Very exciting day last week. I made my first painting delivery to the “Lowcountry Artists Gallery” in Charleston, SC. Location of the gallery is 148 East Bay Street right in the heart of the French Quarter!
Located on the first floor, the gallery extends to the back to the original brick part in the rear. Gorgeous art space of approximately 2000 square feet…the building, built by slaves, dates back to the 1700’s. Founded in 1982, the art gallery is the longest running gallery in Charleston and is owned by 5 local artists.
I had the opportunity to hang 11 pieces of work and will change them every 3 months or so. Several photos follow documenting my wonderful day. We followed hanging my pieces with a great southern lunch and a walking tour of the area. If you are ever in the Charleston area, please stop by. The website for Lowcountry artists is www.lowcountryartists.com
The room where my pieces are located. My artwork is in the corner. There I am looking at other abstract pieces (of course).
Terrible photo of me, but this shot gives a better look at my space and artwork hung.
Here I am leaving the gallery and thanking one of the owners and good friend, Lynn Hardwick.