Over the weekend, Griffith visited Mary Edna Fraser's studio for some new paintings. Her visit inspired our new collection and we're sure it will inspire you too!

"I recently visited Mary Edna Fraser's studio to choose new paintings.

 

It's always exciting to see the artist's process and what they choose to surround themselves with. Mary Edna chooses to surround herself with nature.

 

Large windows bring the outside in and special finds from her plein air exploits make her studio space so unique. When you're in her space, surrounded by her batiks and oil paintings, you can feel the energy of the Lowcountry around you.

 

The paintings that I chose to share with our collectors will bring a piece of that beauty to your walls.

 

They are here in the gallery now. I invite you to come experience them in person." 

- Griffith Britton

"From Audubon Center and Sanctuary at Beidler with the world’s largest old-growth cypress-tupelo swamp forest to Waites, the last barrier island before North Carolina… I love to paint the Lowcountry’s endless grandeur. Hobcaw Barony is another often visited 16,000 acres and the ACE Basin 350,000 acres of protected wetlands.

 

My dock on James Island Creek is my favorite everchanging plein air experience. Each painting is an environmental window of time.

 

- Mary Edna Fraser

Hobcaw Nocturne

Original oil on linen by Mary Enda Fraser

20 x 60 in.

Beilder Blues

Original oil on linen by Mary Enda Fraser

24 x 18 in.

Moving

Original oil on linen by Mary Enda Fraser

6 x 4 in.

Sunlit

Original oil on linen by Mary Enda Fraser

6 x 4 in.

Orange Edge

Original oil on linen by Mary Enda Fraser

16 x 12 in.

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