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Artisan Market at Shine Cafe

Our Artisan Market is displayed on a rotating schedule of many talented artists. Stop by and support the arts with a purchase from a wide variety of Local and West Coast artists and craftsmen of fine jewelry, photography, paintings, drawings, lotions, and much more. Here are some featured artists whose work is on display and for sale in our current rotation.

Meet our Artists


Photography by Elizabeth B. Knipes

Creative visions, inspirational flow of energy are words used to  describe Elizabeth’s work. She has an eye for natural beauty,  light-reflections and the ability to capture energy. A South Carolina native, Elizabeth is  known for a warm personality that manages to bring out the depth of her subjects to true light.  She has studied in courses varied as Psychology and Marine Biology.   

 “As far back as I can remember, I have always felt art as a part of me.   I did not know then that one day it  would become a great passion of  mine.  I have found great joy being around Art in any form of medium and being around those who, like me, are passionate about life. " 


Elizabeth is an award winning artist. Her work  is often displayed in various art shows and sales throughout Horry and  Georgetown County. 

You can find some of her products for sale and  display at the following locations: The Rice Museum Prevost Gallery  in Georgetown; on display at Coastal Carolina University and more.  

She’s a member of Myrtle Beach Camera Club, CNPA Carolina Nature  Photographers Association, SCAG Seacoast Artists Guild, Low Country Herb  Society  and Cultural Council of Georgetown County.   

Purchase items at the following locations: 

The Rice Museum, 633 Front St. Georgetown, SC 29440 | 843.546.7423 | thericemuseum@gmail.com

Shine Cafe, 707 Main Street, Conway, SC  29527 | 843.488.9990| 

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paintings by Jacqueline Deda

Jacqueline Deda earned a BA from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, majoring in both Fine Art and Art History. She has set up art shows, fabricated and repaired jewelry, worked in advertising and displayed work at Burroughs and Chaplin Art Museum. Her passion for art remains strong as she creates art work in her own studio in her home.

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Paintings by Rachel Jones

Rachel Jones works in oils, watercolors, charcoal and acrylics. Selective realism and  various layering techniques are often utilized to create narrative portraiture.

Lone females are often depicted in her work. The images are quiet and mysterious as the subjects fluctuate between distancing and inviting viewers into the space. Jones says, “My aim is not to tell a story from beginning to end, but to have observers immerse themselves in a moment.” She often focuses on the non-traditional beauty that the French describe as 'jolie-laide'. “I like the fact that despite less than perfect features there is beauty. I'm drawn to the quirky, the odd, the not so perfect. The imperfections individualize us."

“I’m not just painting the individual. I’m painting about the individual.”




Mollie and her family moved to Conway, SC in 1985, after choosing it from a map search for a small, historic town near the sea.  Born and raised in a small, historic river town in West Virginia, she feels right at home in the historic district of Conway.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art from Marshall University and has been painting and drawing gifts her whole life.

Since retiring from a career in higher education, she has focused her artistic efforts on capturing the history and beauty of Conway and on creating keepsake pet portraits.  She is a member of the Board of Create! Conway, a local arts and culture non-profit.  She also supports the work of the Winyah Rivers Alliance/Waccamaw River Keepers.

Find more of her work, or contact her through Facebook at Black Water Fine Art or Prized Pet of Conway.


Handmade Jewerly by kent kurrus

Kent Kurrus, owner of By Natures Designs, has always fostered a love of the outdoors and it’s beautiful, yet powerful and, sometimes deadly forces. He began working with rocks and lapidary a few years ago before discovering the possibilities that existed with sea glass and sea shell. Mother Nature did most of the work and he helped the finish process along with tumbling, polishing and jewelry work. It is a constant experimentation process that adheres to one principle: “Keep it rustic, elegant and simple!” Mother Nature does most of the work; I just add the finishing touches!!

While “By Natures Designs” is purely a pursuit of pleasure and creative release, it is quickly blossoming into a business and artistic pursuit. 

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