The John C. Doyle Art Gallery has been in business for over 30 years, as Mr. Doyle began painting with many other local Charleston painters in the 1970’s when there were no galleries in Charleston, and eventually began selling out of his home and studio on King Street in the 1980’s. Mr. Doyle passed away in November of 2014 after completing well over 1500 paintings in his prolific career. It was his specific wish the gallery continue in his namesake, and gallery director Angela Stump is honored to abide this wish. We offer many original oils, sketches, and photography by Mr. Doyle, as well as over 150 high quality reproductions on canvas in all of the various subjects he painted – from blue hydrangeas to blues musicians.
We also represent fellow native artist Margaret Petterson, and offer her vibrant original oils and unique mixed media monotypes.
We are also pleased to offer the serene oils of award-winning OPA painter Anna Rose Bain, as well as internationally renowned bronze works by sculptor Geoffrey C. Smith.
Friday, March 2, 2018
SPRING IS ON THE WAY ~ A Brand New Fine Oil Artist will be joining the gallery team!! 5 to 8pm
Please come join us to celebrate our newest artist! This prolific emerging talent will be debuted to the South Eastern U.S. market in our gallery for the first time, and she is talented beyond her years. Stay Tuned for more detailed information soon!
We will also be introducing a choice few special new John C. Doyle giclee editions, as well as beautiful framed original pen and pencil sketches by John C. Doyle in many of the various subjects that inspired him most.
This is in concert with the March Charleston Gallery Association art walk - so there will be over 30 galleries downtown having special shows. You can print a map here: www.charlestongalleryassociation.com/map/
We hope to see you there!