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.
Click below to discover 21 Holy City art galleries that will leave you feeling inspired, including the Gibbes Museum of Art, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Robert Lange Studios, Adele’s Pottery, Anglin Smith Fine Art, Atrium Art Gallery, Chuma Gullah Gallery, City Gallery at Waterfront Park, Corrigan Gallery, Dog & Horse Fine Art, Edward Dare Gallery, Grand Bohemian Gallery, Helena Fox Fine Art, Jonathan Green Studios, Mary Whyte, Meyer Vogl Gallery, Mitchell Hill, North Charleston City Gallery, Steve Hazard Gallery, The City Hall Gallery and Wells Gallery.