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Posted in art, tagged art dealer, artist, charleston, charleston artists, fine art, gallery, Measure: All Creatures Great + Small, modern art, paintings, palette and palate stroll, robert lange solo show july 17, robert lange studios on May 27, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in art, tagged art dealer, artists, Carolina Galleries, charleston, charleston fine art dealers association, fine art, fine art gallery, John Frederick Kensett, Johnson Hagood, june art exhibits charleston, june art walk, landscape paintings, Martin Johnson Heade, oil paintings, original work, Sanford Robinson Gifford, spoleto usa on May 22, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
On June 5, from 5-8 pm, Carolina Galleries will present new work by artist and owner Johnson Hagood. There will be 10 new works in oil, watercolor and pastel on view for the month of June.
Johnson Hagood is a painter working in Charleston, South Carolina, in the luminist style. His oil and pastel paintings are influenced by the Hudson River School and primarily Martin Johnson Heade, John Frederick Kensett, and Sanford Robinson Gifford. Hagood paints the rapidly disappearing barrier islands and marshes of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Some of his canvases are in an elongated horizontal format, a format also favored by Heade, and include sunrises or sunsets, also another fleeting element in his work. Sometimes the only human evidence in his paintings is the occasional light emitting from a far off land bank at dusk – a constant reminder of the eventual development of a vanishing landscape.
Hagood has recently begun to push his artistic talents to include painting street scenes of the beloved city that he grew up in. In the spirit of Charleston Renaissance artists such as Alfred Hutty and Elizabeth O’Neill Verner, who documented Charleston of the early 20th Century in their work, Hagood seeks to present fine art featuring the Charleston we see today. The work has been very well received and most purchased only minutes after the pieces have dried!
His work is included in over two hundred private collections and in the collections of Bank of America, Bellsouth, City of Charleston, Carolina First Bank, Gibbes Museum of Art, Morris Museum of Art, Roper Hospital, Safety Kleen Corporation, & Wild Dunes Corporation.
For more information or images, please contact Carolina Galleries at (843) 720-8622 or email@example.com. Visit the gallery at 106 A Church St, Monday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pm or at http://www.carolinagalleries.com.
Posted in art, tagged art dealer, art with a future, artists, charleston fine art, Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association, corrigan gallery, Daryl Knox, fine art, gallery, Gordon Nicholson, John Hull, John Moore, june art exhibits charleston, Kevin Bruce Parent, Kristi Ryba, lese corrigan, lynne riding, Manning Williams, mary walker, modern art charleston sc, Next is Always Relative, Paul Mardikian, Richard (Duke) Hagerty, Richard Hartnett, spoleto usa, Sue Simons Wallace, Tim Fensch on May 15, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
The Corrigan Gallery in downtown Charleston, South Carolina is please to present during the Spoleto USA and Piccolo Spoleto festivals, a show entitled “Next is Always Relative.” Inspiring works by gallery artists including Duke Hagerty, Paul Mardikian, John Hull, Mary Walker, Manning Williams and Lynne Riding show the varied exploration of surface area. The gallery is located at 62 Queen Street in the heart of the old city and is a member of the Charleston Fine Art Dealers’ Association and the French Quarter Gallery Association. The opening is in conjunction with a French Quarter Galleries art walk.
The Corrigan Gallery presents art with a future instilled with intellect. Varied, thoughtful, provoking works are presented in an intimate space for the viewing pleasure of all. With 21 years of Charleston art experience, the gallery provides a fresh alternative to the traditional southern art scene. Located in the heart of the historic district, the gallery combines the charm of the old city of Charleston with a look forward with works that will become the Charleston antiques of the future. The gallery is open six days a week from 10am to 5pm (11am on Monday and Thursdays) and often with extended hours. Paintings, drawings, fine art prints, photography and sculpture are readily available for the discriminating collector. Artists represented include Manning Williams, Gordon Nicholson, Mary Walker, Kevin Bruce Parent, John Moore, Kristi Ryba, Sue Simons Wallace, Paul Mardikian, Daryl Knox, Richard Hartnett, Tim Fensch, Lynne Riding, Richard (Duke) Hagerty, Lese Corrigan and John Hull. The gallery can be reached at 843 722 9868, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.corrigangallery.com.