Fall at BASEcamp Gallery: Emily Scott Pack
An Artist's Dichotomy
Beaufort Digital Corridor is pleased to present two unique angles of one artist's vision for the BASEcamp Gallery Fall installation.
Emily Scott Pack's dual exhibit will include her encaustic works of art and paintings comprised of coastal-inspired abstracts, landscapes, and low country life. The other side of that will be The RAW Project, a series of black and white photos of Real Authentic Women- encouraging and empowering women "to see themselves as the vulnerable, beautiful, and authentic humans they are."
The exhibit will display throughout October, November, and December. Plan to meet Emily and enjoy a glass of wine and some light snacks as part of Beaufort's Fall Art Walk on October 26th from 5-8pm at BASEcamp - 500 Carteret Street, halfway between USCB Center for the Arts/Sea Islands Center Gallery and the downtown galleries. Art is for sale direct through artist.
Digital Corridor Executive Director Shelley Barratt says of the exhibit, "Aesthetically it is nice to have more than one type of media being displayed- that's why we typically bring in several artists at a time. With Emily's display, her two worlds meet and flow nicely within BASEcamp's sparse and light interior."