On April 21, 2014, the Karis Art Gallery stated that they are always proud when it comes to presenting the exclusive exhibition of "Celebrate the Heritage" by Linda Hartough, Harbor Town Giclee. The gallery is located at 1000 William Hilton Parkway on Hilton Head Island, S.C. The recent exhibit took place April 10-20.
Karis Gallery, owned by Peter and Maggie Karis, represents American contemporary artists with a wide diversity of styles and mediums. Their goal is to be a showcase for the talented in painting, sculpture, photography, fine jewelry, glass, pottery and art wearables.
Artist Linda Hartough focuses her skills as a landscape painter and recreates some of the world's most beautiful golf holes. Hartough has become recognized as one of golf's leading artists. So extraordinary and realistic is her attention to detail that her oil paintings seem to come alive with a clarity that surpasses the camera.
Hartough’s painting style, a classic and elegant rendering of famous golf holes, reveals her attention to detail and realistic perspective, and captures the dramatic mood and natural beauty of each landscape. So extraordinary and realistic is her attention to detail that her oil paintings seem to come alive with a clarity that surpasses the camera.
Among the works displayed at Karis Art Gallery is Hartough’s newest, The 9th Hole, Pinehurst No. 2, in commemoration of the 2014 U.S. Opens. This painting represents the 25th and last work in Hartough’s U.S. Open series as commissioned by the United States Golf Association.
Stated by Linda Hartough in reference to her, at the time, upcoming exhibit.
“It will be a pleasure to show my work again this year at Karis Art Gallery, while so many golf devotees will be in town for the RBC Heritage, a popular PGA Tour event. The beautiful gallery setting is perfect for displaying some of my select giclée and canvas prints.” - Linda Hartough
Karis Art Gallery represents Linda Hartough Golf Art on a continuing basis. In addition, "Mystery Love" by Peter Karis is among many other works enjoyed at the gallery. It is located at the Village of Wexford.