37th annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition
Charleston, SC, (843) 723-1748 www.sewe.com
“Charleston is a growing mecca of world-class art and artists; SEWE was honored to accept and welcome several Charleston-based artists to the 2019 exposition including Larry Moore and Kelly Jacobs. Other Charleston-based artists include Mark Horton, Kevin Leprince, Scott Penegar, Peggy Watkins, Jan Sasser and Jennifer Black.” — Natalie Henderson, curator, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition
Celebrating its 37th annual event in 2019, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE)
continues to present the finest in wildlife and sporting art. Held in Charleston, South Carolina, SEWE is the premier wildlife art show in the East, hosting more than 100 artists annually. The 37th annual event will open February 14 and close February 17 at multiple venues throughout historic downtown Charleston. VIP events and private art previews begin February 14. The Quick Draw Speed Sculpt event takes place February 15.
Each year, SEWE includes well-respected veterans, mid-career artists and talented upand-comers in the weekend event. One painter is selected as featured artist each year. Lou Pasqua has been selected as the 2019 featured artist. Artists honored with this distinction over the years have included Brett Smith, Carl Brenders, Luke Frazier, John Banovich, Dustin Van Wechel and Eldridge Hardie.
Sandy Scott and Walter Matia will be joining the 2019 show as guest artists. Also in the Fine Art Gallery are artists Ezra Tucker, Julie Jeppsen, Kathryn Mapes Turner, Anne London, Jason Tako, Grant Hacking and more. New and notable artists to include
Kelly Brewer, Larry Moore and Neil Rizos.
Collectors can view the full list of 2019 artists and available work on the website. A limited number of VIP Packages are available, which offer private viewings, insider access and exclusive events throughout the weekend.
The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition 2018 preview night gala and sale. Photo by Paul Mulkey Images.
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Fanfare for the Common Bear, mixed media, 60 x 48”, by Anne London.
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Talk to Me, Goose, oil on linen, 9 x 12”, by Kelly Brewer.