[image-1]Artist (and surfer and yogini) Michelle Seay turns local streets into dreamy other-worlds, filled with the single houses and slanted porches and live oaks we recognize, cast in an eerie and enchanting light.

But sprinkled amongst the streets, from Huger to Congress to Sumter, there are a few surprises: open-mouthed sharks, bare breasted women, hungry wolves, and even tipsy octopus-headed men, holding a bottle in one hand, martini glass in the other. 

Check out Seay’s new paper and canvas pieces in Sharkscenes & Streetscapes at Harold’s Cabin starting Oct. 27 with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. It’s almost Halloween — treat yourself to an evergreen fantastical fright piece, and, help out local nonprofit Charleston Moves. Ten percent of all sales are donated to the organization.


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