New Downtown Blue Sky Studio
in the Arcade Mall at 1216 Washington Street and Main
Posted on July 25, 2012
If you've missed the Blue Sky Gallery in Five Points,
come by Blue Sky's new working studio at 1216 Washington Street in the Arcade Mall at Main and Washington.
Large windows facing Washington Street give everyone a clear view of his latest works and work in progress.
You may even catch him painting there -
late afternoons, evenings & especially on Saturdays!

Sky has just finished a new painting of the Gervais Street Bridge in the studio and is working on another in the new series of Columbia!

According to the Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau website at http://www.columbiacvb.com - "The Equitable Arcade Building was built in 1912 as Columbia's first indoor shopping center. The building is an example of the Renaissance Revival style of architecture that derives its inspiration from Italy. In the 1970s the basement of the Arcade Mall was home to "Columbia Down Under," a series of shops, bars and eateries. The Arcade Building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. "