Dog & Horse Fine Art in Charleston, SC, will host two book signings for Beth Carlson’s new book “Fox Tales: Beth Carlson’s Art” in Charleston and Aiken, SC.
WHEN: JANUARY 12, TUESDAY 5-8 PM
WHAT: Meet the Artist and Author, BETH CARLSON, at a BOOK SIGNING of Fox Tales and an exhibition Beth Carlson’s Equine, Canine and Sporting Art, which will be on view January 12th – 17th, 2016
WHERE: The Willcox, 100 Colleton Avenue SW, Aiken, South Carolina
Sponsored by Dog & Horse Fine Art, Charleston, SC
WHEN: FEBRUARY 12, FRIDAY, 5-8 P.M
WHAT: Meet the Artist and Author, BETH CARLSON, at a BOOK SIGNING, an exhibition Beth Carlson’s Equine, Canine and Sporting Art, which will be on view February 12 – 27, 2016 and a looping short documentary film, THE DEBUTANTE HUNTERS, directed by local artist, Maria White, which will accompany the exhibition. Boxwood Estate Winery will have a wine tasting.
WHERE: Dog & Horse Fine Art, 102 Church Street, Charleston, South Carolina
Dog & Horse Fine Art is pleased to announce the publication of Fox Tales, a collection of sporting artist Beth Carlson’s art along with her amusing narrative about her inspiration for each painting.
For animal and art lovers, the book brings together a selection of Carlson’s charming fox paintings, many in private collections. Carlson’s insight into and narrative about what inspired her to create each will amuse and entertain. Readers can observe the interaction between foxes, people, horses and hounds, and enjoy the gorgeous landscapes that provide the settings for these surprising and often humorous encounters.
There will be 100 limited edition books with a signed 5” x 7” giclée of her “Snowy Fox” included.
Carlson’s paintings are coveted by collectors across the country. Her work can be viewed in many national magazines; gracing the cover of Gray’s Sporting Journal, as well as being featured in Garden & Gun, Sporting Classics, The Chronicle of the Horse, and The American Brittany to name a few. She has two paintings in The National Bird Dog Museum in Grand Junction, Tennessee, and has three paintings bequeathed to The AKC Museum of the Dog in St. Louis, Missouri.
For further info call 843/577-5500 or visit (www.dogandhorsefineart.com).