Charleston Artist Guild Gallery | Bonnie Anderson
Aug
3
5:00 PM17:00

Charleston Artist Guild Gallery | Bonnie Anderson

The Charleston Artist Guild Gallery is pleased to present, A Journey of Life, featuring the paintings and drawings of Bonnie Anderson.  Bonnie will be the featured artist at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery during the month of August.  

Bonnie was born in Chicago to a family who believed art and music made the world magnificent. This is where she trained for her life's journey.  After earning her R.N. degree, she attended the American Academy of Art, as well as studying with realistic fine art painters including friend and mentor Richard Schmid.

Bonnie created The Studio Art School and Gallery in Wauconda, Illinois (also known as Studio in the Woods) teaching fundamentals and fine art to over 300 students a week.

Bonnie and her husband have recently moved to Charleston where she continues to paint the world around her....people, places and things recreated in line, light and color.

Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, August 3, 2018, at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery from 5-8 pm. The gallery, located at 160 East Bay Street, is open daily from 11-6pm. Sales made at the gallery support the nonprofit Guild’s community outreach work. 

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Wells Gallery | Flow, A Celebration of Water
Aug
31
5:00 PM17:00

Wells Gallery | Flow, A Celebration of Water

Flow, A Celebration of Water

Friday, August 31, 5-8pm

'Flow', a collaborative show, is a devotion to water in all its forms. There are few things more beautiful than the bend of a river, the lapping of waves on the beach, or a single drop of dew on a blade of grass. See these scenes and much more at our gallery on August 31st from 5-8pm.

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Wells Gallery | Karen Larson Turner
Oct
5
to Oct 6

Wells Gallery | Karen Larson Turner

Karen Larson Turner

Friday and Saturday, October 5 & 6, from 1-6pm each day

The Sanctuary Murals Artist, Karen Larson Turner, is back for her annual show bringing us new landscapes of Kiawah and Charleston. Karen is the most popular landscape artist in the South and her pieces sell quickly. This annual show is an event you do not want to miss! Be here on October 5th & 6th for a chance to see the artist in action as she paints in the gallery from 1-6pm.

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Charleston Artist Guild Gallery | Kay Moffitt
Jul
6
5:00 PM17:00

Charleston Artist Guild Gallery | Kay Moffitt

The Charleston Artist Guild Gallery is pleased to present Life Paths, a collection of new works by award-winning artist Kay Moffitt.  The exhibit will run from July 1st through July 31st with an Opening Reception on Friday, July 6th from 5-8 PM.

Kay’s work is often described as conveying an air of mystery. Beneath her brush the commonplace becomes captivating - each image brimming with unanswered questions, stories untold, and secret paths that lead to uncertain ends.

In Life Paths, Kay immortalizes subjects from all walks of life on canvas in equal regard, giving light to those who frequently go unseen, and compelling the viewer to consider the depths of character in each.  

Her color choices are often more tonal, but even the moodiest work will have touches of color. In her own words, “I find painting the gritty captures my interest more than the pretty aspects of life.”

Kay was recently awarded First Place in the Charleston Artists Guild 64th Annual Members Exhibition for her painting Welcome Home. Over the years it has been her privilege to study with accomplished artists such as Richard Schmid, Sherrie McGraw, David Leffel, Scott Christensen, Quang Ho and others.  Kay has participated in several group shows and exhibitions in Pennsylvania, Illinois and South Carolina. In her 10 years living in the Chicago area she was an active participant in programs at the Palette and Chisel, Evanston Art Center and the North Shore Art League.   She is a member of the Charleston Artists Guild, the Mount Pleasant Artists Guild and Oil Painters of America. 

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Wells Gallery | Russell Gordon
Jul
5
1:00 PM13:00

Wells Gallery | Russell Gordon

Thursday and Friday, July 5 & 6, from 1-6pm each day

As you celebrate the 4th of July at Kiawah Beach, be sure to visit us that Thursday and Friday to see the new paintings from Russell Gordon. Russell will be in the gallery to demonstrate his traditional painting method from 1-6pm each day.

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Mitchell Hill | Clocks for Pops
Jun
16
1:00 PM13:00

Mitchell Hill | Clocks for Pops

Pendulux Pop Up Shop 

Friday, June 15th - Sunday, June 17th

Mitchell Hill hosts Stefan, co-creator of Pendulux, a California based clock company specializing in steam punk time pieces, book ends, desk accessories and more. Join us in the gallery for a look at their latest introductions and take advantage of the Father's Day promotion. Meet the face behind the clocks Saturday and pick up a piece for your Pops! 

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Mitchell Hill  | Mossy Effervescence
Jun
8
5:00 PM17:00

Mitchell Hill | Mossy Effervescence

May 25- June 25 

opening reception: June 8th 6-8pm

New York based painter Jeannie Weissglass, and Athens, Georgia artist and designer Susan Hable, return to Mitchell Hill for their group show, Mossy Effervescence. Complementary bodies of work featuring paper pieces framed with floating edges, mimicking the organic dangle of moss from the branch of a tree. Join us for the opening reception June 8th to enjoy cocktails, small bites and conversation with the artists. 

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Charleston Artist Guild | Colors of Life
Jun
1
5:00 PM17:00

Charleston Artist Guild | Colors of Life

The Charleston Artist Guild is pleased to announce Tina Botzenhardt and Lori Jill DiBiase as the Featured Artists for the month of June. Their exhibit, Colors of Life, is a collection of photographs showcasing both of the artists’ love for photography and travel. Their wish is for the viewer to be inspired by their unique pieces of photographic art showing the beauty of life and the world around us. 

Born in Germany, Tina moved 20 years ago to the United States with her husband and little son. Today she is a mother of two adult children, one teenager and three dogs. Tina started photography 10 years ago and is a member of the Professional Photographers of America. She learned from many of the best professional photographers in the world in countless classes and workshops. After years of practice and a natural eye for composition, Tina has become an award-winning photographer. She loves to travel the world with her family, creating stunning images that are full of color. Although Tina loves color, she is often inspired to also create simple but powerful black and white photographs. 

Lori Jill is a licensed Charleston Tour Guide and loves to show off the images of the beautiful city she roams about on a daily basis. Since 2004, Lori Jill has been a professional photographer but has recently moved from doing professional portrait work to capturing and creating photographs meant for artistic display. She was formally trained at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC, where she studied the fine arts. She is also a certified professional photographer with the Professional Photographers of America. She has taught photography workshops on both a national and international level but has always enjoyed teaching the aspiring photographers more. Today you are likely to find Lori Jill chasing a bird around in the woods for hours on end, lost in the challenge of capturing "that perfect moment".  

This exhibition is a partnership between two long time friends who grew close due to their common interest in photography. Through years of collaboration, fun, and countless antics, they have made mistakes, but have grown as artists. Their work will be on display together as the featured artists of the Gallery from June 1st to June 30th. 

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Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Laurie Adams
Jun
1
5:00 PM17:00

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Laurie Adams

“Conversation with the Figure”

North Carolina artist, Laurie Adams’ June exhibit at the Ellis-Nicholson Gallery Conversations with the Figure intends to raise thoughts and questions about the conversations we have and how that translates into communication. The artist says, “I am interested in who we bring forth and present in our conversations and how honest are we in revealing ourselves. My paintings represent that which I see as the very essence of the figure, so as to start a conversation of beauty, mystery, the female body unashamed, mother and child, communal efforts, and strangers, unconnected, yet searching for a connection. It is my intent through this body of work to ask a larger question, that I believe looms over us both individually and collectively, and that is what conversations still long to be spoken?”

Using oils and canvas, Adams’ process is to search for lost and found form, edges, texture and layers to create an atmospheric relationship between shapes, adding color and hue, hoping the subject gives birth to its unique personal beauty.  The artist’s current interest is in abstraction both with the figure and without, emphasizing the simplicity of black and white, light and dark, and all that lies in-between.

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Grand Bohemian | Ex Voto Vintage Jewelry
May
31
1:00 PM13:00

Grand Bohemian | Ex Voto Vintage Jewelry

Trunk Show

Meet founder Elizabeth Adams at this trunk show event! Ex Voto, which means a testament of gratitude, is a collection of one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces designed by Elizabeth from antique elements. Made in the USA, Ex Voto is non-toxic and made using genuine stones and freshwater pearls.  ExVoto gives a portion of sales to The Cure Starts Now Foundation for pediatric brain cancer research.

Seek Beauty. Cultivate Gratitude. Live Creatively. 

Thursday, May 31, 1:00-4:00 p.m.

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 TRAGER|contemporary
May
25
5:00 PM17:00

TRAGER|contemporary

RAGER|contemporary is proud to present Love Letters to My South, a new show of works by Kelly Chelena.  This collection reflects the artist's experiences in a few Southern states between the ages of 6 and 12 and the influence of nature on the recollections of youth.  The show will run from May 25-July 1, with opening reception on May 25 from 5-9pm.

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Trager Contemporary | Grand Opening
May
12
2:00 PM14:00

Trager Contemporary | Grand Opening

To celebrate the move to their new permanent home, Trager Contemporary will host a Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, May 12th. The afternoon will feature talks and demonstrations by artists Cory McBee, Bri Catarino, and Jane Braddock and andra Bret.

From 6-10pm, One Kool Blow will lay and there will b food and drink.  This event is free and open to the public. 

Trager Contemporary Grand Opening Celebration
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Talks and demos starting at 2pm; music 6-10pm

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Wells Gallery | Curt Butler
May
11
to May 12

Wells Gallery | Curt Butler

Friday and Saturday, May 11 & 12, from 1-6pm each day

This Mother's Day weekend, Curt Butler brings us new works painted in his signature encaustic technique. He will be in the gallery to paint and talk about his pieces on Friday and Saturday from 1-6pm.

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Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Bruce Nellsmith
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Bruce Nellsmith

This collection of work by Newberry College art professor Bruce Nellsmith floats freely and unchecked through the various places and experiences that comprise the life of the artist over the last year or so. It is a discerning, yet unsystematic gathering together of memories, thoughts, and musings through a body of work that was painted without a program. Nellsmith states: ”In some ways it relates to how we dream, it’s just that I was awake for all of it. In any event, it was serene”.

Paris is full of many little hidden treasures that are so easily overlooked, as depicted in Early at the Market around the corner from Notre Dame Cathedral.

Artist’s Wife on the Terrace in Sarlat is as much about the calm and serenity that one can find in the heart of a European city as it is about the light. The artist says, “I think the light and the intimacy of this painting address the same thing - putting the brakes on my hectic American lifestyle.

“There is a certain amount of serenity in nearly all of the works represented here; I’m not sure that this was a conscious effort on my part or if the paintings simply demanded it or, if as an artist, I was seeking asylum in paint. Whatever the impetus, they are all truthful.”

The exhibit runs through May 30, 2018. For more information please contact the gallery at 843-722-5353 or stop by 1 ½ Broad Street.

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Lowcountry Artists | Ivo Kerssemakers
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Lowcountry Artists | Ivo Kerssemakers

Lowcountry Artists presents, Mystical Carolina by Ivo Kerssemakers--photography that reveals nature’s hidden magic through black and white long-exposure photography.

Ivo’s emphasis is on clean, surrealistic, minimalist imagery.  He creates mystical effects by using a long exposure technique, by using neutral density filters up to 16 stops to achieve exposure times of more than 4 minutes in bright daylight. Opening reception May 4th, 5-8pm at Lowcountry Artists at 148 East Bay St. Downtown Charleston.

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MEYER VOGL GALLERY
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

MEYER VOGL GALLERY

Second Course: New Works by Laurie Meyer

Friday, May 4, 2018
5:00 PM  8:00 PM

Think of the energy of a restaurant kitchen — it’s beautiful dance of organized chaos and passion. Artist Laurie Meyer is emboldened and excited by that energy, and for her upcoming solo exhibition, she's bringing it to the canvas with a series of kitchen-inspired paintings. 

“By selecting a kitchen scene for a painting, I am assured a figurative piece full of gesture and energy,” Meyer says. “The glow of the warm lights and the neutrals of the stainless steel offer incredible colors as well.”

“I love a traditional chef in white with warm lights, surrounded by the coolness of the restaurant kitchen interior. There are many stories implied by the interior of a restaurant!”

Works include the interiors of Charleston restaurants, memories from recent travels abroad, as well as scenes from her own kitchen.

An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 4, from 5 to 8pm, coinciding with the Charleston Gallery Association Art Walk. The exhibition runs from May 4 to 31.

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Grand Bohemian Gallery | Marilyn Sparks
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Marilyn Sparks

Lasting Impressions

Marilyn Sparks

Join the Grand Bohemian Gallery in welcoming the newest collection of oil paintings by Impressionist artist, Marilyn Sparks. Color, texture, and a sense of serenity are elements of Sparks' oeuvre beloved by collectors and art appreciators alike!

Having picked up a paint brush only after retiring from her career in fashion show production, Sparks’ vibrant color choices and rich palette knife technique lend from that abundant and inspiring profession.  Whereas before, Sparks created with fabrics, live models, music, and lights, she now taps into that same artistic spirit using the media of oil and canvas.

Meet-the-Artist Opening Reception
Friday, May 4th  5:00-8:00pm
Exhibit runs through May 31.

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Revealed | Nabil Aasiya-Bey
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Revealed | Nabil Aasiya-Bey

Visions of Folly 

A collection of contemporary and abstract works depicting the Ethos and Eros of the lowcountry. 

Please join us for the unveiling of this dynamic contemporary collection. There will be bites, sips and jazz tunes in the courtyard. We look forward to seeing you!

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Mitchell Hill Gallery | Paradise is Personal
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Mitchell Hill Gallery | Paradise is Personal

Paradise is Personal - Friday May 4th 5-8 PM

Debbie Martin welcomes you to her very own Paradise. A series of paintings created in subconscious reference to her recent life experiences. Once in her studio, or personal paradise as she has come to call it, memories flash before her like cards, inspiring each brushstroke.

Join us for the opening Friday, May 4th, from 5-8 PM for bubbles & bites with the artist. All are welcome! 

The show will hang until May 24th. 

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Trager Contemporary
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Trager Contemporary

First Friday Sneak Peek
Friday, May 4th 5pm-9pm

Start or end your Art Walk at Trager Contemporary! We are moved in to our permanent home and excited to share it. Come catch a sneak peek before next week's Grand Opening celebration with wine, bites, and music by Christian Phifer. Trager Contemporary represents

Jane Braddock, Sandra Brett, Bri Catarino, Kelly Chelena, Brandon Donahue, Radu Dumitrescu, Richard Feaster, Tony Gill, Rebecca Gottesman, Philippe Halaburda, Charles Heppner, Christy Kinard, Cory McBee, Yevgenia Nayberg, Jane Schmidt, and Stuart Tessler.

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MARY MARTIN GALLERY | JULIA KLIMOVA
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

MARY MARTIN GALLERY | JULIA KLIMOVA

Join us on Gallery Row in the famed Charleston Historic District for an enchanting evening of fine art at the Mary Martin Gallery! This May, we proudly present “Gaze of Spring” by Julia Klimova.  Painting for Julia Klimova is a passion, a fascinating process of seeing, which alters the vision of things.  This can be perceived in her beautiful landscapes, still-lifes, and portraits.  What is seen is never what is painted, yet the painting becomes a new reality.  Join us as we welcome Julia to our Broad Street gallery on Friday, May 4th 5-8 PM.

In each of Julia’s paintings she focuses on the idea and unusual composition that conveys the mood and creates a fresh look at the subject.  Klimova strives to use vibrant but precise colors to enhance the emotional message of her paintings.   Since childhood painting was always a door to another new world:  "You know where to go, but you only have a vague idea of what you will find there.  This discovery is always an absorbing and exciting experience."  Born and raised in southern Russia, Julia feels that her creativity has been largely formed by the accumulated childhood images of beauty in nature and life.

"In this show, Gaze of Spring, I collect special pieces which reflect my search for beauty in different shapes and forms. I strive to catch something unspoken, a flash of light that connects to my inner self. I find women and flowers to be the most beautiful and easy to observe subjects. They are my main guide lights for looking for a special emotion and a beauty vibe. They help me convey ideas of uniqueness of each human being, their personal experience and simply the joy of life." – Julia Klimova

Art Walk and Show Opening: Friday May 4th, 5:00-8:00 PM

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Wells Gallery | Nightfall: A Group Show
Apr
27
5:00 PM17:00

Wells Gallery | Nightfall: A Group Show

Nightfall: A Group Show

Friday, April 27, from 5-8pm

Please join us the night of April 27th for our gallery show, Nightfall. This show features works from all of our artists celebrating the beauty of the night. Sip cocktails and view the new paintings of moon-lit marshes, beaches sparking with starlight, and still-life works representing the objects we associate with a Southern evening.

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Mitchell Hill Gallery | Paper Cuts & Flower Crowns
Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

Mitchell Hill Gallery | Paper Cuts & Flower Crowns

Paper Cuts & Flower Crowns - Thursday April 26th from 6-8 PM

Mitchell Hill hosts local collagist, Twoie Palmer, in her debut show, Paper Cuts & Flower Crowns. Honoring the late artist, Frida Kahlo, with a series of original interpretive portraits. 

Get in full character with a crown of your own for purchase from the lovely Propagate Studio

Celebrate spring in full bloom, Thursday April 26th from 6-8PM. Enjoy a glass of bubbles, snag a bite, sport a crown, and meet the artist, Twoie Palmer, who will be in attendance. All are welcome! 

Follow along on social media as we prepare ! 
@MITCHELLHILLCHARLESTON // @PROPAGATESTUDIO_CHS

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Fabulon | J. Edge and Laura McRae-Hitchcock
Apr
11
5:00 PM17:00

Fabulon | J. Edge and Laura McRae-Hitchcock

A Walk in the Country

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 5-7pm at Avondale Therapy, 815 Savannah Highway, #101

An artists' reception at Avondale Therapy for an art show curated by Fabulon, featuring Resident Artists, Meyriel J. Edge and Laura McRae-Hitchcock. Both Edge and McRae-Hitchcock are avid travelers and the art in this show is inspired by their trips to Europe, including Wales and Ireland. Both artists will be present to answer questions about their art, inspiration, and travels All artwork for sale.  Join us for a Walk in the Country...which country, you decide!
Free Event.

All artwork for sale.

Avondale Therapy is located in the trendy Avondale section of West Ashley. Stop by the show and walk to dinner.

All welcome.

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Grand Bohemian Gallery | J.Catma
Apr
10
3:00 PM15:00

Grand Bohemian Gallery | J.Catma

Trunk Show: J.Catma Exotic Eastern Textiles

With J. Catma the Grand Bohemian Gallery presents stunning textiles and wearable art globally sourced from Eastern craftsman.

Tuesday, April 10, 3:00pm - 7:00pm   Enjoy the luxurious and alluring colorful patterns while you Sip & Shop the collection!

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Miller Gallery | Dixie Purvis
Apr
6
6:00 PM18:00

Miller Gallery | Dixie Purvis

Dixie Purvis
solo exhibit
April 6, 6-8pm

On April 6, 2018 Miller Gallery opens their newest solo exhibition featuring roster artist, Dixie Purvis.

“Abstract work presents both a challenge and an opportunity by posing possibilities but no answers; allowing the viewer to come to their own conclusions”, explains Purvis. 

Purvis' large, abstracted oil paintings express fluidity, energy, and motion. The push and pull on her birch panels is charged by intentional mark making. An acclaimed painter, she explores new possibilities in an array of color in her newest series. 

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Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Debra Keirce
Apr
6
5:00 PM17:00

Ellis-Nicholson Gallery | Debra Keirce

Friday, April 6, 2018
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

One could ask, “What does the work of Johannes Vermeer (circa 1650) and Debra Keirce (circa 2000) have in common?”  The answer would be painting As Life Happens. The Virginia artist opens her first Charleston solo exhibition at the Ellis-Nicholson Gallery on Friday, April 6, 5-8 PM.

The artist says, “I love the way the Golden Age masters, such as Vermeer and his contemporaries painted every day scenes in such an unpretentious, and often humorous way…crumpled napkins and plates about to fall off table edges abound. Also, there is so much symbolism in their paintings. Whole narratives unravel as you study the compositions.”

In As Life Happens Keirce has deftly painted what feelings look like. Her colors sing and her realism pops. To her, creating art is the ability to evoke emotions by the viewer. This is done with smoke and mirrors, parlor tricks and a “Trompe L’Oeil” approach.

Charcuterie depicts an old world feel using classical realism techniques and saturated colors. Here one wants to set aright the serving plates as they seem to have been haphazardly placed on the table, perhaps while also enjoying a small tasting.

Keirce also includes in this exhibit state fair pieces that are a modern take on classic memories in countless family photo albums. All the fair scenes were captured at twilight when the sky turns that vibrant blue before going dark.

On Saturday April 7 from 11AM-4PM and on Sunday, the 8th from 1-4PM the artist will conduct an interactive painting demonstration at the gallery. Keirce will invite guests to try their hand at finishing some paintings she has started. Event is free and open to the public.  

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Charleston Artist Guild | Flo Ulrich
Apr
6
5:00 PM17:00

Charleston Artist Guild | Flo Ulrich

The Charleston Artist Guild is pleased to announce Flo Ulrich as the Featured Artist for the month of April. Her exhibit, New Horizons, is an exhibit of abstracted landscapes. The works are not identifiable as particular places; they are intended to recall our shared experiences of the environment we inhabit, escape to, and through which we renew ourselves. Using oil paint, paint sticks, cold wax medium, unorthodox application tools, and other media, layers are built up and excavated to develop the complex yet simple atmospheres that embody these works. The journey into the landscape is calming, invigorating, and part of our common experience.

Flo has studied with internationally known painters and has been fortunate to have completed residencies in Washington state and Scotland. She grew up in the wide-open vistas of central Texas and believes the horizon has always been integral in her work. Ulrich states, “I paint to unearth the unseen from the familiar. I look to the edge and strive to uncover the texture of the horizon. I want you to slow down and experience the complicated simplicity of the world through my eyes. I want to help you to stop. See. Zoom in. Zoom out.”

Please join us for the opening reception, which is open to the public, on Friday, April 6, 2018,  at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery from 5-8 pm. The gallery, located at 160 East Bay Street, is open daily from 11-6pm. Sales made at the gallery support the nonprofit Guild’s community outreach work.

 

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Wells Gallery | Junko Ono Rothwell and Debra Nadelhoffer
Mar
30
1:00 PM13:00

Wells Gallery | Junko Ono Rothwell and Debra Nadelhoffer

Colorful Spring, featuring Junko Ono Rothwell and Debra Nadelhoffer

Friday and Saturday, March 30 & 31, from 1-6pm each day

Two Atlanta based artists, Junko Ono Rothwell and Debra Nadelhoffer, are teaming-up to present a collection of colorful paintings for our Easter Weekend show. Please join us from 1-6pm on Friday and Saturday, March 30 & 31, to meet the artists and watch them paint in the gallery.

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Revealed Art Gallery | Sean Williams
Mar
17
4:00 PM16:00

Revealed Art Gallery | Sean Williams

Sean Williams Solo Show

Opening ReceptionSaturday, March 17th 4-6pm

"A Lowcountry Perspective on Universal Themes"

Sean Williams latest body of work portrays natural, universal and local patterns woven together with themes of mystery, exploration, spirituality and local waterways. Inspired by the Lowcountry, Williams' work depicts local topography and wildlife with a personal touch of humor and satire using both paintings and forged metal sculptures.

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Grand Bohemian Gallery | Erika Lynn
Mar
16
11:00 AM11:00

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Erika Lynn

New Exotic Leather Fashions                   

Erika Lynn

Artist Reception–Charleston Fashion Week
March 16, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

The Grand Bohemian Gallery presents stunning, hand-crafted leather fashions by Charleston native Erika Lynn.  Each of Erika Lynn’s designs are hand cut from genuine and exotic leather hides then assembled with the highest level of craftsmanship.

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Grand Bohemian Gallery | Celeste McCollough
Mar
2
5:30 PM17:30

Grand Bohemian Gallery | Celeste McCollough

Figures in Allegory

Celeste McCollough

Artist Reception-First Friday Art Walk
March 2, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Using a modern realist style and a sophisticated use of color, McCollough creates fantastical figural narratives. Exhibiting for the first time in Charleston, please help us to welcome McCollough to the Grand Bohemian Gallery.       

On view through March 31.

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