CHARLESTON, SC (April 8, 2021)—In honor of Spring and Earth Day, Lowcountry artists will be offering nature-inspired landscapes and other southern scenes for the benefit of the Open Space Institute (OSI).
With the purchase of each work of art, a percentage will be directed to OSI in support of its land conservation efforts. The works are available online from web-based retailer, The Charleston Artist Collective (CAC).
Featuring both contemporary and traditional interpretations of cherished Lowcountry landscapes, the affordable, original pieces celebrate the land and its bounty.
“OSI is delighted to be featured in this thoughtful way by so many talented artists,” said Nate Berry, OSI’s Southeastern Office Director and Senior Vice President. “As nature stirs artists, we, in turn, are inspired by the Charleston Artist Collective’s meaningful support. We thank all the artists for their generosity and will employ these resources to protect the land they love.”