The Post and Courier reported today on the death of Corrie McCallum Halsey, a South Carolina printmaker and abstract artist. She died at 94 on March 2 after a long illness. Halsey was a recipient of the Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Award. Halsey’s artistic career spanned 70 years. Her work has been included in the exhibit 100 Years, 100 Artists held in 1999 at the State Museum. She studied at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts and the University of South Carolina, where she met her husband, the late painter William Halsey. She and her husband taught at the Gibbes Museum of Art and the College of Charleston. She is survived by three children, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. —Candace Summers