McClellanville Arts Council

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Maypop: Tales from a Lowcountry Village

MaypopSelf-taught artist May Brailsford was a beloved figure in McClellanville, planting trees for future generations and presenting newlywed couples with her paintings of shrimp boats and magnolias. As a child in the 1880s and 1890s, she was brash and sassy, so prone to get in arguments that her classmates nicknamed her “Maypop.” When Brailsford died in 1971, she left behind a captivating account of her childhood in the village. Her granddaughter, artist Mary Ingalls Cote, has brought this story to life with twenty-five charming illustrations. Like the “Little House” books of Laura Ingalls Wilder, May: Tales from a Lowcountry Village is a story that will appeal to all ages. The McClellanville Arts Council, in partnership with Home House Press, will publish May just in time for the holidays as a full-color paperback.
An exhibit of Mary Ingalls Cote’s original illustrations and paintings by May Brailsford will open in our gallery on December 6, 2013, from 5 to 9 p.m. and be on display until March 1, 2014.

Copies of the Book “Maypop” and commemorative Redbuds will be available for purchase.

Copies of the Maypop book are $20 plus shipping & handling

Maypop $20

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