Antiques & Art
Charleston International Antiques Show
Antiques Show, March 23 – 25 & Preview Party, March 22. English, European & American period furnishings, fine art, architectural elements, vintage jewelry & silver, from the 17th to 20th centuries. Proceeds benefit Historic Charleston Foundation. Tickets: online or 843-722-3405.
George C. Birlant & Co.
Antiques Since 1922, for over ninety years, we have been the anchor for Charleston’s historic Antiques District. Third generation, family owned antiques establishment specializing in 18th and 19th century furniture, silver, china, crystal & brass as well as bench made reproductions. Exclusive makers of the original Charleston Battery Bench®. 843.722.3842
King Street Antique District
Voted the “best antique shopping in the U.S.” by the readers of Travel + Leisure. Find antiques from any period and from all over the world, plus charming hotels, fine dining, fashion boutiques, gifts and fine jewelry.
Park Circle Antiques Mall
Park Circle Antiques Mall is a community Antiques Mall. We are full of a variety of wonderful goods, and a perfect fit in the cozy Park Circle Village. We promote the Restoration, Repurposing and Re-Use of most all things old.
Adele’s Pottery Studio and Gallery
Featuring hand-thrown and handbuilt clay works by Adele Deas Tobin, each one of a kind piece reflects her love for the sand and sea. Her work has been enjoyed by patrons worldwide for 36 years. Stop by or call for appointment.
Atrium Art Gallery
Atrium Art Gallery is one of the largest Charleston Galleries, in an exciting Atrium Space, renovated in one of the French Quarter’s Historic old buildings. Located on
Queen Between Meeting and Church, we feature local artist and a variety of styles.
Charleston Crafts Gallery
Charleston Crafts is a juried cooperative crafts gallery owned and operated by exhibiting members since 1989. Charleston Crafts artisans are required to be residents of South Carolina, making this the only exclusively local craft gallery in the city.
Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association
CFADA 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 Park
Open 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 Gallery
Open 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
COCO VIVO Fine Art & Design
COCO VIVO -A coastal inspired lifestyle gallery that reflects a comfortable, well lived life. Fine art by Local and Nationally known plein air artists, Fine Craft, Kinetic Sculpture, Folk Art, Jewelry, Coastal fabrics ,furniture, interior design, vintage finds.
Edward Dare Gallery
Edward Dare Gallery & sister gallery, Sandpiper Gallery on Sullivan’s Island feature beautiful paintings, pottery, sculpture & jewelry. Visit these galleries for works that celebrate the colorful tapestry of the southern coastal culture including crashing waves, lush marshes, wildlife & sensitive portraits.
French Quarter Gallery Association
The French Quarter Galleries, the oldest association, was established twenty-four years ago. These local artists have been known nationally and internationally. In the original walled city, the French Quarter plays host to art walks, private showings, and public receptions.
Features investment grade Gullah Art by Jonathan Green and John Jones. Gullah quilts, books and crafts. Gullah Tours start and end at the gallery. Meet owner and artist Mr. Chuma for a personal tour. Take a piece of Gullah Culture home with you.
Gallery Row on Historic Broad Street
Charleston’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.
Mary Martin Gallery
Mary Martin Gallery offers fine art from 50 renowned local, national, and international artists. Located at 103 Broad Street on the corner of King and Broad Streets. Artist shows are hosted every month on First Fridays from 5-8pm.
North Charleston City Gallery
Located 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.
On charming Sullivan’s Island this casually elegant gallery features breath-taking paintings, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, and unique works in wood, glass & metal. Shake the sand out of your shoes, journey into the world of fine art and experience a gallery like no other.
Smith Killian Fine Art
In the historic French Quarter, these galleries feature carefully selected contemporary fine paintings, prints, sculptures, photographs and marquetry. A broad range of media, subject matters, and artistic styles are presented.
Spencer Art Gallery I & II
Oldest gallery on Gallery Row in the historic French Quarter, showing over 500 works of contemporary fine art in a broad range of styles, media, subject matters, and prices by over 50 artists. Browsers are always welcome. Friendly, relaxed, pleasant.
The Wells Gallery is the premiere gallery at The Sanctuary Resort on Kiawah Island. It provides original oil paintings, bronze & glass sculpture, and hand-crafted jewelry. The Wells Gallery is the region’s only to specialize in works that celebrate Kiawah Island.