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July Issue 2007
Carolina Galleries is Changing Locations in Charleston, SC
After 45 years on King Street in Charleston, SC, Carolina Galleries is moving south of Broad. The doors will open again at 106A Church Street on July 2, 2007. This will be just in time to prepare for the CFADA (Charleston Fine Art Dealers' Associations) event July 13, Palette and Palate where each of the member galleries will have a partner restaurant in house for the evening. Please join Carolina Galleries in its new home for the Palette and Palate event. The restaurant partner for the evening is Muse and Ted's Butcherblock will provide the wine. Tickets are $40 per person which includes visits to 15 galleries each with food from a local restaurant and wine from Ted's Butcherblock. Tickets are available by calling 843/853-0708. For more information visit (www.cfada.com).
As the exclusive representatives, since 1978, of the estate of Alfred Hutty, Carolina Galleries presents both the artists of the Charleston Renaissance of the early to mid- 20th century and current artists who are creating the new "renaissance." Representational works honoring the Lowcountry and southern environs is the specialty of the gallery. Oil paintings, watercolors and fine art prints are the mainstays of the gallery's collection. As the exclusive local purveyor of Stephen Scott Young's work and representing Stephen Chesley, Craig Crawford, Johnson Hagood, John Burmeister, Julian Davis, Tom McNickle, Philip Juras, Betty Robinson among others, the gallery continues the tradition of presenting the glory of the south to the special collector.
Carolina Framing will be under new management. Bonnie Deininger is the new owner of the frame shop. She will keep the phone number 843/723-2266 and will announce their new location for framing in the very near future.
Covering two distinct periods in one distinct
gallery, Carolina Galleries has been profiled in Architectural
Digest, National Geographic Explorer, Southern Accents, and
Town & Country.
For further info check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/720-8622 or visit (www.carolinagalleries.com).
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