What Is The Best Art Gallery In South Carolina?
For the past 11 years, American Art Awards has decided the 25 Best Galleries and Museums in America. Among the criteria: years in business, industry reputation, online activity, location, size, exhibits, educational programs, represented artists and references from artists, clients and visitors. Only one per state per year is selected.
American Art Awards: “Mary Martin Gallery Of Fine Art always introduces emerging local artists as well as showcases mid-career national and international artists with focus on art which forges new ground. The stunning building anchors the west end of Gallery Row, Historic Broad Street, which runs from King to East Bay, in Charleston, the city which Conde Nast refers to as the number one tourist destination in America. This intersection of retail, culture and Five Star Hotels is on par with Beverly Hill’s Rodeo Drive and NY’s Fifth Avenue.
“This prestigious French Quarter gallery offers a variety of sculpture as well as paintings of realism to abstract, linear expressionism to intuitive and has excellent long-term relationships with clients, designers, architects, and trade professionals. Not only does MMG host ongoing exhibitions as often as twice a month, they offer museum quality work in bronze, ceramic, wood sculptures, original oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors and pastels: phenomenal pieces ranging from realistic to abstract.
“American Art Awards again selects Mary Martin Gallery Of Fine Art our Best Gallery In South Carolina, 2019, and one of our Top 25 Galleries and Museums in America for 2019.”
Mary Martin: “We are an eclectic gallery and don’t wish to be branded with just one style of work. We look for originality as well as beauty. We want the eyes, heart and soul, as well as the intellect to be stimulated, soothed, and excited.”
Mary Martin Gallery / 103 Broad Street / Charleston, SC 29401 / 843–723–0303
See all 25 Best Galleries & Museums here: https://www.americanartawards.com/2019-best-american-galleries-and-museums/
www.AmericanArtAwards.com annually awards 25 museums and galleries in spring, and with their critique in autumn, awards 300 artists (painters, photographers, sculptors and digital artists).