine Art Photography
- Hosted at the historic and beautiful SC Society Hall
- FREE wine, beer, and light fare
- Prints may be purchased with or without framing + matting
- FREE shipping on all orders (anywhere)
- Musical serenade
- Supports a great cause
Fresh Future Farm is a nonprofit farm and market providing healthy food, education, jobs and micro-entrepreneurial opportunities in a North Charleston food desert. The Charleston community recently rallied to successfully fund Fresh Future Farm’s campaign to buy their land. But the farm didn’t quite raise enough to convert the farm to solar-power, so the artist is donating 10% of art sales to Fresh Future Farm.
Tickets are FREE, however, there is a suggested donation of $10 or more, which will also go to support Fresh Future Farm. Click here for more information.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
In addition to creating unique and dramatic fine art photographs, Jessica Yurinko is an accomplished portrait and event photographer/videographer. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Jessica has impressed her clients in Wahington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, and now the Lowcountry with her “relentless drive to produce high-quality, well composed images with a vibrant twist.”
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