Thursday, February 12, 2015

2015 SE Wildlife Expo Begins at Mills House

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The annual VIP event that kicks off the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition each year on Wednesday evening at the Mills House Hotel went off in wild style. This venue features local artists all weekend long, so they offer a Lowcountry welcome to all the SEWE patrons that travel into Charleston. Thankfully there was no wicked ice storm outside as in 2014, but the weather forecast for the entire SEWE weekend includes clear skies but very cold temperatures. Of course, weather is never much of a hindrance to the SEWE faithful who understand that the elements add flavor to each experience.
2015 SEWE Ice Sculpture - MEOW!

The SEWE team served a mix of finger foods, prime rib carving station and a special dessert too. The gathered patrons looked hard at all the local art, as they anticipate a three-day smorgasbord of wildlife and sporting art. Whether looking for original paintings, prints, sculpture or even practical household items, the SE Wildlife Expo has something for everyone. For instance, the Mills House showcases Landrum Tables by local Capers Cauthen, where his artistry comes in the form of rough hewn and distinctive pieces designed for everyday use.
What is 13-feet long and comes in Acrylic on Wood? 
Alligator No. 3 by Christina Louise Hewson

The 2015 SEWE hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 9 to 5 on Sunday. Don't forget that a SEWE ticket is affordable and gives you a free bus shuttle access that takes patrons to each of their venues located in downtown Charleston, where parking is always a challenge. NEW for 2015 is the Born To Explore educational program with Richard Wiese at the Charleston Music Hall.

To view past blog entries from SEWE at the Mills House click on 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2009

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