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USCB Center for the Arts exhibit features work of photographer Chris Kirk

The USCB Center for the Arts will exhibit the Lowcountry Photography of Chris Kirk in its Main Gallery. This exhibit will open on Thursday, February 20 and will run through Tuesday, April 1. Chris’ photographic works include landscapes, nature, wildlife, and coastal scenes.

Portrait of a Dock by Chris Kirk
Portrait of a Dock by Chris Kirk

Chris Kirk is a retired CPA who has resided on St. Helena Island for the past decade. As an outlet for his creative side, Chris utilizes the other side of his brain by incorporating his enthusiastic hobby of photography, his avid passion for the Lowcountry, and the abundant beauty of the local ecology to produce Lowcountry landscape, nature, wildlife, and coastal photos. His photographs are presented in both canvas and high-quality photo paper formats, with a total of over 25 pieces displayed in this exhibit and available for sale.

Chris’ ecology-oriented photography has been featured in many local, regional, and statewide publications over the past eight years. Chris has also been invited to display his work in a number of curated and juried art shows in both Beaufort and Colleton counties. In 2011 Chris received the distinction of winning the “Photography-Best in Show” award at the Beaufort citywide art show.

The USCB Center for the Arts is located at 801 Carteret Street, Beaufort, SC. There are two galleries housed at the Center for the Arts that are open to the public daily — the Main Gallery and the Lobby Gallery. Admission is free; gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and the galleries are also open during all USCB Center for the Arts events.

For further information about the USCB Center for the Arts, please call Bonnie Hargrove at 843-521-4145 or visit www.uscbcenterforthearts.com.

For more information about Chris Kirk’s Lowcountry Photography, please visit www.chriskirkphotography.net.

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