It’s not hard to find the art scene in Charleston. Simply take to the sidewalks. Galleries line the streets and make their homes in 19th-century storefronts, revamped auto-repair shops, and state-of-the-art (pun intended) new construction. Gallery Row on historic Broad Street is a good place to start. You’ll find about 15 galleries here, with another two dozen on the surrounding streets. Charleston’s evocative beauty has inspired painters and artisans for more than 300 years, and now, their work inspires others. Scroll on for 24 Holy City art galleries that will leave you feeling inspired, including Corrigan Gallery, Grand Bohemian Gallery, Robert Lange Studios, Meyer Vogl Gallery, Gibbes Museum of Art, The Vendue Hotel, The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Wells Gallery – Kiawah, Mitchell Hill, Atrium Art Gallery, Dog & Horse Fine Art, The George Gallery, Helena Fox Fine Art, Lowcountry Artists, Adele’s Pottery Studio and Gallery, Anglin Smith Fine Art, Birds I View Gallery, Charleston Artist Collective, Edward Dare Gallery, Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art Gallery, Horton Hayes Fine Art, John C. Doyle Art Gallery, Principle Gallery, and Spencer Art Gallery.
Don’t miss your chance to explore more than 40 of Charleston’s beloved galleries on October 7 during the Charleston Gallery Associaton Artwalk.