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May 2011

M Gallery in Charleston, SC, Features Group Invitational

M Gallery of Fine Art SE in Charleston, SC, will present the exhibit, Private Spaces, a group invitational show featuring work by highly acclaimed artists nationwide, on view from May 6 - 31, 2011. A reception will be held May 6, from 5-8pm.

Each of the invitees have competed and collected wonderful prizes through various organizations including the Oil Painters of America, Portrait Society of America and the Art Renewal Center. Some of the artists to be submitting work for the show include: David Hettinger, Mary Qian, Matthew Innis, Jacquelyn Bischak, Terry T. Norris, Eli Cedrone, Robert Spooner, Olga Krimon, Frank Gardner, Michelle Dunaway, Thomas Reis, Bryce Cameron Liston, Todd Williams, Gladys Roldan de Moras, and many more.

Private Spaces brings you into the life of your favorite talented artists to give you a glimpse of the small joyous places that bring them inner peace. We all know of a place whether it be in our studios, a quiet garden, the dining room, admiring our loved ones on a sunny day out, all of which we often revisit in person or through our mind’s eye to wash a long day away.

The pieces on display for this exhibit will be artist’s renditions of these very places very near and dear to them. Alongside each piece will be an artist’s note on the significance each place holds to them personally.

For further information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/727-4500 or visit (



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