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Sea Island Lagoon



As the sun drops below the horizon, vast lowcountry salt marshes produce a collage of colors and a time of Serenity.

Shore Patrol

South Battery II

Southern Covey Rise

Nothing can compare to the excitement and anticipation of watching well-trained bird dogs flush a covey of quail. 

Both the dogs and setting used for this painting were from Brays Island Plantation in Sheldon, SC.



   Sanctuary Pond



Southern Plantation


Southern Splendor

The sun sets behind the live oak in the South Carolina Lowcountry. 

Inspiration for this painting came from locations found at Brays Island Plantation in Sheldon, SC.



St Phillips Church


Sunrise Serenade


The Bridges



Arthur Ravenel Bridge



Two Meeting St

Harbor Lights

The Storm

"The Storm" is what Artist Jim Booth envisioned Charleston's Battery must have looked like on the night of September 21, 1989 before the light went out due to Hurricane Hugo. 

He has captured the furry of the night which changed the lives of so many people. 

Signed and Numbered Prints of "The Storm"  sold out in 3 1/2 days!!  The Classic Edition prints which are still available have sold over 100,000 copies.



It is appraised at $4,100

Limited Edition - Signed & Numbered - #644/750

Framed Size - 24" x 36"

Gold Frame, Blue/Grey mat, Gold Inlay



East Battery



Surfs Up




 White Point Garden's Gazebo


Battery Cannons



 sold out 

Storm Warnings


Southern Charm


Ebb Tide

Safe Harbor

The harbor in Charleston, SC during the late 1700's. 
The Old Exchange building is in the center with the steeples of St. Michaels Church & St. Phillips Church to either side. 
The ship in the foreground is The Bounty.

Magnolia Plantation (Gardens)

The Citadel

Southern Magnolia



Sullivans Island Light
(sold out)

Rolling Thunder



Plantation Camelia I             +             Prospect Hill Plantation            +            Plantation Camellia II

"Prospect Hill Plantation" captures the Classical Antebellum South. 
This unique three dimensional style of two paintings in one, brings the grand avenue of oaks inside the plantation hoe itself. 
"Plantation Camellia I" and "Plantation Camellia II" were painted as companion pieces to "Prospect Hill Plantation".

I am selling these three prints as a set with matching numbers!


Plantation 2