A self-described representational painter, Ignatov’s works float fluidly between impressionism and realism.
One of Charleston, SC’s feature writers, Patra Taylor, meets artist Ignat Ignatov.
The art of Ignat Ignatov
This article by one of Charleston’s prolific feature writers, Patra Taylor, introduces readers to the art of Bulgarian-born impressionist, Ignat Ignatov, whose paintings are featured at LePrince Fine Art located on Charleston’s historic King Street. Continue reading “From the City of Angels to the Holy City”
Antique heart pine beams reclaimed from an old sugar factory in Honduras were cut, custom stained and used for the floors throughout much of the home.
A Greek-Revival farmhouse
Patra Taylor is one of many talented feature writers who contributes to the quarterly publication. In Old becomes new again, she writes about a beautiful Greek-Revival-style farmhouse located in the heart of her hometown, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Continue reading “Old becomes new again”