Harriet and Scott Monnig’s Andover Lane Georgian-style home is the definition of Southern hospitality. The welcoming entryway is cozily lit and uniquely decorated with colorful and original artwork, family heirlooms, and hand thrown pottery. Guests are immediately greeted by Stella, the Monnigs’ friendly German Shorthaired Pointer. Each rug, chair, mug, and art piece has been selected and cultivated over time, adding to the intentionality, purpose, and heart for hospitality evident in every nook and cranny of the Monnig home. The Monnigs relocated to Augusta from Anchorage, AK, and consider their spacious home a gift that affords them the opportunity...Read More
Author: Sarah Southern
Photography by Chris Thelen and Rhian Swain Each year, the Greater Augusta Arts Council recognizes outstanding members of the Augusta community for their support and contributions to the arts. JASON CRAIG The Kath Girdler Engler Award for Public Art Jason Craig believes the creation of art is as essential to his life as breathing and eating. The senior Westobou designer, freelance illustrator, and artist behind several of Broad Street’s murals (including “Keep Downtown Augusta Funky” and “Get Up Augusta”) says art isn’t just a job or a hobby, but an integral part of his existence. Craig grew...Read More
Photo by Amy J. Owen The historic Summerville neighborhood is home to some of Augusta’s oldest and most stunning architecture, from Southern style farmhouses with wrap-around porches to quaint bungalow cottages, columned plantation homes, and Spanish colonial estates. The neighborhood boasts history — each home embodies characteristics, secrets, and stories (some forgotten and others remembered) from decades past. One such home on Walton Way stands apart from the rest: a nearly 100-year-old two story brick Italian Renaissance-style villa with clay roof tiles and white trim. Built in 1926, the home was constructed and designed by Willis Irvin, a...Read More
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