Sullivan’s Island Painting – Sullivan's Island, South Carolina
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This long back view of Sullivan’s Island is best enjoyed from the banks of Mount Pleasant. From this site, the original bridge between the two land masses once brought visitors and locals to the island.
In this painting, Chuck Morris shows the expansive nature of a South Carolina Lowcountry marsh as it begins its turn toward autumn. The ebb of an outgoing tide pulls the viewer towards the lone figure of a lighthouse standing watch in the calm of late afternoon.
To see more of Chuck’s paintings, please visit Chuck Morris Art.
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