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These paintings depict the life and customs of the people of South Carolina. Descriptions and the history of the depicted art will is featured with each painting or print when you purchase them.
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Hilton Head Island is a depiction of an earlier time when the Gullah people dominated the island with music, dancing, fishing, harvesting oysters, farming and catching blue crabs. They also weaved the historic Sweet Grass Baskets; a skill that is continued today and has been handed down from generation to generation. Access to this island was by boat only. Others travel from far and near to meet with the natives and celebrate their history and culture, however, that was a long time ago. Today the island bears no resemblance to the Hilton Head Island of earlier years. The tradition continues.