Here are some of my paintings of scenes in Charleston, South
Carolina, my home town. Historic houses of Charleston.
~Shem Creek
where the Creek
flows into the
Cooper River, and
the Battery is in the
background~
~From the Ashley to the
Cooper~
~Tradd St.Pre-Revolutionary
Charleston
Single House, The Charles Warham
House~
~The Pirate's House,
Church St.~
~Joggling Board at Church Street
single house~
~William Holmes House, 20 Church
St., 1809~
The Governor's House Inn,
Laurens-Rutledge House, 117 Broad
Street, 1760
The Three Sisters, Meeting St.,
1700's
Pineapple Gates, 14 Legare St., ca.
1800
Nathaniel Russell House,51
Meeting St.
~Garden restaurant, Market
Street~
Folly Beach , The
Pier
Folly Beach , The Old Pier,  1960's
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Moultrie-Glen House, 37 Legare
St. 1818
Charles Elliott House, 43 Legare
St., 1759
~George Chisolm House, 39 East Bay
St., ca.1810~ Where Stephen Colbert
grew up~
Magnolia Plantation Gardens Mansion
Boone Hall Plantation
Mansion
Morris Island Light,
1880's
Doorway on Tradd
St.
~William Holmes House, 20 Church
St., 1809~
~Rainbow Row North~
East Bay towards Broad
St.~
~Rainbow Row
South~East Bay towards
The Battery~
~High Tide on High Battery,Charleston
Carriage Ride, Water Street and East
Battery~
~Morning Carriage Ride,Church St.,
St.Philip's Church, French Huguenot
Church~
~French Quarter Art Gallery,
State St.,Joel Poinsett
Tenement~
Sweetgrass Basket Lady,
Washington Park
~The Calhoun Mansion,
Meeting St.~
~The Sunrising House-22
Church St.~
Drama on the Marsh, Wadmalaw Island,
Charleston
Charleston Shrimpboats, Cherry Point,
Wadmalaw Island
~St. Philip's Episcopal Church,
French Huguenot Church,
Before the War~
"~Three Little Birds"~
Anson St.
Charlestonsingle house~
~Fanning the Rice with a Sweetgrass
Basket,
or Bulrush Basket, Sea Island Rice
Plantation~
~Wall Street Charleston
Single house, with a wall
of wisteria in the spring.
This street was a
community of freedmen's
families.~
~A Charleston Flower Lady named
Bessie,
One Fine Day on Tradd St., in the
1930's~
~Public Market Hall, Meeting St. and Market St.,
Charleston SC~
~Coates' Row, East Bay Street,
Charleston SC
an art gallery and garden
shop where port activities
hummed in the 1740's~
~Mayor Joe Riley's Family Business,
Broad St., Charleston SC, St. Patrick's
Day ~
~Magnolia Grandiflora at
Magnolia Cemetary, Charleston
SC~
Heron
Market Hall, Sweetgrass Rose
Boy, Planter's Inn, Carriage Ride
Charleston Shrimpers on Shem
Creek