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Artists Capture Ashem

The Charleston Artist Collective chose the Lowcountry Open Land Trust this fall to be their designated local charity. The Collective donated 15% of their art sale proceeds in October and November, resulting in nearly a $1,000 gift to the Land Trust.

Artists from the Collective gathered at Ashem Farm in October to paint en plein air . They produced some beautiful landscapes of Ashem that celebrate the property’s protection by the Land Trust and its future as a passive, public park.

For more on Ashem’s story, visit www.ashemfarm.com. To see more of the Collective’s stunning artwork, go to www.CharlestonArtistCollective.org.

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