Thanksgiving in the Lowcountry

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays of the year. I get to relax, spend time with family, watch football, and eat until I can’t eat anymore. I may be small, but trust me, I can put away some food. Even as I overindulge at the dinner table, I always try to keep in mind the real purpose of the holiday: to reflect and give thanks.

Living in the Lowcountry, I have little trouble finding reasons to give thanks. All I have to do is look out the window. The Lowcountry landscape is beautiful, inspiring, and ever-changing. It is no wonder that artists flock to the region. And the Gibbes collection is full of artwork that attests to the beauty of our surroundings. In honor of Thanksgiving, I have selected a few of my favorite Lowcountry scenes from the museum collection—a visual feast as you prepare for your family’s feast. Happy Thanksgiving!

Pam Wall, Curator of Exhibitions, Gibbes Museum of Art

2 Responses to “Thanksgiving in the Lowcountry”

  1. on 24 Nov 2010 at 2:39 pmHarriet Smartt

    Lovely Thanksgiving thoughts! on this occasion and everyday I am delightedly thankful for the exceptional staff at the Gibbes Museum.

    Seasons best to all,

    HBS

  2. on 29 Nov 2010 at 4:15 pmChad

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