Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE), the nation's largest wildlife art and nature event, announced that Eldridge Hardie will be the Featured Artist for the 2011 event, which will be held February 18 - 20 in downtown Charleston.A well-respected artist in the genre, Eldridge Hardie has been called one of the most accomplished and completely skilled sporting artists of the contemporary era.
Hardie works primarily with oils and watercolors and has had his work appear in publications including Sporting Classics, Shooting Sportsman and Charleston's own Garden & Gun. Hardie graduated first in his class with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Fine Art at Washington University and his career has been featured in Wildlife Art News and Southwest Art.
Also, look forward to the SEWE King Street Stroll! The SEWE King Street Stroll includes artist demonstrations and special events hosted by King Street shops, restaurants and hotels.