Featuring Art from some of the area's top galleries.
Dog & Horse Fine Art
Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture represent artists nationally and internationally recognized as leading talent in both canine and equine art. Along with an extensive inventory, Dog & Horse also works as a matchmaker for portraits by only the best quality artists - painters and sculptors.
Robert Lange Studios
Robert Lange Studios has been voted Best Art Gallery in Charleston for the last four years by the Charleston City Paper and Nathan Durfee has received the award for Best Visual Artist. Gallery owners Megan and Robert Lange are committed to providing a forum for art based on individuals, subjective style and awareness. This dedication has created a reputation for the gallery of consistently finding new and interesting artists that stand out for their imagination and distinctive personal touch.
Mary Martin Gallery
While visiting Mary Martin Gallery in Charleston, you will enjoy a diversity of art including amazing bronze and stone sculptures, original oil and acrylic paintings, extraordinary watercolors, pastels, and other media. Mary Martin Gallery has an impressive 50,000 linear feet of art display that includes every style from classical to contemporary. You are invited to discover all that Mary Martin Gallery of Fine Art has to offer with such as extraordinary works of art by some of the most famous living artists worldwide. Mary Martin is passionate about creating a fine art experience every person can enjoy when visiting the gallery and they sincerely hope to see you soon. You are always invited. We are open seven days a week.
Anglin Smith Fine Art
Anglin Smith Fine Art is Charleston's gallery for contemporary realism and color. The gallery features works by Lowcountry painter Betty Anglin Smith and her triplets, painters Jennifer Smith Rogers and Shannon Smith, and photographer Tripp Smith. Sculptures in bronze by Darrell Davis; works in oil by Kim English and Colin Page are also available. The gallery also represents paintings and drawings from the estate of Carl Planksy. Subject matter ranges from local and European landscapes to architectural works and still life, figurative and abstract.