John Marshall Williams, artist, designer and Lowcountry native, will host his first art exhibit at Corneau Goldsmithing Jewelry Gallery at 92 Hasell Street in Charleston Fall Into Color There will also be a raffle which will challenge guests to match floral arrangements from CC Bloom Florals to custom jewelry pieces by Michael Corneau and paintings by John Marshall Williams. The winner of the drawing will receive prizes including gift cards to be used toward art and jewelry.
Approximately 24 paintings will be exhibited at the Corneau Goldsmithing Jewelry Gallery including pieces from William’s day and night series using sepia tones and neutral colors, his Asian series featuring colorful scenes and figures, as well as other abstract and architectural paintings.
"I'm thrilled to show my works for the first time in Charleston and to be included at the Corneau Goldsmithing Jewelry Gallery,” John Marshall Williams said. “I’ve chosen to sell my paintings privately up to this point but met Meredith and Michael Corneau through a mutual friend and decided their gallery would be a perfect fit.”
“We are honored to have John Marshall’s paintings in our art gallery this fall and to be chosen to be the venue of his first exhibit in Charleston,” Michael Corneau, founder and owner of Corneau Goldsmithing Jewelry Gallery, said. “We both have design backgrounds – his interior and mine architecture – so we have a similar passion and philosophy on design, technique and love of the Lowcountry.”