Featured Artists

Tammy Medlin
March 2017
Featured Artist
The expressive brushwork that exemplifies Tammy Medlin’s paintings is ever present in her new exhibit, Town and Country On exhibit from March 1 through March 31
Tammy Medlin was born in Denver, Colorado and currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband and two children.  ...
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Dorothy Allston Rogers
February 2017
Featured Artist
Land, Sea and Sky
On exhibit from February 1 – February  28
Dorothy Allston Rogers grew up on the Intercoastal Waterway near Charleston. Her father was a farmer and property caretaker for many extensive properties including Botany Bay Plantation. The youngest of ten children, ...
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Muriel Lanciault
January 2017
Featured Artist
Lights! Camera! Paint! On exhibit from January 1 – January 31 A collection of paintings assembled to reflect my lifelong interest in lights, lamps, and lighthouses. Having worked as an educator for over 40 years, my chances to visit coastal lights and cities boasting architectural light clusters were limited. ...
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Virginia Paternite
December 2016
Featured Artist
The Charleston Artist Guild Gallery is pleased to announce Ginny Paternite is the featured artist for the month of December and the opening reception is Friday, 12/2/16 from 5-8:00pm during the official Art Walk in Charleston. This event is free and open to the public. See more ...
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Mollie Vardell
November 2016
Featured Artist
The Charleston Artist Guild announces Mollie Vardell as the featured artist for the month of November. Her exhibit entitled “Behind the Garden Gate”, is a collection of paintings featuring hidden gardens, gates, fountains and statuary from local and surrounding areas. Moving to Charleston just over two years ago, ...
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Deborah Stanley Krzyzaniak
October 2016
Featured Artist
The Charleston Artist Guild announces Deborah Stanley Krzyzaniak as the featured artist for the month of October. Her exhibit entitled “Come as a Tourist, Leave as a Local”, explores what to see and do in Charleston from the perspective of a local. The show will be on ...
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