We welcome you to an experience of discovering artists who have been selected because of their unique creative work in a variety of media. Martin states, "We enjoy art of all genres; however, our desire is to feature painters and sculptors who forge new ground using their formidable talent. In addition, 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." The gallery has attracted and maintained collectors for years because of the diversity of the excellent work carried and the quality of the professional artists represented. It is worth a trip to Charleston to see the exciting art displayed at Mary Martin Gallery.
You are invited to an artist reception at MMG on the first Friday of every month from 5-8pm. 103 Broad Street.
Pioneers and Friends - Patsy Painton Tidwell and Carolyn Epperly
And in addition, shows curated by Mary Martin are hosted at the Andell Inn each month. Andell Inn is located at Freshfields between Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island.
While visiting Mary Martin Gallery in Charleston, you will enjoy a diversity of art including amazing bronze and stone sculptures, original oil and acrylic paintings, extraordinary watercolors, pastels, and other media. Mary Martin Gallery has an impressive display that includes outstanding artists showing every style from classical to contemporary. You are invited to discover all that Mary Martin Gallery of Fine Art has to offer with such as extraordinary works of art by some of the most renowned living artists worldwide. Mary Martin is passionate about creating a fine art experience every person can enjoy when visiting the gallery and they sincerely hope to see you soon. You are always invited. We are open seven days a week.
Mary Martin Gallery is located at 103 Broad Street on the SE corner of King Street and Broad Street. Designated at the top of art cities, Charleston is drawing art lovers from across the country. Conde Nast announced that Charleston, SC is the number one tourist destination in the world as well as in America. In addition, "Already named the top tourist destination in North America and the world, Charleston earned kudos for its thriving retail scene. King Street was named one of the 10 best US shopping streets by U. S. News and world Report's Travel page, putting it in an elite group that includes Rodeo Drive and New York's Fifth Avenue." The American Planners Association designated Broad Street as one of the top ten streets is America 2012 for the preservation of history and the marriage of history and art galleries. Charleston also boasts five star restaurants and several James Beard nominated Chefs.
Mary Martin Gallery anchors the west end of GALLERY ROW , Historic Broad Street, which runs from King to East Bay.
We are located on the corner of King and Broad Streets anchoring the art district of historic Charleston.
Mary Martin Gallery has been selected as
one of the top 25 galleries in America
and as the best gallery in South Carolina in 2013 and 2014.
Charleston Art Gallery - Mary Martin Gallery selected as one of the top galleries in the nation by American Art Awards
Mary Martin Gallery of Fine Art is one of the notable fine art galleries in the nation. For the past ten years, Mary Martin Gallery has earned a reputation as a trendsetter. The owner and creator, Mary Martin, is passionate about presenting art with integrity and beauty. She has art that is approachable while presenting sophistication on par with the finest galleries in the world. Mary, along with her professional art consultants and management staff, say their purpose is to add a personal touch to the task of viewing and choosing artwork for the home or office, whether indoors or outdoors, private or commercial, sculpture as small maquettes or monuments.
MARY MARTIN GALLERY HAS CURATED THE 14 CONCIERGE ROOMS OF THE VENDUE WITH MUSEUM QUALITY ART. IN ADDITION, WE HAVE CURATED THE ART WORK AT 27 VENDUE RANGE. THE PRIMARY EXHIBIT IS FURNISHED WITH ART FROM SIX GALLERIES IN CHARLESTON.