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Annual Events

The Art Museum’s 17th Annual Spring Tour of Homes

a benefit for the Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum
Presented by
Myrtle Beach Automotive

Saturday, March 11, 2017
10 A.M. TO 4 P.M.
$45 in advance | $50 day of
Call the Art Museum at 843.238.2510 to purchase your tickets or luncheon reservations.
Please call the Art Museum for all purchases made on the day of the event.

Join us for an eclectic assortment of unique and stylish homes in some of the finest neighborhoods in Myrtle Beach.

 

Luncheon Buffet

In addition to a feast for the eyes, the day also offers a feast for the taste buds with a luncheon buffet – served along with an ocean view – at The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, 9000 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach, SC from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. $22 per person.

Reservations required, through the Art Museum at 843-238-2510. Tour of Homes ticket holders only.

 

Featured Homes

The Conner Home | North Ocean Boulevard
Two homes for the price of one? This oceanfront “compound” features a three-bedroom main house and a two-bedroom guesthouse – totaling just over 6,000 square feet – with a pool and hot tub in between. Both feature rich wood paneling and carved woodwork, beamed and ceilings with intricate hand-painted ceiling panels. In the main house, choose between the warm and cozy poolside den with leather sofas and stone fireplace, and the ocean-side den with its massive carved wood fireplace. Don’t miss the exquisitely carved antique mahogany pocket doors to the master suite’s giant walk-in closet or the owners’ three-decade collection of clown figurines by artist Ron Lee.

The Gore Home | 82nd Avenue North
This warm, relaxing home belonging to John Gore, owner of B. Graham Interiors, was once a modest beach house. With space reclaimed from a carport and garage bay, it’s grown to a comfortable 2,400 square feet full of antiques, one-of-a-kind furnishings and refined touches. Walk into the sedate first floor master suite – renovated from a garage and maid’s quarters – turn the corner and you’re in a lush jungle complete with leafy jungle-print wallpaper, ferns and two parakeets. These tropical interior aspects are complemented by the exterior landscape featuring a back patio and a lush pool with fountains and a spa, all surrounded by abundant greenery. The main living area on the second floor includes a newly renovated bathroom, and a charming Habersham kitchen with cork flooring adjacent to a quaint sun-filled breakfast room. The Gore Home is an all-around intimate space full of character and sophistication.

The Langston Home | Plantation Point
This 8,200-square-foot, five bedroom, seven bath palazzo offers eye-popping detail after eye-popping detail; from the soaring two-story atrium with intricately layered ceiling to the massive polished marble kitchen island with seating for 12, to the carved and jeweled cabinet pulls. This lavish home includes travertine marble fireplaces and floors including a marble parquet floor in the master suite, and the parade of chandeliers, from Renaissance-style Venetian glass to ultramodern chrome with chain fringe. Be sure to see the expansive patio and multilevel infinity pool overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.

The Leask Home | Plantation Point
Despite its 4,500-square-foot size, this Mediterranean-style home feels surprisingly intimate thanks to carefully designed spaces. A high-ceilinged great room opens into a formal dining room, a cozy office/den, a master-suite with “rainforest” shower and spa tub, and a cleverly designed parents’ “cottage” – a complete living space with kitchen, sitting room and bedroom suite – that can be closed off for privacy. Be sure to notice the owner’s collection of South African art: carved animal and human figurines, painted ostrich eggs, and a box intricately carved from a single block of wood. The second floor living space comprises guestrooms, a gym, and a media room with wet bar. Exterior features include patios, balconies, and a beautiful pool and spa overlooking the Waterway.

The Nardslico Home | Beach Drive
Walk over a tranquil koi pond lined entryway into this ultramodern contemporary home laden with high-tech gadgets: from the remote-controlled entry system and window coverings, whole-house entertainment system, to the European stainless-steel kitchen fixtures and appliances. These design elements are nearly eclipsed, however, by the spectacular ocean view through massive, panoramic windows in the spacious living room, furnished in the colors of sand and sea. The airy first floor master suite has his-and-her custom closets and bathrooms. Climb the exquisite walnut and glass spiral staircase, encasing a live tree, to the second floor to view the home theater with plush seating for 12 and home gym with ocean view. Unique exterior features include a plunge pool/hot tub with fountain, a “recycled sea glass fire pit,” and a second floor observation deck with lounge area.

The Vanderford Home | Cipriana Park at Grande Dunes
This understated, 2,200-square-foot contemporary home has much of its “wow” power inside, in its owners’ quirky, whimsical art collection. Look up, look down, and look all around: you’ll find artworks that amuse, delight and beg for a closer look. Like the colorful wall sculpture of hot-air balloons; or the hilarious portraits of “plus size” ladies (and the occasional plus-size man); from a knee-high Nefertiti to a ceiling-high dandy in taxicab-yellow jacket and white pants, shoes and hat. And every piece seems to have been chosen to evoke a smile. Other noteworthy home features include an open-concept kitchen with granite counter-tops, thoughtfully designed bold and bright colored rooms throughout, a collection of beautiful area rugs, and a cheery garden surrounding the home.

 

Ticket Locations
Advance tickets $45
($50 day of tour) at these locations:

Myrtle Beach
The Art Museum
3100 S. Ocean Boulevard
843-238-2510 (for credit card and phone orders and all luncheon reservations)

Knotting Hill Interiors
7753 N. Kings Highway

Studio 77
5001 N. Kings Highway

North Myrtle Beach
Hope Taylor & Company
312 Main Street

Calabash
Sunset River Market Place
10283 Beach Drive

Victoria’s Ragpatch
10164 Beach Drive

Conway
Conway Glass
708 12th Ave

Pawleys Island
Cheryl Newby Gallery
The Shops at Oak Lea

 

The Tour of Homes Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor:
Myrtle Beach Automotive

Luncheon Sponsor:
Charter Communications

Supporting Sponsors:
B. Graham Interiors
Hucks & Washington
Monarch Roofing

Media Sponsors:
Easy Radio
Grand Strand Magazine
News 13

 

Collectors’ Event

The Collectors’ Event provides seasoned and novice art collectors alike with a unique opportunity to acquire works of art while supporting the Art Museum and our community of artists. This high-energy auction for 100 pieces of artwork from local, regional and internationally known artists is available to the first 100 ticket buyers. Each ticket holder will go home with an original work of art or a limited-edition print valued at the price of the ticket—and many times much higher. Many of the contributing artists join our buyers for this lively evening at Myrtle Beach’s popular Collector’s Café & Gallery.

This year, our Sixth Annual Collectors’ Event will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017 from 4-7 pm at the Collectors’ Cafe & Gallery, 7740 N. Kings Hwy. In our sixth year of this event – the quality of the artwork keeps getting better, and this event has become a “must-attend” for art collectors in our community. Tickets are on sale now – each ticket admits the ticket holder and one guest into the event, and they will go home with one piece of artwork valued at the price of the ticket (or more!). Tickets are available for purchase at the Art Museum, by phone at 843.238.2510.  For more information about this event, see our calendar.

Donated Artwork to the Sixth Annual Collectors Event


Thank you to our generous donating artists that make this event possible! Below you will find a list of artists who donated an original work of art to the Sixth Annual Collectors’ Event on February 26, 2017. Each name is a link to the artist’s profile – where you will find a photograph of the donated work of art and more information about the artwork and artist.

Each piece is numbered. When your Bid Number is called, you will use the number of the work to make your selection. For example, when your bid number is called you will tell the emcee artwork number “58” for Phil LaBorie’s artwork. Each piece will be displayed at the event with their number. Please join us for a preview of the artwork at 4 pm.

Numbers or profiles may change. Check your favorite artist profiles often, to catch any changes.


1. Harry Love
2. Joanne Dagato
3. Janice Sutton
4. Pat Mariano
5. Allyson Swails Springs
6. Neva Campbell
7. Walter Allen
8. Victoria Alger
9. Patrick Burger
10. Zenobia Harper
11. Friend of the Art Museum’s Personal Collection 4
12. Conway Glass | Ed and Barbara Streeter
13. Lisa Blayton
14. Nina Liu
15. Gail Baillargeon
16. Ron Lord
17. Reynier Llanes
18. Jane Thomas
19. Charles Clary
20. Carole Barnes
21. Katherine Patrick
22. Friend of the Art Museum’s Private Collection 3
23. Gloria Hardy Timmons
24. William H. Miller
25. Nancy Bracken
26. Mary Lou O’Brien
27. Friend of the Art Museum’s Private Collection 2
28. Therese Bisceglia
29. Ivo Kerssemarks
30. Judy O’Brien
31. John Gore
32. EB Lewis
33. Angela Tiller
34. Michael Perrucci
35. Treelee MacAnn
36. Lorraine Dauphin
37. Sarah Haynes
38. Kim Phillips
39. Alex Powers
40. Dixie Dugan
41. Weldon Smith
42. Stuart T. Fleishman
43. Judith Walsh
44. Susan Duke
45. Cynthia Shuler
46. Cathy Turner
47. Rebecca Zdybel
48. Roberta Rotunda 1
49. Nicholas Mariano
50. Christi Sloan
51. Cindy Silvers
52. Michael Johnson
53. Sandra Anderson
54. Sandra Blood
55. Ralph Jones
56. Gordon Mooneyhan
57. Birgit Wolfe
58. Phil LaBorie
59. Carmen Daughtry 1
60. Carmen Daughtry 2
61. Carmen Daughtry 3
62. Elaine Bigelow
63. Craig Stevens
64. Donna Clement
65. Robert Amft
66. Juan Juarez Diaz
67. Jewel Simmons
68. Terry Strawser
69. David Clement
70. Lois Macuga
71. Amy Springs
72. Dorothy “Dot” Miller
73. Sybil Alfano
74. Joana Wardell
75. Talbot Easton Selby
76. Jackie Stacharowski
77. Sharon Turner
78. Jarrett Davis
79. Betsy Mendillo
80. Roberta Rotunda 2
81. Elizabeth Bowers
82. Joe Quinn
83. Willis-White
84. Lisa Schneider
85. Ruth Cox
86. Brant Barrett
87. Kay Langdon
88. Brenda Lawson
89. Ernesto Hernandez
90. Elaine Goodman
91. Debanjana Bhattacharjee
92. Derek Edwards
93. Friend of the Art Museum’s Private Collection 1
94. Jim Newton
95. Rachel Jones Barns
96. Vittorio Santini
97. Ashley Arakas
98. Kelly Atkinson
99. Suzanne Gaff
100. Thomas Davis
101. Carl Kerridge

Artist profiles or numbers are subject to change.

Interested in being a participating artist in this event for 2017?

This event is possible because generous artists donate their works. With the donation of an original piece of artwork (ready to hang and valued at $125 or more), artists not only help support the Art Museum but they also have the opportunity to network with art collectors and fellow artists as well as to increase exposure for themselves and their artwork on our website and social media outlets and in other promotional material. Donating artists receive free tickets to attend the Collectors’ Event, but this does not include a bid number for a work of art. For this event, we do not accept prints or reproductions.  For more information about becoming a participating artist please contact:
Liza Holian, Museum Services Coordinator
LHolian@MyrtleBeachArtMuseum.org
843-238-2510

Interested in being a sponsor for this event for 2017?
Sponsors for this event increase fund-raising possibilities for the Museum as well as increasing their own exposure on our website and social media outlets and in other promotional material. For more information about becoming a participating sponsor please contact:
Patricia Goodwin, Executive Director
PGoodwin@MyrtleBeachArtMuseum.org
843-238-2510

 

Whiskey & Jazz

Due to Hurricane Matthew, Whiskey & Jazz has been rescheduled to Saturday, January 28, 2017.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Art Museum at 843.238.2510.

The Art Museum presents Whiskey & Jazz, a benefit for the Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum on Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 7 – 10 pm. Join us in creative cocktail attire for a resplendent event including music by jazz vocalist and performing artist Ann Caldwell, whiskey tastings, wine bar, delicious food from one of Myrtle Beach’s premier caterers, caricaturist and live painting at a 1920’s-era Pine Lakes home.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please call the Art Museum at 843.238.2510 or purchase your tickets online.

Thank you to our generous sponsors:
· Donna Hughes
· The Mattingly Yates Group of Merrill Lynch
· Sea Captain’s House

Saturday, January 28, 2017
7 – 10 pm
Pine Lakes Section of Myrtle Beach, SC
Attire | Creative Cocktail
$150 | per person
Purchase Tickets Online
For more information, visit our calendar.

Bag Ladies Luncheon

Don’t miss this popular fall luncheon featuring a unique auction of new, artist-designed and gently used handbags; a delicious lunch, and a drawing for lots of gifts including the pièce de résistance—a stunning designer handbag. All proceeds benefit the Art Museum.

Thank you to all of our donating stores, sponsors, and guests who helped to make our 12th Annual Bag Ladies Luncheon, held on Friday, November 4, a wonderful success!
We are looking forward to next year’s event!

12th Annual Bag Ladies Luncheon, Friday, November 4, 2016
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
The Dunes Golf and Beach Club
9000 N. Ocean Blvd. Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Tickets: $50
To purchase tickets, call the Art Museum at 843.238.2510 or purchase online.
For more information, visit our calendar.

THE FRANKLIN G. BURROUGHS-SIMEON B. CHAPIN ART MUSEUM IN MYRTLE BEACH

Myrtle Beach’s Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum strives to be one of the finest visual arts museums in the Carolinas. With 11 galleries that change throughout the year, Myrtle Beach’s only art museum offers exhibitions featuring paintings, textiles, sculpture, photography, video, ceramics, assemblage, collage and more. A visit to the Art Museum’s exhibitions can be enhanced by its lively programming, including artist receptions, tours, lectures, workshops and classes for both adults and children.