The Unpainted South
Friday - February 08, 2013
About This Show
The book The Unpainted South: Carolina’s Vanishing World features the photographs of Selden B. Hill and the songs and poems of William P. Baldwin, both of McClellanville, S.C. A tribute to the faded glory of South Carolina’s rural past, it features haunting images of abandoned farmhouses, leaning tobacco barns, and boarded up redbrick towns, combined with powerful verse.
Baldwin and Hill talk with Dr. Edgar about the book, their exhibit at Patriot Hall’s Gallery 35 in Sumter, and their latest book, These Our Offerings, which was created in conjunction with photographers Sharon Cumbee and Robert Epps.