Two local artists explore 'Common Sins' through street art

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Local artists Matt Foreman and Nate Phelps will be showing their progressive approach to street and contemporary art at their upcoming show 'Common Sins' on October 29.

The combination of both artist's styles, techniques, and tools will prove to make 'Common Sins' an event for to remember. Both artists have played a very active roll in the Charleston art community this year by participating in events like Dalek- Broken Beaten and Buried, Kulture Klash, Blume, as well as Eye Level Art's Artist Lock-in.

The doors at 6 Pitt Street will open at 8 p.m. for this exciting show. Music will be provided by Machete and there will be some libations, so be sure to bring a little cash for the bartender.

Admission is free.