Cobblestone, sand and water provide endless opportunities.Famous golf courses, top-rated tennis courts, pristine beaches, monumental battleships and beautifully preserved architecture barely scratches the surface of attractions in Charleston. You can be as adventurous or as tame as you like. Best of all, our mild climate means you can enjoy most of our sights year-round.
Adele's Pottery Studio and GalleryFeaturing hand-thrown and hand built clay works by Adele Deas Tobin, each one of a kind piece reflects her love for the sand and the sea. Her work has been enjoyed by patrons worldwide for 40 years. Stop by or call for appointment.
Anglin Smith Fine ArtAnglin 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 Hughes, and photographer Tripp Smith, among other artists.
Atrium Art Gallery“Charleston’s Most Exciting Art Space” - Featuring Contemporary Art, Abstract, Realism, Landscape, Lowcountry Art and Black and White Photography. We are located in the French Quarter of Downtown Charleston at 61 QUEEN STREET between Church and Meeting Streets.
Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ AssociationCFADA member galleries support the future arts with two major events - Palette & Palate Stroll (July) and the Charleston Fine Art Weekend (November) raising funds for art scholarship and art supplies for the Charleston County High schools.
City Gallery at Waterfront ParkOpen Tu-F 11am-6pm; Sa & Su 12pm-5pm; closed Mondays. A venue for work that is new, vital, and innovative – with a focus on broadening the Charleston art outlook to include up and coming local, regional, national and international contemporary artists who specialize in cutting edge contemporary art. This gallery aims to do for fine arts in Charleston what Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto have achieved for performing arts.
City of Charleston City GalleryOpen Tu-F 11am-6pm; Sa & Sun 12pm-5pm; closed Mondays. The City Gallery at Waterfront Park is a venue for work that is new, vital, and innovative – with a focus on broadening the Charleston art outlook. This gallery aims to do for fine arts in Charleston what Spoleto Festival USA and Piccolo Spoleto have achieved for performing arts. Francina Smalls-joyner, City Gallery Coordinator at 843.724.7305
Dog & Horse Fine ArtDog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture represents leading talent by US and European artists. Along with extensive inventory, the gallery is a matchmaker for portraits as well as a consultant building important collections of 19th - 21st century works for clients.
Gallery Row on Historic Broad StreetCharleston's destination for fine art, Gallery Row is located on Historic Broad Street. A "must see" for serious art collectors. A year-round schedule of fine art events, including First Friday Art Walks, A Taste of the Arts, Blues on Broad and Spoleto Soleil.
Helena Fox Fine Art, LLCFrench Quarter of historic Charleston. Specializes in fine contemporary representational art. Established in 2004, the gallery is a compilation of national and international artists, including Southern painter, West Fraser. The work mingles impressionistic landscapes, maritime paintings, still lifes and more.
Horton Hayes Fine ArtLocated at the corner of State and Queen Streets in historic downtown Charleston. The Gallery features original works by locally and nationally recognized artists. Subject matter in the gallery includes landscapes, still-life, figurative works and architectural depictions rendered in oil, pastel or watercolor.
North Charleston City GalleryLocated within the Charleston Area Convention Center. Monthly shows feature a wide range of fine art and photography from local, regional, and national talent. Admission is free. Gallery desk is staffed on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays. Gallery hours are Mon-Sat. 9am-5pm. Call 843-740-5854 for more information or visit www.northcharleston.org under Cultural Arts.
Spencer Art Gallery I & IIOn Gallery Row in the historic French Quarter, over 500 works of contemporary fine art by over 50 artists are shown salon style. Friendly settings to view the art and meet attending artist. Browsers welcome. Wedding gift registry available.
The George GalleryThe George Gallery represents local and nationally recognized contemporary artists such as Tim Hussey, Brian Coleman, Amanda Norman, Whitney Kreb, Alan Taylor Jeffries, Paul Yanko, Tom Stanley, Sally King Benedict and Melinda Mead Scharstein. The gallery includes work that is thought provoking, innovative and of museum quality.