Susan Romaine has become well known for her paintings of urban environments by collectors of fine art nationwide. Romaine began her career as an artist in 1999 after a career in the investment industry. She is primarily self-taught and has studied with Oil Painter of American Master Burton Silverman, Elizabeth Bronson ASMA, and Clifton Peacock at the College of Charleston. She was invited to join Oil Painters of America in 2001 as an associate member and was appointed Artist in Residence at the Gibbes Museum of Art for 2003-04.
by Jack Alterman & Susan Romaine
Jack Alterman opened his photography studio in his native Charleston, SC, in 1980 after he received his technical training at the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA.
He has exhibited at the Piccolo Spoleto Festivals since 2000, and his work is in the permanent collection of the Gibbes Museum of Art. He is a regular contributor to regional and national publications.