Opening reception THIS FRIDAY, Spetember 1st, 2017 from 5 to 8 pm. “I Wish” Lisa’s new paintings revisit her favorite coastal scenes with an emphasis on the sky. Says Willits, “For me, creating art is all about noticing the beauty
Come celebrate with us THIS FRIDAY AUGUST 4TH, 5-8PM Join us at the gallery for fun, food, beautiful art, & music by Folksinger Mark Mason! Folksinger/SongwriterMark Mason will be performing his latest CD “Charleston-Musical Portrait”. This CD contains 10 songs
Featuring Lowcountry Artists Norma Morris Cable and Kathy Clark . Lowcountry Artists Gallery, 148 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, will feature an exhibition of new works by artists Norma Morris Cable and Kathy Clark, inspired by the well known poem of Joyce
Featuring Lowcountry Artists Ken Hamilton and Sandra W. Roper Lowcountry Artists Gallery, 148 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, will feature an exhibition of new works by miniature construction artist Ken Hamilton and watercolor artist Sandra W. Roper from March 3
Lowcountry Artists Gallery features “Vibrant Interpretations” by Joyce Harvey Opening Reception October 7th, 5-8 pm during the Charleston Gallery Association Art Walk. Joyce will be featuring three dramatically different styles of painting but with a common subject. She is primarily a marine artist known for
Lowcountry Artists Gallery ~ Joyce Harvey Exhibition Opening Reception: Friday, October 7, 2016 (5-8pm) Lowcountry Artists Gallery features ‘Vibrant Interpretations’ by Joyce Harvey for the month of October with an artist demonstration and opening reception on October 7th from 5-8pm
On September 2, 2016, Lowcountry Artists Gallery will host an art show featuring works by mother-daughter duo Stephanie Hamlet and Kellie Jacobs. Stephanie Hamlet will feature her new works using inks and acrylics, and textured collages. Through experimentation, Hamlet has
“The South has so much beauty and I want to absorb it all. ” The Post & Courier has published a Q&A with member artist Sandra W. Roper. See what she has to say in the article here.
We’re thrilled to be featured in Charleston Style & Design‘s summer 2015 issue, as part of a story on Charleston’s art galleries. Check it out!
The new Ruth’s Chris steakhouse—owned by Nancy and Mark Oswald—is located at the French Quarter Inn on Market St. Nancy Oswald personally selected 35 paintings exclusively from Lowcountry Artists gallery, located just a few blocks away on East Bay St.