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The Art Museum’s Spring Tour of Homes

18th Annual Spring Tour of Homes
Presented by Myrtle Beach Automotive
Saturday, March 10, 2018
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.
Purchase Tickets Online

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.

Shuttle Service for Ocean Blvd.

Shuttle Service for Ocean Blvd.

Due to parking restrictions along Ocean Boulevard, the Art Museum is providing a free shuttle service and parking for Tour homes #2, #4 and #6. We ask that all visitors to these three homes park in the parking lot at 70th Avenue North and Kings Highway – The Shoppes at 70th. You will then board a Museum shuttle bus and be transported to and from the homes.

Tour homes #1, #3 and #5 will have street parking available.

Download Shuttle Map PDF

Click image below to view shuttle map.

 
Featured Homes

The Pepe Home, Black Creek Plantation
The word “spacious” hardly describes this more-than-8,500-square-foot Mediterranean-style home, with six bedrooms and seven baths on a three-acre lot. Walk in and look up to the two-story atrium framed by a pair of curving stairways leading to a second-floor gallery. The soaring living room features a floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace and a curving wall of glass giving panoramic views of the pool, patio and lushly landscaped back yard. For the food-and-wine lover, the kitchen features a wine cellar and two pantries plus a butler’s pantry. With the home’s young, active family in mind, there’s a pool/patio area with an indoor kids’ playground that’s fully screened. For older (i.e., adult) kids, a second-floor media room features eight reclining, movie-style chairs and full-surround sound.

The Pettus Home, N. Ocean Boulevard
This nearly-5,000-square-foot oceanfront home on Myrtle Beach’s “Golden Mile” features unobstructed ocean views from both indoors and out, from its floor-to-ceiling windows and soaring bleached-maple ceilings that seem to blend into the sky, to the wide porches and poolside patio. The home has six bedrooms (three of them master suites) and six baths inside, plus a half-bath at poolside — a temperature-controlled saline infinity pool.  Its great room contains a gas-fired fireplace, faced with white-painted tabby stone; patio doors open and close via remote control and there is a three-story elevator to move easily from floor to floor.

The Riley Home, Plantation Pointe
This newly renovated 5,000-square-foot French chateau-style home is light, bright — and has a few secrets. See if you can find the concealed walk-in pantry and TV “closet” in the beautifully paneled kitchen; or the secret passageway from the second-floor media room to the upstairs guest rooms. Don’t miss the oversized panel doors with curved details; the luxurious master bath with a “rain” shower (and three shower heads); and the huge master closet with floor-to-ceiling shoe racks. And once you see the cozy sitting room with fireplace, you may never want to leave.

The Skelley Home, N. Ocean Boulevard
Of course you’ll notice the ocean views from nearly every room of this spacious (5,800 square foot) home; the inviting infinity pool on the oceanfront terrace; the soaring 10-foot ceilings; and the generous use of marble (including the exotic Calacatta Gold marble used in the kitchen). Take a long, lingering look at the wide-plank, oil-rubbed hickory floors; the glass-and-bronze stair railings and dark-stained hickory ceiling beams; the kitchen’s quartz countertops and commercial-grade appliances; the oyster-shell ceiling in the master suite; the self-irrigating planters; and the home’s many elegant European fixtures. Don’t miss the petite dining-room chandelier whose crystal panes shine like prisms.

The Thompson Home, Grande Dunes
This 4,000-square-foot Tuscan-style home features three luxurious bedrooms, three and a half baths – and an aptly named “Club Room” complete with pool table, plush velvet curtains, leather seating, faux-alligator wall covering and a full-sized bar. Note the clever mirrored, arched hallway niches that visually expand the space, the elegant floor tiles and fireplace surrounds. Corner sliding doors disappear into the walls as they open from the family room to the inviting, fully-screened pool/patio area, bringing the outdoor experience inside.

The Warren Home, N. Ocean Boulevard
This modestly-sized and recently remodeled home has history as well as charm: it was the former home of a prominent Myrtle Beach physician who had his office in a lower-level suite. The owners transformed original low ceilings to a soaring two-story atrium-like space in the living room with high, airy windows, custom-carved, white wood paneling, a dramatic black-painted brick fireplace and a partial rock wall. Check out the master suite’s custom-built wardrobe doors, a slide-away glass pocket door closing off the bathroom and the variable-size-tile shower. The back deck features a full-size sofa swing on ropes, the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon.

 
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 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

Hucks & Washington
1506 Main Street

Pawleys Island
Cheryl Newby Gallery
The Shops at Oak Lea

 
The Tour of Homes Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor
Myrtle Beach Automotive

Luncheon Sponsor
South Atlantic Bank

Supporting Sponsors
B. Graham Interiors
Crescent Coast Insurance

Media Sponsors
Easy 105.9 and 100.7
Grand Strand Magazine
WBTW News 13

 

Collectors’ Event

Seventh Annual Collectors Event

Sunday, February 25, 2018 | 5-7 pm (Preview at 4 pm)

Collector’s Cafe & Gallery, 7740 N. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach

The Collectors’ Event is currently sold out. Please call the Art Museum at 843.238.2510 to be added to the waiting list.
$150 per ticket (includes entry for one person and a guest, and one work of art valued at $150 or more)

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.

Donated Artwork
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 Seventh Annual Collectors’ Event. 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. Each piece will be displayed at the event with their number. Please join us for a preview of the artwork at 4 pm.

Profiles are being updated frequently. Each profile will be numbered, you will use these numbers at the event. Please check back for updated profiles and numbering for the event. Please call the Art Museum with any questions or concerns.

1. Rachel Jones 1
2. Pamela Kahl
3. Thomas Davis
4. Sarah Haynes
5. Patrick Burger
6. John Johnson
7. Ed and Barbara Streeter
8. Zenobia Harper
9. Friend of the Art Museum 2
10. Kathy Weber
11. Friend of the Art Museum 1
12. Lisa Blayton
13. Lynn Bevino
14. Kim Phillips
15. Joana G. Wardell
16. Gloria Timmons
17. Cathy Turner
18. Joe Disabatino
19. Christi Sloan
20. Dot Miller
21. Craig Stevens
22. William H. Miller
23. Jewel Simmons
24. R. Bellinger
25. Charles Clary
26. Friend of the Art Museum 3
27. Alex Powers
28. Patricia Graney
29. Roberta Rotunda 2
30. Mary Zio
31. Reynier Llanes
32. Lorraine Dauphin
33. Ginny Lassiter
34. Joel Carter
35. Marilyn Kearney
36. Elizabeth Bowers
37. Victoria Alger
38. Rebecca Zdybel
39. Treelee MacAnn
40. Mary Lou O’Brien
41. Jodi Sims
42. Carmen Daughtry
43. Susan Duke
44. Michael Johnson
45. Sandra Blood
46. Stephen Washington
47. Susan Washington
48. Talbot Easton Selby
49. Joe Quinn
50. Dixie Dugan
51. Vicki McCutcheon
52. Cindy Silvers
53. Rachel Jones 2
54. Roberta Rotunda 1
55. Therese Bisceglia
56. Jack Molnar
57. Donna Clement
58. Lisa Schneider
59. Birgit A. Wolfe
60. Carole Barnes
61. Friend of the Art Museum 4
62. Elaine Goodman
63. Terry Strawser
64. Sandra Anderson
65. Michael Perrucci
66. Marc Brawner
67. Kelly Cox Strausbaugh
68. Lois Macuga
69. Ivo Kerssemarks
70. Cynthia Shuler
71. Katherine Wynn Patrick
72. Nancy Bracken
73. Colleen Devlin Bang
74. Willis-Whyte
75. Stuart Fleishman
76. Suzanne Gaff
77. Nicholas Mariano
78. Phil LaBorie
79. Carl Kerridge
80. Sharon Turner
81. David Clement
82. Jordan Brawner
83. Jarrett Davis
84. Ernesto Hernandez
85. Ralph Jones
86. Betsy Mendillo
87. Joe LaMena
88. Debanjana Bhattacharjee
89. Brant Barrett
90. Derek Edwards
91. Rachele Clutter
92. John Gore
93. Jeanette Torello
94. Marilyn Hester
95. Sharon Sorrells
96. Sybil Alfano
97. Jimbo Newton
98. Nina Ortiz
99. Carol Lanzarone
100. Vittorio Santini

Profiles are being updated frequently. Each profile will be numbered, you will use these numbers at the event. Please check back for updated profiles and numbering for the event. Please call the Art Museum with any questions or concerns.

 
Interested in being a participating artist in this event for 2018?

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 $150 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 2018?
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

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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.