At long last the mailman just dropped off my copy of the March-April Southern Accents. It's a special issue because Patrick Dunne, writer and owner of the epicurean antiques shop Lucullus, allowed his soulfully elegant New Orleans house to be featured in a nice long spread. And he contributed the wonderful text too.
But I'm also drawn to a story about Charleston.
The respected gallery, Ann Long Fine Art, is among the hot spots mentioned. (That's Ann above.) I was intrigued to learn she has a section online for young collectors. One of the small works in that area caught my eye: Hanging Feathers II, by Elizabeth Leary, shown here at top. The size is about six by seven inches.
Image three courtesy Southern Accents.