Charleston sculptor Hirsch topic of talk
Jane Hirsch, daughter of Charleston’s premier sculptor Willard Hirsch, will be at Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet at 2 p.m. Thursday to talk about her father and his art and to sign copies of her book, “Art is a Powerful Language: Willard Hirsch: The Man, The Artist,” published by Home House Press.
The book, which includes essays by art historian Martha R. Severens, family members, friends and students, is a companion to a comprehensive exhibit of his work that traveled to Brookgreen Gardens from the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston.
The exhibition will be at Brookgreen Gardens through April 21.
For more information and directions to Brookgreen, visit www.brookgreen.org or call 235-6000.
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