“I paint to portray not only the structure and color of the local architecture and lowcountry marshes, but also the emotional energy that this wonderful area evokes in the viewer.”View Work
Norma Morris Cable
“I am constantly amazed at the beauty surrounding us. My desire is to capture the light, dancing shadows, movement, expressions, and vivid colors that are on display to amaze us!”View Work
“I am fascinated with the light at the end of the day. When the evening sun is low and warm touching the tops of the sand-dunes and grasses of the marsh is the time of day I love best.”View Work
Sandra W. Roper
“I simply love Charleston. It represents and unique era of time that will never be seen again. Charleston is filled with romance, creativity, brilliance, hardships and so much more. For me, it is an overwhelming inspiration of paintings.”View Work
“Long exposure photography lets you transfer the normal landscape into a surrealist landscape,”View Work
“I am humbled knowing that what comes from my heart and soul has touched people who collect my pieces. I am living my dream and it is overwhelming and wonderful”View Work
This series of work is inspired by the layers of graphics found on billboards, urban walls, and other public spaces. Over time, bits and pieces of information are lost and overlapped, leaving the surface covered with textures and colors from a lifetime of stories.View Work
"The intricate details of a scene attract my attention; it might be the light teasing me to a spot hidden away or the texture of a simple subject or the pondering of a reflection or a shadow"View Work
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